Commodore Barry Club of Brooklyn
Welcome to the Commodore Barry Club of Brooklyn
Commodore John Barry
Irish Immigrant
Revolutionary War Hero
Father of the American Navy
Promoting Irish American culture, activities and events.



The Commodore Barry Club held its Annual Social and Dance on Sunday, Nov. 16 at St. Patrick's auditorium, Brooklyn.
Members and guests danced to Irish and also international tunes played by Frank Keegan and Mary D. They enjoyed beer, soda and light fare.
State Senator Marty Golden, Judge John Ingram and Councilman Vincent Gentile attended.
Participation in a raffle was widely enjoyed.
President Mary Nolan and Councilman Vincent Gentile
Judge John Ingram, Pres. Mary Nolan and Sen. Marty Golden
Pres. Nolan and John Murray at the raffle
Kiernan Hamiltonand Donal Nolan provide a musical interlude
Frank Keegan and Mary D provide dance music and vocals

Thursday, March 12, 2015.  The Commodore Barry Club will celebrate Commodore Barry’s birthday at Commodore Barry Park, North Eliot PL between Park and Flushing Avenues, Brooklyn. Members meet at Harbor Car Service, 95 ST and 5 AVE, at 9:30 AM. Ceremonies commence at 11 AM. After parading into the park, members will attended a brief program. The ceremonies will culminate with a laying a wreath on the Commodore Barry Memorial.  Afterwards, members and guests will repair to Henry O’s Pub on Lawrence Street for a festive luncheon.

Sunday, March 15, 2015. The Club will march in the Brooklyn Irish American Parade. 9:00 AM Mass at Holy Name Church, 245 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn. Reception afterwards in the church hall.

Thursday, March 17, 2015, 8 AM.  Borough President Eric Adams will host a St. Patrick's Day breakfast at Brooklyn Borough Hall. The Club will present the Commodore Barry Award to Mary Lawler for her many contributions to Irish affairs.