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A seminar on the County Westmeath Heritage Plan 2010-2015 will take place in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Monday May 25, from 8-10pm.
Would you like to join the team that operates the very successful website Historical Ballinrobe, www.historicalballinrobe.com? Join this enthusiastic voluntary team and learn how to operate and manage a website, create a local history archive, and write articles for publication.
A public meeting discussing the most recent archaeological finds in the Claregalway area will take place in the Harbour Hotel, Dock Road, on Monday at 7.30pm.
The hoard of Early Bronze Age goldwork which formed part of the contents of a pharmacy safe stolen from Sheehan’s Chemists, Strokestown, Co Roscommon, in March 2009 was officially opened by Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht in the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, yesterday (Thursday). Safe Secrets: the Story of the Coggalbeg Hoard will be on display until Summer 2012.
National Heritage week runs until Sunday with a wide range of events being held across the country. It is the aim of the Heritage Council to protect and enhance the richness, quality and diversity of our national heritage for everyone and this week the Heritage Council works to increase awareness of Ireland’s national heritage and to highlight its importance to public policy and everyday life.
A renowned archaeological photographer is to deliver a talk in the Prince of Wales Hotel in Athlone next Tuesday November 2.
Dolmens are ancient portal stone burial sites found throughout Ireland, Britain, and Brittany and are places of archaeological and spiritual importance - but are they really places to have fun?
The forthcoming lecture organised by the Old Athlone Society will take place in the Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone, at 8pm. on Tuesday April 27.
What were Irish farmhouses like in the 19th century? Did they differ in different parts of the country? How did people decorate them? What do they tell us of life in those days?
The identification of burial grounds all over south Mayo is holding up development in the area.