50th Anniversary of Patrick Kavanagh’s death

PK-Invite2up-(3)The Patrick Kavanagh Centre & Monaghan County Council present a graveside tribute to poet and writer Patrick Kavanagh featuring a number of well known poets and writers from across county Monaghan and beyond.

Patrick Kavanagh was born in County Monaghan in 1904. He died on 30th November 1967, and is buried at the former St. Mary’s Church graveyard at Inniskeen, now home to the Patrick Kavanagh Resource Centre.

To mark the 50th anniversary of his death, at noon on Thursday November 30th, a cast of Ireland’s finest living writers and poets will gather at his graveside to deliver a spine-tingling recital of ten of Kavanagh’s best-loved works.

Please join us for this very special tribute at 12pm, which can be accessed live at the link below:
monaghan.ie/patrick-kavanagh-50th-anniversary
Hope see you all tomorrow.
You can view the weather prospect on this link to remind you all to arrive with WARM clothes and adequate shoes and socks :
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Opening Hours

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Centre is closed from 15th December 2017 -
Re-opening on Tuesday 20th March 2018

Tuesday – Friday: 11am - 4.30pm.

Sunday: 3pm – 5.30pm (UNTIL 30TH SEPTEMBER).

Tours can be arranged at anytime by prior appointment

For information and booking phone 042 937 8560
Email: infoatpkc@eircom.net

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