Join us for the
Detroit International Feis
Saturday June 1, 2013
Registration is available NOW on Feisworx
(late fee in effect for registrations received after 5/15)
We are planning an exciting feis again this year. Here are some of the events planned:
867 South Blvd.
Pontiac, MI 48341
• Check-in: Fri May 31, 2013
• Check-out: Sat Jun 01, 2013
• Special rate available until: Sat May 18, 2013 (EXTENDED TO 5/26)
RESIDENCE INN DETROIT PONTIAC/AUBURN HILLS
LIMITED AVAILABILITY AS OF 5/20
Studio Suite $91.00 per night
Book Studio Suite at Residence Inn Detroit Pontiac/Auburn Hills for $91.00 per night
COURTYARD DETROIT PONTIAC/BLOOMFIELD
10 more rooms added to block on 5/20. If the link doesn't work, call the hotel directly at 248-858-9595.
Double Bed Standard Room $81.00 per night
Book Double Bedded Room at Courtyard Detroit Pontiac/Bloomfield for $81.00 per night
2013 NAFC CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS
The Gerry Campbell Perpetual Senior Belt
The Robert Gabor Perpetual Junior Trophy
The George Sweetnam Perpetual Minor Trophy
NAFC Under 15 Music Scholarship Competition
NAFC 15 & Over Music Scholarship Competition
were held jointly February 16, 2013 in Orlando, Florida
Detroit International Feis
Last updated May 2010
The Detroit International Feis (DIF) is a non-profit, family-oriented organization that sponsors an annual competition event for Irish dance, music and arts, which is open to the public. This web site is designed to assist competitor entries for that event and to provide information to the public on the DIF and its activities.
Providing information to the Feis is strictly voluntary. However, to compete in any event all persons must be registered in accordance with Feis rules. In particular, a competitor (or parent or guardian on a minor competitor's behalf) must provide specific information to us for Feis operation. It will be used to identify competitors and to assign them to the proper events based on age, skill, gender and requested preferences. It will also assist the Entry Secretary in correcting errors or omissions and in responding to questions or entry problems. In addition, contact information may be used by the Feis to notify participants or the following year's competition offerings and venue.
We welcome entries from all competitors who are qualified according to the rules, without regard to race, color, creed, gender or national origin.
Failure to provide all of the requested information may result in elimination from particular events or cancellation of a competitor's registration. The Feis, through its Entry Secretary, will attempt to assist and accommodate all qualified entrants and will advise on the rules for the Feis. However, it is incumbent upon a registrant to provide the requested information if he or she wishes to participate in any Feis event.
Please assist us in providing the proper opportunity for you or your child to perform.
It is the responsibility of each entrant (or parent or guardian, as appropriate) to provide correct information to the Feis. The accuracy of such items as name, date of birth, An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha certified dance school and prior awards is accepted on the honor system, as we do not generally verify them. However, if it comes to the attention of the Feis that important facts about a competitor have been falsified, there is a rule that requires disqualification of that competitor from our Feis and all North American Feis Commission (NAFC) sponsored competitions for a period of one year.
We welcome contacts from registrants to correct any information that they provided (e.g., new home or email address, cancellation of registration, changes in competition eligibility) as needed.
Release of Information
Personal information received from competitors (and/or their parents or guardians) is to be used by the DIF officers and staff to effectively administer the Feis including in the application of its rules. It will not be shared with outside parties except that the Feis may release the following:
1. The names of competitors, their dance schools and the events for which they are registered (in a Feis program and/or on our website.)
2. The names of winners, their dance schools and the events that they won (including through news releases and on our website.)
3. Identification information on competitors disqualified for serious rule violations to the NAFC and other Feiseanna.
4. The names of competitors, the events for which they registered or competed, and the results of their performances to their An Coimisiun certified (TMRF/TCRG/ADCRG)
We respect the right to privacy for you and your children and will continue to provide a family- friendly opportunity that allows everyone to enjoy traditional Irish dance, music and arts competitions.
If you have any questions about the protection or release of information on you (or your minor child) please contact the Feis Entry Secretary via the DIF website www.FeisDetroit.com.