Whether you live in Waterford or you're just visiting, there is so much to see and do in the county. From shopping in the city to swimming at the beaches and hiking in the mountains, here are 10 things to appreciate in the Deise.
The Waterford Walls Festival is in its ninth year and right now they are looking for walls to paint in the city and county. The festival is on in August, but if you have a wall you think might qualify, contact them today. It's a brilliant way to give your building a professional and cool facelift.
Feeling the need to get out this month to beat the blues, but sick of the thought of eating and drinking after overindulging at Christmas? No worries—there are plenty of other ways to spend an evening out in Waterford. Here’s what’s on this month to get you out of the house and entertained if you’re sticking with a Dry January (or even if you’re not).
Time flies! We're heading into the last three days of Winterval's 10th year, and what a festival it has been. But it's not over just yet...make the most of the final days by heading to the main stage on O'Connell Street for free live music to keep you entertained while you sup on a comforting mulled wine.
The Waterford Gallery of Art is having its official launch tonight (December 2).
The weather is looking good for the weekend and the Winterval Main stage on O’Connell Street will be jam packed with entertainment to cater for the young and old(er). With live music, comedians, kids’ discos, sword swallowers and street entertainers, here’s what we can look forward to.
A winter wonderland cruise, Santa meets your furry friend and a festive market—it’s definitely beginning to look a lot like Christmas now as we roll into the weekend and the third week of Winterval.
Located in the Port of Waterford Building and on every weekend during Winterval, The Polish Christmas Village was formed by the local Polish community who want to present and share their culture and Christmas traditions.
A full Winterval Festival programme of events is on offer on the streets and at venues across the city from November 18th to December 23rd. Here are some of the highlights you shouldn’t miss out on this weekend.
Come along to support two very worthy causes and enjoy a Christmas Concert hosted and held by Ad Hoc Chorale and SETU on December 1st. It’s in aid of St. Vincent de Paul and the Waterford Women’s Centre.           
There’s something for everyone at the weekends during Winterval so bookmark these fun, free events—suitable for little kids and big kids alike.
Winterval launches this Friday with a Christmas parade, so get yourself and all the family into town to see Santa and his helpers and join in the fun to celebrate the return of Winterval and the launch Ireland’s largest Christmas festival.