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There are other events on in south Dublin around Bloomsday, check out the details here.
Also, the Dublin Sketchers (who presented this year at the Harold’s Cross Festival) are exhibiting at the Olivier Cornet Gallery on Sunday 16th. See details here.
Here is an excerpt from Cyclops relating to ‘the Marriage of Trees’:-
—As treeless as Portugal we’ll be soon, says John Wyse,
or Heligoland with its one tree if something is not done to
reafforest the land. Larches, firs, all the trees of the conifer
family are going fast. I was reading a report of lord
—Save them, says the citizen, the giant ash of Galway
and the chieftain elm of Kildare with a fortyfoot bole and
an acre of foliage. Save the trees of Ireland for the future
men of Ireland on the fair hills of Eire, O.
—Europe has its eyes on you, says Lenehan.
The fashionable international world attended EN
MASSE this afternoon at the wedding of the chevalier
Jean Wyse de Neaulan, grand high chief ranger of the Irish
National Foresters, with Miss Fir Conifer of Pine Valley.
Lady Sylvester Elmshade, Mrs Barbara Lovebirch, Mrs Poll
Ash, Mrs Holly Hazeleyes, Miss Daphne Bays, Miss
Dorothy Canebrake, Mrs Clyde Twelvetrees, Mrs Rowan
Greene, Mrs Helen Vinegadding, Miss Virginia Creeper,
Miss Gladys Beech, Miss Olive Garth, Miss Blanche
Maple, Mrs Maud Mahogany, Miss Myra Myrtle, Miss
Priscilla Elderflower, Miss Bee Honeysuckle, Miss Grace
Poplar, Miss O Mimosa San, Miss Rachel Cedarfrond, the
Misses Lilian and Viola Lilac, Miss Timidity Aspenall, Mrs
Kitty Dewey-Mosse, Miss May Hawthorne, Mrs Gloriana
Palme, Mrs Liana Forrest, Mrs Arabella Blackwood and
Mrs Norma Holyoake of Oakholme Regis graced the
ceremony by their presence. The bride who was given
away by her father, the M’Conifer of the Glands, looked
exquisitely charming in a creation carried out in green
mercerised silk, moulded on an underslip of gloaming
grey, sashed with a yoke of broad emerald and finished
with a triple flounce of darkerhued fringe, the scheme
being relieved by bretelles and hip insertions of acorn
bronze. The maids of honour, Miss Larch Conifer and
Miss Spruce Conifer, sisters of the bride, wore very
becoming costumes in the same tone, a dainty motif of
plume rose being worked into the pleats in a pinstripe and
repeated capriciously in the jadegreen toques in the form
heron feathers of paletinted coral. Senhor Enrique Flor
presided at the organ with his wellknown ability and, in
addition to the prescribed numbers of the nuptial mass,
played a new and striking arrangement of Woodman, spare
that tree at the conclusion of the service. On leaving the
church of Saint Fiacre in Horto after the papal blessing the
happy pair were subjected to a playful crossfire of
hazelnuts, beechmast, bayleaves, catkins of willow, ivytod,
hollyberries, mistletoe sprigs and quicken shoots. Mr and
Mrs Wyse Conifer Neaulan will spend a quiet honeymoon
in the Black Forest.
Dublin Community Clean-Up takes place from 11 AM to 1 PM on Saturday 27th April 2019, proudly supported by the four local authorities.
Building on the success of previous calls to action – Dodder Action Day, Dublin Canals Action Day, Team Dublin Cleanup and Dublin Waters Action day – this year all have come together to make this Dublin’s biggest volunteer cleanup on our streets, canals, rivers, mountains and coastline. Why not get your family and friends to be a part of the action?
You can start a brand new your own cleanup in your community, or see the map and join an existing one.
1. A meeting of the Harold’s Cross Community Festival team takes place in the Pastoral Centre beside the Rosary Church on Monday the 15th of April at
2. The old monastery at Mount Argus is reported to have been sold to Equitas Properties. The previous owners, Vieira Ltd, had been granted permission for a 92 bedroom Nursing Home in 2011. In 2014 however they applied for permission for 33 apartments and 9 town houses. Following an appeal to An Bord Pleanála the nine town houses and one apartment were refused and permission for 32 apartments was granted Details: HERE.
3. Earth Hour takes place on Saturday next March 30th from 8:30-9:30 pm and will offer an opportunity to “join millions around the world to turn off the lights and speak up about why nature matters.”
The Festival will take place in Harold’s Cross during the week of 13th May – culminating on sunday 19th May.
Ar chuala tú faoin Pop-up Gaeltacht? Oíche mór craic agus cainte atá ann, oíche mór a tharlaíonn uair sa mhí i dtithe tábhairne éagsúla. Thosaigh Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh agus Osgur Ó Ciardha an oíche speisialta seo i lár na cathrach i mí na Samhna an bhliain seo chaite agus tá sé ag dul ó neart go neart ó shin. Ní ghá go mbeadh go leor Gaeilge agat. Má tá spéis agat an teanga a labhairt nó a chleachtadh – tá fáilte romhat! Tá muid go léir ag foghlaim.
Nuair a thosnaigh an oíche seo ar dtús, bhíodh sé ar siúl in áit difriúl gach mí ach anois, beidh sé ar siúl againne i Chrois Araild gach mí. Agus, tá an smaoineamh ag scaipeadh ar fud na h-áite. Tá daoine ag eagrú oícheanta mar seo ar fud na hÉireann agus ar fud na cruinne. Chuala mé faoi Pop–up ag tárlúint i Sasana, i Meiriceá agus fiú san Astráil. Bhí beagáinín faitíos orm an chéad uair a fhreastal mé ar an ócáid seo i lár na cathrach (féach an pictiúr ag barr) ach ní raibh gá dom a bheith buartha ar chor ar bith. Bhí gach duine an-chairdiúil agus bhí atmaisféar an-dheas ann.
Tuigim anois go bhfuil go leor Gaeilge againn ón scoil ach go bhfuil sí i bhfolach áit éigin i chúl ár gcinn. Tá sí ann agus tiocfaidh sí amach de réir a chéile. Agus tá seans go gcuidíonn an cúpla deoch leis an teanga a dhúiseacht chomh maith (!) Bígí ag faire amach don chéad Pop–up eile sa cheantar seo i mí Feabhra. Cur súil ar ár Facebook (nasc – https://www.facebook.com/Harolds.Cross.Festival/) nó i Twitter ar @popupgael nó @PeadarC90.
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