Join us as we celebrate the Summer Solstice. Suggested donation: €10.00
I don’t know exactly what a prayer is.
I do know how to pay attention, how to fall down
into the grass, how to kneel down in the grass,
how to be idle and blessed, how to stroll through the fields,
which is what I have been doing all day.
Tell me, what else should I have done?
Extract from”The Summer Day” by Mary Oliver
The Men’s Shed has its facilities at Cill Dara Housing Association, Campion Crescent, Kildare Town.
The Shed is growing from strength to strength.
Why not drop in any time during the day from 11.00 a.m. onwards and learn about the many projects undertaken by the Men’s Shed. They have developed a variety of composting initiatives and will be happy to demonstrate how waste can be reduced by the establishment of leaf litters, a wormery, and variety of composting methods. One of their projects for Feile Bride is to set up a bug hotel in the grounds of Solas Bhride.
Revisiting some of the traditions and customs associated with St. Brigid and their relevance today
The Solas Bhride Team, in their presentation, will be revisiting some of the traditions and customs associated with St. Brigid and their relevance today. They will speak on some of the customs associated with:
– the gathering of the rushes
– the making of the crosses
– Brigid’s eve rituals
– the Brat Bhride
Walk and talk by Mario Corrigan
Enjoy a walk around Kildare’s Monastic trail with Mario Corrigan, Historian with The Local Studies Department of Kildare County Council’s Library & Arts Service. The walking tour will include a visit to St. Brigid’s Cathedral, Round Tower and fire temple. Discover this fascinating heritage dating back to the 5th Century and beyond.
Advance Booking Essential
Group Tours: 15+ (tours will be adjusted to each groups requirements based on ability, time available etc.)
Bookings/Enquiries: 00 353 45 530 672 / firstname.lastname@example.org