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Paddy Reilly Tribute


On Sunday
May 4th
I
n the presence of the Reilly family and many friends and supporters we dedicated our main hall to our beloved

Co-Founder

Paddy Reilly

(1937 - 2013)


From this day on

The

Paddy Reilly

Community Hall

will serve as a

constant reminder
of Paddy Reilly’s
legacy and the importance
of community, for the
many generations
yet to arrive off the
boat with the same hopes
and dreams Paddy had
so many years ago
when he himself first
arrived from Ireland.


The
New York Irish Center is forever in his debt

The 1916 Proclamation: The American Connections




Professor Ruan O'Donnell
6:30 PM Tuesday, August 5th



hosted by:
New York Irish Center

1040 Jackson Avenue,
LIC (Queens), NY 11101
One Stop, 5 Minutes on the
7 train from Grand Central.

RSVP to Conor Duffy only-
conor.c.duffy@gmail.com
 

FREE EVENT:
DONATIONS TO NYIC ACCEPTED
 

Dr. Ruan O'Donnell is a Senior Lecturer in Irish History at the University of Limerick, Ireland. He is a graduate of University College Dublin and the Australian National University. O'Donnell has written extensively on the history of Irish republicanism from the time of the United Irishmen to the Good Friday Agreement. His most recent book, 'Special Category, The IRA in English prisons, 1968-1978' (IAP), is an academic bestseller. Two further volumes will be published in 2015. O'Donnell is also Co-Series Editor of the acclaimed '16 Lives' project for O'Brien Press which has thrown new light on Ireland's early Twentieth century revolutionary period. A member of the National Union of Journalists, O'Donnell is a frequent contributor to the print and broadcast media. He lives in Limerick with his wife Maeve and children Ruairi, Fiachra, Cormac and Saoirse.
August Movie Night


“A modern
Irish Comedy”



(2013)

plus a short
Nietsche No. 5


Friday, August 15

Doors 7.30pm

Granny O'Grimm Still 2
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