Mosaic Festival 2014 has concluded. A huge thank to everyone who attended, volunteered, and performed at the Irish Pavilion. See you next year!
2013-2014 Executive Committee
Congratulations to the new executive committee of the Irish Club of Regina:
President: Alice MacDougall
Vice President: Marie Matheson
Treasurer: Gail Kruger
Secretary: Katrina Hognerud
Member at Large: June Carter, Kathy Fines, Kellie Greene, Bruce McLeod, Joe Morkan, Laura Popoff, Chuck Steen, Bev O'Shea
Regina Gaels GAA - Championship Win
A big congratulations goes out to the Regina Gaels GAA for winning the Junior Men's division of the 2013 Western Canadian Gaelic Football Championships! Click here for the final match report to see just how the game unfolded.
Regina Gaels - Gaelic Football
Regina's new Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is proud to announce the start of their Gaelic Football training program for adult men!
The first training session for adult men will be on Monday, April 15th at 8:00pm at the Caledonian Curling Club (indoors) - 2225 Sandra Schmirler Way (beside the airport). There is a $5 charge to cover basic costs, and participants should bring proper indoor fitness gear. Changing/showering facilities are available.
If there are any questions, please contact Peter McGloin (Secretary of the Regina Gaels GAA) at email@example.com or (306) 209-8779.
Irish Club Memberships
Memberships are $15 for single and $20 for family/household. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Learn more about the Irish Club!
The Irish Club of Regina is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting and supporting Irish culture within Regina and area. We currently support a Irish Dance group, a Book Club, and more.
To become a member, please contact us! Membership entitles you to receive our quarterly newsletter - Irish Notes - and allows you to take part in our Irish Dance programs and club events.
Why become a member of the Irish Club of Regina? If you enjoy Irish culture in any of its many forms, the Irish Club is the place to find it. Music, dance, literature, céilís, sport and traditional Irish handwork are all workshops that we hope to be able to offer our members if enough interest is generated. We need interested, active members in our Club in order to continue providing these events.