Harold’s Cross Community Festival

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Online /Harold's Cross, Saturday 8th May - Sunday 16th May

Annual festival organised by Harold’s Cross Community Council and Harold's Cross Business Association with the support of Dublin City Council Crumlin Area Office, Dublin City Council Events, Dublin City Council Parks Department, Dublin City Council Children Services Unit, Terenure and Rathmines Gardaí, Civil Defence, the Russian Orthodox Community, Local Artists, Musicians and Local Businesses.

More info on this years festival will be available soon….


Date:
Saturday 8th May - Sunday 16th May
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
Harold's Cross Park, Harold's Cross Road, Harold's Cross, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Harold's Cross Park, Harold's Cross Road, Harold's Cross, Dublin, Ireland

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