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E-Newsletter of the Irish Georgian Society | December 2017

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Happy Christmas to all our supporters!
We'd like to wish our members and supporters a very happy Christmas and thank you for your support over the past year. We're looking forward to welcoming you into the restored City Assembly House in 2018!

If you're looking for Christmas gift ideas for friends and family, we have plenty of suggestions below - the IGS bookshop has 
compiled a gift guide. There are new gift vouchers in stock and you can also purchase a gift membership for friends and family. All these items can be purchased online or in-store. Our bookshop will be open every day until Saturday 23rd December for any last minute shopping, and to collect your orders!

We have a couple of lectures coming up in January that you can book for online, and we look forward to seeing you in the new year!
Lecture: Headfort House and the Taylour Legacy
Tuesday 9th January, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2  - This well-illustrated lecture from George Williams explores the wealth of riches surrounding the house and family from the late 17th right up to the early 20th century. A rare insight into the furnishing and running of this great house.

George Williams is a furniture restorer and antique dealer based in County Meath.  


Image: Richard Ireland
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Lecture: From the Houses of Parliament to Maynooth: Pugin
Tuesday 23rd January, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2  - This illustrated lecture will provide an overview of Pugin's life, his work as an architect, designer and author, with illustrations and examples from   both the UK and Ireland.  Jeanne Meldon is a great great granddaughter of Pugin, a planner by profession with a particular interest in conservation, a vice-chair of the Castletown Foundation and a former member of the Irish Georgian Society’s Architectural Conservation and Planning Committee.  Tickets €10.
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IGS Bookshop: Christmas Gift Guide
The Irish Georgian Society bookshop is stocked with an eclectic selection of books on art, architecture, decorative arts, conservation and history, as well as prints, photographs and maps. For Christmas we have plenty of stocking fillers including candles, books, notebooks, models, field guides and gift vouchers. See our 2017 gift guide for inspiration and don't forget final postal dates for Christmas!

Follow us on instagram as we profile one book from the shop every day throughout December on our instagram stories! #IGSbookshop
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Irish Georgian Society Gift Vouchers
Irish Georgian Society gift vouchers are the ideal gift for anyone interested in Irish architecture and decorative arts.

These vouchers can be redeemed on IGS membership and purchases from the IGS bookshop. Vouchers are available in the values of: €15, €25, €50, €75 & €100.

The proceeds from your purchase will go towards the Irish Georgian Society's Education Programme so purchasing a gift voucher means you are actively supporting our work!
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Give the gift of IGS membership this Christmas!

For as little as €60 a year, Irish Georgian Society members are entitled to a range of benefits with their membership card! IGS members receive a 10% discount in our bookshop, free entry to OPW Historic Properties across Ireland, a 10% discount when making a reservation through the Irish Landmark Trust and special members rates for lectures, study days and tours. 

Sound tempting? You can sign up today, or buy a membership as a gift!

Please note: Memberships can only be  purchased until 6.00pm on Friday 15th December and collected from the shop, until Saturday 23rd December.

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Irish Georgian Society Christmas Cards

Last chance to buy! We are delighted to stock a new range of Irish Georgian Society Christmas Cards for 2017, featuring a festive view of the City Assembly House illustrated by Silvie Cahill. A packet of 5 cards costs €10 and are available to purchase in the IGS bookshop instore or online. This is a lovely token to send to friends and family with all money raised supporting the IGS Conservation Education Programme!

Don't forget to check 
final postal dates for Christmas!

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City Assembly House Christmas Opening Hours

The Irish Georgian Society offices will close on Friday 22nd December at 2.00pm, and will reopen on Tuesday 2nd January, resuming normal office hours of 9.30am to 5.00pm.

The IGS bookshop will remain open until 6.00pm on Saturday 23rd December, closing for the Christmas break and reopening at 10.00am on Tuesday 2nd January. 


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