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  1. 15th Annual Autumn Shackleton School

    Athy, Kildare

    The 15th Shackleton International Autumn School with lectures, drama, film, annual dinner, excursions, exhibits. Read more

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  2. Hugh O' Flaherty Memorial Weekend & International Humanitarian Award

    Killarney, Kerry

    Annual commemoration of the WWII hero Msgr. Hugh O' Flaherty and the awarding of the Hugh O' Flaherty International Humanitarian Award. Read more

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  3. Kennedy Summer School

    New Ross, Wexford

    A festival of Irish and American history, politics and culture. Read more

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  4. Loughcrew Autumn Equinox Festival

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Celebrate the Autumn Equinox at 5,500 year old Loughcrew Cairns with activities including dawn ceremonies, spiritual seminars and workshops. Read more

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  5. The Celtic Fringe Festival

    Grange, Sligo

    The Celtic Fringe Festival explores the connections made by the Spanish Armada voyage of 1588 between Ireland, Spain and Europe. It showcases the best of Irish culture, heritage and our unique landscape. Read more

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  6. Youghal Celebrates - The Fitzgeralds of Desmond Dynasty

    Youghal, Cork

    From Gallic Warlords to Gaelic Overlords, Seneschals and Poets, the conference aims to celebrate the legacy of the Fitzgerald of Desmond dynasty in the Blackwater Valley from earliest times to 1798. Event... Read more

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  7. Loughrea Medieval Festival 'Gathering of the Clans'

    Loughrea, Galway

    The award-winning three day Loughrea Medieval Festival is the largest of its kind in Ireland and is full of family fun and cultural and heritage events. Read more

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  8. Easter Rising Centenary

    Dublin City, Dublin

    With the launch of an extensive programme of events, Easter 2016 brings about a massive commemoration centred in the city where the Easter Rising took place 100 years ago, Dublin. Read more

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