Carloviana 2020 is now on sale. You can buy it online at www.carlowhistorical.com/shop or at the following shops: Bagenalstown: The Little Shop, Kilree Street Ballon: Vivo Supermarket, Main Street Borris: O’Shea Centra, Main Street Bunclody: Peter Steemers, The Mall Carlow: Lamberts, 16 Dublin Street
On Wednesday 16 October, a large attendance at the Step House hotel in Borris heard Dr David Heffernan speaking on ‘The Kavanaghs of Carlow and the Tudor Conquest of Ireland c.1515-1603’ He outlined how the sixteenth-century saw the gradual erosion of the Kavanagh lordship in Carlow by
Carloviana 2020 will be launched at 8pm on Thursday 28th November in the Seven Oaks hotel by Turlough O’Brien, Carlow Senior Football manager, author of Cycling South Leinster and proud Carlovian. Carloviana 2020 has 220 pages of history relating to Carlow. It contains 36 articles ranging from
(All Photos courtesy Paul Curran) On Weds 15 May Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society presented an entertaining and very educational talk in the Talbot Hotel by Eoin Grogan on Excavations at Carrig, Co. Wicklow: A Bronze Age family cemetery. Dr Grogan explained how land improvement works in
The launch of the 71st edition of the journal of the Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society, Carloviana took place on Thursday 29th of November in Seven Oaks Hotel at 8pm. Carloviana 2019 was launched by by Dr. Sharon Greene. Dr. Greene is an archaeologist and the current editor of
THE winners of this year’s Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society’s National Schools History Project competition had their wonderful efforts and research recognised at a prize-giving ceremony in Carlow County Museum recently. The competition, which is now in its 12th year, was open to all fifth and sixth-class
Notice is hereby given that the 72nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society will be held on Wednesday 4th April 2018, in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Athy Road, Carlow, commencing at 8.00 p.m.
The Dargan 150 Seminar , commemorating the life of William Dargan, will take place in the Dargan Building, Carlow IT on Saturday 18th November – starting at 9.30 am. Sponsored by Carlow County Council, Institute of Technology Carlow and the Carlow Historical & Archaeological Society the talks