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Discover how the Irish celebrate Spring around the world in this fun and creative craft workshop suitable for children ages 6 – 12 years old. Learn all about Spring traditions from around the world and create a range of colourful craft items to take home, from Brigid’s straw crosses to Japanese cherry blossoms!
The Saturday Art Club in the Wexford Arts Centre gives older children the opportunity to learn about the technical aspects of art-making while working with our team of professional artists. This season children will paint, draw and create mixed media pieces.
A fun multimedia one-woman show as Carol O’Neill shares her favourite artworks inspired in one way or another by Celtic mythology in the Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday night. WB Yeats gets a mention as does amazing artist Yayoi Kusama, Jim Fitzpatrick and so many more. Learn, laugh and be inspired by this fun Art talk.
Where better to celebrate St. Brigit's Day than in Brigit's Garden in Galway. On Friday, Oíche Bhríde, enjoy an evening of Brigit traditions with cross-making, music, ritual and reflection. At 2.30pm on Saturday & Sunday, there is a FREE Brigit’s Cross making workshop! Rushes will be provided and you will be able to make your own traditional cross to take home.
The ten-day IMBOLC International Arts Festival starts this weekend with a celebration of music, arts and culture set in Derry’s new Cultural Quarter featuring a mix of live music, art trail, dancing, singing, movies, trad workshops and much more.
Drop into the National Museum of Ireland | Country Life on Sunday from 2pm - 4pm and join the memebers of the Education team to learn more about St Brigid and to make your very own St Brigid's Cross. No booking required.
Popular traditional music festival returns to Carlingford this weekend with workshops, sessions and performances from Mary Bergin, Máirtín O'Connor, Cathal Hayden, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Dónal O'Connor and many more.
A celebration of our matron Saint, Brigid of Faughart, with three different events on Saturday 1st February, starting with a Brigid’s Symbols and Customs Workshop at 11am, a talk with Dolores Whelan at 2:30pm and Gathering under Brigid’s Mantel with poetry, music, story and song at 5pm.
Chinese New Year celebrations contiue all weekend with loads of different events including two workshops in the Hugh Lane Gallery on Saturday. Create a decorative lantern or your own colourful dancing Dragon, Rat or Lion puppet. On Sunday, enjoy a Taste of China food tour and sample at least six different regional cuisines right in the heart of Dublin.
Hook Lighthouse will celebrate Imbolc with an exclusive ticketed Sunrise Tour and Food Experience on Saturday morning. Over the weekend Baya Salmon Hawk will host talks, visualisation and Imbolc Ceremonies. Enjoy a local food produce tasting, talks with New Ross GYO group and more plus a Wishing Tree Imbolc Ceremony. Family fun and entertainment and of course Art with Rose.
Cork International Travel Fair
The Cork International Travel Fair takes place this weekend in the Cork International Hotel. Now in its fourth year you can enjoy special offers and learn about new holiday destinations from more than 40 exhibitors.