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Our next public meeting in the Foxrock Church Pastoral Centre is on TUESDAY JANUARY 21st 2020


Women in the Irish Revolution

By Sinead McCoole

Spies, snipers, couriers, gun runners, medics – women played a major role in the fight for Ireland’s freedom. Sinead will talk of the characters, personalities and courage of Ireland’s revolutionary women. This revolutionary period was a time when vast numbers of Irish women were politicised and imprisoned for their beliefs, with a special emphasis on one prison, Kilmainham Gaol.

SHORT TALK –Early Society in South County Dublin

By Brian MacAongusa

Traces of a vibrant society in the early part of recorded history can be found in the monuments, churches, records from old Annals listing the early Gaelic clans and invaders in the local area. Brian has carried out extensive research on the early society that were in the area and you can be sure of a most informative and entertaining talk. 


All our meetings are held in the Foxrock Pastoral Centre, which is at the junction of the N11 and Kill Lane. We meet on the third Tuesday of every month between September and May. The meetings start at 20:00 and firstly is a short talk of 20 to 25 mins. this is then followed by the main talk. After the talks there is an opportunity for questions and answers. Then after the vote of thanks, tea and biscuits are served and you can get a chance to meet the speakers and ask questions you may have.

Admission for members is Free.

Admission for Non- Members is EUR 5.00


MEMBERSHIP – Our Annual Membership is EUR 25.00 and this covers free admission to our eight meetings in the year ( Admission is EUR 5.00  for non-members per meeting). Members also get first choice on our annual outing.  Membership  year is from January to December