Local Irish Dancers Win at World’s

Step into Rince Nua Irish Dance studio in Maple Grove and the energy is palpable. On this wooden floor, dancers of all ages come to learn the intricate, centuries-old steps of Irish dance. Five young women trained and eventually went on to earn their own pot of gold: a perfect score at the 2015 World Open Irish Dance Championships in Castlebar, Ireland. Rince Nua (which means “new dance”) thus became the first American school to win in the Rince Ceol category. Read more about Local Irish Dancers Win at World’s

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