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Participants will spend the day with a registered archaeologist at our ‘Big Dig’. They will be given a tour of our active archaeological dig, the Fitzstephen’s Norman Fort.
Eoin Donnelly, a third-generation woodsman will teach participants how to work with green wood and go home with their own spoon.
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This two-day workshop is aimed at those who have done the one-day basket weaving course or who want to take on a more ambitious project.
Participants will learn how to prep and paint furniture as well as furniture techniques including decoupage, glazing, distressing and most importantly how to plan a design for a piece.
Join Claire O’Brien as she introduces you to the wonderful art of Stained Glass.
Our communities are steeped in heritage and full to the brim with talent so join us in celebrating our communities with a fun-filled day of culture for all the family and enjoy a scrumptious barbec
The 5th Wexford Documentary Film Festival is currently looking for submissions from artists and filmmakers; there are different categories for submissions:
GUIDED TOUR OF WEXFORD WILDFOWL RESERVE WEEKDAYS AT 3
- Guided Tours (3pm Monday to Friday) -
Paddy Cullivan of Callan’s Kicks, The Late Late Show, Leviathan and Kilkenomics brings you an audiovisual spectacular 220 years after the rebellion that changed Ireland forever.
Join Sculptor Barbara Kelly on our one day stone carving course.
This course involves the building of mortared walls using lime, from setting foundations to cutting corner capping stones to mixing lime, pointing of stone and after care.
Since the earliest settlers in Ireland, catching fish has been essential. A common method of capture was trapping in stake weirs.
This one-day course is an introduction to the Austrian scythe and the many benefits of using one to manage grass meadows.