Did your grandmother have sayings about the power of fire, water, or the moon? She’d be welcome here! Fortunate we are, that folklore and superstitions remain fixed during many generations. This is definitely true of the Irish. Come along as we find the origin of wishing wells, Banshees, and the secrets of healing herbs imparted to humans from the Faeries. And what would you write as the next limerick rhyme to: “There was a young lady named Molly”?

Maya Magee Sutton graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, triggering her desire to travel and engage with other cultures. Sutton received her PhD from UNM and has dual citizenship with the US and the Republic of Ireland. She has explored all parts of Dublin and Ireland. Sutton was brought up in a mix of US-born parents plus Irish-born relatives.