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“May your song always be sung”: Sarah Lundberg Summer School 2020 – online Saturday 18th July 13, 2020

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From East Wall for All:
The Sarah Lundberg Summer School 2020 will be an online event, due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Each year we remember our friend Sarah (who sadly took her own life in 2014), when we celebrate her inspirational spirit with an afternoon of talks or performances based on subjects that would have resonated with her and reflect her many interests.

This is the sixth such event. We will also be remembering out friend Alan MacSimoin, who passed away in December of 2018. Alan was one of the organizers of and a contributor to previous summer schools.

These individual contributions will be broadcast on Youtube, East Wall History Group Facebook and on the East Wall For All website. Here is the full schedule of presentations, with most running for between 15 to 25 minutes. Please join us on Saturday, and we hope you find something to enjoy:

12.00pm: “One step behind”.

12.10pm: “To the East…”

12.30 pm: “Socialist Whodunnits: activism and writing crime fiction in Cork”.

1.15pm: “The Truth about Writing.”

2.00 pm: “The next five minutes: Science Fiction, the future and the present.”

2.45pm: “John Charles McQuaid made me a Socialist”

3.15pm: ‘”The Making of a Community Garden – the story of Mud Island”

4.00pm: “May your song always be sung”.

4.30 pm: “From across the broad Atlantic”

5.00 pm: “Musical Differences”

5.30pm: “There’s a song that will linger forever in our ears…”

Full details here.


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