We have a number of events happening in at the Irish Club. You can read all about them in our monthly Newsletter available now in our newsletter secion. We upload new events on a regular basis so make sure you keep coming back to view.
A great day was had by all 110 Seniors at our annual Christmas Party last Sunday. Thank you so much to the extended Doran family for waht was a fantastic meal. Thank you to Bridie Murphy for her fab Christmas Cake. All the volunteers that turned up to help, Thank You, we could not do this without you guys. I have added some of the photos here. Congratulations to Tom &
Championship FInal This Weekend Championship Finals- Saturday 7.12.19 After four tough semifinals last week- we have two mouth watering Championship Finals: St. Pats take on Celtic in the Ladies final- St. Pats have been the most improved team in Auckland this year and beat a very good Marist side and will be looking to win their first Championship title since 2015. Celtic are looking to re
Sunday 1st December Members Christmas Party for our Senior Citizens, at 1.00pm We invite all our senior citizen members to register your attendance with our Manager, David McDermott ph: 027 6259408 or E: email@example.com We need the names ASAP for catering purposes. This is always a fantastic day, with music, singing, dancing and a wonderful Christmas dinner.
Thursday 12th December at 7.00pm We are raising much-needed funds for St Vincent de Paul Christmas collection. Join us for a wonderful night of Irish and Christmas themed entertainment. Entry by donation at the door. (We suggest $10) We would also ask you to bring along donations of non-perishable food items and personal care items (shampoo, tooth paste, deodorant, etc) to add to our collection o
Children’s Christmas Party - Sunday 8th December. This is open to all children (10 and under) of members. To ensure Santa gets his gifts organised in time, please send names/boy or girl/ age to Raewyn by 16th November at the latest. We only have about 30 registered so far, and I know there are at least a 100 eligible. Non-member grandchildren who have grandparent members may also attend for
What a fantastic afternoon at the Auckland Irish club. Thank you to the volunteers who made this happen for the Curtis family. Thank you TVNZ 1 and ASB Bank for the wonderful surprise. Dinner was amazing and the raffle prizes amazing as usual Denise Murray. Thank you to the 100 + people who turned up for an amazing 2 course meal. Proud Irish generosity. Check out the video on our FB page
On Sunday 10th November, we are hosting a fundraiser dinner for David Curtis and his family at the Irish Club at 5pm. We would love to have your support. David is a fantastic musician, a long time original member of Druid, and great friend of the Irish Society over many years. He is currently undergoing intensive chemotherapy for a recurrent brain tumour. Both these have left him severely incap
Our November news letter is now available to view in our Newsletter section. Lots coming up so make sure you read this through. Today is Tradie night from 3pm along with a Halloween party for familys from 4.00pm. Prizes for best costume. We are also playing cards, showing the Bronze match between All Blacks and Wales and then the FInal tomorrow night from 8.00pm England v Spring B
Please see attached membership form for the Auckland Irish Society. If you want to join please download, print and fill in. You can email back to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into the club any Friday evening. Memberships are approved at the Board Meetings each month. With Christmas coming up it is a great time to be a member for children and grandparents.
Well what can I say except well done to the All Blacks. They came out strong and stayed strong for the whole game. It was a wonderful night at the club and the kitchen was pushed to their limits, the ladies in there were exceptional and we thank you for all your volunteering, that was a long night for you guys. We are blessed to have you. Thank you to all our members and friends f
Friday 27th September - Open Mic Night & Cards. A wonderful night of free entertainment from the youn upcoming stars of our community. Sunday 29th September - Club Sunday - Total Wellness Starting at 2pm, we will have a first aid demonstration, and familiarisation with Defib equipment. It's important we all know these basics for when the urgent need arises. Next up will
Well what an amazing time Sinead had representing New Zealand at the recent Rose of Tralee in Kerry. Sinead was on the front page in the Irish Independent and made amazing friends during the festival. Please see more photos in our Gallery and also a note from Sinead below. Congratulations Sinead, I am sure we will see more of you in the coming years. Words cannot express t
PINK RIBBON BREAKFAST 2019 We invite you to join us at this fundraiser event. We are raising money to improve awareness and increase early detection rates. This is key for those diagnosed with breast cancer. Funds will also go towards research. Cancer affects so many in our community. Lets work together for better outcomes. We also need donations for raffles and auctions. Please contact me asap
Friday 24th May - Meet and Greet the Regional Roses at the Auckland Irish Society,7pm. Light supper, Rose's entertainment and music cost $20. Saturday 25th May - The Hugh Green Foundation 2019 Rose of Tralee Selection Ball at the Hilton Hotel. 6pm. Buffet dinner, Irish Dancing, Music and Rose's interviews. $130 each, table of ten $120 each. Could you please deposit y
Best wishes to the the Auckland Rose of Tralee for 2019. Sinead Stayton. Best wishes to the Southland Rose of Tralee 2019 Caitlin Mahon, Congratulations. we know you will do us proud at the National Final in May in The Hilton Auckland. I will post some photos later.
