Carlow Famine Walk: Remembrance and Solidarity
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.
FAMINE FESTIVAL WILL REFLECT ON IRELAND’S DARKEST HOUR
THE Féile na Beatha/Festival of Living – From Hurt to Healing to Sustainability begins this week in Carlow.
Date for your diary – Famine Walk 2023
Afri’s 2023 Doolough Famine Walk will be held on Saturday 20th of May in Louisburgh Co. Mayo. More details to follow soon.
Reflections from Féile Bríde 2023
This year, for the first time, Ireland holds an official holiday to honour Brigid – a woman of peace and a carer for the planet.
FÉILE BRÍDE 2023: DARKNESS, DAWNING, LIGHT
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.
Food for Thought – Féile an Fhómhar
Join us on Wednesday, November 23rd from 9.30am to 3pm for our Food for Thought – Féile an Fhómhar event
Peace activists call on government leaders to tackle climate change
On Saturday November 12th at the Famine graveyard in Manorhamilton there were calls on government leaders attending COP 27 in Egypt to take urgent action to tackle climate change.
Hedge School 2022
Join us on Tuesday, November 15th from 10:00am to 3.00pm for our Annual Hedge School.
The Famine Walk Returns
After 3 decades on the road and two years online (due to Covid) the Famine Walk returns to Mayo on Saturday, May 21st 2022.
Teacher Training for Secondary School Teachers
Afri’s teacher training for secondary school teachers takes place on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 from 10am to 1pm at Síolta Chroí, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.