The Irish Society, based in Houston, Texas, provides an
opportunity for all to experience the richness and diversity of our
Irish heritage on a nonpartisan, nonsectarian basis.
Within this website, you will find:
Information about us and our affiliate organizations
Our Calendar of Events
The Irish Society On-Line Newsletter
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The Irish Society of Houston  PO Box 820010  Houston, Texas 77282-0010
A NOTE: As many of you will know, our friends the Houston
Gaels, along with the rest of the Texas GAA community, did an
amazing job in 2014 to support young Gavin Glynn who traveled
from Ireland to Houston to receive treatment for a rare form of
cancer. Through the Gavin Glynn Foundation they are again
working to help a young Irish person come to Houston, the only
place where she can receive the treatment she needs to fight an
extremely rare form of cancer.

Shauntell's story was featured in the Irish Independent back home.
To learn more about Shauntell Tynan's story and to make a
donation please visit the link below:

Thanks again to the Houston Gaels for their continued good
Click Here for More Information

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Irish Network Houston
& The Houston Gaels
Family Day Picnic

Irish Network Houston & the Houston Gaels are hosting
a family day Sunday May 22nd from 1-4pm
Barbara Fish Daniel Picnic Pavilion
right on the Buffalo Bayou.

For more information Click Here

This is an opportunity for Irish community to get together in
family-friendly surroundings and enjoy an afternoon of fun and
games. We'll have kids games (ring toss, sack races, water balloon
spoon races, etc) with prizes. We also have a face painter/balloon
artist on site for the kids (and adults!)

We will also be providing food (meats) but require people to
bring a side dish of their choosing to share with the group.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

at the Bull & Bear Tavern

This years other big Irish Society social event of the season will
be held on
Wednesday June 15, 2016 (rain or shine).
We will  again  gather at the
Bull and Bear Tavern, hosted by
Irish Society member Tommy O'Reilly and his staff, located at
11980 Westheimer 7077 behind Specs, just west of Kirkwood.

The fun begins at
6:30PM with live music while enjoying your
complimentary welcoming beverage and light buffet, followed by
Irish dance from a new name in Houston, The Clann Kelly School
of Irish Dance. We wish to extend the invitation to all our Irish
Society members and their guests for this gathering which
celebrates a day , June the 16, 1904 to be exact, in the life of
Leopold Bloom, Joyce's character from his classic work Ulysses.
There is plenty of  parking available and alway great food at the
Bull and Bear, so mark you calendar and  your board of directors
will be pleased to see you there.