Irish genealogy, history and heritage events, 24 Oct. to 6 Nov.
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Tuesday 25 October: Islandmagee DNA Project Update, with Anne Johnston. Online. Hosted by North of Ireland Family History Society, Belfast Branch. 7:30pm–9pm BST. Free. All welcome. Non-members wishing to attend should e-mail the branch secretary at [email protected] and they will be sent the link.
Tuesday 25 October: A pictorial tour of Antrim and Down through the eyes of Lord Mark Kerr, by Anne Casement. An in-person and online meeting hosted North of Ireland Family History Society, Causeway C&G Branch. Free. 8pm–9:30pm. Venue: Sandel Centre, Knocklynn Road, Coleraine, Co. LondonDerry. All welcome. Details.
Tuesday 25 October: How the ESB brought electricity to West Clare, with Brian McMahonan. An in-person event hosted by the Kilrush and District Historical Society. Presentation follows the Society’s AGM. AGM 7:30pm. Talk 8pm. Venue: Teach Ceoil in Kilrush. All welcome. Free to members. Non-members €5 on the door.
Tuesday 25 October: The Murder of Michael Collins, an audio-visual and performance event with Paddy Cullivan. In-person. Venue: The Dublin Liberties Distillery 33 Mill Street, Dublin 8. 8pm to 10pm. Tickets €15, includes complimentary glass whiskey.
Tuesday 25 October: The Irish Civil War: the British Perspective, an online lecture by Professor Heather Jones. Part of the Civil War in Ireland: New Perspectives’ series, a collaboration between the National Library of Ireland and the Atlas of the Irish Revolution editorial team, University of…
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