George Stacpoole Lecture

Limerick Historical Society will hold its next lecture on Monday December 9th next at 8 p.m.
The lecture will be given George Stacpoole, antiques dealer from Adare. He will talk about his life and the history of the Stacpoole family, which originated at Edenvale, Ennis, County Clare.
Lecture in Room T18, Tara Building, (near Lime Tree Theatre)Mary Immaculate College.
Everybody is welcome.

My father was in the first Dáil in 1919

John Collins will discuss his father Con Collins, who was a member of the first Dáil in 1919. 
Lecture in Room T17, Tara Building, (near Lime Tree Theatre), Mary Immaculate College.
Time: 8PM on Monday, Nov 11th. -  Everybody is welcome.

For additional information Tom Donovan's article about Con Collins can be found here: 

My grandfather Eamon De Valera by Eamon O Cuiv

Limerick Historical Society will hold its first lecture of the winter season on Monday October 14th next at 8 p.m..
Éamon Ó Cuív will discuss his grandfather Eamon De Valera, former President of Ireland and his limerick connections.
Lecture in Room T17, Tara Building, (near Lime Tree Theatre), Mary Immaculate College. Everybody is welcome.

Summer Walks 2019: Glentworth Street & O'Connell Street - Wed, Sep 11th at 7PM

Limerick Historical Society's last scheduled walk of 2019 will take in part of O'Connell Street and Glentworth Street.  Tony Browne will speak about The Chamber of Commerce, Christ Church (Presbyterian & Methodist), The Pain Brothers and other buildings as we encounter them.  We will also visit the Dominican Church.
Non members welcome.  Assemble at The White House at 7PM

Summer Walks 2019: Henry Street - Wed, Aug 14th at 7PM

Limerick Historical Society will hold its next evening walk on Wednesday August 14th next. The historic walk along O’Curry Street and Henry Street will take in the Sailor’s Home, Shannon Arms Hotel (formerly Hanna Villier’s School) and a visit to the Redemptorist Church.

Meet outside Sexton's pub in Henry Street at 7 p.m. Everybody is welcome.

Summer Walks 2019: Clonlara - Wed, July 10th at 7PM

Limerick Historical Society's next next evening outing is to Clonlara, County Clare, next Wednesday July 10th. Local historian Freddie Bourke will give a guided tour of the Church of Ireland and graveyard in Clonlara.

Meet outside Brown Thomas main door on O’Connell Street at 6 30 p.m. from where we will proceed to Clonlara. Everybody welcome and lifts available for people without transport.

Rendezvous point:@ 6:30 PM


Summer Walks 2019: North Circular Road - Wed, Jun 12th at 7PM

The next Limerick Historical Society evening walk is on next Wednesday 12th June. Our walk along the North Circular Road will recall the development of the area through its historic houses such as Belle-Vue, Kyleglass and Deravoher.

Meet outside the Salesian School, Fernbank at 7 p.m. Everybody is welcome.

Summer Walks 2019: Wolfe Tone Street - Wed, May 8th at 7PM

The historic walk along Wolfe Tone Street will take in Limerick's former Jewish quarter ('Little Jerusalem') and the two former synagogues. The walk will conclude with a visit to the site of Limerick Clothing factory.

Meet outside Bobby Byrne's pub at 7 p.m. Everybody is welcome.

Christianity in Ireland before St. Patrick: Mon Apr 8th,8PM

Was there Christianity in Ireland before St Patrick? 
Alf Monaghan traces the origin of pre-Christian religious beliefs in Ireland. He will link Irish monasticism with the early Irish Church and the Coptic Church. Lecture at 8 p.m. on Monday 8th April 2019 in Room T17, Tara Building,  (near Lime Tree Theatre) Mary Immaculate College                                         

Rrevisiting 1950's Limerick: Mon Mar 11th,8PM

Limerick Historical Society monthly lecture for March will be "Notes towards a memory book: Revisiting 1950's Limerick" by Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh, Emeritus Professor of History at NUIG.  Lecture is  on Monday March 11th at 8 p.m. in Mary Immaculate College.  Go to Room T17 in the Tara Building .  Note that this is a new location!  Admisssion is free and non members are welcome.  


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