Newsletter – Best Wishes to All for 2018

The year started with a magnificent sold-out St Brigid’s Dinner on Saturday 3r rd    February 2018. A full report follows below. Where We Stand The QIA enters its 120th year of service to those who are Irish born or of Irish Heritage, as well as to the broader Queensland community. Recent years have been very difficult for the QIA, and we lost our beloved Tara House in Elizabeth St. However, the spirit of the QIA lives on. We are very grateful to those members who have renewed their membership and those who have become members. We encourage all who have been members in the past to re-join.…

WELCOME TO THE MAY 2018 NEWSLETTER OF THE QUEENSLAND IRISH ASSOCIATION

May was another significant month in the restoration of the QIA. Membership continues to grow steadily as new members join and former members re-join. Thank you for your support. MEMBERSHIP CARDS Membership cards have been produced and were distributed to those who attended the Irish Entertainment/Card Collection Evening on the 12th of May.…

2018 QIA Member Survey

Dear QIA Members and Friends, Welcome to the 2018 QIA Member Survey. We’re currently going through a Strategic Planning process to help determine the future direction of your QIA and we appreciate you taking the time to provide us with your valuable feedback.…

Newsletter April 2018

WELCOME TO THE APRIL NEWSLETTER OF THE QUEENSLAND IRISH ASSOCIATION March was the busiest month for the Queensland Irish community with many events held as part of the Queensland Irish Festival culminating in Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations.…

Newsletter – Best Wishes to All for 2018

The year started with a magnificent sold-out St Brigid’s Dinner on Saturday 3r rd    February 2018. A full report follows below. Where We Stand The QIA enters its 120th year of service to those who are Irish born or of Irish Heritage, as well as to the broader Queensland community.…