On November 29, 2017 over thirty people representing various sectors of the Irish community met under the auspices of Dr. Michael Kenneally to hear an update on the discussions to create a memorial park to commemorate the 6,000 victims of the typhus epidemic among those fleeing the famine in Ireland in 1847.
These photos represent a sample of the mysterious and macabre elements we ran into on our visit to Ireland in the summer of 2017. There is always something to be found at the end of a rainbow. But who knows if it will be a pot of gold, or something mysterious and macabre?
On Sunday, March 26, the audience, sitting in the same amphitheatre, viewed a presentation of Science on Stage: Women’s Work, a series of five staged scenes from the works of Colleen Curran and Peggy Curran.