Rathfarnham Walk and Talk

Rathfarnham Historical Society Walk and Talk

“Rathfarnham – Touched by Faith, Surrounded by History”

7, The Moravians in Dublin opened a burial ground

Image from Patrick Comerford

 

 Saturday 20th May

11.30 am (sharp)- Meet at the Moravian Graveyard, Whitechurch Road.

 Duration approx. 1 hour 15 mins.

All are welcome – sub €4.00

 

The tour will include the ancient church, old and private graveyards, private     houses, and famous people that lived in the area.

 

Rathfarnham Historical Society 1916 History Walk

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Volunteers at Church of the Annunciation, Rathfarnham. Courtesy of the Pearse Museum.

Rathfarnham Historical Society are holding a  History Walk Commemorating ‘Pearse’s Own’ Rathfarnham 1916 Volunteers

 

 on Saturday 29th April, commencing at 11.30 am

Meet outside the old cemetery gate in Rathfarnham Village (near AIB bank) at 11:30 am. The walk will proceed through the village finishing at the Pearse museum St Enda’s Park. The duration of the walk is approx. 90 minutes. Along the way you’ll pass the homes of most of the local volunteers who fought in the GPO in 1916.
 

All are welcome

Rathfarnham Historical Society November Meeting

Rathfarnham Historical Society will hold their November meeting tomorrow, 3rd November, at 8:00 pm in the Church of Ireland Parish Centre, Rathfarnham Village.

Chairman of the Society, Gregory O’Connor, will give a talk titled

‘Glimpses of Life in Rathfarnham at the Turn of the 20th Century’

All welcome! Admission for non-members is €4.00.

Tallaght Historical Society Talks 2016/17

Tallaght Historical Society’s Lectures for the 2016/17 season have commenced. All lectures take place at 7:00 p.m. in the County Library, Tallaght, and all are welcome. No booking required.

2016

October 11th – Life after the Twelve Locks by Mick KinehanTaylors Map of Tallaght 1816 showing the many mills in the area

November 8th – Dublin from Old Photographs by Cormac Lowth

November 22nd – The Shape we’re in: the history of the map of Ireland by Michael Keyes

December 13th – Leo Swan Memorial Lecture – Archaeologist Neil Jackman will give a talk on his recent findings at the Hell Fire Club.

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2017

January 10th – History of the Garda Siochána by Gerry Lovett

February 14th – A History of the GAA by David Griffith

March 14th – Edward Trevor, beast of Kilmainham by Michael Ó Doibhilín

April 11th – If those Trees Could Speak: the Massys of Killakee by Frank Tracy

May 9th – History of Ireland’s Round Towers by John Dolan

May 23rd – The Collection of the Irish Air Corps Museum by Michael Whelan

June 13th – Dublin Housing in the 1800s by Seán Bagnall