The Dublin Made Me Market takes place in Smock Alley, celebrating the richness of food that is available in Dublin.

The Dublin Made Me Market is a one-day event taking place taking place on Sunday, 1st November, from 10:30am to 3pm in Smock Alley. The market is brought to you by journalist Catherine Cleary and Dublin 2020.

It will be a great showcase for all that’s positive about urban farming, where you will be able to sample some local produce, learn about the concept and maybe even get inspired to try it yourself!

There is an action-packed day in store for attendees, with plenty of food stalls, screenings, conversations, demonstrations and activities for all the family.

Two short Dublin Made Me films about the NCAD garden and the Dublin Bee project will be shown throughout the day.

Stalls on the day will include:

– The Dublin Bee Project
– The NCAD Garden with composting workshop
– The Dublin Community Growers with Allotment soup by Graham Neville
– The Walkinstown Green Kitchen Project
– Secret Seeds
– Food Cloud food waste project
– Keoghs Farm crisps and potatoes
– Falling Fruit juice from gardens and parks
– Tartine Bread
– The Dublin Food Co-op
– TwoFifty Square Dublin roasted coffee with Caryna’s Cakes
– Screen printing of Dublin Made Me logo onto bags, t-shirts and aprons

There will also be lots of informative talks on a variety of topics taking place in the Main Space theatre throughout the day. Speakers include:-

11.00am – Tony Lowth (NCAD Garden)
11.30am – Thibault Peigne (Tartine Bakery)
12.00pm – Kaethe Burt-O’Dea (Spuds + Lifeline project)
12.30pm – Iseult Ward (Food Cloud)
1.00pm – Elaine Doyle (Seed Bombs)
1.30pm – Robert Moss (The Garden City)
2.00pm – Duncan Walker (The Green Kitchen)
2.30pm – Gearóid Carvill and Kieran Harnett (Dublin Honey Project)

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Smock Alley Theatre
Exchange Sreet Lower
Temple Bar
Dublin 2

Tel: (01) 677 0014

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All images courtesy Dublin2020

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