And the well-known buildings are:
Mount Argus church, the Poolbeg stacks, Church of our Lady of the Rosary, Four Courts,
Ha’penny Bridge, St Patrick’s Cathedral, The GPO, the Spire, Liberty Hall, the Custom House,
Croke Park, the Convention Centre, Samuel Beckett Bridge and the Ulster Bank buildings.
Here is a 10 minute show of memories of the last 10 years of the Harold’s Cross Community Festival. Photos of the concerts, plays, poetry sessions, lectures, art exhibitions, children’s games, children’s drawings, Dublin Sketchers, pop-up gaeltachts, all sorts of entertainment, volunteers volunteering and much, much more
Some people saw this during the festival this year, but it has been changed since to add in some pictures from this year’s festival and other items.
Tá roinnt pictiurí ón Lá Spraoi a d’eagraigh Glór Mológa ann. Mar shampla Crann na Bealtaine – bhí sé ann an chéad bhliain agus tá sé ann i mbliana arís agus páistí Scoil Mológa á n-úsáid ina rince. D’fhás an Fhéile ó bhliain go bliain ach d’fhan an fhís mar an gcéanna i gcónaí – tacaíocht a thabhairt do mhuintir na h-áite.
When the people from the National Museum came to Harold’s Cross in May 2019, a short film was made. You can view it here:
In a recent event, Tony and Eileen McDermott were awarded for their contribution to the community. This achievement was featured in the recent Newsletter.
Here are a couple of pages from the recent newsletter explaining the background of the festival which celebrated 10 years.
The Festival will take place in Harold’s Cross during the week of 13th May – culminating on sunday 19th May.