The Latest News from The Irish Cultural Center

Click here for the latest newsletter from the Irish Cultural Center dated 12/29/17.  Highlights include Irish Language classes at Elms College beginning in January, and an Information Session on the upcoming Autumn 2018 Ireland Tour.

Interested in past newsletters from the Irish Cultural Center?  Click here for a full listing. TIP:  You can also subscribe to their mailing list from that link.

DiCamillo Travel is now a part of the New England Historic Genealogical Society

Curt DiCamillo and DiCamillo Travel are now officially a part of the New England Historic Genealogical Society & American Ancestors family. We are delighted to add this highly-esteemed tour brand to our range of offerings to members and the public.

In 2018, we will offer tours to the Veneto region of Italy, to the Great Houses of Yorkshire, and filming locations of Downton Abbey. More information on all our upcoming tours can be found by clicking HERE.
If you would like a hard copy of the brochure for any of these upcoming tours, please contact Meghan Walsh at meghan.walsh@nehgs.org or 617-226-1253.

What Is Genealogy?

A little genealogical humour, reprinted from American Elm, Vol 28, No 4, Winter 1999

Genealogists are like monkeys; always in the trees.
Genealogists are time unravelers.
Genealogists do it generation after generation.
Genealogists live in the past lane.
Genealogists never lose their jobs, they just go to another branch!
Genealogy in the buff, no I mean . . . A genealogy Buff!
Genealogy goes on. . . and on. . . and on. . .
Genealogy is like Hide & Seek: They Hide & I Seek!!!
Genealogy is not a hobby, it is a disease!
Genealogy: A hay stack full of needles. It’s the threads I need.
Genealogy: Chasing your own tale!
Genealogy: The marriage of a jigsaw puzzle to a dungeon & dragon game.
Genealogy: Tracing descent from someone who didn’t.
Genealogy: Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living.