An illustrated talk on the “Growing Up in the Marsh”

The Middle Parish Historical Society/Coal Quay Shawlies presents, as part of the Lifelong Learning Festival

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“Growing Up in the Marsh”

with local historian  Liam O’hUigín from http://www.corcaigh.net

Friday, March 23rd, 2018, from 7.30pm to 9.00pm

in the Middle Parish Community Centre, Grattan St. Cork

Liam’s passion for, and interest in, his native city is all consuming & inspiring. He has a unique style with great knowledge and humour, so you are guaranteed an engaging fun experience.

This is a free event and all are welcome.
Light refreshments will be served by the COAL QUAY SHAWLIES

Further Information contact:
Breda Scanlon  0894153500

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Street games of 1940’s, 50’s & 60’s

 

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Cork City Council presents, as part of the Lifelong Learning Festival

“Street games of 1940’s, 50’s & 60’s”

with local historian Liam O’hUigín from www.corcaigh.net

Thursday March 22th, 2018, from 11am.

in Tory Top Library, Tory Top Road, Ballyphehane, Cork.

A talk, with photographs, on growing up and play games, in Cork in the 40s & 50s. Liam’s passion for, and interest in, his native city is all consuming & inspiring. He has a unique style with great knowledge and humour, so you are guaranteed an engaging fun event.

No need to book, but do come early as these talks are always very popular.

Further Information contact:
Deirbhlie Dennehy on 0214924934 or deirbhile_dennehy@corkcity.ie

 

Street games of 1940’s, 50’s & 60’s

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Bishopstown Ladies Club presents, as part of the Lifelong Learning Festival

“Street games of 1940’s, 50’s & 60’s”

with local historian Liam O’hUigín from http://www.corcaigh.net

Wednesday March 21th, 2018, from 10.30am.

in The Curraheen Family Centre Meeting Room, Behind Church of the Real Presence,
Curraheen Road, Bishopstown, Cork

A talk, with photographs, on growing up and play games, in Cork in the 40s, 50’s & 60s.
Liam’s passion for, and interest in, his native city is all consuming & inspiring. He has a unique style with great knowledge and humour, so you are guaranteed an engaging fun event.

No need to book, but do come early as these talks are always very popular.

In my Mother & Father’s Time

Turners Cross Community Association presents as part of the Lifelong Learning Festival

“In my Mother & Father’s Time”

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with local historian Liam O’hUigín from http://www.corcaigh.net

Tuesday March 20th, 2018, from 7.30pm to 9.00pm

in Turners Cross Community Centre,  Curragh Road, Cork

A talk, with photographs, on growing up in Cork in the 40s & 50s. Liam’s passion for, and interest in, his native city is all consuming & inspiring. He has a unique style with great knowledge and humour, so you are guaranteed an engaging fun night.

No need to book, but do come early as these talks are always very popular.

For more info contact Joe Curtin:
Phone: 086 259 1362
Email: turnerscrossinfo@gmail.com
Facebook/Twitter: TurnersCrossCA

Life and Death of Terence MacSwiney illustrated talk

Hear the story of Terence MacSwiney, former Lord Mayor of Cork in the first of our Cork Lifelong Learning Festival events.
Local historian Liam O’hUigín from http://www.corcaigh.net will present on this man’s remarkable life here in St. Peter’s 1pm on 20/3/18

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