Thanks to two very kind €20.00 donations presented since our recent Church gate collection we’re been able to purchase at Herlihy’s Centra a further two containers to protect our weekly “Revolution” Paper/Poster Pack. By November 2017 we shall have all copies of the full 100 in the series. We thank the generous Donors.
Sincere thanks to everyone who so very generously contributed to our recent Church gate Collection for Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Website. This includes those who sent donations by post, those who provided substantial cheques and those who indicated uplifting appreciation for our efforts in providing services in both the Museum and Website. The total amount collected was a most impressive €1,922.88. Heartfelt thanks for helping us to maintain these local services. Patrick W. O’Leary of Louisville, Kentucky, USA whose generosity is much appreciated comments: “The Millstreet Website is our excellent window to Millstreet daily life in a very real sense and such a connection is of great important to people worldwide.” Patrick has (as well as others) suggested that an opportunity should be given to people nationally and internationally who may at any time wish to contribute towards the upkeep of these services and to this effect we have arranged to set up an electronic system with the Bank of Ireland here in Millstreet (where our Museum/Website account exists) whereby anyone can transfer a desired donation to the account by just quoting at one’s own Bank our relevant numbers which are: IBAN No.: IE22 BOFI 9058 0334 0531 43 and the BIC No.: BOFIIE2D. Click on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.)
[read more …] “Millstreet Museum & Millstreet Website Collection Generously Supported”
This Easter Monday, 17th April 2017 marks the first nationwide “Ceiliúradh (Cruinniú) na Cásca” (A Celebration at Easter) – A national celebration of our Irish Heritage, our Irish Art and our overall national sense of pride in our many great attributes as a nation. We thank Conor Nelligan, Heritage Officer for Cork City & County for motivating this special Day of Irish Culture. In Millstreet we shall mark the day in the following way:
2pm to 4pm: Millstreet Museum will present an illustrated account of its many treasures and historic items at our Museum Centre in Carnegie Hall.
4pm to 5.15pm: A Guided Tour of Millstreet Town where focus will be placed on its many significant locations.
5.15pm to 6.00pm: Visiting Drishane Estate where an International Event will be taking place with emphasis on a Family Fun Afternoon.
All the events are free and everyone is most welcome. Below we share images from the recent very colourful annual Easter Bonnet Occasion at Presentation N.S., Millstreet. (S.R.)
And we continue with some more Easter Bonnet pictures – Click on the images to enlarge: [read more …] “Cruinniú agus Ceiliúradh na Cásca 2017 – Celebrating Easter Monday in Millstreet”