Wednesday, 30 October 2013
Thursday, 24 October 2013
Wednesday, 23 October 2013
Thursday, 17 October 2013
Wednesday, 16 October 2013
Friday, 11 October 2013
Michael Mac Mahon is a past vice-president and an honorary life member of the Clare Archaeological & Historical Society. He holds an MA in History & Local Studies from the University of Limerick and is a former member of the Heritage Council. He has written extensively on the history, folklore, literature and placenames of County Clare and has contributed many articles to ‘The Other Clare’ magazine over the years. Michael has also donated the following articles to Clare County Library's website:
The Abbey of Inisgad (Canons’ Island), Co. Clare.
Agrarian Conflict in Clare: 1815 – 1831.
The Charter of Clare Abbey and the Augustinian ‘Province’ in County Clare.
Clare’s Gaelic Bardic Tradition.
Customs, Lore and Legend of Other Clare Days.
Education in the Parish of Corofin.
From Clare to Van Diemen’s Land: Some forgotten Mothers of Tasmania.
From the Hindenburg Line to Rineen: Peter Vaughan, Toor, Lahinch, Co. Clare.
James Delargy and the Storymen of North Clare.
Naming the Land: Reflections on Co. Clare Place-Names.
Old Territorial Divisions & Land Measures.
My Lovely Rose Of Clare - Clare Hurlers Homecoming in Kilkishen. Posted on Youtube on the 5th of October 2013 by Finola Cotter.
"Clare Hurling Anthem - Sung by Cherish the Ladies + Cathie Ryan. Glor, Ennis County Clare, 4-10-2013." Posted on Youtube on the 5th of October 2013 by Maurice Sheehan.
Thursday, 3 October 2013
Tuesday, 1 October 2013
On Thursday, 3rd October at 1pm there will be a lunchtime lecture on the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, given by Jakub Kacprzak, a grandson of an insurgent.
A morning talk on Multi-culturalism in Poland will held on Saturday, 5th October at 11 am. This will be given by Marcin and Marina Piotrowski, members of the Folkowisko association. In the afternoon the Polish film series will continue with the movie ‘A short film about killing’ which has an 18 certificate.
Exhibitions of Polish modern art continue at Clare Museum throughout the forthcoming week, featuring painting, photography and jewellery mostly by Polish immigrants living in Clare. Admission to all events and exhibition is free. For further details contact John Rattigan at 065-6823382.