The 50th anniversary of JFK's visit to Ireland
Where were you when JFK visited Ireland?
To mark the 50th anniversary of JFK's visit to Ireland, that is the question being asked by The National Library of Ireland, the US Embassy, the National Archives and the JFK Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.
Together, they will be launching an interactive website and app where people can share their memories of the visit and this will be linked to a multimedia exhibition, JFK: Homecoming, which will be opening at the National Library on 21 June.
On the 30th of May they will be holding a collection day where you can bring along your memories or memorabilia relating to JFK’s visit to be part of this project.
First, Orla Rapple went to New Ross to talk to local people about their memories of the visit.
And then, Myles was joined in studio by Katherine McSharry from the National Library and Susan Cleary from the US embassy.
If you would like to share your 1963 JFK visit-related story you should email email@example.com to book.