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Dear Visitor,

A very warm welcome to the Rotary Club, Dublin.

The Rotary Club, Dublin was the first Rotary club to be formed outside of North America. Our first meeting in 1911 was held in Jury's Hotel in Dublin.

For over 100 years, we have changed hotel a few times.

Fun at our yearly barbecueToday we meet each Momnday except Public Holidays in the Grand Canal Hotel Dublin 4, a couple of miles from our original city centre location in the leafy inner suburb of Ballsbridge, next to the Grand Canal itself and close to the southern docks.

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Our club has a long tradition of community involvement and visitor hospitality. Almost every week we welcome guests from all over the Rotary world to our meetings. We are always delighted to meet new Rotarians (and their family and other guests) and to make new friends. So if you are in Dublin on a Monday, do join us for lunch and I can assure you of good fellowship and a really warm Irish welcome.

Pamela O'Loughlin


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All proceeds from the evening will go to Blossom Ireland: a therapy led camp for children with intellectual disabilities.Tickets for adults are only €30 and for children under 12, they are €10. There will also be a raffle during the night.
This year, on Friday 16th June, we celebrate the James Joyce novel “Ulysses” on Blooms Day ! As you know we enjoy a particularly close relationship with the Rotary Club, Belfast and this year they are, at our invitation, joining us for Blooms Day.

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We meet on Mondays at 12:45 (Except Bank Holidays. We meet for lunch at a cost of 19 euro. Normally we have a short lecture on a topical issue.If you would like to attend please contact us at tkedits@eircom.net) The Grand Canal Hotel
Grand Canal Street Upper
Dublin D04X5X7 tel: 00353 1 6461000

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