FCWG tell tales at Fermanagh Arts Festival mini-fest

In my last post I encouraged everyone to get involved in the arts – by participating or supporting them – so, if you’re anywhere near Enniskillen this weekend, here’s your chance to so. The Fermanagh Arts Festival’s mini-fest is happening this weekend.

Art, music, literature and crafts will enliven the next few days. There’s a visual art exhibition at the Clinton Centre, music – folk, traditional and classical – rocking several venues, literature talks and readings at the Museum and puppet making to try your hand at.

The Fermanagh Creative Writing Group is jumping straight into the fun. We’ll be sharing some of our stories and poems with listeners at the Museum, 3-4pm on Saturday afternoon. I may tell the audience about My Memories: the rosy or real past? or I might get into the spirit of the past few weeks and recount a tale of snow shovelling that will allow you to gloat about your own efforts. And, who knows what tales the rest of our group will tell?

Have a look at the webpage at www.enniskillenartsfestival.com for the mini-fest’s complete schedule. Then come out to enjoy and support the arts!


About Dianne Ascroft

I'm a Canadian writer and author, living in Britain. My first novel, 'Hitler and Mars Bars' was released in March 2008. More information abo
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