This October the public is invited to look at Cork City Centre through fresh eyes – to see its advantages and attractions, to celebrate what it already has to offer, and to imagine how it could be improved.
Urban October in Cork is a programme of free events celebrating the City Centre, and will include tours and talks, performances, workshops, and a whole lot more, aimed at all ages.
The event will showcase how well designed and managed public spaces have a positive impact on people who live or work in the city.
A thriving city centre is essential for Cork’s economic prosperity and also plays an essential role in its social and cultural identity. During October the public will discover how Cork’s City Centre is being revitalised and can explore creatively how it could be further enhanced.
CEF is involved in a number of Urban October events including Wildlife Walks, a Halloween Decoration Workshop, the EcCoWell/ Core Seminar “Towards a Sustainable City” and the initiatives under ReUse Month.
Darragh Murphy will lead a number of walks to reveal and celebrate the plants and animals that inhabit the city walls, water quays and green spaces. Walks on Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th October at 2pm, 3pm & 4pm both days. Limited to 8 per walk, book at 083 1468064 or
Halloween Willow & ReUse Workshops at St. Peter’s Exhibition Centre, North Main Street Sat 29th
Workshop at 10.30am Ages 4 -7 (spaces)
Workshop at 1pm 7+
Creative workshops to make jam jar and willow lanterns and other spooky Halloween decorations from waste items, facilitated by Jessica Mason. Bookings contact 083 1468064 or firstname.lastname@example.org