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I've created and stickied this new thread to put up notices of upcoming genealogy events only.

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The IGRS and the Cork Genealogical Society are holding a 1 day conference on 19th March in the Clayton Hotel, Silversprings, Cork.

Further information and booking can be done through either society's website: IGRS or CGS

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The Genealogy Event sponsored by rootsireland among others is on in Fitzgerald's Woodlands House Hotel, Adare, Co. Limerick, September 2nd and 3rd, 2016.

Programme here. (.pdf file)

cobham Registered User

Genealogical Society of Ireland

Tues. April 12th 2015 8.00pm
'Quaker Family Records' - Noel Jenkins - at DFEi, Cumberland St, Dun Laoghaire

shanew Registered User

Irish Genealogical Research Society (IGRS), open day, Dublin City Library, Pearse St. on Saturday the 21st May see :

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pinkypinky Moderator

IGRS summer outing: 20th August

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mod9maple Registered User

* Taken from the website.

The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has announced its summer programme of free Genealogy at Lunchtime lectures which runs from 26 July to 8 September. Each lecture starts at 1pm and is presented in the NLI's seminar room in Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Tuesday 26 July: Mná - 25 years of searching - lessons & leads, with Sinead McCool.

Thursday 28 July: The lonely sea and sky - the rescue of 168 German sailors in December 1943 by the MV Kerlogue, a tiny ship from Wexford, with Dermot Bolger

Tuesday 2 August: Territory, maps and genealogy, with Paul McCotter MAGI.

Thursday 4 August: Explorations in Irish genealogy, with Fiona Fitzsimons

Tuesday 9 August: History of Deaf Culture in Ireland, with Liam Breen / Cormac Leonard (interpreter)

Thursday 11 August: "The selkie's skin": How Irish oral traditions preserve family and local history, with Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill.

Tuesday 15 August: Wilde's women: how Oscar Wilde was shaped by the women he knew, with Eleanor Fitzsimons

Thursday 18 August: The Forgotten Irish: Revealing the voices of Irish 19th-century emigrants, with Damien Shiels.

Tuesday 23 August: Irish American Identity - how do we sustain the people-to-people links between Ireland and the United States? with Kevin F. O'Malley,

Thursday 25 August: Children's records in 19th-century Ireland, with Aoife O'Connor.

Tuesday 30 August: Stories from the parish registers, with Clodagh Tait.

Thursday 1 September Ogham Stones: Our earliest genealogical sources, with Nora White.

Tuesday 6 September: Ten free websites for US genealogical research, with Joe Buggy.

Thursday 8 September: Adventures in DNA: Who were the first Irish?, with Professor Dan Bradley.

All are welcome to attend. There's no booking requirement, but arriving early is recommended to ensure you get a seat.

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pedroeibar1 Registered User

NLI Events September
Every Wednesday, 2pm to 4.30pm from 5 October to 23 November: 'Introduction to genealogy / family history'. This eight week course with genealogist and lecturer Sean Murphy will offer participants an introduction to family history research, including research methods, record sources and repositories, and online resources
Booking for this free course, which will be limited to 30 students, will open on 1 September: email Ciara Kerrigan at

pinkypinky Moderator

Delighted to hear that Sean's class was fully booked, with a substantial waiting list too.

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Self-publicity: I teach a beginner's genealogy class twice a year at Malahide Community School. Starting 26th September for 10 weeks. Enrolment next Monday 19th Sept at the school or online. Full details here.

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pinkypinky Moderator

Ancestry has a free event coming up next Tuesday afternoon in Dublin. Details on their Facebook page.

oceanclub Registered User

Back to Our Past event on in the RDS, 21 to 23 October:

Tickets €5 if you book in advance; anyone been to any of these before? Am wondering if it's of use to anyone who isn't an absolute beginner?


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Sometimes the talks are good, the DNA ones look good this year.

I will be there on the IGRS stand - with my other hat on.

KildareFan Registered User

pinkypinky said:
Sometimes the talks are good, the DNA ones look good this year.

I will be there on the IGRS stand - with my other hat on.

What type of hat? Will I recognise you when I see you?

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