Cruinniú na nÓg takes place this Saturday 13th June. It is Ireland’s national day of creative activity for children and young people – and entire families.
Check out the fantastic events organised for you by Roscommon County Council Arts Office, Heritage Office and Library Service, Roscommon Arts Centre, Music Generation Roscommon and Roscommon County Youth Theatre. In order to make the event happen this year, most activities are online.
Friday 12th June
All Day: My Creative Life RTE Homeschool Hub Podcast – the Lawlor Family from the Warren in Boyle, members of Music Generation Roscommon Youth Orchestra https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/podcasts/search?searchTerm=my%20creative%20life
3pm: Launch of This is Me Children’s Portrait Exhibition in windows of Roscommon Arts Centre
Saturday 13th June
Links to all events online https://cruinniu.creativeireland.gov.ie/events/location/roscommon/
10am: Kyle Riley Virtual Little Folk Family Music Show
11am: Dolores Keaveney The Little Sunflower Seed Reading & Workshop
All Day: Brickflicks: Lego Animation Film
All Day: One Voice: Virtual Cruinniú Choir
All Day: Roscommon County Youth Theatre Life in Retrospect Photography Exhibition
All Day: Roscommon Youth Theatre Hear Your Voice Monologues
All Day: Branar Theatre Pop Up Poetry for ‘lil Peeps
All Day: Roscommon Wild Child Nature Hunt
All Day: Let’s go Fishing Craft making
All Day: Explore the past Take a Trip in an Online Time Machine
All Day: Make a Heritage Podcast
All Day: Let’s Talk History – How to access the School’s Folklore Collection
All Day: Be a Nature Artist
All Day: Be an Iron Age Hero Watch an online story with Chris Thompson
4pm: Branar Theatre Rockin’ Rhymes for music lovers age 2 to 102!
All Day: Music Generation Roscommon Zoom Workshops
Ukulele, Electric Guitar, Traditional Flute/Whistle, Jazz, Singing
Advance registration necessary by emailing [email protected]
Cruinniú na nÓg is an initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and is presented in partnership with RTÉ and Roscommon County Council.