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Dancers from Murphy's Irish Arts Center adjusting to pandemic with virtual performances

The group has been performing and competing virtually since June.

BEACHWOOD, Ohio — Like many other dance studios, Murphy's Irish Art Center had to shut down for months last year during the pandemic.

After reopening in June, owner Sheila Murphy Crawford adjusted, enforcing COVID-19 safety protocols and implementing virtual performances and competitions.

There will be no performances at the St. Patrick's Day parade this year, but the group is still bringing Irish culture and spirit wherever they dance.

And, if interested, classes start from age 4 to adult.

For more information on Murphy's Irish Art Center, click HERE.

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