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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday August 13 2017
11:00 AM

Fusion Sundays Market

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Friday August 11, 2017 00:59author by Fusion Sundays Ethnic Market - Fusion Sundaysauthor email fusionsundays at gmail dot comauthor address 12 Newmarket Report this post to the editors

World Culture Market

World Culture Market in the Dublin Food Co.op

FUSION SUNDAYS -WORLD CULTURE MARKET
Experience the only market in Dublin celebrating ethnic diversity this Summer! The Fusion Sundays -World Culture Market is unique event offering a great selection of international stalls, street-food from around the globe, interactive workshops and live performances. The indoor market is held on the13th of August at the Dublin Food Co.op, just around the corner from St. Patrick Cathedral.

More than just a market there is a lot happening this month… Browse a huge selection of stalls offering everything from handmade jewellery, cool trinkets, art, souvenirs from around the world, and artisan food. Get and Indian Head Massage, join one of the pop-up workshops, and relax in a real moroccan tea tent. To complete the experience check out some of the exciting live dance performances throughout the day.
Fusion Sundays promises to be a great Sunday afternoon for the whole family.

Fusion Sundays -World Culture Market is taking place on the 13th of August, 11am-5pm and subsequently on the second Sunday of every month.We are situated at the Dublin Food Co-op, 12 New Market Square Dublin 8, there is always ample free parking as well as wheelchair access.
ALL WELCOME!

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