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Gaelic Sunday in Los Angeles #51

Gaelic Sunday in Los Angeles #51

When

08/05/2018    
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Where

Pan Pacific Park Baseball Fields
7600 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90036
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Join us to celebrate Gaelic Sunday in Los Angeles!

WHERE: Pan Pacific Park Baseball Fields – 7600 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Here is exactly where we’ll be: https://goo.gl/maps/UggGLNLQXBU2

WHEN: 3pm on Sunday August 5th

Equipment provided – All you need to bring is water. All skill levels are welcome. So, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, come join us!

For those who are participating, make sure to fill out this waiver

Bring a friend!

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WHY THIS DAY IS IMPORTANT:

In 1918, British Authorities attempted a crackdown on GAA activities by insisting no matches could take place without prior written permission being sought and granted. The GAA not only objected they decided to defy the order and hold a match in every parish in Ireland at precisely the same time – 3pm on Sunday 4th August.

An estimated 54,000 players participated in a game with over 100,000 watching across the entire island. It all ran entirely without major incident and Forced the abandonment of the requirement to seek a license to play a GAA match.

#GaelicSunday

Summary
Event
Gaelic Sunday in Los Angeles #51
Location
Pan Pacific Park Baseball Fields, 7600 Beverly Blvd,Los Angeles,CA-90036
Starting on
August 5, 2018
Ending on
August 5, 2018
Join us to celebrate Gaelic Sunday in Los Angeles! WHERE: Pan Pacific Park Baseball Fields - 7600 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Here is exactly where we'll be: https://goo.gl/maps/UggGLNLQXBU2 WHEN: 3pm on Sunday August 5th Equipment provided - All you need to bring is water. All skill levels are welcome. So, whether you're a beginner or an experienced player, come join us! For those who are participating, make sure to fill out this waiver: https://playhurling.com/esign/ Bring a friend! ---- BACKGROUND ON THIS DAY: In 1918, British Authorities attempted a crackdown on GAA activities by insisting no matches could take place without prior written permission being sought and granted. The GAA not only objected they decided to defy the order and hold a match in every parish in Ireland at precisely the same time - 3pm on Sunday 4th August. An estimated 54,000 players participated in a game with over 100,000 watching across the entire island. It all ran entirely without major incident and Forced the abandonment of the requirement to seek a license to play a GAA match. #GaelicSunday
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