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Join Christien for a pottery Halloween House workshop. Everyone taking part will learn the skills required to mould clay into a spooky Halloween house, cut out a door and windows and get creative with their imaginations and unique designs. The roof can be taken off so that a night light can be placed into the house. These will then be painted with a glaze and taken away to be fired and returned in time for Halloween. From 11am to 1pm. Suitable for children aged 7+ Younger children must be accompanied by an adult.
Doors Open: 11am Commences At: 11am Admission: In advance: €11
Led by professional artist and Fashion Designer Yelena, kids will learn how to create a beautiful Halloween design on a T-Shirt. All materials and T-Shirt provided. From 11am to 1pm
Doors Open: 11am Commences At: 11am Admission: In advance: €17
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to create spiders, ghosts for a ghoulish spectacular!! All aprons, equipment and ingredients supplied. All children will go home with 12 decorated cupcakes boxed up and recipe sheets. This workshop is run by professional pastry chefs, hands on class so please wear appropriate clothes and footwear. From 11am – 1pm. Suitable for children aged 7+
Doors Open: 11am Commences At: 11am Admission: In advance: €20
Join Andrew “Mouse” from OWLS Children’s Nature Club for a fun workshop where you will make your own Bird Feeder. Using hammers, wood, wire and nails children will learn how to make their very own bird feeder. Andrew will inform children about the all the native birds in their locality that will use their bird feeder. From 2pm to 3pm. Suitable for children aged 7+ Children under 7 welcome if accompanied by an adult. Booking essential as places are limited.
Doors Open: 2pm Commences At: 2pm Admission: In advance: €8
Do you want to hear some frightening stories from old times in Ireland, when there was no electricity, when the countryside was dark once the sun went down, when you wouldn’t have dared to walk far from home on a pitch-black night? (Come to think of it…. Would you still walk far from home today on such a night?). Spooky right?
“I’ll tell you some stories that might prove to you that you wouldn’t, and to your parents, too maybe. I look forward with interest to meeting you all”.
Eddie Lenihan Storyteller - Author, Storyteller, Broadcaster. Tales of Myth, Magic and Mystery for adults and children! - From 3pm to 4pm. Suitable for children aged 7+
Doors Open: 3pm Commences At: 3pm Admission: In advance: FREE
It may seem that Halloween nowadays is a time for children only, but I know some old people yet who prefer (in time honoured fashion) not be out alone between midnight and 4.00 a.m. on Halloween night – for fear of The Good People, Na Daoine Uaisle, whose night it is. All kinds of otherworldly dangers await the unwary on this night, and Eddie has stories to reflect this – as well as many others of course. “In fact, whatever themes the audience request I will do my best to match stories to, no matter whether they relate to this world or the otherworldly”. From 8:30pm to approx. 9:45pm. Eddie Lenihan (born 1950) is an Irish author, storyteller, lecturer and broadcaster. He is one of the few practicing seanchaithe (traditional Irish lore-keepers and tale-spinners) remaining in Ireland. He has been called “one of the greatest Irish story-tellers and a national treasure.”
Doors Open: 8.30pm Commences At: 8.30pm Admission: In advance: FREE
Join Ronan and Elaine from Newgrange Willow Design and make a wonderful Halloween Lantern using willow, special paper and glue. Decorate with a celtic image or create your own individual design. Ideal for carrying in our Halloween Parade. From 11am to 1pm. Suitable for children aged 7+ Children under 7 welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.
Doors Open: 11am Commences At: 11am Admission: In advance: €8
This year, our annual Halloween Parade will have a theatrical feel to it. We ask everybody to congregate at Bun An Cnoic at 6:45pm. The parade will commence at 7pm and will travel down main street in Naul finishing up in ‘The Piper's Garden’ at the SEAC. There will be our annual Pumpkin Carving Competition, please bring your carved pumpkins down to the centre for 6:30pm. The decorated pumpkins will be displayed around the tree. We will also have our best decorated house competition. To be in with a chance to win, forward your images to [email protected]
Doors Open: 6.45pm Commences At: 7pm Admission: At the door: FREE