O,Donovan rossa celebrations draw to a close in Reenascreena

Munster Re-enactment Group stage attach on RIC Barracks with locals as stand-ins. 11/7/15 Irish Volunteers Display at Scoil Náisiúnta Rae na Scríne 11/7/15   The Boldest Fenian Men By Skibb Players at Reenascreena Cross 19/7/15. Platform Dancing followed.         Reenascreena supports Polish solidarity in Skibb march 24/7/15. A big Thank You to all who helped make the Reenascreena O'Donovan Rossa

Óiche Gaeilge i Rae na Scríne: Mon 27th July

An Luan  27th Mí Iúil :timpeall 8:30. Tógadh O'Donnabháin Rosa i dteaghlach lán-Gaelach i Rae na Scríne. Da bharr sin, bhí an-mheas aige leis a theanga dhúchas i rith a shaol fhada. Beidh ceol traidisiúnta, amhráin, cómhrá agus craic ar siúl i dTigh Tabhairne Uí Drisceoil. Bí ann agus can cúpla amhráin linn. Cuimhnigh ar O'Donnabháin

Drama/ Ceol/ Set Dancing Sunday 19th July

In Reenascreena Community Hall (change of venue due to poor weather forecast) Sunday 19th July 19th 3 o'clock SHARP. The Boldest Fenian Man / Ceol Tradisiúnta/ Songs/Step Dancing/ Rosscarbery Scór Drama about O'Donovan Rossa/ Followed by set dancing. Fáilte roimh gach duine. Bí ann gan

Step into history in Reenascreena on Saturday 11th July

We've got a fantastic day of living history planned for Saturday 11th July in Reenascreena as part of our O'Donovan Rossa Centenary Commemoration Programme. Why not come along and join the fun? 2-6pm: Commemorating the volunteers of 1913-1922 (Reenascreena National School) The I.V.C.O. holds exhibitions, lectures and displays throughout Ireland, showing the artefacts and telling the story

Thunder rolls as Casket is Unveiled

Dr Shane Kenna's address at the opening event for the Reenascreena O'Donovan Rossa Centenary Celebrations was appreciated by an attentive audience.The weather lent an appropriatly dramatic effect to the occasion, highlighted by a roll of thunder as Michael O'Sullivan's oration marked the unveiling of the refurbished casket in it's new, purpose built, home beside

Míle Buíochas for all your support

Míle Buíochas to all our Patrons &Anyone who helped in any way with this project Clonakilty Engineering Ltd. Raymond & David Guest.Shannonvale Foods, Clonakilty.Muintir Clanna Caoilte, Clonakilty Credit Union. Skibbereen Credit Union Ltd., Skibbereen. Hodnett & Forde, Property Services, Clonakilty. Daly’s Undertakers, North Sq., Rosscarbery. Association of Reenascreena Cross (c/o Hannah O’Brien) O’Driscoll’s Bar, Reenascreena. Reenascreena Wind Farm, Reenascreena. Shanahan’s Garden Nursery,

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
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