2024 Charitable Irish Society Dinner
Calling all lovers of music, laughter, and the luck of the Irish! Brace yourselves for an extraordinary evening that will tantalize your taste buds, leave you breathless with laughter, and fill your heart with the mesmerizing melodies of Irish music. Get ready to experience the Charitable Irish St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, an event like no other!
You will be entertained by the electrifying talents of Evans & Doherty, a dynamic duo that will have you tapping your feet, clapping your hands, and singing along to their unforgettable tunes. With their mesmerizing voices and expertly played instruments, they will take you on a journey through the rich tapestry of Irish music, leaving you spellbound and yearning for more.
Join us for an evening of delectable feasting, toe-tapping melodies, and the warmth of Irish camaraderie. Get ready to create memories that will stay with you long after the last notes fade away. Get your tickets for the Charitable Irish St. Patrick’s Day Dinner today!
Date: March 15, 2024
Location: Westin Nova Scotian, 1181 Hollis Street
Time: 6:00 pm
Registration: Eventbrite Page
Past event: Easter Uprising 100 year Commemorative Plaque
On April 28, 2016, at the site of The Celtic Cross, members of the Charitable Irish Society of Halifax, along with Mayor Mike Savage and Dr. Ray Bassett, Irish Ambassador to Canada, unveiled The Centenary Mosaic recognizing the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Uprising. Joining them are Cornelius McGuinness, the artist who created the mosaic and Sean Brownlow, the Society’s President.
The mosaic is an Easter Lily, the Irish symbol of Insurrection and Remembrance. The colours of the Lily are those of the tricolour, surrounded in gold. The dates are depicted in red to portray A Terrible Beauty and longevity since. Lastly, the Celtic knots in the four corners symbolize the Four Green Fields of Ireland.
The Society holds regular quarterly meetings and celebrates the Festival of Saint Patrick each March 17th.
In the past, this celebration has been a Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner; in earlier days, a parade and church service.
The method of annual celebration is entrusted each year to the Executive of the Society.