Richmond Barracks St. Brigid’s Day Fair

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Richmond Barracks, Saturday 3rd February - Sunday 4th February

What awaits you at the Richmond Barracks St. Brigid's Day Fair:

Stalls: Shop in our market, which showcases the talent of women in business, offering a selection of goods and products inspired by the spring season.
Workshops: Participate in family-friendly workshops that blend fun and learning. Engage in crafting and design activities to celebrate the season.
Food and Drink: Savour the flavours of the season with our selection of vendors offering locally sourced food and drinks.
Entertainment: Enjoy performances by talented artists and musicians, creating a lively atmosphere throughout both days of the Fair.
Inchicore Library: The library will be closed, but members can use their library card to access the self-service library facilities.

Free Admission: Entry to the Richmond Barracks St. Brigid's Day Fair and all workshops are free. Bring your family, friends, and curiosity for a day of exploration and discovery. Furry friends are welcome too.

Saturday 3rd February - Sunday 4th February
Richmond Barracks, Saint Michael's Estate, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland

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