Hill of Tara Lecture Series
- Dia daiobh a chairde,
Could this be made as a podcast perhaps for all us across the pond who can't attend? This would be ever so grand!
Go raibh maigh agat!
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- Not sure about that but I know that the talks will be filmed - first
time for this series. I'm hoping to publish mine, fingers crossed!
On 06/07/2011 17:45, priestess_pan@... wrote:
> Dia daiobh a chairde,
> Could this be made as a podcast perhaps for all us across the pond who can't attend? This would be ever so grand!
> Go raibh maigh agat!
> Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry®
> Yahoo! Groups Links
Hill of Tara Lecture Series - Wednesdays in July 2012
Customs, Curses & Calamities12th Annual Tara Lecture Series
Hill of Tara Visitor Centre
Wednesdays in July at 8.00pm.
Free of Charge
July 4th'There is no Curse, they say, as bad as a Widow’s Curse'
– The Widow’s Curse in Irish Folklore and History
by Ian O Loinsigh, UCD Folklore Dept
July 11thThe End of the World was Nigh! Fearing an Apocalypse in AD1000
by Professor Tadhg O’Keeffe, UCD School of Archaeology
July 18th'The World outside Us'
Expressions of Folk Custom and Belief in the Irish Tradition
by Jonny Dillon, UCD Folklore Dept
July 25th'The End is Nigh-Or is it?' Should you worry about 'Armageddon'
on December 21st 2012?
by Terry Moseley, Irish Astronomical Association
Come Early as Seats are Limited!