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18 -20 July – Knowing Your Place: workshops and fieldtrips in the Burren

Two unforgettable days of creative learning workshops, field trips, networking events and inspirational people – leave with a whole new perspective on your ‘place’! This event is suitable for educators, parents and all those with a passion for their place and their local environment.


Throughout July – Hill of Tara lecture series 2013

Wednesdays at 8pm in July marks the Hill of Tara Lecture Series 2013. Lectures cover 3D Laser Scanning in Offaly, rock art at the Hill of Ward, digitally recording monuments and ogham stones in 3D.  Entry is free and lectures are being held at the Hill of Tara Visitor Centre.

18 August – The Rindoon Revival 2013

At the height of it’s fame in the late 13th century the Medieval town of Rindoon, in south Roscommon, was an important meeting place of diverse cultures. From 1.30 pm to 5 pm on Sunday 18th August 2013 St. John’s Parish Heritage Group are recreating this cultural exchange. Attend to witness what it was like when Rindoon held a religious or social festival and all the townsfolk, Irish and English, gathered to enjoy the day! Entry is FREE, however we invite adults to make a voluntary contribution (suggested donation €2) to our supported charity – The Carers Association. Get involved in the spirit of the day by attending in costume for the “family photograph” which will be taken at approx. 3 pm. This Irish Walled Towns Day event is organized by St. John’s Parish Heritage Group as part of Heritage Week 2013 and The Gathering 2013.

For more follow us on Facebook and Twitter or email rindoonrevival@gmail.com.

21 August – Irish family history beginner’s dayNHW2012_logoenglish

Join us and our partners findmypast.ie for a FREE Irish family history beginner’s day on 21 August in Dublin City Library and Archive. As part of National Heritage Week (17-25 August) we are holding an information day for anyone interested in tracing their Irish roots. On the day you can expect free demos of findmypast.ie and our nearly 70 million Irish family history records, expert advice from Eneclann’s team of genealogists to help get you started and hourly lectures on Irish ancestry.

14 September – Louth County Libraries Genealogical SeminarPages from Genealogy Seminar A5 Flyer

Eneclann’s Fiona will be speaking on ‘Survival Through Assimilation 1641-1800: evidence for the people of Ireland’ at the Louth County Libraries Genealogical Seminar. This free seminar is taking place on Saturday September 14th in Dundalk Branch Library. Read more about the Louth County Libraries Genealogical Seminar.

October – Genealogy course for Monaghan diaspora

Come to Monaghan in October as part of The Gathering Ireland 2013 to begin or continue your family history research for your Monaghan ancestors!

Find out more about these exciting programmes or register online.

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