Mad Ideas, Tall Tales: A Story About Stories, Fairytales and Festivals. FREE Sun 11 Feb 4pm Cloughjordan

Have you ever read a brilliant novel and wondered how the author ever came up with the idea? You can find out how this Sunday when the author of the children’s novels The Maloneys’ Magical Weatherbox and The Cloak of Feathers, Nigel Quinlan, presents his new show, Mad Ideas, Tall Tales: A Story About Storytelling, Fairytales and Festivals. The […]

Cloughjordan Ecovillage Hosting Two Ecolearn Events in October

Community Living Cloughjordan Ecolearn hosts ‘Community Living’, on Saturday 3rd October, 11am-5pm in Cloughjordan Ecovillage Resilience Centre. We offer a day of learning on the theme of community, not just as a place to live, but also as a source of our well being, an enabler of resilience in the face of climate change and […]

Month of Community Cinema in Cloughjordan

Cloughjordan will be celebrating Bealtaine with two FREE film screenings this month. The classic film The Quiet Man will be screened on Sunday 10th May and The Hundred Foot Journey will be screened on 24th May. In addition the regular monthly community film screening will be IDA on Sunday 17th May, entrance to this film […]

Grace Wilde to launch ‘Bring me to my knees’ in Cloughjordan

“Delicious melodrama…earthy vocals…a tightly disciplined mix of intimate rock & bluesy soul” Irish Times   Doors 8pm. Adm 10e/5e concession. Booking: 0505 42123 Grace Wilde is a North Co. Dublin based band, fronted by singer songwriter Audrey Fay and guitarist Enda Duffy. Their debut EP ‘Bring me to my knees’ will be released on April 13th, […]

New season of films screening in Cloughjordan

The cineclub screenings are held in the Thomas MacDonagh Heritage Centre in Lower Main St, Cloughjordan. Screenings are open to all and cost €7, payable at the door.  Full information on the Cineclub is available on line at or watch out for posters of coming events in the local shops. The coming attractions are: 19 Oct   THE […]

Canadian Woman Finds Her Roots in Tipperary: Book Launch Sunday 6 July

Sheelagh na Gig bookshop invites everyone to attend the launch of Going Home: Tipperary Roots by Canadian Judith A Colbert on Sunday, 5 July at 8pm in the Thomas MacDonagh Heritage Centre in Cloughjordan.   In Canada, settlers from Tipperary played a major role in the formation of London Township in southwesternOntario. As a descendant of a Tipperary family, Judith A. Colbert set out to learn more […]

Coffee evening for Africa Aware in Cloughjordan

The “Warm Heart of Africa” is an apt name for Malawi.This heart beats with the amazing resilience of people hit with all sorts of tragedies – poverty, disease and AIDS – and yet the place remains a place of laughter. This laughter is everywhere and it comes to you from across the plains and through […]

Cloughjordan Eco village to participate in Ireland’s First ‘Open Doors Days’

Cloughjordan Eco village is participating in Ireland’s first ‘Open Doors Days’ event taking place this weekend November 8 – 10.  During the ‘Open Doors Days’ members of the public can visit pioneering low energy homes and buildings throughout Ireland. Up to ten houses in Cloughjordan Eco village will be available to visit over the course of […]

Going Wild Over Foraged Food in Cloughjordan Sept 7th

Author Kit Ó Céirín and forager Sharon Greene will introduce foraging techniques and prepared food on Saturday, 7 September at 4pm at Sheelagh na Gig bookshop in celebration of the republication of Cyril and Kit Ó Céirín’s classic book on foraging, Wild and Free. Husband and wife team Cyril and Kit Ó Céirín first published […]

Cloughjordan EcoLearn Experience Weekend 21-22 September, 2013

Resilient You! Re-Discover Your Bouncebackability   From Despicable Me to Resilient You! After a summer entertaining the kids and managing the challenges of establishing a healthy lifestyle in today’s always-on world, take a deep breath and come up for air in Cloughjordan Ecovillage where you can treat yourself to some me-time and re-discover your bouncebackability […]

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