Tuesday, 18th September 2018
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High Tea with Santa Barbara Poets Laureate

On July 22nd at The Parlour Vintage Tearooms, join SB Poets Laureate for poetry, tea, and scones at the Parlour Vintage Tea Rooms in Waterford. €10 to include high tea.

California poets David Starkey, Chryss Yost and Paul J. Willis are on tour in Ireland with Gunpowder Press. David Starkey, publisher of Gunpowder Press, also edits some of the best selling composition textbooks in the U.S. His poems reflect his wry sense of humour and love of popular culture. Paul Willis is also a essayist who has recently completed several National Park writing residencies. His poems show a naturalist's keen observations of the grand and sublime American West. Chryss Yost is a co-editor and designer for Gunpowder Press.

Brought to you by the Arts Office, Waterford City & County Council and Modwords.

Medugorje Healing Mass

A Medugorje Healing Mass will be held on Wednesday the 25th of July. 2018, in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, Mount Sion, Barrack St. Waterford starting with the Holy Rosary at 7.30pm followed by Holy Mass.

Celebrant: Fr. Sean De Leis. Music Ministry: Medugorje Choir. Light Refreshments after Mass. Contact Maura at 051-376552 / 085-7022103. All are Welcome

Waterford Regional Gardening Club

On Saturday 21st July 2018 from 2pm to 5pm a fundraising event in aid of Inistioge Puppy Rescue Centre takes place at the garden of Margaret Barron, Fahafeela, Kilmacthomas.

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Letters to the Editor

  • A Wonderful Harvest

    Even though the weather Gods didn’t exactly play ball over the weekend it doesn’t take away from the fact that this years Waterford Harvest Festival was yet again another wonderful success. It was great to see the streets of the centre of the city so beautifully and thoughtfully decked out. The various food stalls offering tastes from all over were great to wander around. The information and background that each of the stall holders were able to give on the provenance of their food was really interesting an …

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