Wexford Arts Centre – Exhibition – Structures

Title: Wexford Arts Centre – Exhibition – Structures
Location: Wexford
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Description: Cornmarket ,
Wexford Town,
Co Wexford,
Republic of Ireland

Telephone: +353 (0)53 9123764
E-mail: boxoffice@wexfordartscentre.ie

Wexford Arts Centre provides a wide range of artistic activities throughout the year which include: Art Exhibitions featuring local, national and international artists with exhibition tours as well as Theatre, Music, Comedy Dance and Literature performances and creative workshops for all ages.

It is situated in a listed 18th Century building in the centre of Wexford Town. Also within the centre is D’Lush cafe which serves freshly made non preservative fare from local organic produce and makes an ideal rendezvous for coffee break or lunch with full wine list and select beers.

Wexford Arts Centre open all year: Tues-Sat 10am – 6pm.

D’lush cafe Mon-Sat 10am to 5.30pm
Start Date: 2011-01-11
End Date: 2011-02-05

First sighting of year in Irish waters of humpback whale


THE FIRST humpback whale of 2011 seen in Irish waters was identified this week off the southeast coast. Irish Whale and Dolphin Group sightings co-ordinator Pádraig Whooley said the humpback, which has been given the codename #HBIRL13, was seen over two days between Hook Head, Co Wexford, and Dunmore East, Co Waterford.

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2011/0113/1224287412116.html

Duncannon Fort Annual Military Vehicle Re-enactment Week-end

Title: Duncannon Fort Annual Military Vehicle Re-enactment Week-end
Location: Duncannon,
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Description: The military re-enactment will take place on the June bank holiday weekend, where re-enactors from the Middle Ages through to the present times will be putting on performances. Military vehicles from a number of different armies and eras will also be represented.

The show will open to the public from 11am to 5pm. with many different historical re-enactments taking place. There will be a medieval fair in the moat, WWI and WW2 battles, weaponry, archery and much more. Duncannon Fort in its own right is well worth a visit. Its museum, art gallery and café will be open to the public , so if you feel like dropping in and going back in time through the ages of military history, or just want a memorable day out with the family, a great day is guaranteed
Start Date: 2011-06-04
End Date: 2011-06-05