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    Engaged with its members, that is.

    This year, we’ve ramped our communications with members so that you learn about events and happenings more than ever before.

    Committee Member, Clare Murphy, has launched The Celtic Club Melbourne Podcast.  It’s available through Soundcloud, iTunes and Spotify, and is already proving popular, so you can stay in touch with all things Melbourne Irish on your way to work in the car or on the tram.

    Hospitality continues to be offered at The Celtic Club at Metropolitan in North Melbourne. Operations have been revised to find the right opening hours for our home away from home. Venue manager, Andrew, tells us “3 or 4 nights a week is when we see members and non-members visit for a pint. The taps are flowing well on Fridays especially, and people have been asking for meals again”.

    The Celtic Club has been giving urgent consideration to finding cost effective ways to reopen the Metro’s kitchen.  The plan is to improve the kitchen facilities and provide flexible service options.  We are confident that with the right planning we can make it even better for private functions and Christmas get togethers.

    If you’ve always wanted to get into - or get further into - James Joyce’s classic novel, now’s your chance.
    And where better to start than at the beginning? Join Bloomsday in Melbourne's Joycean experts Frances Devlin-Glass and Steve Carey as we guide you through the first two chapters of the book.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    When: 7th September, 10:00am
    Where: Celtic Club Offices, 420 William Street, West Melbourne.
    Price:  $90 ($80 with concession)

     

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    The ISAANZ invites you to attend a free seminar on 'The Female Hero in Irish Mythology'. This paper examines the hidden stories of the female heroes in Irish mythology, using Aislinge Óenguso: The Dream of Óengus; Tóruigheacht Dhiarmada Agus Ghráinne: The Pursuit of Diarmaid and Gráinne; and Longes mac nUislenn:The Exile of the Sons of Uisliu as examples.

    After the seminar, the speaker usually joins any interested audience members for dinner at a local cafe or hotel.

    When:
    6pm, 27th August
    Where: Oratory at Newman College, Swanston St, Carlton
    Price: Free!


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