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Christmas Wine Supper – Wednesday 6th December

The popular Wine Supper starts back on Wednesday 6th  Decembe  at 8pm.    €25pp

So this is the perfect Opportunity to try some new wines

And learn some extra knowledge from the best in the business

To book please contact

Tim or Louise at 01 2805725

Tim: manager@nyc.ie  / Louise: catering@nyc.ie

Santa Party – Sunday 10th December 2017

THE DINING ROOM IS BOOKED OUT

But Santa visits only are still available and they are €20.00 to include present and goujons and chips

Please fill out the booking form below and email it back to catering@nyc.ie 

Santa-Party-booking-form

Update on the Golf Trip to La Manga

The NYC golfers went to La Manga in October please see all photos below 

NYC Speaker Supper – Friday 03rd November 2017

We have an exciting Speaker Supper lined up for Friday 03rd November Supper from 7.30pm   @€20 per person   

“Dermot Breen, a NYC member, will give a first hand account of his personal experience in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.

To reserve your place 

Contact Tim or Louise at 01 2805725

mananger@nyc.ie    catering@nyc.ie

NYC Walking Group – Glendalough Sunday 5th November

Glendalough / Laragh Walk

Sunday 5th November 2017

Meeting at Glendalough @10.30am

Please note – we leave punctually at 11am.

Please email Kevin by Friday 3rd to advise if you intend coming along.

Kevin Browne. Mob: 086 600 5264.  Email: kevinbrowne81@gmail.com

(Desmond Campbell . Mob: 087 256 5587.. Email: desmondecampbell@yahoo.co.uk.

Lecture on Dun Laoghaire Harbour

The Construction of Dun Laoghaire Harbour – A Bicentenary Review

Monday, 16 October 2017

From 6:30 PM

Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4

About the event

The first stone for the large harbour at Dun Laoghaire was laid in May 1817 and this year has seen a number of events to commemorate this bicentenary. This joint presentation between Heritage society and Civil division introduces the background to the building of the harbour, before examining how the harbour was constructed and how works progressed to the completion of the piers more than a quarter of a century later.