Burnsville /ˈbɜːrnzvᵻl/ is a city 15 miles (24 km) south of downtown
Minneapolis in Dakota ... Originally a rural Irish farming community, Burnsville
became the tenth largest ci...
Best Irish Pub in Burnsville, MN - O'Gara's Irish Pub, Morrissey's Irish Pub,
Cooper Pub & Restaurant, Emmett's Public House, Kips Irish Pub, O'Malley's Irish
Annual mid-August Irish fair in St. Paul, with music, dance, Irish culture activities,
a 5K run.
We are located at 7083 153rd Street West in Apple Valley, MN 55124. ... We've
adopted the Irish Trinity Knot, or Triquetra, as a symbol of what we stand for.
About: "Michael Londra is one of Ireland's top tenors, having made unique
contributions of major significance to Celtic music. ... Burnsville, MN 55337
Minnesota River wildlife is protected by the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife
Refuge. Originally a rural Irish farming community, Burnsville became the tenth ...
Welcome! We are an all-volunteer group dedicated to telling Burnsville's story in
a way that engages folks of all ages. You are invited to help. Perhaps you have ...
Histories of the Dakota County Irish logo ... Michael G.(1842-1912) Mary Garvey (
1883) St. John's Burnsville MN Matthew (1845-1928) Jane McQuestion (1877)
Traditional Irish Stew $16.95. Chicken Curry $16.95. Chicken Pot Pie $15.95.
Finnegan's Fry (Fish & Chips) $14.75. O'D's Burger $10.75. Shepherd's Pie
Construction in Burnsville, MN. Recently Completed ... The name Burnsville is
attributed to an early Irish settler and land owner, William Byrne. His surname