Monday, February 26, 2007

'Saint Patrick: His Relevance Today'



The national Ulster Society are holding their annual St Patrick's Day event on Friday the 9th of March entitled 'St Patrick: His Relevance Today'. The event will take place at 7:30pm in All Saints' Church Centre, Canterbury Street, Belfast. All Saints' is the Church in University Street beside the Holiday Inn and the Church Centre is immediately behind the Church.


There will be short presentations by four panellists, which will include Ms Maureen Mackin, Mr Roger Bradley and Mrs Anne Smyth LL.B. Mr William Scholes, the religious affairs correspondent of the Irish News, has already kindly consented to chair the proceedings this year. There will also be an opportunity for some audience participation.


As last year there will be a display of Scottish and Irish dancing by Bright Lights and a light supper will be provided afterwards. It will also be possible to purchase Ulster Society publications on the evening at the society bookstall.


In order to defray the cost of the event there will be a nominal entrance fee of £3. This represents spectacularly good value for an informative and enjoyable evening.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Six Nations? Or Really Seven?

Ulster Society Secretary, Thomas Hogg, and the Party Liasion, Sharon Simpson, with the RBS 6 Nations Trophy.