The Jackie Clarke Collection | Opening hours: Tue - Sat 10am to 5pm | Free Admission

Events

Events at the Clarke Collection

The Jackie Clarke Collection presents its War of Independence Exhibition for 2019. The exhibition covers the aftermath of 1916 through to the Treaty debates. The exhibition can be seen Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm. 

On Tuesday the 29th and Wednesday the 30th of October as part of the Samhain Abhainn Festival,  the Jackie Clarke Collection will be brewing toil and trouble with their annual ‘Spooky Scéals’. Children between the ages of 4yrs and 11 yrs will be invited to attend a series of creepy ghost story readings with the Collections resident Witch in the eerie surroundings of the heritage walled garden. This is a free event but booking is necessary. Call 096 73508 for bookings or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

On Thursday 31st of October at 3pm the Jackie Clarke Collection will host the Halloween Hoot –  A grand closing to a spook-tacular Halloween Festival is the live “Owl Display” with Lesley McPhilips and team. The display will take place in the Jackie Clarke Collection Garden. This event is free with no booking necessary and weather permitting. From 1pm their will be live music perform by the Core – Music Generation and a cake bake sale for Moy River Search and Rescue. Free face painting will also be on offer. 

The Ballina Costume Company will hold Halloween Craft Camps at the Jackie Clarke Collection on October 29th and 30th. Places for these workshops can be booked through the Costume Company on 096-72154.

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Tours

Specialist tours can be booked in advance by emailing clarkecollection@mayococo.ie or by phoning (096) 73508.

Contact

The Jackie Clarke Collection
Pearse Street, Ballina, Co. Mayo, Ireland

T: + 353 (0)96 73508
W: www.clarkecollection.ie
E: clarkecollection@mayococo.ie

Opening Times

Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Entrance is located at the side of the building on Walsh Street.

 

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