Thursday, 20th September 2018
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Family-fun, festivity & food

The Waterford Harvest Festival not only showcases some of the region's best food producers, it also adds a big dollop of festive, family friendly fun events to the Waterford calendar for three days in September.

Winding its way from Arundel Square to John Roberts Square, through the city's Cultural Quarter and upwards to Ballybricken Green and beyond, Waterford Harvest Festival has a whole host of family entertainment lined up!

Plot your course through the Festival markets armed with your appetite, as Arundel Square is transformed into a giant market stall. Keep a little room for some sweet treats as O'Connell Street and Gladstone Street will be home to dozens more producers serving scrumptious savouries.

In City Square Shopping Centre, Caroline Stafford of Cocoa Cookhouse reveals the process of chocolate making, from bean to bar! In George's Street, WIT's Calmast returns with a host of free workshops and fun demonstrations. A packed programme of events take place at Garter Lane Arts Centre.

Ballybricken will be buzzing with a whole host of fun, including the Agri Aware Mobile Farm, The National Reptile Zoo, Mayfield Birds of Prey, majestic shire horse as Four Shires Horses, East Waterford Bee Keepers Association and much more. See


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