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Membership Renewal

With your support, the Irish Club of Regina Executive are looking forward to providing more events and occasions to celebrate our Irish Culture in the year to come.
The membership fees you are required to pay as a member in good standing go towards various administration costs ie. website, event insurance and miscellaneous fees which may include room rental for AGM.  They also help towards hosting events such as the annual barbecue, Pub Quiz Nights, Christmas party, etc.
Your membership fees are due by July 31 2018
A receipt will be emailed to you when payment is received.
Thank you in advance for your continuing support!

Annual BBQ RSVP

Come on out to our annual barbecue and enjoy some good grilling, tasty treats and fun games!!!!

RSVP with the number attending

Sunday June 10, 4:30pm

Regina Senior’s Citizen Centre

2404 Elphinstone St.

come rain or shine!

Please bring a salad or dessert, all other food and drink will be provided. Also bring any picnic games you may have and a jam session is always enjoyed if you want to bring your instruments!!!!

Hosted by Your ICR Executive

No Irish Pavilion? No problem!

We are happy to announce that the Scottish Pavilion, on behalf of the entertainment committee have invited dancers that are registered members of the Irish Club of Regina to dance one 15 minute set before 7pm each day at the Scottish Pavilion! We would like to thank the Scottish Pavilion for the wonderful opportunity to share our love for Celtic culture. Stay tuned for further details. Our very own Irish Club of Regina Dancers will also be participating in the 10th annual Bringing a Little Mosaic to You put on by the RMC. 

Their tentative Schedule where you can catch a free performance:

May 2nd6:30pm William Booth Care Home
May 9th7:00 pm Olive Branch Care Home
May 14th6:30pm Campbell Care Home
May 23rd6:30pm McMurchy Care Home

 

48th annual World Irish Dancing Championships in Glasgow

The Royal Concert Hall hosted more than 14,500 dancers and supporters who travelled from as far as the USA, Russia and Japan this past Easter weekend. The event, organised by An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha began March 24th and ended April 1st. The event is seen as the’Olympics’ of Irish dance, a prestigious event where elite dancers from every corner of the globe converged in Glasgow and battled it out to become “Champions of the World”. Here is how Canada did! (Saskatchewan schools belong to the Western Region). Special congratulations to Blakey O’Brien, Brady, De Danaan, Knock, Mattierin, Steel, Stewart,Watt for representing Western Canada at the Worlds.

For complete and official results please visit: http://www.feisresults.com


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