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Thursday, 27th July, 2017 11:17am


The first West Cork History Festival will take place on 28-30 July.
Hosted about a mile outside Skibbereen, in Rosebank, the festival features a mix of local, national and international topics and speakers from professors to journalists.
For more information and to book tickets, visit


The Senior Mens Roadbowling Munster Final takes place on Sunday 30 July in Timoleague.
Fergus O'Sullivan bowls Declan Murphy/Ger O'Driscoll at 11am in the morning score, with Martin Coppinger against Arthur McDonagh at 2pm in the Senior Mens Roadbowling Munster Final.
Ample parking is available and starts in the village by the petrol station.


A book launch for 'Murragh: A Place of Graces' takes place on Sunday 30 July at 3pm in Ballineen’s B.E.D.A. Community Hall.
The book was published by a Ballineen, Enniskeane and Newcestown voluntary group to preserve and record Murragh history.


Explore the past in a free, guided historical walk of Clonakilty town centre area every Wednesday evening during July and August.
The walk meets at 7pm at the Michael Collins statue and lasts for an hour and 15 minutes.
No pre-booking is required.


'Art Graffiti in Cork,' a photography exhibit of Azem Koleci’s work, will be in Douglas Library during the month of August. 18 framed photos, half in colour and half in black and white, will be on display.
Additionally, as part of Cork Heritage Week, Azem will host a free photography workshop on Saturday 26 August at 11am.


The annual Cork Coal Quay Family Festival will be held in Cork city on Saturday 19 August.
 Dress in traditional garb and join characters of yesteryear from 12-5.30pm to celebrate the Coal Quay’s vibrant heritage.


Glounthaune Community Association is hosting a four mile road race on 30 August.
The event starts at 7pm, with a 600m Youths Race held at 7.05pm.
Additionally, walkers can join in on the fun at 6.50pm. 

Registration is from 5-6.45pm opposite the Glounthaune church.


Terence MacSwiney’s silver dish ring has recently been acquired by the Museum Kilmurry and is available for viewing. 

The museum is open from Thursdays-Sundays from 2-5pm, located a mile from Lissarda.

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