Learn about Ireland’s constitution and what it meant for the development of the Republic over the past eight decades.
Presented by the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. Four Wednesdays, beginning May 13, from 7:15-8:15pm. This class meets online on Zoom. Class confirmation email will contain the Zoom class link. Article 4 of the Irish constitution adopted in 1937 by the government under Éamon de Valera states that Éire is the name of the state, or in the English language, Ireland. Join Sean to learn about the constitution and what it meant for the development of the Republic over the past eight decades. $80/$75 for members. To register, visit www.cultural-center.org