Copper Coast Geopark Skills Taster Day
Join us in the Copper Coast Geopark Visitor Centre in Bonmahon for a unique day of craft and traditional skills taster workshops.
Copper Coast Geopark Skills Taster Day
Copper Coast literary weekend November 1st to 5th 2017
A celebration of Copper Coast creativity and culture.
The Art Hand, Bunmahon. Wednesday 1st Nov. 7.45pm Entry €5 The monthly WORDS event, a place for literature lovers and writers of all kinds to share their work and works they love.
Una Troy – talk
Knockmahon N.S. Bonmahon Thurs 2nd Nov 7.30pm Entry €5
Enjoy a history talk on the Irish novelist and playwright Una Troy, and a viewing of a short history video by the pupils, The video was filmed and edited by Angela Mulcahy and was researched and written by the children themselves.
Dunphy’s pub, Kill. Fri. 3rd Nov. 9.30pm Tables of 4 €20 Quiz celebrating the Launch of the Michael Power 2017 Christmas Day Memorial Swim, in aid of Touching Hearts.
Launch of the Decies journal
Copper Coast Visitor Centre, Bonmahon. Sat 4th Nov. 2.30pm. Free entry
The Waterford Archaeological & Historical Society will launch the Decies journal with introductory talks and music.
Copper Coast Book Fair
Geopark Visitor Centre, Bonmahon. Sun. 5th. Nov. 1.00pm. Free entry
As part of an ongoing initiative by the Copper Coast UNESCO Geopark to help promote all the locality has to offer we are holding our 2nd Annual Book Fair for Book Lovers and Collectors.
Bibliophile’s Costume Competition.
Geopark Visitor Centre, Bunmahon. Sun. 5th. Nov 1.00pm. Free Entry
Dress as your favourite literary character or a book inspired original creation! Prizes sponsored by the Copper Coast Geopark.
The Visitor Centre is closed for the Winter. We should be open again for weekends in March 2018.
2nd Annual Book Fair for Book Lovers and Collectors
Sunday November 5th 1pm to 5pm.
At the Copper Coast Geopark Visitor Center, Bunmahon, Co. Waterford.
Admission is free!
Self published authors…
Second hand books…
Tea and coffee will be served in our Cafè.
The Copper Coast Geopark are very glad to receive donations of books which will be sold on their own bookstall on the day. The money raised is then used by the Geopark in its on-going work.
(Book donations accepted from September 1st 2017).
The Copper Coast Geopark is a community based registered charity.
The Copper Coast is a UNESCO Global Geopark, a designation based around sustainable development of communities in areas of significant geological interest and importance.
Stall holder enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
National Heritage Week 2017 has just finished and throughout the land it was the best ever. The Copper Coast Geopark ran three successful events.
Geologist Robbie Galvin attracted a good following and gave a lively account of the local geology as seen at Tra Na Mbo Cove.
Robbie again engaged full attention as he brought life to the collection of rocks and minerals in the Geopark Centre. Serenella had even come up with pink cup-cakes in the café to reflect the Heritage Week theme!
Ecologist Alan Walshe, as usual, led a fascinating stroll around Fenor Bog; no two walks are ever the same – but that’s nature…
Join local seaweed foraging expert Bruce MacDonald for a guided coastal expedition and culinary experience. This is part of this year’s Comeraghs Wild Festival. After returning to the Visitor Centre you will be met with a tasty lunch comprising of an assortment of locally produced seaweed based foods. Sunday 16th July, Copper Coast Geopark Centre at 2.00pm.
Sand artist Sean Corcoran from the Art Hand made such an impression at last year’s Comeraghs Wild Festival that he’s been invited back to create some more of his spectacular art as part of this year’s programme, Bridies Beach, Knock, Clonea: Friday, July 14th 2.00pm to 4.00pm; Saturday, July 15th 2.30pm to 4.30pm and Sunday, July 16th from 3.00pm to 5.00pm. FREE Event. Curious? All will be revealed during the festival. Bring your cameras and get snapping and sharing the spectacle before it vanishes!
“Dúnaill” folk group will be performing in the Copper Coast Visitor centre, on the evening of Sunday 16th July 2017, they will be supported by “Stillhouse”. The concert is part of the 2017 Comeraghs Wild Festival.
Doors open at 6.30pm
Tea, Coffee, and Wine will be available from our Café on the night.