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Art & Craft

One Saturday a month the Museum holds a 1 hour art and craft based workshop for children aged 6 – 12 years. These workshops are based on the seasons and calendar customs e.g. St Brigid’s Day Crosses, Easter, Harvest, Halloween, Mother’s Day & Father’s Day, Christmas etc. These workshops can also be aranged for groups on request. Places on these workshops are limited and booking is essential. A charge of €3/child applies. Mid term, Easter and Summer camps are held annually.

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A mixed activity camp for 6 - 12 year olds, including a visit to a real castle, art and craft, fun games/activities and archaeology.Discover what life was like living in a castle, learn about the tools and weapons of warfare, make your own weapons and other medieval related art projects, archery, combat school. Explore the world of real life archaeology.
Booking is essentail, 80 euro/child

Tuesday, 18 July, 2017 - 10:00 to Friday, 21 July, 2017 - 15:00
Events

Owing an Historic Property
A Guide to Maintenance and other Issues

Are you the owner of an historic property? Would you like to learn more about the care and maintenance of your home? Do you know what supports are available to you?
Tipperary County Council Heritage Office, Planning Department and County Museum will host a one day seminar in Brú Ború, Cashel on Saturday 30th September from 10am -4pm.
This one day seminar is open to owners of historic properties free of charge. A panel of experts will offer a guide to best practice as they discuss issues relating to conservation, maintenance, energy efficiency and biodiversity.

Speakers will include Michael O’ Boyle, Conservation Architect, on the practical steps to be taken when undertaking repairs, refurbishment or alterations to protected structures and traditionally built buildings. Dr Barry O’ Reilly will present on the diversity of historic buildings in County Tipperary from 1700 onwards. Frank Keohane, Chartered building surveyor will speak address issues that need to be considered to improve energy efficiency and thermal performance. Ricky Whelan will discuss the various species of birds and mammals associated with historic buildings and look at ways to deter problems and conserve species in accordance with legislation. An over view of supports and legislation will be provided by Tipperary County Council Planning Department and the Department of Culture, Heritage and Gaeltacht.

Admission is free but booking is advised. Contact Julia Walsh on 07 61 06 5254 or email julia.walsh@tipperarycoco.ie for booking and further information.

Thursday, 14 September, 2017 - 14:45
Events

Farm, Field and Fireside: The changing patterns of land and home ownership
The saying goes a man’s home is his castle! Regardless of scale or social class the desire to own one’s own home has always been important to Irish people. This fifth annual Tipperary County Museum lecture series will examine the changing relationships and patterns of property ownership in 19th and 20th century Ireland. The economic and social factors that influenced these patterns and the consequences of such changes will be examined. Political involvement pre and post independence has had a large influence on ownership and this will be examined through a discussion of the various land acts as well as Free State government policy on housing in the newly formed state.
The workload of the home owners and conditions within the house in some cases will be explored and anybody with objects associated with the domestic interior are encouraged to bring them to Claudia Kinmonth’s lecture.
The inspiration for this lecture series came from looking at the many buildings, streetscapes, townscapes and villages featured in the Museums historic postcard collection that features in our current Exhibition A Message in Time - a multi-dimensional investigation of the relationship between humans and the written word, our obsession with communication, and how this continues to evolve and change as new technologies come on-stream.

Thursday, 14 September, 2017 - 15:00
Events