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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday February 09 2014
11:00 AM

Fusion Sundays World Culture Market

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Monday February 03, 2014 19:40author by Fusion Sundays - Dublin Co-opauthor email fusionsundays at gmail dot comauthor address 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8 Report this post to the editors

Dublin's only cultural market

Free Market with stalls from around the world, live music, workshops for adults and kids and great ethnic vibes...

Fusion Sundays 9th of Feb
Fusion Sundays 9th of Feb

Fusion Sundays, Dublin’s only World Culture Market, will be held again on Sunday the 9th of February!

More than just a market, Fusion Sundays is a vibrant multicultural event focusing on Ireland’s ethnic communities.

Over 30 stalls are offering a huge array of art, clothes, craft and delicious food from around the globe. Live music is adding an authentic atmosphere to the market, with Alain Servant playing traditional Indian Sarod and an interactive Pizzica Italian Dance performance. There will also be plenty of activities for kids, so they can get involved in music, dance and creativity.

Throughout the day we will host a number of workshops, including Shivam Yoga, World Theatre and West African percussion.

So come down and try a Moroccan tea and pastry in the Arabic Tea Tent or a get plate of traditional Japanese food from the Elmhurst Bakery and afterwards enjoy a Shiatsu Massage in the holistic area.

Fusion Sundays World Culture Market is an exciting and vivid experience for people of all ages, it’s an explosion of colors, tastes and smells!

Fusion Sundays is a free event, the market will be held from 11am till 5pm on Sunday the 9th of February.

And every second Sunday of the month at the Dublin Food Co-op, 12 New Market Square Dublin 8.

There is free Parking and Wheelchair access.

For more info please contact us:

on www.facebook.com/fusionsundaysmarket or send us a mail at: fusionsundays@gmail.com

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