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12-10-2016, 22:18   #16
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I actually own very many hats, so if the weather is suitable, a hat may be worn. More likely there will be a badge, and as a further hint, I will be the youngest person on the stand.

Seriously though: boards genie meet-up?
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12-10-2016, 23:13   #17
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Good idea Pinky!

Will hat wearing be optional though?
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13-10-2016, 10:06   #18
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Optional but hoped for...
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Great - how about wearing a little label with our boardsie names on it? We can wink significantly at each other.
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Great - how about wearing a little label with our boardsie names on it? We can wink significantly at each other.
If I make it I for one am not going to wander around the RDS winking at strange men in Lillywhite headgear!
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I know what Pedro looks like anyway!
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Back to Our Past event on in the RDS, 21 to 23 October:

http://backtoourpast.ie/

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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I went last year. I only went to a couple of the lectures, and found them very good, but there was high level of background noise that I found very distracting. The lectures are put online after the event.

Timetable for this year's DNA lectures - http://ggi2013.blogspot.ie/2016/10/r...-lectures.html

FREE TICKETS available from Senior Times gets you into both 50 Plus Expo and Back To Our Past. Follow link below, scroll down page and click on 50 Plus Expo Dublin, then Book Event. It doesn't seem to matter what date you ask for, the ticket I got is good for any of the three days. Tickets will be emailed to you. . http://seniortimes.ie/50-plus-expo/

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Going to the Expo now. Never did get my tickets emailed to me but will ask on the door answer see.
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Going to the Expo now. Never did get my tickets emailed to me but will ask on the door answer see.
PM me with your mobile number and I'll forward you a text that will get you in. They sent me both a text message and an email with printable tickets.
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Lecture tomorrow on the records of the Erasmus Smith Trust

http://www.irishancestors.ie/?p=7967
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Cork City Hall March 4th/5th 2017

Genealogy Quarter - Found Dead or Alive at 50 plus Expo at Cork City Hall on Saturday 4th and Sunday March 5th, 2017.

http://seniortimes.ie/50-plus-expo/
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Clare Roots Society
Thursday 16th March 8pm Old Ground Hotel, Ennis, Co.Clare

Lecture by Claire Bradley: “Civil Registers the Game changer: How online access to the civil registers has forever changed Irish genealogy"
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Monthly lecture

Genealogical Society of Ireland

Annual General Meeting of the Society and Monthly Lecture by Ciara Kerrigan "Manuscript Collegions of the Genealogical Office". All Welcome. Contribution €3.00. NOTA BENE: Monthly lecture open to all. Only fully paid up Members can paricipate in the AGM, vote or be proposed for election to the Board.

location Cumberland Street, Dun Laoire 8pm
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Date? Where in Cumberland Street? Thanks.
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Date? Where in Cumberland Street? Thanks.
College of Further Education (or whatever they call it now)

GSI evening lectures are the second Tuesday of each month, at 20.00.

GSI morning meetings (informal chat)are in Hardy's Bar, Royal Marine Hotel, fourth Wednesday each month, January - November, 1030 - 1200.
No morning meeting in December.
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