Saturday, December 13, 2014
WBarn Door Restaurant
8400 N. New Braunfels Ave San Antonio, TX 78209
T6:30 – 7:30p Cocktails (Cash Bar)
Dinner: Three delicious menu choices – Grilled Chicken Breast, 6 oz Filet or Grilled/Fried Jumbo Shrimp all with salad, baked potato, green beans, dinner rolls, coffee/ice tea & dessert. See cost below.
Special Requests: Please bring a jar(s) of peanut butter to be donated to the San Antonio FoodBank.
Formed in October 1966, the Society was founded to "involve persons of Irish nationality or heritage to do honor to the land of their forefathers." Our Society is Non-Sectarian, Charitable, Cultural, Civic, Educational, Patriotic, and Social.
Some of our goals include the appreciation of the cultural achievements of Ireland and Irish-American history here in Texas, the preservation of the historical "Irish Flats" in San Antonio, and the development of Irish cultural programs to include music, art, literature and theatre. In addition to the many social and business functions we arrange throughout the year, we are also the organizer of the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown San Antonio.
Ever wonder how significant the Irish are to the history of San Antonio? Find out more
Irish Football in the River City
The San Antonio Gaelic Athletic Club exists to bring to Gaelic Athletics to Bexar County. SA Gaelic Athletics Club is an organization dedicated to promoting traditional Gaelic games in San Antonio. They currently consist of a Men's Gaelic Football team, and have teams forming for Women's Football, Hurling, and Camogie, as well as a children's league.
The Club is united through heritage and a love of competition, and encourages anyone interested in playing for, supporting, or just enjoying a game of one of the world's fastest growing sports to contact us, or check us out on facebook
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