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National - Event Notice
Sunday April 04 2010
12:35 PM

Nation-wide list of Republican Movement Easter Commemorations

category national | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Tuesday March 16, 2010 04:43author by RM - Republican Sinn Fein Report this post to the editors

Complete List of Republican Easter Commemorations

Please attend your local Easter Commemoration!


1916 - 2010


Easter Sunday, Belfast, Republican Plot, Milltown Cemetery
Assemble 11:30 am at Cemetery gates
Speaker: Fergal Moore


Holy Saturday, Ballymacnab, wreath-laying ceremony at 7:30 pm, Ballymacnab Chapel

Easter Saturday, Lurgan, 2pm Assemble at Kilwilkee Mural
Speaker: Cit Trainor

Easter Sunday, Keady, wreath-laying ceremony at 1pm at the Grave of Vol. Eddie Dynes in the main graveyard.

Easter Sunday, Armagh City, Assemble 3:45pm at banbrook Hill (Northern Bar). March to St. Patrick's cemetery for commemoration
Speaker: Des Dalton

*Function in Shillelagh's Bar (Wolly Tom's), Nursery Road 6pm onwards
featuring Live Music from Ciarn Murphy and raffles on night. Great Craic All Welcome! *


Easter Saturday, wreath-laying ceremony at the Grave of Tony Ruane, Carlow Cemetery at 3:30pm.


Easter Monday Commemoration, Drumcliffe Cemetery, Ennis, 4pm


Easter Sunday, Assemble at Wilton Roundabout, 2pm. Parade to Republican Plot, St. Finbarr's Cemetery.
Speaker: Ruair Brdaigh

Wreath laying ceremony will be held at the monument on Mallow Bridge on Good Friday at assemble at the Clock House 1.15pm.
Main Speaker: Des Long


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Cuchulainn Memorial, City Cemetery, Derry City, Assemble at 12 noon.

Wreath-laying ceremonies at the following on Easter Sunday morning: The Loup Cemetery, 9am, at the Grave of Brigadier Sean Larkin; and the Grave of Tommy Toner in Dungiven, 10:15am at the graves of Vol.s Kealy, O'Carolan and Kilmartin and Hunger striker Kevin Lynch.


Holy Saturday, Doneyloup, Castlefin, 7:30pm

Clady Bridge at 11:30 am

Easter Sunday , Drumboe, Assemble at Johnson's Corner 2:30pm
Speaker: Emmet Walsh

Easter Monday Commemoration, Bundoran, 2pm, Assemble at Republican Garden.

Wreath-laying ceremonies throughout the County


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Newry, 10:30 am, St. Mary's Cemetery
Speaker: Des Dalton


Holy Saturday, wreath-laying ceremony, Balbriggan Bridge, 2pm.

Easter Sunday Commemoration, Deansgrange Cemetery, 1pm.

Easter Monday Commemoration, Assemble at Garden of Remembrance
for march to the GPO, O'Connell Street, Dublin
Speaker: Des Dalton


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Roslea, 2:30pm


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Galway City, Assemble at the Cathedral for parade to Liam Mellows Memorial, Eyre Square, 11am

Easter Sunday Commemoration, Republican Plot, Donaghpatrick, Headford Assemble at Queally's Cross, Cahirlistrane, 3pm.

Good Friday 5:30pm: Wreath-laying ceremony at the Workhouse Tuam.

Easter Saturday 7pm: Wreath-laying ceremony Kilcummin cemetery Oughterard


Easter Sunday Commemoration and Function details from SAOIRSE sellers.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Cahersiveen, Assemble 2:30pm at the Monument, The Square.

Easter Sunday Commemoration, Tralee, Assemble at Denny Street at 2pm for parade to Republican Plot, Rath Cemetery.

Killarney wreath-laying ceremony at the Republican Monument

Easter Monday Commemoration, Listowel Republican Plot, assemble at Graveyard gates at 2:30pm.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, The Republican Plot, Grey Abbey Cemetery, Kildare Town, 12 Noon.

