ormed with the aim of promoting ‘the collection, preservation and communication of the cultural heritage’ of their rather fine little village, The Kilmacanogue History Society meet once a month to do just that.
As with the likes of the Greystones Archaelogical & Historical Society and The La Touche Legacy gang, the Kilmac organisation is non-profit.
They’re more concerned with keeping those local roots intact. And freshly-watered for future generations to appreciate.
Meeting at 8pm in The Glenview Hotel generally on the first Tuesday of a month, you can find out more about The Kilmacanogue History Society on their Facebook page here, or their main website here.
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