19 August 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

A busy and varied programme of events was unveiled in Cahans last week at the official launch of the programme for Heritage Week in Co Monaghan.

The following are some of the highlights:
The Process of Hot Riveting – Riveting a tar boiler made by Gilbert Bros engineers & boilers makers Navan. Venue: Patsy Connolly Engineering. Cost: Free.
Organiser: Patsy Connolly Email: Telephone: 086 8135503 Booking Required: No
Dates: 20th August 14:00 PM to 17:00 PM

Reflecting Ulster – Guided tour of Reflecting Ulster – 1916 and World War One exhibition. Includes photographs of the immediate aftermath in Dublin and local family pictures reflecting the events in Ireland and overseas.
Venue: Co Library, Clones. Cost: Free.
Organisers: Monaghan County Council & The Gallery of Photography
Telephone: 047 73722
Booking Required: No
Dates: 22nd August 19:00 PM to 20:00 PM

Coffee morning & Lodge Open Day
Coffee morning in aid of Alzheimer’s Society. Threemilehouse Lodge Room open 1100-1400 and again from 1700-2100. An opportunity to see the layout of a working Masonic Lodge.
Venue: Monaghan Lodge 55. Opposite Star Lighting Cost: Free
Organiser: Monaghan Lodge 55 Masconic
Telephone: +353862480434
Booking Required: No
Dates: 27th August 11:00 AM to 14:00 PM

Rossmore Bioblitz
How many types of birds, animals, plants, trees and bugs live in Rossmore Park? Come along to help record and count them. Guided nature walks. Family friendly. No experience just enthusiasm needed.
Venue: Rossmore Forest Park (Car Park). Cost: Free. Organiser: Monaghan County Council
Telephone: 047 73722
Booking Required: No
Dates: 21st August 12:00 PM to 18:00 PM

Heritage walk and concert
A leisurely heritage ramble from Cornagilta School to Mullaghmore Estate.
Venue: Cornagilta School. Cost: Free
Organiser: Cornagilta School Heritage Centre
Telephone: 0872525457
Booking Required: No
Dates: 28th August 13:45 PM to 17:30 PM

Esh Mass Rock Gathering
Incorporates a walk from the Sliabh Beagh Hotel to historic Mass Rock site, Eshcloughfin. Transport also provided from the Hotel to Mass Rock. Mass will take place …

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