Irish genealogy, history & heritage events, 20 February to 5 March
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Monday, 20 February: From Library to Museum: the Story of Larne Museum & Arts Centre, with Marian Kelso. A hybrid event hosted by the North of Ireland Family History Society’s Larne Branch. Booking necessary for in-person and online attendance. See details. Free. 7:15pm–8:45pm GMT.
Monday, 20 February: Inspired language: cursing and blessing in early modern Ireland, a hybrid talk with Dr Clodagh Tait. Hosted by Offaly History. In-person venue: Bury Quay, Tullamore, Co Offaly. All are welcome. For online zoom link, email info @ offalyhistory.com. 8pm.
Tuesday, 21 February: With An Artist’s Eye: The Photography of Mary Alice Young of Galgorm Castle, Ballymena. An in-person exhibition launch at PRONI, Titanic Boulevard, Belfast. Refreshments served from 12:30pm. Launch 1pm–2pm. Free. Need to book.
Tuesday 21 February: William Despard Hemphill and his contribution to Irish photography, an in-person talk with Dr Karol Mullaney Dignam. Hosted by Tipperary Studies. Venue: The Source Library, Thurles, Co Tipperary. 7pm. Free. All welcome. Details.
Wednesday 22 February: The Ghost Limb – Alternative Protestants, 1798 and now, by Claire Mitchell. Book launch and discussion. In-person at James Connolly Visitor Centre, 374-376 Falls Rd, Belfast, BT12 6DG. 7pm. Register by email to info @ arasuichonghaile.com.
Thursday 23 February: The Night of the Big Wind, with Peter Carr. A hybrid event hosted by the North of Ireland Family History Society’s Ballymena Branch….
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