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Five Irish Dancers from Rince Nua competing in Ireland this Spring

2017 Irish Open & World Qualifiers to host Spaghetti Dinner with Irish Step Dancing Rince Nua Dancers: Ruby, Kori, Genevieve, Irelandrose, and Libby, will be competing in Ireland this spring at the Irish Open Championships in Dublin and the World Irish Dance Championships in Killarney. The dancers are hosting a Spaghetti Dinner from 11:00am-2:00pm on May 20th at…

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Rince Nua dancers receive awards in both solo and team competitions at the North American Irish Dance Championships in Orlando

Team Rince Nua captured second place in the Under 15 Freestyle Championship at the CRN North American Irish Dance Championships held Feb 18-20 in Orlando, Florida, qualifying them for the World Irish Dance Championships in Killarney, Ireland in June 2017. Rince Nua also achieved fourth place in the U16 Ceili Championship, where they danced a traditional…

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Rince Nua dancers to compete at the North American Irish Dance Championships

Rince Nua sending sixteen soloists and two teams to the North American Irish Dance Championships in Orlando, Florida next weekend. The 2017 CRN North American Irish Dance Championships is being held in Orlando, FL next weekend. This three-day competition from February 18-20 is one of the three major events hosted by CRN (Cumann Rince Naisiunta). Other major…

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Irish Dancer organizes Toys for Tots collection at Rince Nua

Irelandrose Langer, a World Champion Irish Dancer and junior at St. Michael-Albertville High School, organized a Toys for Tots collection at Rince Nua Irish Dance in Maple Grove for the second year.  The drive collected over 140 toys under the Rince Nua tree. Donations were presented to the KARE 11 Toys for Tots drive on Saturday, December 10th on the…

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Rince Nua entertains audiences at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Rince Nua performed a total of eight shows on the Pavillion Stage at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival during the “Shamrocks and Shenanigans” themed weekend, held September 24-25, 2016. The Minnesota Renaissance Festival is held in Shakopee, Minnesota, and it is the largest Renaissance Festival in the United States with an annual attendance of 300,000. This is Rince Nua’s first year…

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Rince Nua performs at the Irish Fair of Minnesota

Rince Nua performed twice in the Dance Tent at the Irish Fair of Minnesota on Saturday, August 13, 2016. Over eighty Rince Nua dancers participated, ranging in age from three through adult. The Irish Fair of Minnesota is the Nations largest free Irish fair and is held on Harriet Island in Saint Paul. This is…

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Beginner Irish Dance skills class starts August 23rd

Beginner Irish Dance Skills 6 week session For new and continuing students at the beginner level.   Class Details: Ages: 7-10 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:00-6:30pm Dates: August 23, 30, Sept 6, 13, 20, 27 Session Tuition: $90 – All registered dancers receive a complimentary pair of Irish dance “bubble” socks  – New students receive 50% off a pair…

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Irelandrose Langer attends Riverdance summer school

Rince Nua dancer, Irelandrose Langer, attended the Riverdance summer school program at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland held July 25-30, 2016 after applying and being accepted into the program earlier in the year. The week at Trinity College provided Irelandrose with the opportunity to train under the Riverdance cast and learn a few of the famous…

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Rince Nua performs at International Festival

Rince Nua performed at the 2016 International Festival of Burnsville on Saturday, July 16th. The groups performance will be aired Tuesday, July 19 at 10 a.m., 4 pm. and 10 p.m. on BCTV Ch. 14 or online at www.burnsville.tv/live. For additional playback times visit www.burnsville.tv.

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Rince Nua’s Freestyle Team receives 6th place at the World Irish Dance Championships

Congratulations to Rince Nua’s Freestyle team (Nicole Sinnen, Irelandrose Langer, Ellie Kinney, and Libby Simpson) on a successful showing of their freestyle dance “Eye of the Storm” at the 2016 World Irish Dance Championships in Castlebar, Ireland.  The team was awarded 6th place in the Over 15 age category! This is Rince Nua’s third year…

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