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Irish Bookstores To Re-Open On June 8th
According to The Bookseller Irish bookstores are set to re-open on June 8th as part of the governments plans to re-open businesses in Ireland. The roadmap was announced last week by Leo Varadkar and has given people some working dates to look forward to. As part of phase two on 8th June some businesses will begin to trade once again. Many Irish bookstores are currently making plans and provisions for a phased re-opening that will include revised hours, methods of payment and social distancing measures. This will come as great news to bookworms like ourselves. Have you checked out our book content?
Wall Art Brings Joy To Tallaght
We were so touched by a wall art incentive in Tallaght. Emmalene Blake is an artist based in Tallaght and she has used her creative skills to help empower people during this time. Her murals embody the all-important message to "Stay Home" and they are being praised all around the world. One mural features rapper Cardi B and she reposted the picture on her own social media. As part of this project Emmalene invited local children to submit some drawings or draw their own designs to be included in these incredible murals.
Irish Artist Yarn Bombs Her Car For Barnardos
Another Irish artist doing incredible work for charity and the community. Yarn Bombing is a type of street art that uses colourful yarn instead of paint or chalk. Annie Morris is a Kildare yarn bomber and she has transformed her Fiat 500 to raise money for Irish charity Barnardos. It looks absolutely incredible and you can donate by getting in touch with Annie on twitter.
In yesterday’s news, it’s my little Fiat 500 yarn bomb for Barnardos.
Send me a PM if you’d like to donate. Fundraising ends on Friday! https://t.co/MZ52uq1AQL
— Annie Morris is going nowhere (@DesperateAnnie) May 4, 2020