Festivals | Meath Arts Group

By: Meath Arts Group  05/12/2011
Keywords: Solstice Arts

For this, the second successive festival, Solstice Arts Centre has engaged with a number of like-minded businesses, artists, organisations and individuals as well as local authorities in the spirit of collaboration and community to bring a series of exciting, stimulating events and activities in one fun-filled week.

Events will be happening in a number of venues and locations throughout the town including; Solstice Arts Centre (Railway Street) the Happy Bear Café (Watergate Street), Beggy’s Bar (Bridge Street), Earl’s Kitchen (Old Cornmarket Street)  and Tara na Ri (Garlow Cross).

Throughout the festival week, a number of local community groups including Meath Arts Group, Navan Rehabcare, Tain Daycare, Kells & Dunshaughlin Mental Healthcentres, Bri Meath & Louth, Youthreach Progression, and Navan Active Retirement Group together present an Art Trail in the town, exploring the theme of Enlightenment.

Keywords: Solstice Arts

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