Welcome to Dublin, Ireland
Welcome to Dublin, Ireland.
Our Welcome to Dublin events are proudly sponsored by
1. Second Thursday Series
On the Second Thursday of every month (check this page for dates), you or anyone you know can join us at our Welcome to Dublin event from 6:00pm - 7:30pm.
2. Regular Host
Café en Seine
Come and join us for a conversation about something other than work! All ages and backgrounds welcome.
Please bring sufficient cash to pay for your own drinks and food (you don't need to buy a round of drinks for other guests). You may choose to purchase food items from the bar menu or invite other guests to join you at an alternative venue for dinner later in the evening. You do not need to order an alcoholic beverage.
Some guests remain until very late - you can stay as long as you like. If you would like a name tag, please arrive before 7:00pm.
It is an entirely self selected group - everyone who attends is looking to meet new people (whether you are a local, have moved to Dublin recently or moved here some time ago).
See the Dublin City website for public transport details http://www.dublincity.ie/RoadsandTraffic/Traffic/
There is no cost to attend this event
To be purchased by you on the night. You may like to bring some smaller notes and coins so that you can easily pay for your own refreshments.
7. This event is designed for
People who have moved to Dublin, from the country, interstate or overseas. This includes expatriates, migrants, international students, British repatriates, people on work assignment etc.
People visiting Dublin for work or pleasure. You can come on your own or with other people. You can stay for five minutes or five hours! Most guests usually arrive by 7pm.
In the past, this event has attracted both men and women, some single, some in relationships, some who have come on their own, some who have come with other people. Some people come on a regular basis and others only come once.
These people have moved to Dublin from countries all over the world, and have spoken many different languages and had many different faiths. Some are Dubliners who have returned to Dublin after time overseas and others have lived in Dublin a long time but still felt the need to connect with other newcomers (and share their wisdom and advice).
Whatever your story, you will be welcome at our events.
8. Event Description
This informal social event has been designed to help you meet other people who have moved to Dublin.
You may like to bring your own business or personal card to share with other people you meet or a small notepad and pen if you are given information from others that you would like to keep.
We usually attract between 50 and 100 people each month. We encourage everyone to move around during the evening so it is easy to meet other people. Everyone is most welcome and you can continue to attend other Welcome to Dublin events as frequently or as infrequently as you like.
These events are also held in other locations around the world and have been held in Dublin every month since 7 October 2010.
9. On arrival
You can introduce yourself to Brett and he will introduce you to others. Brett will also give you a sticky label name tag.
10. Assistance received from
These events are sometimes hosted by other representatives of Newcomers Network - please visit this page of the website for the latest information.
You can contact Brett Meyers directly via email@example.com or telephone
11. Other events and information
You may like to connect virtually with people via the Newcomers Network Dublin Ireland Facebook Group
12. How to tell us you are coming
Alternatively, if you prefer, you can send an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are more than welcome to share this information with other people you know.
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Event Listings in Dublin
Newcomers Network Dublin Ireland Facebook Group
Last update: 6th October 2010
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