Cork Heritage Open Day, August 14th
Elizabeth Fort, Barrack's Street, 11am to 4pm
Organised by Elizabeth Fort, guided tours of Elizabeth Fort will take place every 30 minutes from 11.30am. No prebooking required.
Claoimh Living History will be onsite giving talks and weapon demonstrations. Children can play Healthy Ireland Games including Giant Jenga, Ludo and Snakes and Ladders.
A Zoom talk exploring life in an Irish Country House in Nano Nagle’s time by Dr Patricia McCarthy, 1pm to 2pm
Presented in partnership with Nano Nagle Place and Cork Decorative and Fine Arts Society
A walking tour of the bridges of Cork with Antoin O’Callaghan, 2.30pm
Celebrating Heritage: Cork's River Lee Bridges with Cork City Library
The bridges are an essential part of Cork's historical narrative and there is no better way to experience this rich heritage and learn of the city's past than by walking in the footsteps of those who have gone before - by walking the River Lee Bridges of Cork.
Meet at 2.30pm at The City Library. Adhering to Covid-19 public health guidelines. Numbers are limited, Booking essential. 021 4924900 firstname.lastname@example.org
’Making a heritage CORKumnavigation trip’’ with Jack O'Keeffe, avid sailor, paddler and rower, 7pm to 8pm
Free, live on Zoom & https://www.facebook.com/meithealmara/
It was said that the city of Cork was built on a series of 13 islands. The channels in between have all been arched over or filled-in over the centuries, so that only two remain: the river Lee (North Channel) and the river Sabhrann (South Channel). Using Meitheal Mara’s dedicated guide, Jack O’Keeffe will explain the principles of planning a full ‘CORKumnavigation’ and will show you some of the heritage highlights along the way.
To find out more & register see: https://meithealmara.ie/heritage-week-2021/