Easter Monday, wreath-laying ceremony at Republican Plot, St. Corban's Cemetery, Naas, at 12 Noon

Wreaths will be laid throughout the county


Holy Saturday, Assemble at 12:45pm at Roe's carpark, Mooncoin, Co. Kilkenny for Commemoration


Wreath-laying ceremony at Barrowhouse Cemetery at Graves of Vol.s William Connor and James Lacey, 10:30am. A Wreath-laying ceremony will also take place at the 1798 Monument, Portarlington.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Fenagh Cemetery, at Grave of Vol. Jack McLaughlin at 3pm.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Assemble at the Munster Fair Tavern, Mulgrave Street, 2:45pm for parade to Republican Plot, Mount St. Lawrence Cemetery.


Easter Monday Commemoration, Hendon Cemetery, Holder's Hill Road, Hendon, 12:30am, Assemble at entrance at 12:15.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Legan Cemetery, at Grave of Vol. Patrick Farrell, 3pm.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Dundalk, The Republican Plot, St. Patrick's Cemetery, 2pm.


Easter Monday Commemoration, Kilkelly, 12 Noon, Assemble at Church Gate and parade to the East Mayo Brigade Memorial on the main Sligo-Galway Road.


Easter Sunday wreath-laying ceremonies at the Grave of Fian Seamus Fox, Drumree, County Meath, 12 Noon, Summerhill, 1pm; Ballinlough Cemetery, Kells, 2pm; Easter Monday, at Grave of Vol. George McDermott, Ardbraccan, County Meath, 2pm.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Urbleshanny Cemetery, Scotstown, at the Grave of Vol. Seamus McElwain, at 2pm.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, at the Grave of Joe Stynes, Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, New York (East 233rd Street & Webster Avenue) National Irish Freedom Committee, More information:

Followed by Mass & Breakfast at 10am, Celebrant: Msgr. Patrick Moloney,
Sponsored by FoIF, Sean glaigh Na hireann, Bronx Gaelic League, at the Green Tree Riverdale Ave & W. 259th St, Riverdale, Bronx, NY.


Easter Sunday, wreath-laying ceremonies throughout the County.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Ballinlough, 12 Noon, parade to IRA Memorial

Elphin, parade to County Roscommon Memorial after 11:30 Mass.

Easter Sunday County Commemoration, Granlahan Cemetery at the Grave of Vol. Michael J. Keane, Ballinlough, 3pm.


Sligo Town, Easter Sunday, wreath-laying ceremony at Republican Plot, Sligo Cemetery.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Hunger Strike Memorial, Banba Square,
Nenagh, 10am.


Holy Saturday, wreath-laying ceremony at Edendork, Co. Tyrone at the Grave of Fian James McCaughey, 10am.

Holy Saturday, Carrickmore at the Grave of Frank Ward at 6pm.


Holy Saturday, wreath-laying ceremony at Statue on quay, Waterford City, 3pm.


Holy Saturday, Commemoration at the Grave of Paddy Dermody, Fore, 4pm.

Easter Sunday, wreath-laying ceremonies throughout the County.


Easter Sunday Commemoration, Republican Plot, St. Ibar's Cemetery, Crosstown, Assemble at Cresent Quay, Wexford at 3pm.

*Function after in Brown's Pub*

Mass for all who died for Ireland, Church of the Immaculate Conception, Rowe Street, 11am.


Holy Saturday, 3pm, wreath-laying at Hollywood Cemetery, West Wicklow


author by Anti-elitistpublication date Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:45Report this post to the editors

This seems to be a list of Republican Sinn Fein/CIRA supporter events that are taking place, not the republican movement, or is RSF still doing its best to be elitist and claiming to still be the one and only true republican movement despite there being organisations that are far more capable the RSF such as 32CSM and RNU

author by Reddypublication date Mon Mar 29, 2010 16:21Report this post to the editors

What time on easter Sunday is the Sligo one at? Wouldnt mind going to it

author by new lodge socialistpublication date Wed Mar 31, 2010 08:50Report this post to the editors

It seems for some the confused ideas of Adams still linger, his movements idea of creating a version 'republicanism ' where its built to suit yourself is best evidenced by the multitude of 'republican movements' who are currently doing the rounds on this island. As an independent socialist, who might not technically be republican in the capital R sense, there is no doubt that Rsf is (in the capital R sense). This puts them ahead ideologically of the others who by and large are simply more militant version of Adams/Pira, ie: eirigi politically, 32csm in 'the other way'.

