All museum visitors in the month of March will receive a complimentary copy of the book “Celebrating 250 Years of the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade” published by Quinnipiac University Press.
UPCOMING SPRING 2014 PROGRAMS
March 8 Saturday 10:00am
Children’s Art Activity
March 17 Monday 10:00am to 5:00pm
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum
Museum open all day. Tea service offered from 1 to 3pm.
March 20 Thursday 5:30pm
“Famine Echoes” A one-hour dramatic reading of what ordinary men and women told their descendants about Ireland’s Great Hunger *sold out*
March 27 Thursday 5:30pm
The Kerry Boys *sold out*
April 3 Thursday 5:30pm
“… ‘It is not an everyday matter to see a nation starving’: Captain Robert Bennet Forbes and the 1847 Voyage of the USS Jamestown to Cork, Ireland.” A lecture by Professor Catherine B. Shannon *sold out*
April 5 Saturday 1:00pm
The Magic and Music of Ireland *sold out*
May 1 Thursday 5:30pm
Forgotten Heroes: Ireland’s WWI Soldiers a lecture and book signing by author Tom Phelan
All programs require reservations. For more information on the upcoming programs, and to reserve your space, click here.
For general inquires, please contact
Claire Tynan at 203-582-6500 or IGHM@quinnipiac.edu