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Home STREET Home is an exciting new home decor and design store, based on Harold’s Cross Road.
The shop was set up by Laury Poisson and Ed Donnelly, and their focus is on sourcing unique handmade pieces, made from reclaimed or recycled materials.
The shop was officially opened recently and here are some photographs of that event.
The Christmas Tree will be lit in Harold’s Cross Park at a ceremony at 5pm on Sunday 27th November. See the poster below for all the details.
The Annual General Meeting of the Harold’s Cross Community Council will be held on Monday 21st November at 8.30pm in the Harold’s Cross Pastoral Centre.
All are welcome.
21st November, Monday night – Harold’s Cross AGM – all welcome
27th November, Sunday evening – Christmas Tree Lighting in Harold’s Cross Park
more information about these events to follow
If you missed the wonderful performance of “Pull Down a Horseman” during the Festival you can catch it at the Pearse Museum in Rathfarnham next Sunday afternoon.
See here for more details.
Business to Arts and leading corporate law firm, A&L Goodbody, have today announced author Catherine Ann Cullen as the 2016 Writer in Residence under the Docklands Arts Fund. Catherine will work with children at St. Joseph’s Co-Ed Primary School in East Wall to develop their creativity and literacy skills
Catherine Ann was one of the poets who participated in the Harolds Cross Festival 2016 Poetry in Rosies event in May.
Catherine Ann is third from the left in this photo.
A new book by Joe Curtis, “Harold’s Cross, A History”, has just been published by The History Press, and is available from Alan Hanna in Rathmines, Dubray in the Swan Centre, Village Bookshop in Terenure, Easons, etc.
The book is a more detailed companion to his earlier book of photos of Harold’s Cross, and the new book features many old photos not previously published.
The latest Newsletter of the Harold’s Cross Community Council is out now. In it you will find articles with reminiscences by local residents, items about art, film and sign writing and an update on various developments in the area. There are also lots of Halloween games.
Click here to read the entire Newsletter:- newsletter-autumn-2016