This is why you should celebrate St Patrick’s weekend at Kildare Village
14th Mar 2019
It’s a weekend to be proud and celebrate our heritage. It’s green, it’s fun and it’s ours.
There is an abundance of choice across the country to help us celebrate our patron saint. However, with such a choice available, it can be difficult to know exactly what you (and the family) will do for the bank holiday. Thankfully, we’re here to help. Here we have just the thing to answer that burning question.
If you do wish to indulge in some shopping while the kids are having fun, make sure to sign up to become a Kildare Village Privilege member here to avail of a 10% discount from the 15 – 18 of March.
Kildare Village is a haven for shopping and relaxation, and this St Patrick’s Day, it’s going green.
Kildare Village knows St Patrick’s weekend is about family, and from the March 16-18, there is an array of fun-filled family activities on offer.
With music, DJs on hand, and complimentary arts and crafts workshops for the children where they can optimize their artistic potential, they will never be bored. And you don’t have to worry if you get the itch for some retail therapy along the way.
The arts and crafts workshops will take place in the Tourist Information Centre from 11 am until 5 pm, with the last workshops taking place from 4 pm until 4.45 pm.
Here, the kids can get their picture taken with Kildare Village’s giant shamrock and take a copy home with them to keep.
Stencilize is a clothing and lifestyle brand that specializes in geometric animal print, and the brand has designed some amazing graphics which are in place around the Village this weekend.
The brand will have a showcase upstairs in The Apartment over the weekend too.
Not only that, but if you present this IMAGE.ie article at the Tourist Information Centre, you will receive a complimentary tote bag which has been designed by Stencilize exclusively for Kildare Village (while stocks last).
And remember to keep an eye out for the green walls!
For more information visit kildarevillage.com
Photo: Kildare Village
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