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

Fusion Sundays World Culture Market

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Tuesday February 25, 2014 11:43author by Fusion Sundays - Dublin Co.opauthor email fusionsundays at gmail dot comauthor address 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8 Report this post to the editors

Dublin only cultural market

Stalls from around the world, holistic area, workshops for adults and kids, live music, and great vibes

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Fusion Sundays World Culture Market is one of Dublin’s monthly highlights. It is a vibrant, multicultural event focusing on Ireland’s ethnic communities. The colorful indoor market will be held again on Sunday the 9th of March at the Dublin Food Co-op.

Fusion Sundays offers plenty of international stalls, live music, workshops, entertainment for kids and a great selection of delicious food from around the globe.

Explore the different World Cultures present in Dublin today. Browsing the market you will find souvenirs from India, Japanese curiosities and a real Moroccan tea tent... Food from around the globe offers delicacies from place like Italy, Greece, and Bulgaria! There is also a holistic corner with plenty of different massage on offer to relax your senses.

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!
The market is a free event and will be held from 11am till 5pm on Sunday the 9th of March at the Dublin Food Co-op, 12 New Market Square Dublin 8 (off Cork Street) and subsequently on the second Sunday of each month. Free Parking and Wheelchair access.

Related Link: http://www.facebook.com/fusionsundaysmarket
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