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What’s on at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art (December – February 2021)

Last time I`ve been in VISUAL in September 2020. You can see it in this post: What’s on at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art (July – October 2020) Now, since December 2020 at VISUAL begun new season. Inspired by the Main Gallery exhibition, The Soil Becomes Scandinavian, VISUAL beautiful light box building has been decorated […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

Magical Christmas lights at Delta Sensory Gardens

Christmas at Delta Sensory Gardens ranked as No 4 on the list of 25 things to do in Ireland this Christmas recently published by RTÉ. Delta Sensory Gardens are switching on the Christmas lights in the gardens from 5th until December 22th, with late opening until 7pm each night. There is no need to book […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

12 Pubs of (Christmas) Carlow Town

In Poland we have a tradition of serving twelve dishes at Christmas Eve. In Ireland, the number twelve is also associated with Christmas, but a bit different … Ireland is a land of whiskey and land of numerous pubs. Therefore there is a yearly tradition called “12 Pubs of Christmas.” 12 Pubs of Christmas has […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

Winter illuminating scenes at VISUAL

`Bringing some light to the dark winter months, the VISUAL building has transformed into a shadow theatre. Inspired by Main Gallery exhibition, The Soil Becomes Scandinavian, beautiful light box building has been decorated with winter wonderland scenes. Illuminating winter forest scenes of reindeer, trees and the magic of the Northern lights. This Christmas, visit VISUAL […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

Christmas Jumper Day

While many seasonal events have been canceled this year, Christmas Jumper Day 2020 is one that is thankfully still going ahead. Christmas Jumper Day is an annual fundraising campaign in Ireland and The UK organised by charity Save the Children. On a specific Friday in December, people are encouraged to make the world better with […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

Carlow Tree of Remembrance

The 2020 Rotary Tree of Remembrance started on Saturday November 14th and will keep going until 25th January 2021. It is fundraising for Rotary Club of Carlow. Rotary Carlow was founded in 1986 and is an active group of professional Men and Women who want to use their skills to ‘give back’ to the community. […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

Christmas at Arboretum Home & Garden Heaven

Throughout the year Arboretum Home & Garden Heaven surprises their visitors with some news illustrating the changing seasons. In Winter, the Centre is becoming a real Christmas paradise, full of fabulous ornaments and ideas for Christmas presents. There were very popular annual Christmas Events like Breakfast and Supper with Santa. The village of Santa Claus […]

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Carlow Culture
Winter`s events

Christmas Lights 2020 in Carlow Town

Every year I took a part in the ceremony of Christmas Lights switch on at Carlow town. It was my favourite Winter’s Event. Especially I liked Éist Candlelight Walk of Hope. The Éist Cancer Support Centre Carlow annual Candlelight Walk of Hope 2020, was go virtual this year and was take place on Saturday 21st […]

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Top 10 Haunted Places in County Carlow

Almost every town and village in Ireland has its ghosts stories. There are places where you can feel the thrill of emotions and with a bit of luck and … belief in paranormal phenomena to meet ghosts. Irish enthusiasts and paranormal researchers Cormac Strain and Danny Carthy described the results of their many years of […]

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Carlow Culture

What’s on at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art (July – October 2020)

VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art is one of must visit places in County Carlow. It is the largest exhibition space for contemporary visual art on a global scale. Currently you can see five exhibitions which are available since 23th July until 18th October. The admission is free but you have to book your visit on-line […]

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Carlow Culture

“Follow Me Up to Carlow”

Town of Carlow has been commemorated in the famous Irish folk song “Follow Me Up to Carlow”. It is a traditional sixteenth-century Irish rebel song. Words were written by Patrick Joseph McCall (Irish poet and songwriter born in Dublin). The original “Follow Me Up to Carlow” is an Irish song celebrating the defeat of 3,000 […]

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Carlow Culture
Summer`s events

Carlow Vintage and Classic Motor Club Show

Jaguars, Cadillacs, Chevrolets, Rolls Royces, Mustangs, Mercedeses … Shows of classic and vintage cars such as the one organized by Carlow Vintage and Classic Motor Club are popular in Ireland. Clubs associating the owners of classic and vintage cars are in many irish towns each County. There are many owners and lovers of classic and […]

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