Engage the children and have lots of fun on the kids' discovery trail, spotting all sorts of interesting things in the Celtic Gardens and around the Nature Trail.
Brigit’s Garden is hosting the first ‘Sunrise Children’s Festival’, a unique weekend festival with camping, dedicated solely to children and their families.
Come and enjoy a unique opportunity to dance, celebrate, sing, create, and camp with your kids and all the family! ALL GUESTS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR GRAND FINALE PARADE ON SATURDAY NIGHT- A PROCESSION THROUGH OUR CELTIC-THEMED GARDENS OF OUR CELTIC WARRIORS & GODDESSES (YOUNG & OLD) PRIOR TO OUR INCREDIBLE FIRE SPECTACULAR AND BONFIRE - please dress up and join in the fun!! Please note these tickets are subject to a booking fee in order to cover all costs involved.
Please pay attention to the signs for the overnight carpark and day carpark during this event. Summary: Brigit's Garden is hosting its first ever weekend children's festival on the 23rd and 24th July 2016. From Medtronic, Covidien and Boston Scientific to HP and IBM, these household names are backed up by a solid backbone of local businesses run by Galway’s own entrepreneurs. Galway has an advantage over many other cities in Ireland as  it is within an hour’s drive of  Shannon airport in the south and 40 minutes to Ireland West airport in Mayo. Not far from Galway City, Oranmore is a thriving community with beautiful Renville park, views over the river to the castle and the swans, the great local schools and sports teams. If you are into sailing, Oranmore is the best location as its close to Galway Bay Sailing Club and if you need to travel to Dublin for work, the motorway is nearby. Startup Galway is a buzzy new network focused on tech entrepreneurship, led by John Breslin, John Brosnan, Mic FitzGerald and Barry O’Sullivan.

Maria Moynihan Lee, the driving force behind most of the big festivals and events in Galway. A city alive with culture, Galway City was recently named Galway UNESCO City of Film – one of only 5 in the world. Sea Week and Bog Week in Connemara, Connemara Mussel Festival, 12 Bens and Connemara National Park, Galway Oyster Festival,  Galway Comedy Festival, Baboro International Arts Festival for Children & Famillies. Connacht Rugby is on the up and bring a great atmosphere to the town, the Christmas Market adds warmth to the cold winter.
Galway has become a great destination for students to learn English, bringing youth and colour to the west in droves. The present church, located in an old ringfort dates from c.1500, although the lower parts of the north and east walls are somewhat older. Over 16 years in operation, the project is trusted by 650+ artists to present more than 11,000 original artworks. There's plenty of natural fun to be had in the Playground, and in the rest of Brigit's Garden too.
Just 1km after this you will see a brown heirtage sign with Brigit's Garden name on it pointing to the right.
Home to one of Ireland’s Irish-speaking regions in Connemara and a base for culture, theatre and the arts, Galway also has a very healthy local business and has attracted many major foreign companies to locate there.
Add in the purpose-built, newly completed M4 motorway connecting Dublin and Galway, the busy train station in Galway city centre and you can see why Galway has the edge on so many when it comes to infrastructure and travel access.

Known as the ‘city of the tribes’ its wonderful narrow streets give the city a special feel.
Choose from golf on spectacular links courses, fishing on remote twinkling lakes, walking the craggy mountains or simply soaking up the wild untamed scenery. Its Open Platform model encourages professional, emerging and amateur artists to share an inclusive online showcase. Don't miss the basket swings, sitting on the bog-wood throne, exploring the fairy fort, following the secret trail through the woodland, fishing for bugs in the pond and discovering the whispering pipes in the stone chamber! Take this right and the entrance to Brigit's Garden is on the left approximately 2km from this turn (after the community centre and church on the left hand-side).
There are plenty of nice villages within a short commute too, such as Barna, Moycullen and Craughwell – all small villages with warm community spirits. Smooth pebbles (curse stones or cure stones) would be turned in the basin, litanies recited and curses cast or cures effected.

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