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|Date Of Meeting||Title||Speaker||Venue||Notes||Posted|
|Friday, 11th., February 2011 at 7:30pm||Trinity, Its Works & Pomps—THE TRINITY ESTATES||Jack Lane||Teachers' Club,|
|Sponsored by Church & State Magazine.|
|Monday, August 30th., 2010. 09:00 - 11:30 PM||Traditional Music Session||Local musicians, singers, storytellers & dancers||Scully’s Bar,|
|A session of traditional music celebrating the music, song, storeytelling and dance of the Duhallow & Sliabh Luachra districts with some of the area's leading local musicians, singers, storytellers & dancers.|
Tá an cead isteach saor agus tá ceád míle fáilte de gach duine. Admission is free and all are welcome.
|Sunday, August 29th., 2010. 02:00 PM||Guided Bus Tour of Clara||Fr. Seán Tucker||The tour commences at 14.00 at Millstreet’s Carnegie Hall.||Fr. Seán Tucker, author, antiquarian and historian from Ballydaly, Co. Cork, will lead this bus tour commencing at c.14.00 hrs in Millstreet Town. Seán has an indepth knowledge of his homeplace as is well documented in his two recent publications - The Origin and Development of the Parish of Millstreet & A View from Clara Mountain - The Poetry of Geoffrey Fionn Ó Dálaigh (tbc).|
The tour ticket is €10 per person which includes bus, handouts and the complimentary light picnic and refreshments. However donations and/or sponsorship for the event, which is costing in the region of €500, are encouraged and gratefully accepted. Tickets are currently available from the booking line at 087 9484169 087 9484169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please book your seat as early as possible as there are only a limited number of seats available (35 seater bus) on a first come first served basis.
|Saturday, August 28th., 2010. 07:00 - 09:00 PM||Canon Sheehan - A Turbulent Priest||Brendan Clifford||Bob's Upstairs Bar,|
|Brendan Clifford will deliver a talk on the famed and celebrated writer, the Doneraile Parish Priest Canon Sheehan who wasborn in Mallow in the 1850’s.|
It will be followed by a chaired Q&A session.
Admission Free. All Welcome.
|Saturday, August 28th., 2010. Time: 22.00 / 00.30 (doors at 21.30)||The Soul of the Songsmith||Singers, Songwriters, Poets & Musicians||Bob’s Upstairs Bar,|
|A musical celebration of the ancient bardic tradition of folk songwriting and musical composition. This acoustic music concert with singer/songwriters & musicians Eugene Brosnan, Searlais Ó Bhriain & Gearóid Ó Duinnín, Eoin Jordan, and Tadhg de Brún will feature the contemporary work of some of our foremost local songsmiths & musicians and will also include compositions from local songwriters/poets Edward Walsh, Dan Sheahan, Bill Flynn, Bill Cody & others from the Duhallow district covering the past two hundred years or so.|
Admission is by ticket only, available from the box office (tel: 087 9484169 / email email@example.com ) priced €10.
Please note that this venue is small and intimate so advance purchase is a good, no, GREAT, idea. Tickets are currently available from the box office.
Thanks in advance for your co-operation and support for this event.
|Friday, August 27th., 2010. 7:00 PM||BOOK LAUNCH: An Argument Defending The Right Of The Kingdom Of Ireland (1645) By Conor O'Mahony||John Minahane||Bob's Upstairs Bar|
|Book Launch introduced by John Minahane who has translated Conor O'Mahony's 1645 work from Latin into English for the first time.|
Admission Free. All Welcome.
|Friday, August 27th., 2010. 8:30 - 10:30 PM||Famine or Holocaust? How Many Died||Jack Lane||Bob's Upstairs Bar,|
|The talk will be followed by a chaired Q&A session.||2010-08-14|
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