Category: Societies

Celebrating 40 years of The Manx Society of Minnesota – Come and join us!

Pat Boehne’s Condo – Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 11:30 am-2:30 pm Address for the next meeting: Applewood Point (near south town) 8100 Russell #212 Bloomington, MN, 55431 Downstairs Party Room This meeting we will be celebrating the 40th year

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London Manx Trophy traced

Following an enquiry from Sam about the Mary Weller award at Yn Cruinnaght, Chloë Woolley tells us she had a root in her stock/archive boxes cupboard at work at Culture Vannin, and, unlike the silver cup she had in mind,

Chicago Manx member wins London Manx Quiz

The popular quiz that features in the quarterly magazine of the London Manx Society for March has been won for the third time running by an overseas reader of Manx descent. After successive wins for Richard Moore of Durban, South

Washington Manx enjoy 12th Night celebration & send message to oldest surviving founding member

The Greater Washington Area Manx Society held its annual 12th Night celebration, beginning with a qualtagh chasing out the Old Year with a sword and bring gifts of salt, money and peat and ending with a rousing chorus of Auld

The Manx Society of New South Wales, Australia sent us their newsletter.

Hop Tu Naa, Sophia Jane Goulden, The Battle of Largs, Island at War, Mona Douglas, A 100ft Triskelion?, A musical about the TT races, stamps, books, witches — and more. What an amazing newsletter. The Witch of Slieu Whallian It was

Workshop Highlights Valuable Resource for Budding Genealogists at the Manx Museum

A recent workshop organised by the Isle of Man Family History Society in conjunction with Manx National Heritage, proved very successful with sixteen members of the organisation taking the opportunity to learn more about recent innovation within the Reading Room

Species that you might be surprised to find on the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man has a rich abundance of wildlife, and as the Island’s only ‘all animal’ rescue centre the ManxSPCA deals with some unusual species that have gone native, including peafowl and wallabies. Both of these species were introduced

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Come and see Barrule on the East Coast!

The Washington D.C. Manx society is planning an outing to Maryland on October 21st to see this talented and exciting trio. As well as attending this concert, they’re also going to go out and row a Viking Longship with the

London Manx Society Newsletter September 2016

London Manx Society (Yn Cheshaght Manninagh Lunnin)   PATRONS: H.E. THE LT. GOVERNOR OF THE ISLE OF MAN                     THE PRESIDENT OF TYNWALD                     THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF KEYS President – Professor Bryan Corrin   NEWSLETTER

Read The Queensland Manx Society’s Newsletter

Just click the link below to get all the skeet from Queensland, Australia!   QMS Newsletter September 2016

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