Sisters by June Levine
Next Book Club: December 6th. The book: Sisters by June Levine
th at Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge, Lower Stephen Street. This month’s book is June Levine’s ‘Sisters: The Personal Story of an Irish Feminist’.
To find out more join the IFN Book Club group on Facebook and all are welcome to join (even if you don’t get a chance to read the book!). You can also click attending on the event here.
What: Discussion of June Levine’s ‘Sisters’ at the IFN Book Club
When: Tuesday, December 6th at 7pm
Where: Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge, 23 Lower Stephen Street
Accents is located just off Stephen’s Green, their Facebook page is here and website here. Directions walking from Stephens Green shopping centre here.
The IFN needs YOU!
Want to get involved? Want to tell us what we should be doing?
Now’s your chance….!
Our 1st volunteer meeting will take place at 7pm on Tuesday,
December 13th at the Duke pub.
This will be an introductory meeting to talk about our activities, give you a chance to share your opinion and gather your feedback on the IFN. It will also be an opportunity to meet like-minded people over pints, share experiences and make new friends.
In future we would like to hold monthly volunteer meetings. We would like to revive the IFN’s old Feminism in the Pub series, but we can't do that without you guys! At each meeting we’ll discuss a particular issue or campaign.
Come along, air your views and make your suggestions.
Want to write for the blog?
Want to organise campaigns?
Want to inspire a feminist revolution..?
We’re right there with you!
Everyone is welcome and we would love to see you there!
The Irish Feminist Network Christmas Pub Quiz takes place next Wednesday (November 30th) at 8pm in Doyle’s Pub, 8/9 College Street (on the corner of Fleet Street and D’Olier Street).
Tables cost €25 (or €5 per person) and drinks deal will be available on the night. There will also be a cake sale and spot prizes throughout the evening for funniest answer, best team name, and biggest feminist.
All are welcome and those worried about their feminist credentials will be relieved to hear the questions will be general knowledge (but we’ll sneak one feminist round in there!)
The aim of the quiz is to raise funds for future IFN events and campaigns and to support the ongoing work of the organisation in the areas of research and policy development.
Come along for Christmas craic!
You can RSVP to the Facebook event here or email us at email@example.com for more information.
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