The aim of the Kilmacud Stillorgan Local History Society is to promote and sustain an interest in our culture, heritage and history, particularly with regard to Kilmacud Stillorgan and the adjoining areas
Making Belfield: A Landscape History of UCD Campuses and Some of its More Distant Prospects – a talk by Finola O’Kane
Obelisk 2023 – – – – on Sale
The seventeenth edition of the Society’s annual journal, Obelisk, was launched in the Function Room, Glenalbyn on Thursday 24 November. Our previous two launches were ‘virtual’ because of Government advice relating to covid. It was good to be back ‘live’.
As always we pay a special thanks to our contributors for their very enthusiastic response with material and without whose stories there would be no Obelisk. Over the years Obelisk has accumulated a rich trove of articles that help to give us a fuller picture of daily life and the streetscape of times past.
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Obelisk 2023 is available at our monthly talks and from our usual outlets at €7 a copy :
Take a few minutes and look at our video presentation on back issues.
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