Olympics Day Kids Workshop

The Craft Granary (Church Street, Cahir) would like to invite your child to join in the fun of an Olympics Workshop.

The Craft Granary (Church Street, Cahir) would like to invite your child to join in the fun of an Olympics Workshop.

The Craft Granary will be making Olympic Rings and working with playdough so old clothes are advised.

The cost is E5 per child from 10am -12pm on Friday, July 27th.

This is a great way for you to get a couple of hours off on a Friday morning while your child is looked after having a couple of hours of fun, filled with laughter and entertainment.

Places will be limited so booking in advance is important.

Contact Michelle on 052 7441473 or 086 2828700 or email

Waterford Taste of Craft

Now on show in the Gallery is the first exhibition of craft from Waterford Taste of Craft.

Crafts on display include; Ceramics, jewellery, soft furnishings, fun and funky bags, basket weaving, and handmade cards.

The exhibition showcases the work of craft classes held in every corner of County Waterford, Kilmacthomas, Drumcannon, Bonmahon, Portlaw, Ballinameela, Touraneena, Kilrossanty, Stradbally and Lismore.

Some of these craftworkers are established names and some are just starting out. But they all share a passion for what they do and this is evident through the quality of the work on display.

All of the group were warm in their thanks to Carmel Keating from the Craft Granary who has spearheaded this project.

Also to Jimmy Taaffe and Denise Walsh from WLP who have provided the financial assistance to offer these subsidised classes to the public in rural County Waterford.

The exhibition runs until the 24th of August. The gallery is free entry and is open Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm, Saturday 9am-5pm and Sundays 1pm to 5pm. So why not make a day of it? Visit the exhibition and our beautiful shop, take a delightful walk to Cahir Castle and a 2 km walk to the Swiss Cottage for more information please see and have a coffee or lunch in one of Cahir’s trendy eateries. For more information please view our website

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