Monday, January 26, 2015
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Events in Co.Clare

January   Events Co.Clare  2015

    • 21st January 2015
      “Burren bats, their habits and habitats” a Burrenbeo Trust talk with Dr Kate McAney
      Teach Ceoil, Corofin, County Clare, 8.30pm
      Kate McAney works for The Vincent Wildlife Trust in Ireland and has done so since 1991. Before joining the Trust she graduated from NUIG in 1987 with a PhD, the subject of which was the summer activity of the lesser horseshoe bat in County Clare. She currently manages 13 lesser horseshoe bat reserves located along the west coast, from Mayo in the north to Kerry in the south and edited a recent publication on the species produced by the Irish Naturalists’ Journal. An increasing feature of her work is producing educational information and supporting research on other mammals, including the Irish stoat, pine marten and pygmy shrew. This talk is open to everyone. However, it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a suggested €5 donation from non-members. For more information please email trust@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.

    • 26th January 2015
      Forgotten Placenames and Landmarks, a North Clare Historical Society talk
      The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, 8pm
      The North Clare Historical Society commences its 2015 lecture series on Monday 26th January with a talk by Colm Hayes entitled Forgotten Placenames and Landmarks of Ennistymon. In this illustrated talk the placename changes and the landmarks which have disappeared over the past 250 years will be outlined. Colm Hayes is a native of Ennistymon and comes from an old Ennistymon family. He has operated a printing and stationery business in the town for over 40 years. He has had a lifetime interest in local history and was a founder member of the Old Ennistymon Society in the 1990s. He has edited a number of local publications including the popular Ennistymon Parish Magazine from the 1980s to 2002. Admission: €5