Massereene U3A uses the excellent meeting facilities in Antrim Library for its monthly meetings. If you are not already a library member, do join. It's free and it gives you access to a whole world of books and knowledge.
Ulster University have a few free lectures on next week that may be of interest to you.
They’re free online lectures with academics from Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast.
They would be of particular interest to people with an interest in, history, literature, mental health and embroidery.
People can give a donation if they like
They’re all on Zoom so everyone from NI can join in.
- The patron of St Patrick’s: Irish writing, mental health and the legacy of Jonathan Swift – A lecture by Dr James Ward.
Tuesday 16th March 7.30pm
- The pre-history of Ulster until the arrival of St Patrick – A lecture by Dr Cormac McSparron of Queen’s University, Belfast.
Wednesday 17th March 2.30pm
- Textile art, peacebuilding and human rights in Latin America – a talk with Leverhulme fellow Lorna Dillon from the Belfast School of Art.
Tuesday 23rd March 7.30pm
Join us on Tuesday 23rd March 2021 for the first NI Writers Day, celebrating Northern Irish writers and writing.
Details in the Events list above
This free online day of events, hosted by The Royal Society of Literature (RSL) in partnership with the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, will shine a spotlight on our acclaimed poets, playwrights and authors. Continue reading