Dó Cairde School of Irish Dance
Middletown, DE and West Chester, PA Irish Dance School
Dó Cairde (pronounced doe car-jah) is gaelic for "two friends". Maureen Frail and Kathy Hanley, ADCRG encourage the students to enjoy and understand the art and culture of Irish Dancing. They believe that while dancing can be competitive, it should also instill a sense of teamwork and the ability to learn from mistakes. Maureen and Kathy hope that the students of Dó Cairde will develop friendships that will last a lifetime.
Please email the school for class availability, or if you are interested in having Irish dancers provide entertainment for your wedding or other special event.
Last Updated: 2/28/2017
Click here for the 2017 St. Patrick's Day West Chester Show List and Middletown Show List!
The 2017 Wilmington St. Patrick's Day Parade will be held on Saturday, March 11 at 12 Noon. Please be at our school meeting place (the parking lot at 2nd and King) at 11am. Click here for a map of the meeting location and parade route.
Lots of photos have been added to our Do Cairde School Parents Facebook Group! Click here to request to join. It's a great place to ask questions of the more "seasoned" parents about feis registration, what to expect, upcoming events, etc.