A new year’s resolution isn’t exactly a new one, but it’s certainly not something new for Ireland.
It’s been going on for centuries, and has been celebrated in a variety of ways.
We’ve had New Years Eve and the New Year, which has seen a number of different celebrations around the country.
There are different traditions around Easter, which is celebrated around Christmas and New Years, and Easter Sunday is one of the most important days in Irish society, with a large number of festivals in the country that coincide with the celebration of the birth of Jesus.
Now, if you want to celebrate a new year on January 2nd, the Irish Times is hosting a new Year of Revolutions, which aims to be a unique celebration for everyone.
It will be held on January 3rd at The Irish Times at 3:00pm.
The theme for the event is: ‘Revolutions are coming, but we’re not ready yet’.
The event will also be held in different venues around the city, with the largest event being at The New Theatre at the corner of Clare Street and the corner at Clare Street, with more than 100 people expected.
“We’re not going to be running this as a regular show,” the event’s organisers, The New Times, told The Irish News.
“We’re looking for people to come and celebrate the revolution and give a shout out to the people who helped bring about it in 2017, whether that be through volunteering or simply having a good time.”
The organisers say that their aim is to create a “celebration of Ireland in 2017”.
This is part of the celebration, as well as an opportunity to give back to the country, with an option to donate to charity.
There will be a number on hand, from the local bar to the Irish Museum, the theatre and the local community.
“There will also have a variety in there to meet up with the other celebrations,” said the organisers.
“You’ll see people at the pub, or the bar and you’ll see the people at work, and you may even see a couple of locals that you’ve never met before.
You’ll be able to say hello to a couple friends and have a good chat.”
The event will be free, and the organisers have already received over 500 RSVPs.
The event is set to take place from 3:30pm until 5:00am on January 4th.
“This event is meant to be celebratory,” the organisers said.
“It’s not meant to celebrate the Irish Revolution, nor is it meant to give a speech or a declaration of a revolution.
It is meant as a celebration of Ireland and the revolution.”
More info:The New Times is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1940476527595518/