Nenagh Heritage Centre exhibition

The Esker Camera Club, which includes members from Nenagh and the surrounding parishes, is currently exhibiting a collection of some of their favourite photographs, many of which were taken locally.

The Esker Camera Club, which includes members from Nenagh and the surrounding parishes, is currently exhibiting a collection of some of their favourite photographs, many of which were taken locally.

With a large variety of interesting photographs to see, this exhibition is well worth a visit. The exhibition is on display at Nenagh Heritage Centre until August 16. Amdission is free. Nenagh Heritage Centre, The Governor’s House, Kickham Street, is open Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 5pm.

Meanwhile, the Makery in Cloughjordan is running a series of workshops, starting with an Introduction to Natural Plant Dyes this Saturday, July 27. The course for beginners will suit adults and accompanied older children.

Participants will learn how to prepare a dyebath, become familiar with chromophores and mordants, take part in the full process of dyeing fleece and silk with seasonal plant materials, and understand the use of particular equipment. The course runs from 10am to 5pm, cost €60, lunch +€10. Prebooking essential.

The community knitting group meets on Tuesdays from 9am to 1pm. For details, ph: 0505-42886 or email cloughjordanmakery@gmail.com