June will be a busy month : )
City Centre SnB is now every other Saturday from 12 to 2pm at Accents Lounge. The next SnB is this Bank Holiday Saturday 4th June.
WWKiP Day is Saturday 11 June and kick off or should I say knit off starts at Powerscourt Balcony, then St. Stephen’s Green.
There is a new knitting group every Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm at Accents Coffee and Tea Lounge (this is a popular knitting friendly venue)
Don’t forget to check this thread or follow us on Twitter for a “roll call” for knitting at The Twisted Pepper Monday evenings.
Join the Rathfarnham knitting group on Mondays from 11am to 1pm at Kid Zone in the Rathfarnham Shopping Centre.
City Centre SnB: Saturday 21 May, then every other Saturday…
Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge is a 3 minute walk from This is Knit. From South William Street, turn left, then right on Castle Market onto Drury Street, past The Brooks Hotel, then Right on Lower Stephen’s Street. Accents is on your Left.
C’mon down to the lower level of the Lounge where we have reserved seating in the corner from 12 to 2pm every other Saturday.
The City Centre SnB has a new “home”… This coming Saturday 21 May from 12noon to 2pm join the SnB at Accents Coffee and Tea Lounge. It is located just off Georges Street, a few metres from Jaipur resturant. From the other direction, Accents is down street from the Hairy Lemon Pub, on the same side as Bia Bar.
Also, the meet ups will be held every other week…yay more knitting in the city on Saturdays: )
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Dublin is preparing for the visits of Queen Elizabeth, President Obama, and Prime Minister David Cameron from the period of 17-24 May.
If you plan to travel in and out of the city centre, please be aware of road closures and parking restrictions. Also, certain public transportation routes may be affected.
Here is one link to info: http://www.aaireland.ie/AA/AA-Roadwatch/Event-Guide/Visits-by-Queen-Elizabeth-II-and-President-Barack-Obama/Queen-Elizabeth-II.aspx
Some of our local businesses will be affected by road closures, which in turn may affect their deliveries… if you are in town during this period pop in to your favourite local business and say hello.
Royal weddings, queen’s visits…. purely by coincidence, Mary Coleman, President of the Guild of Irish Lacemakers, will be giving a talk about the Irish lace that royalty love. The talk is this Tuesday, May 17 at 6:30 at the Pembroke Library. The library is on Angelsea Road, next to the RDS. It is free but they are asking people to book in advance so they know how many to expect. You can book at 01 668 9575 or email@example.com
Don’t forget, This is Knit will hold a special knit night to this coming 19th May to welcome Laura Chau to Dublin. Also, on Saturday 21 May from 2pm The Constant Knitter will be holding her monthly Yarn Party.
We hope to see you there…
We’ve neglected this blog for a while in favourite of Twitter, however, you can read the tweets just to the right of your screen.
A few interesting tidbits for the weekend….
Dublin’s own, Jedward has advanced to the finals and will be represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song contest. of course, we will be tweeting live, just follow the hash tag #eurovision Saturday night.
Tonight, Friday the 13th is Fibre Fun Friday at the Tea Garden. the fun begins around 6:30pm and into the night.
Tomorrow a “pop up” city centre SnB will be held at the new Accents Coffee and Tea Lounge from 12pm to 2pm. Directions are on their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/accentsloungel
WWKiP Day 2011: Saturday 11 June