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  • Donegal | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Nutrition Talk Dear Guild Members On behalf of Manor Farm Chicken it gives me great pleasure to invite you to an evening of nutrition and chicken demonstrations with Manor Winner of the National Brown Bread Competition 2015 Margaret Sexton Roscommon was the winner of the Brown Bread Baking Competition at the NPA 2015 Donegal Map of Guilds History What s On Contacts News Donegal Guilds View ICA Guilds in a larger map back to top Donegal History Donegal Federation was founded in 1910 and currently has 16 Guilds Our activities include crafts community development work and representation at national level We welcome new members of any age from 16 105 Donegal Federation is rich in ICA and Dungloe guild is our oldest guild having celebrated 100 years in existence it is believed to be the 3 rd oldest guild in the country Eva Coyle of Raphoe Guild in Donegal Federation was a past National President back to top What s On Donegal back to top Contacts If you are interested in joining or setting up a Guild in Donegal please contact our Federation PRO Kathleen O Connor on 0863965943 and she will put you in touch with a Guild that shares your interests back to top Donegal Federation Concert Concert in Mount Errigal Thursday 4th March 8pm More Donegal Federation meeting The September meeting was hosted by Lifford guild Joint winners of the new name for Branra comp were Irene McLaughlin Muff Guild Donegal Federation and Mary Gillen Carndonagh Guild Donegal Federation Both ladies picked the name Duchas u has a fada Louie Taylor presenting the cup to Eileen Stevens Carndonagh guild and Olive Parke Muff guild More Federation meeting in Lifford Hostess guild won the Miller shield for produce at the Federation meeting More Finn Valley Calendar Avril Slatter

    Original URL path: http://www.ica.ie/ICA/Your-Local-ICA/Donegal.952.1.aspx (2016-01-06)
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  • Dublin | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    top Dublin History Dublin Federation was founded in October 1947 in conjunction with Wicklow The merger of five Dublin Guilds and two from County Wicklow continued until 1951 when Wicklow left In 1952 we incorporated two Guilds from Kildare and increased our guilds to 18 Dublin Federation is one of the oldest in the country and its colourful history is well documented Over the years we were involved in matters relating to pollution the high costs of school books protested about city rates This all happened in the1960 s and these issues are just as relevent to day We studied the outcome of the research on the status of women and concerned ourselves with the Safety for Women We have been involved in every stratum of issues that impacted on family life in those years when there were no government agencies policing these Dublin members have been represented on a number of national committees back to top What s On Dublin back to top Contact GUILD MEETING DAY TIME LOCATION Balbriggan 2 nd 4 th Thursdays 8 00 pm Senior Citizens Hall High Street Ballsbridge 2 nd 4 th Monday of Month 8 00pm Iris Charles Centre Newbridge Ave Sandymount Ballybrack 2 nd Tuesday of Month St Matthias Church Hall Ballybrack Ballymun 2 nd Tuesday of Month 7 30pm St Michael s House Ballymun Road D 9 Blackrock 2 nd 4th Thursdays 7 30pm Holy Family Resource Centre Kill O Grange Blackrock Do Dublin Blanchardstown 1 st 3 Wednesdays 8 00pm Scoil Bhríde Boys School Blanchardstown Bohernabreena 2 nd Monday of Month 8 00pm St Anne s GAA Club Bohernabreena Botanic Glasnevin 1 st Tuesday of Month 8 00pm Scoil Caithriona Mobhi Road Glasnevin D9 Brittas 2 nd Monday of Month St Martins National School Brittas Castleknock 1 st 3 Mondays each Month 8 00pm Our Lady s Parish Centre Beechpark Lawn Clondalkin 1 st 3 Tuesdays each Month 8 00pm St Joseph s Boys School Donabate Portrane 2nd 4thTuesday of Month 8 15pm Community Centre Portrane Road Donabate Dollymount 1 st Wednesday of Month 8 00pm Wheelchair Association Blackheath Drive Clontarf Donaghmede 2 nd Monday of Month 8 00pm Donaghmede House Donaghmede Dun Laoghaire 2 nd Monday of Month 8 00pm 27 Corrig Avenue Dun Laoghaire Garristown 1 st Tuesday of Month Garristown Community Centre Howth 1 st Monday of Month 8 00pm St Mary s Church of Ireland Hall Deerpark Howth Kilnamanagh Last Tuesday of Month 7 30 pm Resource Centre Kilnamanagh School Kilternan 2 nd Tuesday of Month Kilternan Country Market Knocklyon 1 st 3 rd Tuesday of Month Community Centre Knocklyon Liffey Valley Every Monday Night 8 00pm St Brigid s National School Palmerstown Lucan Every Tuesday Morning Every Wednesday Night 10 12 30pm 8pm 10pm The Bungalow St Mary s Parish Church Lucan Lusk 1 st Wednesday of Month Scout Den Lusk Co Dublin Marlay 2 nd 4 th Thursday 8 00pm Parish Centre Marlay Grange Rathfarnham D 16 www marlayguildica com Milltown 1 st

