Membership

The Emerald Isle Club is a community ranging in age from a few weeks to over eight decades. In true Irish tradition, our values center on family and friends; we love to sing, dance, laugh, tell stories and generally have a good time. Visit our events and Céilí pages to get a feel for what our club is all about.

Our members have a wide range of interests beyond our monthly Céilí that includes ancestry, travel, language, and much more. We believe there will be something to interest almost everyone. We welcome you to come out and join our growing community.

JOIN THE CLUB

Membership Fee

  • Individuals = $25.00 per person
  • Family = Includes 2 adults & all children under 18 in the household = $40.00
  • Additional Adults Living at the Same Address = $15 per person
  • Seniors 65 Years+ = $10.00 per person
  • Clergy = $0
    Priests, brothers & sisters are exempt from dues. The annual membership form must be submitted yearly to keep membership records up to date.

Interactive Form

Click below to download the application. Submit the form via:

Join at a Céilí = Membership applications are available at the monthly Céilí. Fill out, submit with payment to the reception desk.

Mail = Print the form. Mail the form with payment.

EmailSave the form, fill out the interactive PDF, and email to:

EICMember@EmeraldIsleClub.com 

Payment

Email complete application and click below for online payment.

OR

Mail completed application and check to:

Emerald Isle Club, Inc.
PO Box 20068
Towson, MD 21284

MEMBER BENEFITS

Irish Music and Dance

Céilís (pronounced kay-lees) have a long tradition as a place for friends to gather for fun, fellowship and lots of dancing. The Irish carried this tradition of social dances with them as they spread around the world. Here in the US, it was the inspiration for both our line dancing and our square dancing. The EIC includes both styles in our popular monthly Céilís. Live music, an experienced caller, and friendly, seasoned dancers will be there to help you get started.

St. Patrick’s Parade

The St. Patrick’s Parade has been referred to as “The Jewel in Maryland’s Emerald Crown”, and the EIC has always been a part of it! Join us as we march down Charles Street to celebrate our Irish heritage.

Irish Festival

Second only to the Parade is the Maryland Irish Festival, hosted in mid-November by Irish Charities of Maryland (ICM). The Festival is a weekend immersion in Irish culture and the EIC has been a part of it for more than 30 years. Our booth is known for its coffee, tea, Irish coffee, scones and soda bread. Volunteers have the opportunity to see friends and enjoy live Irish music. All profits are donated to local charities.

Memorial Mass

The annual Memorial Mass is an Emerald Isle Club treasured tradition. This liturgy commemorates friends and family members who died in the previous year with a special service to honor their names.

Give Back

Support Irish charities and local Irish causes.

An Cuairteoir (The Visitor)

Keep informed of the Irish news and local Irish activities and events with our monthly newsletter.

EVENTS

Annual Memorial Mass

Annual Memorial Mass

November 7, 2021  Please join us in a liturgy to commemorate club members, friends, and family members who died in the previous year. Time 2 pm - 3:30pm Location St Pius X Church 6428 York Rd Baltimore, MD 21212 The service will be live-streamed for those who cannot...

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Céilí – January – STATUS TBD

Céilí – January – STATUS TBD

CHECK FOR UPDATE ON JANUARY CEILI IN MID-DECEMBER. January 8, 2022 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM. Admission Includes: Live music, dance instruction, beer, soda, pretzels & chips. Participants are asked to bring a baked good or dessert to share. Wine is allowed, but liquor is...

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Céilí – February – STATUS TBD

Céilí – February – STATUS TBD

CHECK WEBSITE FOR STATUS February 5, 2022 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Admission Includes: Live music, dance instruction, beer, soda, pretzels & chips. Participants are asked to bring a baked good or dessert to share. Wine is allowed, but liquor is not permitted. NOTE: NO...

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