The Craft Granary in Cahir, is holding a food and craft gathering event on Thursday, July 17th from 6-9pm.
This event will include both food and craft producers. Stunning work will be on display from craft workers from the South-East of Ireland. These crafters hail from Tipperary, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford with a mix of crafts from woodturning, ceramists, art, felting, slate and glass.
Local foods include tasty relishes, jams, chutneys and home baking. A Gallery Exhibition will also be launched and run until the end of August.
Craft demonstrations will be given by Violeta Pserackaite (a felting designer from Clonmel), Pat Ivors (a wood turner from Ballingarry), Fred O’Mahony (a wood turner from Waterford) and Agnes O’Dea (a jeweller from Tipperary Town).
You will enjoy the opportunity to see how some of this fabulous craft is created.
There will also be a wide variety of foods on display from local food artisans such as Ayle Foods, Vera Miklas, The Country Market and the Green Bowl Company.
Don’t deprive yourself of a great night, surround yourself with the ambience of amazing Irish Craft and Artisan food and help celebrate the talent that is on our doorstep. All are welcome and entry is free.
The Craft Granary, a beautifully restored 19th Century grain store, is located on Church St in Cahir. It acts as a showcase for quality handcrafted items from the South-East of Ireland. The craft centre features pottery, glassware, woodturning, occasional furniture, photography, fashion accessories, soft furnishings, handmade cards, jewellery, children’s toys with a Celtic twist and local food products.
The gallery on the first floor features exhibitions by local artists and craft workers and entry is free of charge.
All are welcome to come in and browse either in person or online at www.craftgranary.com.