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    Merrion Square Open Day 2016

    Exhibitions, Talks and Tours Davenport Hotel, 8–10 Merrion Street Lower, www.davenporthotel.ie, t: 01 607 3500 Afternoon tea courtesy of the Davenport Hotel. You are welcome between 10am–12pm to the Davenport Hotel’s newly refreshed President’s Bar. […]

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    Lost Fashion History of Merrion Square

    The Lost Fashion History of Dublin Tours  are a unique series of tours which explores Dublin’s stylish past. Fashion historian Ruth Griffin of the blog Rua Ruth will bring you on a saunter through the centuries to discover the […]

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    Walking Tour of Merrion Square (SOLD OUT)

    Join Ingenious Tours for a tour of Merrion Square. Discover the history of the Square, famous names who lived here and the changes that have occurred during its 250 years. Tours free, places limited. Tickets […]

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    Monday talks at the RSAI

    The RSAI runs an annual programme of Monday talks. Talks are held in the Helen Roe theatre at 7.30pm on the given date. Both Members and guests are very welcome. 10 March 2014 Landscape and […]

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    Spring Lectures in the Central Catholic Library

    Held at 6:30 pm in the library. All welcome. Admission Free.

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    Lectures at the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

    31 October 2013 – Frank Mitchell Memorial Lecture “Mulieres Nudae, Carnes Crudae”: Gaelic Ulster, Impressions And Realities Dr. Katherine Simms, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin, Member 11 November 2013 Warships, U-boats & Liners – World […]

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    Lectures at the Central Catholic Library

    Central Catholic Library Autumn Lecture Programme 2013 All lectures at 6.30 pm in the library Tuesday September 24th Dr Christopher Moriarty The Liffey: legends, literature and landscape Tuesday October 8th Dr Lisa Godson Catholicism, public […]

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    Irish Fisheries, Food Products and Exports: A historical perspective

    The Discovery Programme, in association with the Agricultural History Society of Ireland and the Irish Environmental History Network is pleased to announce a conference entitled ‘ Irish Fisheries, Food Products and Exports: A historical perspective’ […]

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    Culture Night at the National Museum of Ireland/ Natural History

    Nocturnal Nature – Owls, Bats, Bugs and even Jellyfish! Join us for an evening of tours and art to discover what swims, scurries and flies around in the dark. See a once-off display by the […]

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    Culture Night at the Irish Manuscripts Commission

    Members of the Irish Manuscripts Commission will be available to discuss the importance of preserving primary manuscript sources or history and records of all kinds. A presentation of the Commission’s most significant publications since its […]

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    Culture Night at the National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street, Museum of Archaeology

    Culture Night: Experimenting with Flint Discover the insights that experimental archaeology can give us in to flint-working and observe the skills needed to knap flint at a demonstration by students from the UCD School of […]

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