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Future Makers 2017 is now open for entries

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The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) Future Makers Awards & Supports programme is now accepting online applications for 2017. With a prize fund totalling €24,500, Future Makers Awards & Supports is one of the largest prize-funded award programmes in Europe for students and emerging makers, rewarding the next generation of Irish creatives and helping them to develop a career in the craft and design industry.

Epoch third birthday bash

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THE EPOCH clubnight at Factory celebrates its third birthday this Saturday with a DJ set from no less a figure in the scene than the formidable DJ TLR.

Crafting a living from a growing

When she was 10 years old, Patricia Overton watched in fascination as her mother’s nimble fingers manouvered a crochet hook, weaving together the delicate strands of a baby’s christening shawl.

Councillors call for water conservation incentives

Mullingar councillors are calling on the Minister for the Environment to offer certain incentives to householders when it comes to the implementation of water charges in 2015.

Style Isle

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Fashion DIY

Sharing Fair craft sale takes place tomorrow

Friends of Sharing Fair in Kilkenny have organised a coffee morning and crafts sale taking place tomorrow, Saturday November 12.

Comics West! takes place on Saturday

COMICS WEST!, the Irish comic book fair organised by NUI Galway’s Comic Book Society takes place in the university on Saturday November 12.

Craft and food producers needed for fair

Local craft and food producers are needed for the Crafters Ireland Fair at the Mullingar Park Hotel on Sunday October 2. This is the first time the popular Crafters Ireland team have brought the fair to Mullingar. Free activities and facepainting will be taking place throughout the day allowing adults time to browse at over 35 stands of regional Irish produce, crafts and gifts. There will also be psychic readers on hand to examine your future. A donation from the event goes to The Samaritans.

Critical Mass Galway cycle

Critical Mass Galway will have its one year anniversary cycle on Saturday May 7 in order to highlight issues of concern to the city’s cyclists.

Have your own water harvesting system

Usable water is a resource which is becoming increasingly scarce in Ireland. Water extracted, processed, and supplied through either the public water supply or private water schemes is becoming more and more expensive for the consumer.

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