‘We must craft a vision and model for the present and the future which ensures that the club can reinvent itself, flourish and grow.’
A Report by Peter Gavin The Celtic Club Melbourne was successful in securing a grant under the Emigrant Support Programme to restore the Club’s founders’ picture and create a digital copy and a smaller print copy. This magnificent and invaluable collage painting is a historical document featuring the Club’s initial purpose in supporting Home Rule, …
Bloomsday in Melbourne mounts a course, one day’s immersion in James Joyce’s most Irish chapter of Ulysses, Cyclops.
We think Ulysses is the funniest, the wisest and the most human book,
The dinner will also be a farewell to our building of 58 years which contains memories of our life and events within.
‘The Orange Order Parades’
‘What defines Irish Nationalism ?’
plus Michael Davitt and the Land League
Mother’s Day Celebrations and live music at the Celtic Club
Why do we hear so little about Michael Davitt’s place in Irish history?
Whimsey – the music of Louey Hesterman