Republican News · Thursday 18 November1999

[An Phoblacht]

PUBLIC LECTURE: Annual 26th anniversary of Volunteer Michael McVerry. Friday 19 November, Lite `n Easy, CULLYHANNA, County Armagh. Music by the Sand Men. Adm: 3

 

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: 26th annual Volunteer Michael McVerry commemoration. Assemble 10.45am Sunday 14 November, the Square, CULLYHANNA, County Armagh, and march to chapel for 11.30am Mass and commemoration at graveside. Prominent member of the Republican Movement in attendance

 

PUBLIC MEETING: With Gerry Adams. 8.30pm, Tuesday 16 November, Mosley's on the Charles, 50 Bridge Street/Rte 109, Dedham, MASSACHUSETTS, America. Tickets are $20 and are available at the door. To Benefit Friends of Sinn Féin. More info on (617) 492 5998

 

SF DISCO: Friday 19 November, Baywatch Night-club, Banna Beach Hotel, County Kerry. Adm 3 at door. Organised by the Jack Lawlor Sinn Féin Cumann

 

IRISH NIGHT: Gaelscoileanna Dhálriada presents Athenrye. Saturday 20 November, DUNLOY, County Antrim. Support group Mason's Apron

 

CONFERENCE: The North of Ireland, What Next? A one day conference on the current situation in the North of Ireland. 10am-5pm Saturday 20 November, The Union Club, Pershore Road, BIRMINGHAM, England. Buses 45 & 47 from City Centre. Confirmed Speakers: John MacDonnell MP - Parliamentary Friends of Ireland Group; Mary Nelis, Sinn Féin; Kevin Lawrenson, Newtownbutler Residents Action Group. For further information contact. TOM, PO Box 1032 Birmingham B12 8BZ Tel: 0121 643 7542 / 0121 773 8683 email: TOM@sparkle123.freeserve.co.uk

 

EIRE NUA REPUBLICAN FLUTE BAND: West Belfast 1981-1999. Third annual battle of the bands, boxing gala night and disco. 8pm till late Friday 19 November, Trinity Lodge, BELFAST, County Antrim. Admission 3 pay at door.

Sunday 21 November, annual band parade competition and Volunteer Pearse Jordan memorial quiz and folk group in Trinity Lodge. Band parade starts at the top of Whiterock at 1pm sharp on Sunday

 

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: Annual Volunteer Eddie Carmody commemoration. Assemble 8pm Monday 22 November BALLYLONGFORD, County Kerry. Speaker: SF Cllr Martin Ferris

 

THE IRELAND INSTITUTE. Winter Lecture Series. Refugees and Asylum Seekers: The Challenge to Promote Inclusion. Speakers Philip Watt, National Consultative Committee on Racism and Interculturalism, and Dier Tong, Association of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Ireland. Chaired by Nuala Kelly, ICPO. 7.30pm, Thursday, 25 November, Liberty Hall, DUBLIN.

 

SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES for Environmental Justice. A Citizens' Forum and Celebration in DERRY. Friday 26 November and Saturday 27 November at the Caldach Centre and Sandino's. Prominent speakers throughout. Info at www.sustainableireland.org

 

PUBLIC MEETING: Garvaghy Road Under Siege. 8pm Friday 26 November, Imperial Hotel, South Mall, CORK. Speaker: Breandán Mac Cionnaith. Organised by the Cork Friends of the Garvaghy Road

 

SF BALLAD SESSION: Featuring Borderline. Friday 26 November, Currocloe Tavern, County Wexford. Bar extension. Táille 3

 

RACE NIGHT: 9pm until late Saturday 27 November, GAA Club, CASTLEWELLAN, County Down. Live music. Admission 2

 

REPUBLICAN COMMEMORATION: Annual Kilmichael commemoration. Assemble at Monument 1pm Sunday 28 November, CORK. Speaker: Breandán Mac Cionnaith, Garvaghy Road

 

SF FUNDRAISING FUNCTION: 10pm-2am Thursday 28 November, Pat's Bar, William Street, TULLAMORE, County Offaly. Bar extension. Music by Pluck the Duck. Táille 5. Organised by the Matthew Kane Sinn Féin Cumann

 

OGRA SF EDUCATIONAL: The Struggle Against Racism. 7.30pm Tuesday 30 November, 44 Parnell Square, DUBLIN. Also a video and debate. Speaker: Political Prisoner

