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29 Nov 2021

Funding for Aisling Festival

9-11yrs Art winners at the Aisling Festival with Agatha Farrell of Farrell-Coy are Cian Clancy Stonepark NS and Megan Lee Clontumpher NS.
The Aisling Children’s Arts Festival is to receive €5,000 in funding from the Arts Council through its Festivals and Events scheme 2013. 
The Arts Festival which has been in existence for over 10 years has gone from strength to strength since its inception and takes place later this year at St Michael’s NS in Longford town.

The Aisling Children’s Arts Festival is to receive €5,000 in funding from the Arts Council through its Festivals and Events scheme 2013. 
The Arts Festival which has been in existence for over 10 years has gone from strength to strength since its inception and takes place later this year at St Michael’s NS in Longford town.

The Festival aims to develop an artistic appreciation among young people by introducing them to a wide range of arts such as drama, music, dance and the visual arts through the medium of workshops and performances.

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