Ceili at the Crossroads, a trio of local women who perform traditional Irish steps, danced Saturday with FullSet, a band from Ireland. Kiera O’Boyle (from left), Lauren Peters and Kiernan Markey were on the Kansas City Irish Fest stage.<252><137>Ceili at the Crossroads, a trio of local women that performs traditional Irish steps, danced Saturday with FullSet, a band from Ireland that plays traditional music. Kiera O’Boyle (from left), Lauren Peters and Kiernan Markey were on the Kansas City Irish Fest stage.<252><137>
Ceili at the Crossroads, a trio of local women who perform traditional Irish steps, danced Saturday with FullSet, a band from Ireland. Kiera O’Boyle (from left), Lauren Peters and Kiernan Markey were on the Kansas City Irish Fest stage.<252><137>Ceili at the Crossroads, a trio of local women that performs traditional Irish steps, danced Saturday with FullSet, a band from Ireland that plays traditional music. Kiera O’Boyle (from left), Lauren Peters and Kiernan Markey were on the Kansas City Irish Fest stage.<252><137> RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Ceili at the Crossroads, a trio of local women who perform traditional Irish steps, danced Saturday with FullSet, a band from Ireland. Kiera O’Boyle (from left), Lauren Peters and Kiernan Markey were on the Kansas City Irish Fest stage.<252><137>Ceili at the Crossroads, a trio of local women that performs traditional Irish steps, danced Saturday with FullSet, a band from Ireland that plays traditional music. Kiera O’Boyle (from left), Lauren Peters and Kiernan Markey were on the Kansas City Irish Fest stage.<252><137> RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

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