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Wicklow Drama Festival 2018

Friday 19 to Sunday 21st January 2018

Reminder - It's time to continue what we started!

Calling again on all ICA Members to Help Reverse the 2012 State Pension Cuts.

Silver Surfer Awards 2018

Don’t Delay, Nominate Someone Today!

We offer our deepest sympathy to our member, Eileen Bateson and her family on the recent death of her husband, Larry.

Ar dheis De go raibh a anam. Funeral Arrangements are as follows:

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Please see the list of Federations below

When you join the ICA you join a local Guild

Our Guilds range in size from a handful to 120 plus members. The beauty of the Guild format is that each Guild is autonomous, taking part in activities which interest their members. Each Guild holds meetings usually on a monthly basis, but some Guilds have additional craft classes and meet weekly. So when women enquire about joining us we always talk to them about their interests and endeavour to match them to a Guild which participates in the activities which interest them. If the first Guild you try is not for you, we are confident that we can introduce you to a Guild which will be perfect for you.

Each Guild is a part of a county committee which we call Federations

The Federation Committees also hold meetings up to 5 times a year including an AGM. Federation meetings are an opportunity for members of local Guilds to meet each other and exchange views and share information as well as take part in Federation initiatives and competitions. Members of Federation committees are often involved in other local county initiatives and often sit on focus groups in County Council sub-committees and other community groups active in that county.

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Irish Countrywomen's Association, 58 Merrion Road, Dublin 4,Tel: 01 668 0002 Fax: 01 660 9423 Email: office@ica.ie
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