Sep. 24 — 25, 2022
Time: 11:00 — 17:00
Our Harvest Fair celebrates a cornucopia of seasonal food, crafts, clothing, design and art with stalls from local businesses and social enterprises.
Pick up some beautiful gifts, delicious treats and sustainable goods all with a Harvest theme and discover how you can keep shopping locally for a more sustainable future.
Cards made from photos Áine’s taken of the many places and things she loves.
Susanna creates beautiful Irish stained glass art, hand made in Dublin.
Alice will have handmade embroidered pieces for sale.
Laura creates handmade ethical products with sustainability at the heart of her practice
Martha bakes and decorates incredibly intricate and beautiful cakes.
Helen creates knitted Beasties with a life of their own!
3 makers Eileen, Chloe & Rachel designing & handcrafting gifts to give or…keep.
Serving the community by providing the best quality organic, ecologically sourced food at the most affordable prices.
A social apparel and product enterprise inspired by adults with autism selling a range of items.
Cards, prints and originals - Illustrations inspired by the magic in nature.
Carefully crafted resin, ceramic and crystal pendants and jewellery.
Irish hand knitted gifts.
Clondalkin based sisters with a love of macrame and all things handmade.
Handmade natural skincare products with a focus on natural ingredients and eco-friendly packaging.
Zero waste company using cotton jersey fabric making clothing and accessories.
Acrylic fluid art pieces on wood and in frames.
Juanita Browne writes wildlife books for children.
Delicious local honey from Dublin.
Visual artist and maker selling headpieces and garments.
Unique quirky Irish-themed magnets with a twist!
Marushka has handmade quilted, cross stitched and crocheted pieces to sell.
Irish spirits for the modern spirit drinker based in the buzzing area of Dublin 8.
Hand made goods from a local artist.
Lynn will be selling a variety of bags and accessories made of pre-loved wetsuits.
Tamara has bespoke art & crafts made from recycled textiles, wool, wood, beads and plenty more.
Sustainably grown food from their repurposed urban farm.
Their Garden Shop will have a variety of plants you can take home.
Fionntan makes and sells unique artisan vinegars.
Frank makes wooden works from small ornaments to upcycled tables.
Enjoy music, songs and more from local performers or treat yourself to delicious food and drinks from the local cafes and vendors joining us on site.
You will enjoy food and drink from:
The FoodCloud Kitchen:
We are delighted to welcome The FoodCloud Kitchen, Ireland’s First Zero Waste Food Truck to Richmond Barracks.
The FoodCloud Kitchen uses excess surplus food from the FoodCloud Hubs that would otherwise go to waste as ingredients to prepare a delicious food offering to citizens, community organisations and corporate partners at festivals, events or special occasions.
The FoodCloud Kitchen not only serves delicious food that helps save the planet but comes with a generous side of social impact as all profits go back into our core activity of redistributing surplus food to over 600 community and voluntary organisations across Ireland.
The Green Kitchen by WALK
Walkinstown's Green Kitchen & Garden Shop is a social enterprise that partners with WALK, the charity who believe that people with disabilities have the right to live as contributing members in the everyday life of their community. WALK support people through employment, training and community living opportunities.
The Green Kitchen prides itself on its tasty, nutritious, home-cooked foods and serves coffee from the award winning coffee roasters, Bell Lane Coffee.
Enjoy music, songs and more from local performers, including:
Try out something new in our Harvest themed drop-in creative workshops and find out what’s coming up in our Culture Connects programme for all ages, including crafts, dance, gardening, local history, storytelling and singing.
Each tour takes approximately 90 minutes.
Meet local community projects, social enterprises and groups who will share the work they are doing. If you are interested in volunteering locally, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to get involved.
Our mission is to serve our community by providing the best quality organic, ecologically sourced food at the most affordable prices. We are a members co-operative that everyone is welcome to join.
A social enterprise supporting environmental action at community level and it aims to deliver hands-on, practical projects that help voluntary groups boost their local impact. They do this by helping groups to partner with local business, collaborate with likeminded organisations and measure the impact of their work thus successfully harnessing the reach and multiplier effect of volunteer groups and creating interconnected ecosystem supports that help restore wildlife habitats in their area, and those of neighbouring groups.
Connections Arts Centre is an award winning not for profit social enterprise supporting the disability community in Ireland. As a social enterprise, our objective is to improve the lives of the people we serve, and to achieve a positive social impact.
A Social Enterprise that grows fresh seasonal produce using traditional gardening techniques and they do not use any artificial fertilisers. Their product range includes salad, kale, spinach, cherry tomatoes as well as a wide variety of herbs and a whole lot more. They’re passionate about sustainable, healthy, locally grown food that’s good for the neighbourhood and good for the planet.
Our Mission is to create economic, social and culturally strong and vibrant communities in Dublin South City. We work with individuals and communities especially those that are experiencing poverty and exclusion. To achieve our aims we work in partnership with community, voluntary and state bodies
Focus is on environmental education and professional training, led by a national team of scientists and expert facilitators. GAPs goal is to inspire and support everyone throughout Ireland to take practical steps towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
Inchicore Environmental Group (IEG) is a group of residents and members of the business community which wish to improve the quality of life for people who live and work in Inchicore. We want to improve the sense of pride we have as a community and encourage people to take an active interest in their community.
There will be showcase events on Saturday and Sunday:
Inchicore Library will be open each day, and along with all their usual services they will have a special selection of Autumn and Harvest related books available.
Find out more about what to expect when you visit us at Richmond Barracks.