Sir Richard Wallace Bicentenary
Wallace PARK, Lisburn
23 June 2018 • 11AM-2PM
A cornucopia of crafts, art and artistry! An opportunity to view the work of
handcrafters, browse a little and perhaps purchase a unique hand-crafted gift.
A chance to support local arts and crafts.
Free drop-in activities for the whole family.
Victorian themed arts and craft workshops, science
workshops – including “Build the tallest spaghetti
Visit the travelling museum, showcasing
Lisburn Museum’s collections: natural
history, textile, social and industrial history
artefacts on show today. See Sir Fulke
Conway and Lilian Metge up close (sort-of!)
– Lisburn’s own suffragette!
Get digital with Nerve Belfast!
Demonstrations on Augmented
Reality (AR) and 3D printing/scanning.
Let the under-fives explore Flaxie’s
playful museums area!
Bagatelle (the name of Sir Richard Wallace’s Paris residence).
The word also describes a little music! Showcasing the talent of
local schools and community groups.
11.15am – 11.45am Brownlee Primary School
11.50am – 12.05pm McGuigan School of Irish Dancing
12.10pm – 12.35pm Bright Lights
12.40pm – 12.55pm Laurelhill Community College
1.05pm – 1.15pm Friends School
Middle Grass Area*
11.00am – 11.45am Jump, Jiggle and Jive
12.00pm – 12.45pm Mr Hullabaloo
1.00pm – 1.45pm Carnival Promotions Puppet Show
11.00am – 2.00pm Face Painting and Balloon Twisting
* If weather is inclement these will be moved into the
Seymour and Conway marquees
Wallace Park Roamers
Can you spot them?
Penny Farthing Walkabout
Scarecrow on Stilts
Mabon – Ancient Goddess
Mr Wizzy the Carnival Clown (on mini bike)
Keeping you entertained and informed
throughout the family event
For more information contact 028 9266 3377