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Irish Sounds at New World 

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For nighttime revelers the Wearin’ of the Green is the big theme this month, a storyline that weaves its way through much of the music schedule at food and libations mecca nonpareil New World Home Cooking. In addition to the eatery’s weekly traditional Monday Irish and Celtic jam nights (March 7, 14, 21, and 28), the calendar also features the likes of Irish specialty outfit Splatter the Mud on Saint Patrick’s Day (March 17). Top o’ the evening, then. (The Kingston Sea Shanty Singers drop anchor March 9; Mambo Kikongo sprinkles the Latin and Afro-Cuban spice March 25.) 7:30pm. Free. Saugerties.
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