General Events Archive
This archive contains previous “general” events. Archived events that are related to a specific area of interest can be found in the relevant section of the site by following the links on the right.
24th May 2013. My Park. My Passion. My Story: This is the 2013 motto for the European Day of Parks! This year we invite everybody who loves to be out in nature to share their story.
March 2nd, Wickow. Do you think you might be related to someone famous or infamous? Could you be connected to a big event in local history? The Genealogy Roadshow is back for a second series for RTÉ Television!
The exhibition runs from January 21st - 8th February 2013 at the European Commission offices, Dawson St., Dublin 2. It aims to highlight wildlife policy demands during the Irish EU Presidency.
7th Feb, Co. Down. This conference will consider what type of cooperative models we should be pursuing in the context of ongoing local government reform across the island of Ireland, continued austerity, the increasing...
6th March, Co. Wicklow. Join tree experts from Crann, Ireland's leading tree organisation, for an expert guided walk on the trees in Powerscourt Gardens.
8th-11th April, Galway. The primary objective of the conference is to provide a forum where international scientists, policy makers and stakeholders will address designated themes with a view to informing management and policy...
17th-19th May: The annual All Ireland Conference on Bird Conservation will take place 17-19 May. National Dawn Chorus Day will be held on Sunday 19th May.
For the first time, a 'Medieval Castle Study Week' will be held in Co. Offaly during the week of Monday 13th to Friday 17th May 2013.
14th-16th May, Co. Mayo. This conference will bring together experts, representing national and international organisations, to share information and exchange ideas on current and possible future approaches to rewilding modified...
In the next lecture in this series, on the 6th Feb, Christopher Ridgway will show how historic houses in England and Ireland try to meet the challenges of the contemporary age. Following lecture on the 6th March.