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November Lecture Series: National Museum of Ireland and Dublin Port Company – What Lies Beneath?

WEDNESDAY 7 NOVEMBER 1.00-1.45pm

First Port of Call – National Museum f­inds from Dublin Port, from Sea to River

Nessa O’Connor, an Archaeologist and Curator at the National Museum of Ireland will give this first lecture with a focus on the Museum’s involvement over many years with the archaeology of Irish ports.

This lecture will take place at the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Port Lecture Series

Lectures can be booked by emailing educationarch@museum.ie or calling 01 6486 334.

Talk in the National Maritime Museum Thursday 8th November 2018

A UNIQUE KINGSTOWN WATER WAG
(Now on exhibition in the Maritime Museum of Ireland)
This is a unique, illustrated, maritime story of 19th century Dublin creativity, entrepreneurship, craft,competition, decline andrediscovery.
It is related by Vincent Delany in the Maritime Museum, Haigh Tce. Dun Laoghaire,
8th November 2018
Doors Open 7.30 pm
Lecture 8.00 pm
Admission €10
Phone 01 2143 964
www.mariner.ie
Eventbrite 

NYC Walking Group – Sunday 7th October 2018

Roundwood Lakes Walk 

Sunday 7th October 2018

Meeting at Vartry Reservoir @10.45am

Please note – we leave punctually at 11am.

Please email Kevin by  12 noon on Saturday 6th to advise if you intend coming along.

(Desmond Campbell . Mob: 087 256 5587.. Email: desmondecampbell@yahoo.co.uk.

NYC Golf Agenda 2018

View our full schedule of golf for 2018 Here 

Cathy’s Dance-Exercise Class

Starting the first Monday of October – in the JB ROOM, National Yacht Club – “Cathy’s Class” for young ladies over 50.

This is a dance/exercise class, suitable for complete beginners who want to stretch & tone and get a little gentle exercise whilst having a bit of a laugh amongst friends  in a familiar location.

Monday 1st October: Time: 10am 11am

National Yacht Club – JB Room

€75.00 For 6 Weeks Term

Drop Ins Welcome €15

To Register:  Contact Cathy by text or email, and get FIRST CLASS FREE.Text: 087-2399606.   
Email: cathy.dunn.dooley@gmail.com