Limerick Merchant Houses and their former occupants. Mon Jan 9th,2017

Tony Browne will give a presentation on Limerick Merchant Houses and their former occupants on Monday Jan 9th at 8PM.  Venue Mary Immaculate College room 208.  Admission free, all welcome.

Sharon Slater - A Pictorial History of Limerick - Mon Dec 12th 8:00PM


Limerick Historical Society December lecture will be 'A pictorial tour of Limerick' by well known local historian Sharon Slater.  Venue: Room 203 in Mary Immaculate College on Monday 12 December at 8p.m.

Clans and Surnames of Limerick - Mon, Nov. 14th 2016


This month's lecture  by Lorna Moloney on the Clans and Surnames of Limerick will take place in Room 203 Mary Immaculate College at 8PM.  All welcome as usual.

History of Cleeves Factory & the Dairy Industry in Limerick - Mon, Oct 10th:8PM

   This month's lecture will be given by Michael O'Sullivan and will explore the history of Cleeves factory and the Creamery industry in Limerick City and County.  Lecture venue is Room 203, Mary Immaculate College on Mon 10th at 8PM and all are welcome as usual.  

Summer Walks: Edward Street - Wed, Sept 14th

Limerick Historical Society will hold its next evening walk on Wednesday 14th September.    We will commence at the People’s Park new gate (opposite the Railway Station) at 7 p.m. From there we will proceed up Edward Street and take in some sights along the way.  We will finish with a talk on Limerick Clothing factory which commenced trading in 1850.  Everybody is welcome and there is no charge.

Summer Walks: Barrington's Hospital and Munster Masonic Centre - Wed, Aug 10th

Limerick Historical Society will hold its next evening walk on Wednesday 10th August.  Assemble at Barrington's Hospital, George's Quay at 7PM.  After a talk on the Hospital we will proceed to Castle Street for a guided tour of the North Munster Masonic Centre.

Summer Walks: St Camillus' Hospital and area - Wed July 13th

    Our next outing on Wed. 13th July starts from St.Camillus' Hospital, Shelbourne Road at  7PM.  There will be a brief talk on the hospital which is the former City Home and previously Limerick Union Workhouse.  We will then walk to St' Brigid's graveyard in Kileely and finally to the Pauper's Burial Ground at Watch House Cross taking in other sites of historical interest along the way.

Summer Walks: King's Island Military Graveyard - Wed June 8th at 7:00 PM

 King's Island Military Cemetery was opened in 1856 and contains 150 burial plots, 39 of which are Commonwealth War Graves.  It is located in St Marys Park and and is unknown to many Limerick people.  Tony Browne will give a guided tour of the graveyard and other historical features in the area. (Villiers Alms House & St Munchin's Church).

Assemble in front of King John's Castle at 7PM and we will proceed on foot to the cemetery.

 

The Building of Ardnacrusha


Venue: Mary Immaculate College - Geography Room on 2nd floor.  Monday, May 9th,2015  8:00PM.  All welcome.

What did Limerick people do in 1916?

The scheduled lecture will not be held due to the lecturer becoming ill    Tom Donovan will present a lecture called ‘What did Limerick people do in 1916?'   While we have heard much about Dublin during Easter Week, this lecture will focus on the part played by Limerick people.  The lecture will commence at 8 p.m on Monday Apr 11th.

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