The drama performance delved into the intricacies of our food systems and its role in climate change.
Jonathan Smyth selects tales from people who left Cavan and made good, and only occasionally made bad.
Capturing a vanishing Ireland - 'My Cure and Me' is a heart-warming, nostalgic documentary exploring the experience of faith healers, examining a practice steeped in faith and rich in history and folklore.
There is a legend connected with the beautiful lake of Lough Sheelin, about the love of 'Orwin and Sebana'. This story has been brought back to life through this wonderful book of poetry and painting, by the artist Kim Gaffney.
The Hacklers delivered a dramatic presentation of poems by Greg Delanty.
Images included in the calendar are competition entries by older and younger residents of Co Cavan to creatively depict the 5 ways to well-being
'Where Past and Present Converge brings to life Bailieboroughs’ unique history and environment through a stunning mural.
This documentary focuses on who healers are in modern Ireland and whether cures are being passed on to future generations
Making Music Maintaining Wellbeing programme included singing for health and samba drumming workshops.
NYAH Comhaltas Cavan Three Mentoring Session to all ages, all cultures, and to all traditions.
Killeshandra Tidy Towns community conservation project at Rath Church. Led by skilled craft people this architectural conservation also included educational interaction, practical demonstrations and public engagement.
Loch Gowna Tidy Towns has received a fantastic response to the environmentally friendly art workshops and mural.
The production of Tara Maria Lovett’s ‘The Half Coat’ at Cavan County Museum was a highly successful event, with a fantastic audience turnout and with very positive comments and reviews.