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July 2018

Carlow Sugar Factory Exhibition

July 1 - August 31
Carlow Central Library,

Students of Carlow Educate Together NS engaged in a project on Carlow Sugar Factory during 2018 which culminated in an exhibition of art and stories on display in Carlow Central Library throughout the summer.

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August 2018

Tinryland Trail Finder, Tinryland

August 18 - August 26

Free brochure at trail finder map in village showing all areas of historical interest, directions and information in relation to many interesting sites. Event for the duration of Heritage Week with assistance from guide, Jim Deane, if required. Venue: Tinryland and Surrounding Areas Organiser: Jim Deane Contact: jdeane@carlow.ie or 085 760 5241 Website: carlowlibraries.ie

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Reflections on Borris Lace

August 18 - August 25
George Bernard Shaw Theatre, Visual
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An exhibition exploring the history of lacemaking by Borris Lace makers where they share their knowledge of this craft and its place in the heritage of Co. Carlow. Venue: GB Shaw Room, Carlow Central Library, Tullow street Organiser: Fiona O'Toole Email: library@carlowcoco.ie Website: carlowlibraries.ie

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Carlow County Museum

August 18 - August 26

Explore four exhibition galleries to get a snapshot of the wonderful history and heritage of the county. View the famous and magnificent 19th century hand carved pulpit from Carlow Cathedral. Venue: Carlow County Museum, College Street, Carlow town Organiser: Carlow County Museum Email: museum@carlowcoco.ie Telephone: 059 9131554 Website: carlowcountymuseumblog.wordpress.com/

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National Heritage Week 2018

August 18 - August 26
Carlow County Library, Tullow Street
Carlow, Ireland
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National Heritage Week is coordinated by The Heritage Council and its aim is to build awareness and education about our heritage thereby encouraging its conservation and preservation. National Heritage Week 2018 will take place from 18-26 August. More than 30 events are registered with the Heritage Council by heritage enthusiasts in Carlow, including Carlow County Council, community groups and individuals. The programme highlights the abundance of great work that is carried out by communities in Ireland to preserve and promote…

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Sugar Factory Exhibition

August 19 - August 25
Carlow Central Library,

5th class from Carlow Educate Together N.S. completed a project on the Carlow Sugar Factory through art and stories with help from Lorraine Fenlon, Artist. Come and see the exhibition in Carlow Central Library. Venue: Carlow Central Library, Tullow street Organiser: Fiona O'Toole Email: library@carlowcoco.ie Website: carlowlibraries.ie

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The Royal Oak, Bagenalstown

August 21 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Muinebheag Library,

A talk by Myles Kavanagh, local historian, on the Royal Oak, Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow. Venue: Bagenalstown Library Organiser: Bagenalstown Library Email: bbrennan@carlowcoco.ie Website: carlowlibraries.ie

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Tough Times in Tullow

August 22 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tullow Library,

This talk by Eugene O'Connor is based on his booklet 'Tough Times in Tullow - 1940's to the 1960's' written in tribute to the great people of Tullow who survived and prospered during challenging times Venue: Tullow Library Organiser: Fiona O’Toole Email: fotoole@carlowcoco.ie Telephone: 059 912 9705

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Fr Andrew Mullen

August 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A talk on the history of Fr Andrew Mullen marking the 200th anniversary of his death, it is also hoped to have mass on the evening. Fr Mullen lived in Killinure and was briefly buried in Clonmore.His body was stolen and re buried in his native county of Offaly and over time his name was put forward for sainthood. Venue: Weavers Cottage Killinure, Tullow Organiser: Killinure Pure Mile Email: hsirt_@hotmail.com Telephone: 086 313 6270

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Mini Lectures

August 22 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Carlow College, St. Patricks,

Join Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society for an evening of mini lectures to celebrate Carlows retail heritage and share in the memories of two family businesses. 'The Life of Michael Governey- Eugene Carbery's brief outline of the life, politics and business of his maternal grandfather' followed by Avril Hogan 'Haddens 1848-1976 - Five generations of retailing in the South East' Venue: St. Patricks College, Carlow Organiser: Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society Email: secretary@carlowhistorical.com Website: carlowhistorical.com

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