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November 8
Book Launch
Daniel O'Connell' Pub
1211 Wellington St.

6:00 to 8:00 pm

Kevin Dooley's new book A Dog's Breakfast

A character driven novel layered in racial memory and the surreal. Set in conflict and saga in Vancouver and beyond.

Information: kevindooleyauthor.blogspot.ca/

November 29
Christmas Tea at the Irish Ambassador's Residence

Admission $30 - see any member of the board for tickets/details

For more information

March 11 - 19

Ottawa Irish Festival

March 11

March 13

March 15

March 17

March 19

Proclamation of Ottawa Irish Festival

Live Celtic music and breakfast
Saint Brigid's Centre for the Arts
310 St. Patrick Street at Cumberland Street

Adults $6.00 and children $4.00

Info: www.stbrigidscentre.ca

Author's Day
Sponsored by the Irish Seniors Drop-In Centre

More details to follow.

Irish Night at the Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa Senators Vs Minnesota Wild
Tickets for the Ledge include the game, dinner, unlimited salad bar, private bar and washroom at
Gallery level. Complete and send in the form for tickets while they last.

St Brigid's Centre for the Arts St Patrick's luncheon

34th annual St Patrick's Parade & Party
Starts at 11:00 AM from the corner of Elgin Street and Laurier Avenue West, moves westward to Bank Street then south on Bank Street to Lansdowne Park.

150 volunteers needed for traffic control.
Contact a board member if you can help.

The Ottawa Food Bank will be picking up non-perishable food items and cash donations.
Parade Party hosted by Beau's All Natural Brewing Companyheld at Aberdeen Pavillion, Lansdowne Park.

Also check out our ongoing Irish Society events

Seniors' Drop-In Centre Events

The Drop-In Centre has moved to St. George's Church Parish Hall
415 Piccadilly Avenue off Wellington Street one block east of Island Park Drive.

The gatherings start at 11 am every Tuesday.
Ample parking available and everyone is welcome.

Irish Community Events

January 2016 Thompson Tir-Na-nOg by Gerald McNamara
Academic Hall
University of Ottawa
135 Séraphin-Marion Private, Ottawa

A Satirical Trial in the Land of the Everliving. There is trouble in paradise. Thompson, an Orangeman, is accidently blown up by his own gun. He wakes up in Tir-na-nOg, the land of Gaelic mythical heroes. His trial reveals prejudice and misunderstanding – and all are guilty.

For more information: Tara Players of Ottawa | Irish Theatre in Canada's Capital

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