I have my own disagreements with them, but on republicanism they are the RM and there is no way around that no matter how it may infuriate.

Rsf are the Republican Movement which has always been around and have always existed. I'm not alone in this as a socialist, as socialists around the world from Turkey to Palestine recognise Rsf as, even far all its faults, as the revolutionary republican current in Ireland. I would also include IRSP as,again there is a strong ideological framework in how and why they operate. neither are in reaction to the GFAs shortcomings but on ideas that pre exist it.

I could also point out that in my reading of this site one cannot help but notice that Rsf comrades don't seem to occupy themselves to snipe on posts these other more capable (who somehow aren't capable enough organise more than a handful of 1916 rising commemorations) but that might be indicative that they hold something else that these others do not possess: confidence.

author by Rockite - Nonepublication date Sat Apr 03, 2010 02:51author address Limerickauthor phone not relevantReport this post to the editors

Irish nationalism, and loyalism, from their first expression to this very day, have been bedevilled by informers and spies. Many times over the centuries,all forms of organised nationalism, pacifist or forceful, have been betrayed time and time and time again by perverted elements within such organisations and groups. It is an ignoble fact of life that Irish secret societies (including loyalist -pro-British) have never been free of the in-built native traitor-informer.

Today, we only have to look at the current crop of organisations to see the truth of this assertion. What is most shameful, those in positions of trust at the very heart and head of the organisations have been exposed as traitors- even those responsible for preventing such treaachery; and having the power of life or death over their own rank-and-file members!

Any faith or trust in any such organisation, be it loyalist or republican-nationalist, is not possible in such circumstances. Support or membership of such movements is dangerous and life-threatening, not least the danger from ones comrades and friends.That has been proved time and again. Just who can you trust?

That is the one and only reason why such Irish movements and secret societies, whatever their allegiances, will never succeed in their aims,and never have in the past centuries!

We hear of our '700 years' occupation.' No wonder! It was not for the want of trying that nationalism failed! And when partial freedom came,the administration of our sad country was, and has become worse than it was under British rule! Traitors of a different sort ensured this fact.

I am certain that these assorted secret, movements are fated to fail and fail again - splintering into various offshoots when they run out of road or credibility; as is happening at this time.

Is there anything more telling than the plethora of republican designations such as "official,provisional,real, continuity?"

It reminds one of the Rocky films - 1,2,3 - ad infinitum.

Old disillusioned Republicans never die, they just rise from the ashes like the phoenix - born-again with a new brand and a new name - over and over and over again- for eternity.

As for the loyalists -they don't bear talking about.

The most scurrilous and reprehensible fact of all,however, is the fact that former members of the various organisations have slipped so easily into base crime, drug-pushing, smuggling, and other common criminality.

No wonder modern Republicanism and Loyalism can never depend for their existence on the noble credibility, respect and honourable idealism of their political ancestry - be it Tone, Pearse and Brugha or Carson and the loyalist pantheon of iconic leaders. They were personally men of honour and loyalty - but their movements were also bedevilled by spies and informers.

It is time to acknowledge the reality and realist that the existence of informers in all such organisations means that they are doomed from the start; it has always been so, and always will be so. Only a blinkered fool would become involved in such treacherous organisations.

Read the various republican sites and see the hatred expressed for former comrades-in-arms!! Same as after the Treaty, and just as bitter, now that the second wave of gunmen has entered the Dail! I presume that they can now be designated (as the Free-Staters were the second wave of Tans) the 'third wave of Tans?'

And it will happen again in the future with a fresh crop! Don't believe me? Read the history books!

Bodh ciall agaibh,in ainm D!

author by anti-zionistpublication date Sun Apr 04, 2010 12:23Report this post to the editors

I share your concern Rockite , but the Easter Rising wasnt betrayed by informers.They say that youre never more than ten metres from a rat , but that shouldnt stop you from going about your everyday business, surely.

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