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Christmas Craft Fair

Saturday December 3, 2022
- Saturday December 3, 2022
An Grianán's annual Christmas craft and art fair is back.
Show Date & Time:
Saturday December 3, 10:00am
TO 4:00PM
Ticket Price:


Once again we have the very best Craft and Art Fair you’re likely to attend this year, and entry is free.

There are items to suit every pocket from as little as a few euro right up to that special present for that very special person in your life. Stallholders are carefully selected to provide a range of the best locally produced pottery and ceramics, textiles, batiks, fashion, jewellery, art prints and more from the finest designer, makers and artists in the North West, in a lovely atmosphere.

Come and spend a while browsing and enjoy a warming hot chocolate, tea, coffee and seasonal snacks in our cafe.

The box office will be open for those of you wishing to buy tickets and gift vouchers as Christmas gifts too.

Taking part this year are

Deirdre Ramsay: Handmade Vintage Bags.

Sheila Dwyer: Linoprints

Dark Horse Linocut Studio-An-Grainan
Dark Horse Linocut by Sheelagh Dwyer

Ronnatt Ledwith: Handknits

Brian McGee: Ceramics

Ceramics by Brian McGee

Amy Boyce: Hand Crocheted scarves, bags and small animals

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By Amy Boyce

John Henna: Master Weaver


StoneMad: pictures made from stones and pebbles

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A picture by StoneMad

Sean McFadden: Portraits and Landscapes

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