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House of Horrors and Halloween Spectacular

1. House of Horrors and Halloween Spectacular, Banbridge

31 October
Rathfriland Regeneration group is set to bring Halloween fun and antics to Church Square on Friday 31st October.
The group has unveiled plans for a community Halloween spectacular with fun and games and a little horror for those brave enough!
The action will fall on Church Square with a fancy dress parade from 6.30pm and activities for young children in Chandler's House.
There will be an opportunity to visit a friendly witch who will be busy stirring her cauldron, some traditional Halloween games such as dunking for apples, music, a spectacular magic show and treats.
Meet the Maker - Craft exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations

2. Meet the Maker - Craft exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations, Newtownards

01 March - 24 December
The Meet the Maker Programme which takes place in Ards Crafts, Craft and Design Centre, Newtownards features a different crafts person every month revealing their inspirations, designs, processes and techniques in a series of exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.

Exhibitions and Demonstrations are free. Workshops cost £12 inc. materials (advance booking required).
Carols by Candlelight

3. Christmas Evenings, Holywood

05 December - 19 December
Take time out from the busy festive preparations to explore a 1900s Christmas in Ballycultra Town.
Candlelit Christmas Evenings

Leave the hustle and bustle of the high street behind and enjoy the gentler and quieter atmosphere of a ...
Young at Art - Bolshoi to Belfast

4. Young at Art - Bolshoi to Belfast, Belfast

15 November - 16 November
Join the Young at Art team at Crumlin Road Gaol for some paper doll crafts.  Inspiration will be taken from the exhibition of Bolshoi ballet and opera costumes on display at the venue.

Combining costumes never seen before outside Russia with ...
The Carol Ship on Strangford Lough

5. The Carol Ship of Portaferry and Strangford, Portaferry

12 December - 13 December
For two nights only the Strangford Ferry will be transformed into a magical carol ship on which choirs and musicians will herald the Christmas season.
Hamilton Loney, chairman of the Northern Ireland Fruit Growers Association, loves the Armagh Bramley

6. Harvest Fayre at Richill, Richhill, Armagh

25 October
RICHHILL will be a hive of activity later this month as locals will be welcoming artisan food and drink producers to the Village Square to celebrate the county's famous apples.
The Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre, which will take place on October 25,
Guildhall Craft Fair

7. Guildhall Craft Fair, Londonderry/Derry

14 November - 16 November
The annual Guildhall Craft Fair showcases local, quality, design-led, handmade craft products
The Magic Imagineer

8. The Magic Imagineer, Enniskillen

11 October - 31 October
Model maker, teacher and writer, Gordon Johnson (1936-2012) has inspired, uplifted and entertained people of all ages through his work. For the first time, this wonderful exhibition brings together models, drawings, paintings, photographs and writings borrowed from the artist’s family, the National Museums Northern Ireland and Fermanagh County Museum’s own collection.
Winter Wonderland Craft Fair

9. Winter Wonderland Craft Fair, Belfast

22 November
Come through the wardrobe door into C. S. Lewis' Narnia where a Winter Wonderland of locally made crafts and gifts awaits you.

Event Location: St.
C.S. Lewis Festival

10. C.S. Lewis Festival, Belfast

20 November - 23 November
The author of some of the most widely read books in the English language, Clive Staples Lewis, was born in Belfast in 1898, and this November 2014, the C.S.
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