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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday April 13 2014
11:00 AM

FUSION SUNDAYS

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Monday March 24, 2014 14:28author by Fusion Sundays - Dublin Co.opauthor email fusionsundays at gmail dot comauthor address 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8 Report this post to the editors

WORLD CULTURE MARKET

Free indoor market with stalls from around the globe, workshops, live music and great vibes...

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If your looking for something exciting to do on a Sunday afternoon join us at the upcoming Fusion Sundays World Culture Market! The vibrant event offers plenty of international stalls, live music, workshops, as well as giving an insight to Dublin's multicultural communities. The colorful indoor market will be held again on Sunday the 13th of April at the Dublin Food Co-op.

No where else can you find souvenirs from around the globe such as jewellery from Mexico, Indian Sarees, Spanish arts and crafts, or handmade cosmetics from Africa. Plenty of stalls will be offering culinary delicacies from places like Italy, Greece or Bulgaria. Workshops such as Shivam Yoga or African Drumms will entertain both adults and kids.
Taste some fresh mint tea at the real Moroccan Tea Tent, treat yourself to a massage at the Holistic Ccorner, and enjoy the authentic vibes of live music and great international performances.

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 13th of April 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.

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