An Albany, N.Y., area resident who wanted to learn to play the bagpipes, learn traditional Irish or Scottish dance, or just get in touch with his or her Celtic heritage could pop on over to the Capital District Celtic Cultural Association for classes. Up until six months ago, that is.

The association lost its lease and is looking for a new home — and, more importantly, is looking for financing through the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York.

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