Rose Statues Kitted Out By Craft Group

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THE Rose of Tralee statue was kept warm on Friday morning thanks to volunteers from Tralee International Resource Centre.

The Craft Group from the centre took part in CraftBomb, a nationwide secret project as a part of a Voluntary Arts Week.

CraftBomb is a project to brighten up your community and help launch Voluntary Arts Week in an explosion of colour and creativity on 9 May!

The aim is to brighten up an area for local public, engage communities and celebrate creativity. TIRC Craft Group asked permission from Tralee Town Council to brighten up the Rose of Tralee statue in Town Park, by adding crochet, knitted and sewn pieces and the statues looked very fetching in their new ensemble.

This year’s Voluntary Arts Week will take place from May 9-18. To find out more visit www.voluntaryartsweek.org

TIRC Craft Group meets every Monday evening from 7:30 pm – 9:30pm in in Tralee International Resource Centre,
13 – 14 St Patrick’s Bungalows, Boherbee, Tralee, Co. Kerry; Phone: 066 71 27918 / 087 982 2983.
Everyone welcome!

Telia Lucid, Tralee, Mary Shanahan, Betina Hoare, Kristina Silina, Alex Shanahan of the Tralee International Resource Centre Craft Group taking part in the Craft-Bomb event in the Town Park on Friday morning.

Telia Lucid, Mary Shanahan, Betina Hoare, Kristina Silina and Alex Shanahan of the Tralee International Resource Centre Craft Group taking part in the Craft-Bomb event in the Town Park on Friday morning.

 

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