- G.H.Q. Vaughans Hotel, 29 Parnell Sq. and Granby Row, Dublin
The Irish and Fenian Republican Brotherhood will hold their 101st Commemoration of their 1916 Rising on Easter Monday, the 17th of April 2017.
The I.R.B. will meet at 11 am sharp at G.H.Q. Vaughans Hotel, 29 Parnell Sq. and Granby Row, Dublin where the State, the Sovereign Republic of Éire, was founded and funded by the I.R.B. on the 21st of January 1919 by the wish and will of the people of the All Ireland general election of the 14th of December 1918.
They will proceed to the G.P.O. O'Connell St. where they will read their 1916 Proclamation and their Sovereign Constitution, the foundation documents of the State and elevate their Tri-colour flag. The President of the I.R.B. William James McGuire will address the crowd commemorating their esteemed members and organisations who planned and participated in the Rising.
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- Hibernian Hotel, Mallow
Seminar on Freedom and Sovereignty in Mallow
Venue Hibernian Hotel Mallow
Date SAT 18TH MARCH
WIlliam J Maguire - 1919 Sovereign Constitution
Dr. Séamus Ó Súilleabhá - Irish Political History
Paul Beirne - Banking
Brian Mc Carthy - Irish Court System & its application to Mortgage Debt
Pat Murphy - The sale of our natural resources
All Welcome If you need help with Mortgage Debt - This seminar is a must.
- Mansion House, Dawson St, Dublin 2
The annual Turning the Seal will take place in Mansion House, Dawson St, Dublin 2 on Saturday, 21st of January 2017 at 11AM.Details
Celebrate Ireland's Independence Day this Saturday the 21st January with the Irish Republican Brotherhood at the Mansion House Dublin. The Turning of the Sovereign Seal of Dáil éireann on the 98th anniversary of the declaration of independence. Assemble 10.45 am for 11.00 am start.
- 36 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1
Club na Muíinteoirí
Presentation: The meaning of the Harp and why it is our National Emblem.
Join us on Parnell Square in the Teachers Club, for a very special presentation on the meaning of the Harp and why we are the only Nation in the world to have a musical instrument as a national emblem. Guest speakers, harpists, recitals and bardic traditions.
Keynote speakers and experts will be sharing an evening of fascinating insights into the historical, cultural, spiritual and aesthetic aspects of the harp. These experts and keynote speakers will be in attendance and presenting all evening, there will also be a variety of exhibits, displays, documents and fascinating installations.