The 35th annual Famine Walk took place via the Doolough Valley in County Mayo on Saturday, May 20th. Renowned singer turned Independent Senator Frances Black, was among this year’s walk leaders. A strong advocate for social justice, Senator Black is the first female Independent from the Seanad’s panel system in the history of the state….Continue reading Reflections from Afri’s 35th Famine Walk
The 35th annual Famine Walk will take place via the Doolough Valley in County Mayo on Saturday, May 20th.
This year’s ‘Festival of Food Sovereignty’ will take place in Maynooth University (Auxilia House (Lecture Theatre 1) & the Edible Garden) on Thursday, April 20th, 2023. There will be music, talk and workshops on foraging with Emma Cooney & Chi Kung / Qigong with Cliona Sharkey. All are welcome.
Afri’s Carlow Famine Walk: Remembrance and Solidarity takes place this Wednesday, March 23rd at 12.30pm. Keynote speaker: Juliana Sassi, music by Joe Black.
THE Féile na Beatha/Festival of Living – From Hurt to Healing to Sustainability begins this week in Carlow.
Afri’s 2023 Doolough Famine Walk will be held on Saturday 20th of May in Louisburgh Co. Mayo. More details to follow soon.
This year, for the first time, Ireland holds an official holiday to honour Brigid – a woman of peace and a carer for the planet.
Join us on February 4th, back in the beautiful Solas Bhríde Centre, Kildare town for the 30th Féile Bríde event with great music, inspirational speakers, discussion, conversations and more.