2014 NAFC Convention Registration will be out
in the next couple months.

Thank you to all that supported the

Details about the 2015 NAFC Championships
will be released as soon as finalized.

We would like to congratulate the winners of our events:

The Under 15 Music Scholarship was held at the
Cleveland Feis on May 25 and the winner was:

Michael Kepler from Pittsburgh

On February 15, 2014 the NAFC Championships
were held in Orlando, Florida.

Gerry Campbell Perpetual Senior Belt was won by
 Nicholas Paulson from the Broesler School

Robert Gabor Junior Trophy was won by
Owen Luebbers from the Broesler School

The George Sweetnam Minor Trophy was won by
Erin Karlok from the Peter Smith School

The 15 & Over Music Scholarship has not yet been held.

Pictures are available under the Championships and the Music Scholarship tabs.

Welcome to the NAFC Website!

Please see updates to the Costume guidelines under
the Costume Guidelines tab.

Congratulations to all of the competitors at the
NAFC Championships and Music Scholarships


2014 NAFC Championships and Music Scholarships' Site
This must appear on all 2014 Syllabi

Gerry Campbell Perpetual Senior Belt
Robert Gabor Junior Trophy
George Sweetnam Minor Trophy

will be held jointly on February 15, 2014
at the Orlando Hilton
Orlando, Florida

Under 15 Music Scholarship
will be held at the 
Cleveland Feis
May 25, 2014

15 and Over Music Scholarship
will be held at the
Portland Feis
October 11, 2014



Congratulations to our 2013 Candidate to the NAFC Hall of Fame.  

Thomas Blake


North American Feis Commission
Member, An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha

Mission Statement:

The North American Feis Commission (N.A.F.C.) is an organization of Feis Managers responsible for the organizing Feiseanna in Canada and the United States.

The primary role of the N.A.F.C. is the development and promotion of Irish Culture, through the medium of Irish Dance and music, as a principal component of the Irish identity.

To provide guidance for establishing and executing a multi-cultural event promoted to advance our Celtic heritage and attract participants and observers.

To promote Irish culture, its evolution, symbolism, appreciation and respect. To encourage study of Irish Culture in North America.

To maintain a close partnership and foster goodwill between An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha and N.A.F.C..

The N.A.F.C. is a non-party political, anti sectarian and anti-racist organization. As such it will continue to value, and prosper from, the enormous voluntary efforts of its members.