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  • Galway | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    size of our county makes our Federation meetings a very important forum for members meeting to exchange ideas and to create friendships The guilds meet once a month and more frequently to attend courses or enjoy competitions or craft nights Guilds have a huge range of activities which include arts crafts self development education sports community development bookclubs as well as social events back to top Galway History ICA came to Co Galway in the late1940 s even though one if the earliest Presidents of the organization was the Countess of Fingall formerly Daisy Burke of Danesfort House in Moycullen Co Galway The first guild in the county was set up in Cleggan by a Miss Mary Browne whose family owned Rossleague House Miss Browne who was an Oxford graduate taught in South Africa and England for many years After she returned to Rossleague House to care for her mother she founded the Cleggan Guild Other guilds followed and in 1949 the Galway County Federation was formed with the nine existing guilds The first president of the Galway Federation was Mrs Dinan who was a member of the then Galway Town Association The first ICA Summer School was held in the Grammer School College Rd in 1949 back to top What s On Galway back to top Contact If you are interested in joining or setting up a Guild in Galway City or County please contact any of the following Federation President Josephine Helly Mobile 0876610640 Federation Secretary Mary Dooley Mobile 0872511716 Liaison Officer Claire O Keane Mobile 0863776193 who will put you in touch with a Guild that shares your interests back to top May Nevin is 90 More Muriel Gahan Rosebowl More Summer Federation Meeting Federation Meeting Hosted by Gort Guild June 4th 2014 More New Guild in

    Original URL path: http://www.ica.ie/ICA/Your-Local-ICA/Galway.954.1.aspx (2016-01-06)
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  • Kerry | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    National Brown Bread Competition 2015 Margaret Sexton Roscommon was the winner of the Brown Bread Baking Competition at the NPA 2015 Kerry Map of Guilds Welcome History What s On Contacts News Kerry Guilds View ICA Guilds in a larger map back to top Welcome to Kerry Federation Kerry Federation was founded over 58 years ago and currently has 22 Guilds Our activities include arts crafts lace making bowling walking photography competitions cookery exhibitions adult learning quilting talks on interesting topics fun and trips and parties whist drives and cards community development work some charitable work and representation at national level We are currently running classes on various Saturdays in cluster groups of Guilds in both Craft and Lace Making We would like to take this opportunity to welcome all new members to Kerry Federation ICA and hope you all enjoy the various activities back to top Kerry History Kerry Federation was founded by Kit Aherne who later became National President of the organization She also represented the North Kerry constituency in Dail Eireann Monica Prendiville of Casleisland Guild was also a National President and Joan Collins of Kilcummin Guild was National Treasurer Congratulations to both Muckross and Caherciveen Guilds who are celebrating 50 years in existence Also Clochán Bréanainn celebrating 25 years and Annascaul celebrating their 21st back to top What s On Kerry back to top Contact If you are interested in joining or wish to set up a Guild in Kerry please contact our Federation President Breda Browne Mobile 087 9118881 and she will put you in touch with a Guild that shares your interests back to top Deirdre O Mahony RIP It is with regret that we announce the death of Deirdre O Mahony former Federation President of Kerry Federation More ICA Tour of South Kerry

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  • Kildare | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    you to an evening of nutrition and chicken demonstrations with Manor Winner of the National Brown Bread Competition 2015 Margaret Sexton Roscommon was the winner of the Brown Bread Baking Competition at the NPA 2015 Kildare Map of Guilds Welcome History What s On Contacts Kildare Guilds View ICA Guilds in a larger map back to top Welcome to Kildare Federation Welcome to Kildare Federation Information page We have 21 Guilds spread throughout the county that are ready and waiting to welcome you whatever your interests Our activities include crafts community development work and representation at national level We have been involved with the National Ploughing Championships for three years back to top Kildare History The Kildare ICA Federation was formed in 1953 at a meeting held in Straffan and the first President of the Federation was Ms Duncan from Kill Our current Federation President is Mary MacNamara a member of Maynooth Guild At the moment we have a number of vibrant Guilds in Kildare all of which meet once a month not only to organise and partake in activities such as pitch and putt dancing art yoga computer classes competitions trips to places of interest outings to the theatre weekends away to An Grianán but also to discuss and represent women s views to provide women with opportunities for personal development mutual support education and information and issues that are fundamental to the provision of equality for women in Irish society back to top What s On Kildare back to top Contact If you are interested in joining or setting up a Guild in Kildare please contact our Federation Secretary Josephine Lambe 087 9647181 Or our Liaison officer Ita Killally 087 2024096 and they will put you in touch with a Guild that shares your interests back to top

