Michaelmas was sometimes known as Fomhar na nGéan when the first goose of the season was killed. This was also the time to pick apples and make cider in Munster (The year in Ireland, Danaher & Dúchas.ie)
Madam Nonie returns to her birthplace a wealthy woman, with cash to give away...on one condition! Ardmayle Friday 28th September 9pm Admission €10
Some traditional cures can be very effective..but somehow I don't think I'd be taking the advice of the children from Tankardstown N. S. about warts. From the Schools Folklore collection www.duchas.ie
The report into the Disturbances in Ireland in 1824 makes grim reading; Tipperary was under the insurrection act, the people were almost starving and could barely eke enough for survival from their few acres yet they were compelled to pay…
There was a large turnout for the launch of local author Jim O’Shea’s two new books. One a serious work Understanding and Healing the Hurts of Childhood to add to his series of psychology works which include When a child…
Emly historical society are holding a lecture on the impact of Tipperary military barracks from 1870 - 1922. The lecture by Des Marnane will take place on September 20th @ 8pm in St. Ailbe's Parish Hall.
Trip to visit the exhibition 'Art and the great hunger' on view from Quinnipiac University and 'The famine story' in Skibbereen Heritage Centre. leaving Fethard Town Hall @ 8am sharp. Booking before Saturday September 15th.
A trip to Moorstown castle and Tubrid burial ground guided by Dr. Bernadette Cunningham RIA. September 16th 2018. Meet at the Town Hall, Main Street, Fethard @2.15pm for car pooling. All welcome.
Noreen Higgins will be giving a talk on tracing your ancestors using the internet in Ardmayle on Wednesday 12th September @8pm. All welcome.