The 14th Lismullin Institute heritage series continues this Autumn. The series seeks to raise public awareness of many aspects of our heritage through high-class lectures and the continued good response has been gratifying. The support of many individuals as well as voluntary and statutory bodies such as the Meath County Council, Meath Archaeological and Historical Society and the Heritage Council through its Heritage Officers, has been very welcome. Your on-going support for the heritage series and other activities in Lismullin Conference Centre is very much appreciated.
Tuesday 13th October, 8pm: Fr Paul Walsh: A Great Meath Scholar
Thursday 29th October, 8pm: The “Wild Geese”, the Irish Colleges on the continent, and the Irish language in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Tuesday 3rd November, 8pm: The Intellectual Life of the Irish Midlands in the Seventh Century
Lismullin Heritage Autumn Programme
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In its Heritage Lectures the Lismullin Institute seeks to explore various aspects of our local heritage so that visitors to the Lismullin Conference Centre and our neighbours will have a greater knowledge and appreciation of the history and attractions of their surroundings. The Lismullin Institute is pleased to invite you to some or all of these public, stand-alone lectures in Lismullin Conference Centre. The Lectures will begin at 8pm and light refreshments will be served afterwards.