Various Venues27,28 September - 12:00 pm Tickets Free
Celebrating Arts, Agriculture and Environment with
Kinsale Farmer’s Market
Sunday 21 and 28 September
Grab a gourmet bite to eat from the Kinsale Family Farmer’s Market offering fresh, organic and locally produced food at Short Quay Square.
Hunt and Darton’s Food Fight
Brutally brilliant food warfare with performance artists Hunt and Darton – warm up workshops running all day
Let Them Eat Cake with guest judge Shannon Keane (Diva)
Short Quay Square
Budding bakers are invited to submit cheap viagra cakes and bakes of all shapes and sizes with a prize for the winning entry, with everyone invited to share the spoils on this very special festival birthday. See website for details on how to enter.
Small Green Fields
Sunday 28 September
American food writer, Imen McDonnell, travels across the green hills and hedgerows of Ireland to meet a handful of special personalities who are part and parcel of Ireland’s remarkable artisanal food and farming community. This short film is showing throughout the day.
Sculpting a Sustainable Future with Transition Town Kinsale
Talks and tours on permaculture techniques and ideas on local food Join Transition Town Kinsale as they explore the accessibility and freshness of local fruits
and vegetables, including a guided walk through the permaculture gardens, talks on vegetarian cooking and eating, maps of Kinsale’s new edible landscape, and information on preparing lotions and creams made from organic ingredients. Plus talks from local growers such as Aimi Pinder of Kinsale Green Growers
Farm. A fun, educational day – working together to sculpt a sustainable future.
The Forest, The Field, The Sea, The Sky
Saturday 27 September 11–2pm
€12 (all materials provided)
Badgers, heron, mackerel, wild garlic. From the generic viagra farm to the forest, Kinsale is home to all manner of flora and fauna, on the land and in the sea. Taking its inspiration from the unique marine surroundings, children are invited to celebrate this environment, becoming their plant, fish or fowl of choice for a weekend. Using rustic materials taken from the land, the sky and the seashore, participants will design and create their chosen mask, costume or headdress, to wear for the parade at Short Quay Square, marking the festival’s close at 2pm on Sunday 28 September.
Bring a packed lunch.