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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday December 09 2012
11:00 AM

Christmas Fark

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Tuesday November 27, 2012 11:15author by National Print Museum Report this post to the editors

From the 6 to 9 December, the mezzanine level of the National Print Museum (Old Garrison Chapel of Beggars Bush Barracks) transforms into a winter wonderland with market stalls selling all sorts of unique and affordable gifts.

Items on sale include jewellery, home accessories, cards, letterpress posters and books, handmade soaps and many more craft and design products.

Families can enjoy self-guided arts and crafts activities and try their hands at printing a Christmas poster using traditional letterpress methods.

christmas_fair_poster_2012.jpg

The Gutenberg Cafe will be open for the duration of the event serving seasonal favourites.

A special Christmas experience for all!

Opening hours:
Thursday 16.00-20.00 (includes carol signing)
Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11.00-16.00

Entry is free of charge.

National Print Museum
Beggars Bush Barracks
Haddington Road
Dublin 4
01 6603770

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