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  • Kilkenny | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    guild and Federation activities include art crafts community development work and county representation at national level within many of our National Voluntary Organisations Our members always play an active part in entering competitions across many spectrums of crafts and within our county we are very proud to have ICA qualified teachers national competition winners and also Kilkenny held the 1st National Presidency of the new millennium from 2000 2003 with Breda Raggett from Sevenhouses flying the flag for Kilkenny as our National ICA President of that time For the Winter months we hold classes within the disciplines of Crochet Beaded Jewellery Photography Gingham Embroidery also known as Chicken scratching and Sugarcraft Classes are open to all with preference being given to ICA members depending on availability so it is always advisable to book early Our current Federation President is Maria Landy from Windgap Guild back to top Kilkenny History Kilkenny Federation has been involved in ICA from its earliest days with our Ballyragget guild having has its first meeting under the auspice of the womens institute in 1912 It gave us great pleasure to be part of the long history of our Association and made our involvement in the 100 year Centenary celebrations very special for us within our County Kilkenny is also famous for its culture It is home of the cats laugh festival and Kilkenny Arts Week which are always much supported events It boasts probably one of the most instantly recognisable castles in Ireland Butler Castle which is situated on its beautiful grounds overlooking the River Nore in the heart of the City It would also be safe to say that Kilkenny is the home of Hurling with the entire county buzzing in the lead up to the All Ireland Senior Hurling finals To date Kilkenny has

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  • Laois | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    Gash Gardens and Haywood One of the best known crafts is Mountmellick Lace which dates back to 1825 and it continues to be taught by ICA members to this day Laois Federation has 2 of the oldest Guilds in the Country Abbeyleix which was founded in 1914 and Castletown in 1915 by the late great Lucy Franks who was the National Secretary of the Association and became National President in 1942 as she loved gardens so much that a garden house was built in her memory surrounded by roses at An Grianan Laois Federation is very proud to have an ICA Choir that performs to sell out audiences all over the Federation and has had the honour to perform at Dublin Castle in the Presence of President Mary McAlese at our Centenary Celebrations More recently we are proud to have as National Secretary Kathleen Gorman of the Ballyroan Guild back to top What s On Laois back to top Laois Activities Our activities include Mountmellick Lace Line Dancing Art and any craft that a member wishes to learn social outings We have participated in The Wellness programme Walking to Support Cancer Care in Laois We also look forward annually to supporting Laois Week at An Grianan Contact If you are interested in joining the ICA or wanting to set up a new Guild in Laois or would like any further information please feel free to contact any of the following people in our Federation Federation President Anne Cass Spink Guild Federation Secretary Vivienne Rigley Arles Guild Federation Treasurer Noreen Byrne Clough Guild There are 8 Information Officers in the Federation Noreen Byrne Clough Guild Betty Gorman Castletown Guild Stella Harding and Anne Payne Portlaoise Guild Vivienne Rigley Arles Guild Maureen Cusack Clonaslee Guild Mary Ging Ratheniska Guild and Mai Bowe

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  • Leitrim | Irish Countrywomen’s Association
    demonstrations with Manor Winner of the National Brown Bread Competition 2015 Margaret Sexton Roscommon was the winner of the Brown Bread Baking Competition at the NPA 2015 Leitrim Map of Guilds Welcome History What s On Contacts News Leitrim Guilds View ICA Guilds in a larger map back to top Welcome to Leitrim Federation Leitrim Federation was founded in 1960 and currently has 12 Guilds Our activities include crafts community development work and representation at national level We welcome the members of our most recent Guild in Breffni back to top Leitrim History Leitrim Federation was started in Manorhamilton in the north of the county spreading southwards as it developed The most southerly Guild Annaduff was founded in 1969 and now boasts the largest membership at 43 What s On Leitrim back to top Contact If you are interested in joining or setting up a Guild in Leitrim please contact our Federation Secretary on 0719841538 and she will put you in touch with a Guild that shares your interests You can also contact the Federation President on leitrimica mail com back to top Leitrim Federation Meeting This will be held in the Bush Hotel on Sunday 29th November 2015 at 3pm Don t forget the quiz More Herbal Medicine at Cloone Cloone Guild will be having a talk on Herbal Medicine by Simon Conway on Monday 14th December 2015 at 9pm in the Community Centre More Art Trip to Dublin Don t forget the trip to the National Museum on 21st November 2015 with a guided tour Contact Josie Kenny Arts Officer for Leitrim Federation More Art Trip to Dublin Don t forget the trip to the National Museum on 21st November 2015 with a guided tour Contact Josie Kenny Arts Officer for Leitrim Federation More Art Trip to Dublin

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