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141st Parade on March 18th 2018

Paddy's
Newsletter

February 2017
Volume 32

Upcoming Events

Date Events Place
MARCH
3
Legion’s Green Sale
Saturday 1:30 PM
Organised by the Legion
Legion
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
3
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Saturday 6:00 PM
Hotel Grand Central
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
10
Medieval Evening and Celebration of the Irish
Saturday 6:30 PM
Legion
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
10
Calum Graham Show
Saturday 8:00 PM
Organised by the Centre d'art de Richmond
Centre d'art de Richmond
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
11
St Pat's Mass
Sunday 9:30 AM
Ste-Bibiane Church
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
13
Green Bingo
Tuesday 14:00
Organised by Charles Lachance
CHSLD
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
16
« Grand Central Gone Green »
Friday night
Organised by the Hôtel Grand Central
Hôtel Grand Central
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
17
Irish Concert with « Le Grand-Messe »
Saturday 8:00 PM
Organised by the Centre d'art de Richmond
Centre d'art de Richmond
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
18
Legion's Brunch
Sunday 9:00 AM
Organised by the Legion
Legion
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
18
141st St Patrick's day Parade
Sunday 2:00 PM

Richmond, Québec
MARCH
18
After the Parade celebrations
After the Parade
Legion (Sam Morrissey and Memories group).
Great ambiance: Hôtel Grand Central, Amigo Pub et Justin Time
MARCH
18
Folk Dance
Sunday 3:00 PM
Organised by Danse Trad
Ste-Famille Center
Richmond, Québec
MARCH
25
St. Pat’s Brunch
Sunday 9:00 AM
Legion
Richmond, Québec

The Book

The book, Irish Settlement and National Identity in the Lower St. Francis Valley is written by Peter Southam, a retired history professor from University Sherbrooke and published by the Richmond St. Patrick’s Society.
The book describes two hundred years of Irish presence in the Lower St-Francis Valley, a section of Quebec’s Eastern Townships that surrounds the Town of Richmond. Much of the source of information for the book was provided by local families. Part I deals with Irish rural settlements and then part II focuses on the Richmond’s St-Patrick’s Society.