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1848 Tricolour festival launch N


ow in its seventh year as a festival, Waterford City’s 1848 Tricolour Celebration, seems to grow and


get better every year. Committee Chair, Paul Dower commented, “We have yet again been able to deliver a very wide and varied programme for 2017, with the support, help and guidance of Waterford Council. It was always going to be difficult to follow last year’s 1916-2016 Centenary Year Celebra- tions, but I do believe that we have managed to, at the very least, equal what we did last year. All the weekend event information is readily available on our website ww- w.1848tricolour.com” The very busy 2017 programme will


include possibly Ireland’s largest re-enact- ment event in 2017, titled “The Road to Independence”. The period re-enactment will take place at 2pm on Saturday, 4th March, outside the City’s Bishop’s Place and on The Mall. The main Flag Raising ceremony will take


place outside the House of Waterford Crys- tal, on The Mall, from 2:45, on Sunday 5th March. Additional new events for 2017 will include; on Friday 3rd March, an exhibition


of the City’s archive material on Thomas Frances Meagher, titled “Meagher’s Flag for Waterford”, taking place in the Central Library, Lady Lane. This event will happen in conjunction with an Irish Defence Forces Recruitment Day. On Friday, 3rd March, from 7:30pm, the Sabai Restaurant will host a dinner and historic talk by Dr Christina Henri, titled “Irish Convicts in Tasmania”. The weekend is supported by a week-


long schools education series, which will see Thomas Frances Meagher visit literally thousands of local school children. The pro- motion of the symbolism of the Irish Flag, is the theme of these visits and will happen in conjunction with a Waterford City Museums awareness programme. Further information can be found at;


www.1848tricolour.com and on Facebook; www.facebook.com/1848Tricolour/.


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