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O'Donovan Rossa centenary celebrations

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History Ireland Hedge School coming to Reenascreena

As part of the official O'Donovan Rossa Centenary celebrations a History Ireland Hedge School focussing on Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa: his life and afterlife will take place in the car park of O'Driscoll's Bar, Reenascreena at 7:30pm on Saturday 11 July 2015.   Led by Hedge School master Tommy Graham, with historians Leeann Lane, Judith Campbell Conor

All Will Be Revealed: Reenascreena Friday 3rd July @ 7:30pm.

The casket, which carried the coffin of Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa back from New York to Ireland for burial, has been stored in Reenascreena Village for over 50 years. Now, following its re-furbishment, it will be put on public display adjacent to O’Driscoll’s Pub. Members of the O’Driscoll Family will be in attendance. (Rossa’s mother

School Year Draws to a Close.

Life is hectic at Scoil Náisúnta Rae na Scríne as the school year draws to a close. On Monday 15th June pupils and parents climbed Carrifadda Hill with Calvin Jones as a guide. He helped them to identify plants, trees, mini-beasts and birds. From the top pupils kept a watchful eye on whose silage was

Remembering the Lusitania and Julia O’Neill

TUESDAY, MAY 12TH, 2015...10:07 AM Remembering the Lusitania and Julia O’Neill On May 7th we celebrated the centenary of the sinking of the RMS Lusitania. We dressed up in costumes from the era, we researched in depth the famous cruise ship. We discovered that a past pupil of Scoil Naisiunta Rae na Scrine, Julia O’Neill, was

Kilbrittain History Group on Tour

Last night June 12th a group of approximately 30 people visited Reenascreena to see sites associated with O'Donovan Rossa. Afterwards they enjoyed an informative talk and rendition of Págraig Pearse's graveside oration by Con O'Callaghan in O'Driscoll's Bar. Bhí an-óiche ag

Official Reenascreena O’Donovan Rossa Programme of Events

The programme below details the events scheduled to take place in Reenascreena as part of the upcoming O'Donovan Rossa Centenary commemoration. Dáta (2015) CLÁR Friday 3rd July 7:30  Re-dedication of O’Donovan Rossa Monument This was originally erected in 1969 8:00  Unveiling of O’Donovan Rossa Casket. The case in which Rossa’s coffin was transported to Ireland in 1915 9:00  Launch of Shane Kenna’s  Books 1. New

Fund Raising

We are continuing with our fund raising efforts.Every euro will help to make our Centenary Celebrations a success. Contributions can be made directly to Jean Dignan or John Joe O'Driscoll. These can also be made to our bank account: Bank of Ireland, Clonakilty, Co Cork Account Name: REENASCREENA: O’Donovan Rossa Committee. Sort Code: 90-26-10 Account No: 94198440 BIC: BOFIIE2D IBAN:

Update on progress

Preparations are moving along steadily for the events taking place in Reenascreena Village in July to celebrate the centenary of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa (1831-1915) Restoration of the casket is complete and work on the display area is in progress. Preparations for the various events are advancing and a clean-up and enhancement of the village is underway.

Lets put our shoulders to the wheel!

O'Donovan Rossa Centenary meeting Wed 27th at 8:30 in local community hall. Time is moving on, we have a good line-up of events for July. Let's put our shoulders to the wheel, your community needs you. Fáilte roimh gach

Míle Buíochas

Míle Buíochas to all who supported our pub quiz last Friday night, a great turn-out. Ní neart go cuir le
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