MEDIA ALERT AUCKLAND IRISH SOCIETY ST PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATIONS CANCELLED FOLLOWING CHRISTCHURCH ATTACKS Date: Saturday 16th March, 2019 As a mark of respect for all those affected by yesterday’s tragic events in Christchurch, the decision has been made to cancel the Auckland Irish Society’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations planned for Sunday 17th March at Auckland I
Member’s Draw this month is on Friday 21st December at 7.30pm. You can enjoy great family meals for $10. Food is available from the Celtic Kitchen from 6.00pm. The volunteers in the Celtic Kitchen do an outstanding job, with the food running out hot and delicious. The draw has not been won since April, so we have decided it will go this month, with a GRAND PRIZE of $500. Remember, you MU
Akarana Golf Club hosted the final round of this year’s championship and forty of the finest golfers we could assemble in short notice were not disappointed with the course and conditions. In the blistering nineteen degree heat, Diarmuid and Andy’s heads must have swelled. They thought everyone was there to see them fight it out for the title but people actually came for the average g
There will be a Drive for 25 on at the Auckland Irish Club see attached poster for all the details. There will be a beginners table on the night too for those wanting to learn how to play the game of 25. Great prizes on the night. $5.00 per entry with 6 per table.
Registrations (see attached form) are now open for Ireland's Got Talent. This is happening on November 23rd at the Auckland Irish Society. Cash prize of $250.00 kindly sponsored by the St Patricks Festival Trust . A great nights entertainment is promised with amazing judges and special guest appearance from the Auckland Rose of Tralee. Get your instrument. voice, mag
GAA NEWS 2018/2019 Football season has officially commenced. Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances, the clubs have not been able to train at their normal grounds. But that has not stopped them getting the pre-season underway. With new members signing up every week, this promises to be a great year of football. For all the new comers, we have started a basics skills training to get you
Auckland Irish society are delighted to be welcoming our New Ambassador Peter Ryan to the Irish Club this Friday night 14th of September at 7.00pm The powhiri is the traditional Maori welcome, practicied here at Government House to greet the Irish visitors. By accepting the 'rautapu' laid on the ground, Ambassador Peter Ryan shows that he comes in peace. See the link below to see the pictures f
On 30th September 2018 the Auckland Irish Club are hsting a Sunday from 3.00pm - 6.00pm. Tickets cost $20 per Adult. $10 for children 5-15years old and under 5's are free. Bookings and prepayements are essential as space is limited. These are selling fast.
Older Than Ireland is coming to the Auckland Irish Club on Sunday 26th August at 2.00pm, don't miss this entertaining story from many of our wonderful centenarians. Older Than Ireland is a landmark documentary that tells the story of a hundred years of a life as seen through the eyes of thirty Irish centenarians. Directed by Alex Fegan, Older Than Ireland explores each centenarian&rsquo
ST Pats Emerald City are looking for people to fill current vacancies in thier club. The season for GAA runs from September - March. It is a very social scene and a great way to get to know other Irish people living in Auckland. Here is the link to their website https://www.stpatsec.com/ See attached poster for further information or send them a message on FB https
Another St Patricks Day gone, what a huge success it was. I think St Patricks day should be a weekend every year. The sun was shining and the children had lots of different areas to play, this meant the hardworking mammies and Daddies were able to catch up with friends and enjoy some light refreshments. The entertainment both indoors and outdoors was fantastic, along with the vari
Congratulations to our 2018 Auckland Irish Society Rose of Tralee Jenni Dowley. Jenni is a 24 year old Physiotherapist from Auckland. Born in Waterford she moved 18000km to play Camogie and Gaelic football here in Aotearoa New Zealand. Welcome to the Rose family Jenni!
The Seniors Christmas Party is the highlight for many of our year, this was held at the club on 10 December 2017. See our Gallery page for some of the photos. What a fantastic afternoon and again a huge amount of thanks to the extended Doran family for working thier magic in the kitchen and also to the huge amount of people helping with the set up. Without all your support this occasion wou
Last month, the President addressed members of the Irish Community in Auckland. In his speech at this event, the last one of the President's State Visit to New Zealand, the President spoke of the importance of using the Irish language and respecting culture. He also thanked those who looked after Irish and other immigrants, and encouraged members of the Irish diaspora to stay in touch with re