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Mothers Day Lunch – Sunday 11th March

Mother’s Day is a special occasion and a time when every mum should be pampered and treated.  It is an ideal opportunity for you to show your mam how much you care and appreciate her.  Treat your Mother to Lunch in the National Yacht Club, Which includes a choice of delicious dishes followed by mouth-watering desserts.

For booking contact Tim or Louise on 01 2805725 or email manager@nyc.ie or catering@nyc.ie 

 

Ladies Lunch – Tuesday 13th March 2018

Tuesday 13th March 2018   €20 .00pp

Our speaker will be, Rosanna Mulligan One of the Leading Designers and Developers of Innovative and Unusual Cakes She will show you how to decorate your Cake for any occasion.

For Bookings please contact Louise or Tim  01 2805725

catering@nyc.ie / mananger@nyc.ie

NYC “Ensigns Open Forum” Evening Thursday 22nd February 2018

NYC “Ensigns Open Forum” Evening Thursday 22nd February 2018

The Ensign category of National Yacht Club is a very important one – as it is the future of the club.
We would like to hear from existing Ensign Members on what we can change to improve the situation.

The format will be a sit-down discussion 8pm – 9.15pm followed by Pizza and Drinks, hosted by the Committee.

It will be an opportunity to meet fellow ensigns socially and discuss items to make for better sailing and more fun in 2018 and beyond.

To reserve a place please email Carmen at admin@nyc.ie marked Ensign Open Forum

NYC Walking Group Dates

Our forthcoming walks for 2018 are:-
Sunday 4th February        The Dublin Mountain Way – Shankill to The Scalp & return
Sunday 4th March             Crone Wood
Sunday 8th April               Route to be announced.

Should you require any  further information please contact Kevin Browne – kevinbrowne81@gmail.com  Mob: 086 600 5264, or desmondecampbell@yahoo.co.uk   Mob: 087 256

NYC Walking Group – Sunday 4th February 2018

Sunday, 4th February 2018.
Meet Brady’s Pub, Shankill @10.45am.
Please note – we leave punctually at 11am.
This walk is the first section of the Dublin Mountain Way and is about 3 hour’s duration, including the lunch break.