An exhibition of artefacts from the Asgard gunrunning of 1914 will take place in the Old Court House, Harbour Rd. Howth on Sat 26th & Sun 27th of July,from 11.am to 6 pm. on Saturday and 11.am to 4 pm on Sunday.This exhibition will also include artefacts from the Revolution of 1916 & the War of Independence to 1923. The Irish Volunteers Comm Organisation will be hosting the exhibition. Talks given daily by local historians & prominent speakers.FREE admission

Venue: Old Court House, Harbour Rd. Howth.
Date: Sat 26th & Sun 27th of July.
Contact: Pádraig Drummond, 0858353625/p_drummond@hotmail.com
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This is a non party political event and all are welcome.

On Saturday 26th of July there will be a talk on the Asgard Gun running and the Bachelors Walk Massacre by Kevin Morley author of “A Descriptive History of the Irish Citizen Army”.

This will be followed by a ballad session from local musicians with headline act from the one and only, Érin go Bragh.

Venue: The Abbey Tavern, Abbey St. Howth.
Date: Sat 26th July
Doors from 8pm.
Full bar with complementary finger food.
Táille €5.

Contact: Pádraig Drummond, 0858353625/ or e mail  p_drummond@hotmail.com

THIS IS NON PARTY POLITICAL EVENT, ALL ARE WELCOME

 

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