 

BENEFIT GIG: Trad night for the family of Larry O'Toole Junior. 9pm Wednesday 1 December, Cobblestone Bar, Smithfield, DUBLIN. Prominent trad musicians in attendance. Tickets 7/5

 

THE IRELAND INSTITUTE. Winter Lecture Series. Planning and Democracy: Communities and control. Speakers: Michael Smith, chair, An Taisce; Marie O'Reilly, chair, North Port Dwellers Resudents Association. Chaired by Geraldine Walsh, Dublin Civic Trust. 7.30pm, Thursday 2 December, Liberty Hall, DUBLIN

 

VOLUNTEER COMMEMORATION: Annual Volunteer Charlie Kerins Commemoration. Assemble 8.30pm Friday 3 December, 1798 Memorial, Denny Street, TRALLEE, County Kerry and proceed to the Charlie Kerins Memorial, Strand Road. Function afterwards in Earl of Desmond Hotel. Music by Tintean, commencing 8.30pm. Adm 2.50. Prominent speaker

 

SINN FEIN Fundraising Dance. Friday, 3 December. Callans on the Bridge, CARRICKMACROSS, County Monaghan. Bar extension. Music by Spirit of Freedom.

 

SF CHRISTMAS BUFFET: 8pm Saturday 4 December, Redmond's H&F Club, CORK. Ballads by Justice. Prominent speaker, special spot prizes. Speaker: Martin Ferris. Táille 10, limited tickets available to book contact Mick Nugent or Don Bullman at SF, 136 Barrack St, Cork, tel 311 389

 

FUNDRAISING FUNCTION: Presents a night to remember with Seán Cannon of the Dubliners and special guests. 8pm Wednesday 8 December, Spittlemore pub, Lower Ford Street, COVENTRY, England. Organised by the Leo O'Reilly Support Group

 

PORTLAOISE PRISON PROTEST: Release all POWs. Assemble 2pm Saturday 11 December, Portlaoise Prison, PORTLAOISE, County Laois. Bus departs Parnell Square, Dublin at 11am. Organised by Ogra Shinn Féin

 

PUBLIC MEETING: Stop Deaths in Police Custody. 7.30pm Wednesday 15 December, Spittlemore pub, Lower Ford Street, COVENTRY, England

 

CONCERT: Féile an Phobail and the Ulster Orchestra present, A Requiem for the Millennium/Eagnairc don Mhilaois. The Sky's the Limit theatre company from Suffolk Day Centre performing `The Orchestra' followed by traditional music from Meanscoil Feirste and will finish with the Ulster Orchestra performing Mozart's Requiem with local choirs Clonard and St Agnes. Tickets on sale at Féile an Phobail office and Clonard Monastery from November 18 at 5 each

 

THE Wolfe Tone Society will be having educationals throughout the winter in Central London on subjects such as the Equality Agenda, GAA and Irish Freedom struggle, Disbanding the RUC and many more subjects. Info from the WTS, BM Box 6191, London WC1N 3XX or tel 0181-442 8778 or E mail on: wts@brosna.demon.co.uk

 

SF BOOK SHOP: The Sinn Féin Shop in Parnell Square, Dublin has now in stock a selection of Republican Books, Crafts, T-Shirts, Badges, posters and CDs/Tapes. Open six days a week 11am-4pm, Mon-Fri, and 10am-5pm on Saturdays

 

SF SHOP: The Sinn Féin Siopa in Monaghan town now has a large selection of leathercraft and other republican items for sale. Tel 82917/Fax 71849

 

Blanchardstown Lotto Nos

11 November. This week's nos 5,18,22. No winner. 5 consolation prizes of 10. John Nolan, c/o Robbie; John Nolan, c/o Robbie; Tony Cullen; Denise Lyons, c/o Mary; Little and Large, c/o Patsy. Next week's jackpot 800.

 

Sth Derry SF Lotto

No jackpot winners. 5 x 10 winners.K McLaughlin, c/o Newbridge; J Breen, c/o Ballinascreen; D Shaw, c/o Magherafelt; J Murray, c/o Maghera; E Stinson. Next week's jackpot 1,000.

 

Tyrone National Graves Association Draw

Ticket Draw Winners: 1 Shea Carlin, Cúchlainn Statuette; 2 Sharon McHugh, Framed Proclamation; 3 Wendy Boyle, Hunger Strike Picture; All Strabane.


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