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RECENT EVENTS


The Eire Society Save the Date

The Irish Immigrant Experience Mass. Memories Road Show

When

Saturday, November 16, 2013; 10 am

Where

The Irish Cultural Centre of New England, 200 New Boston Drive, Canton, MA

Full details on the Events Page.

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Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

When

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Where

Ireland's Great Hunger Museum, Hamden, Connecticut

Full details on the Events Page.

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The Eire Society presents

"Irish Need Not Apply",
a lecture by Christopher Daley

When

Sunday, September 22, 2013, at 2:00 pm

Where

Forbes House Museum, 215 Adams St., Milton, MA

Full details on the Events Page.

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100,000 Welcomes!

Box Letter The Eire Society was founded in 1937 to promote the awareness of Irish culture in the city of Boston through the encouragement of study in the arts, sciences, literature, language and history of Ireland; the contributions to civilization made by the Irish and those of Irish ancestry; and raising awareness of the actions made by the Irish for the advancement of American ideals. More...

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UPCOMING EVENTS


The Eire Society
Save the Date

Lecture and Book Launch
by Professor Mary C. Kelly
of Franklin Pierce University

When

Sunday, February 16, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Where

Milton Public Library, Milton, MA

Details

Professor Kelly will relate the role of Ireland’s Great Famine in shaping Irish American identity and memory since the 1840’s. She will explain how famine memories over generations of Irish Americans were articulated and evolved in response to the changing circumstances of the Irish American community over the last century and a half.

Copies of Professor Kelly’s book will be available for purchase and signing at a discounted rate from publisher Rowan and Littlefield.

Admission is free but reservations are requested to guarantee seating and for refreshment purposes.

RSVP to

Barbara Fitzgerald at Barbara.S.Fitzgerald@gmail.com or
617 698-8758 or to
Connie Koutujian at connie317@comcast.net or 781 899-3140.

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