Basket Weaving - Demonstration by Rosemary Kavanagh

oin us for afternoon walk with heritage arts specialist Rosemary Kavanagh around Tramore Valley Park

Date & Time:
Friday, November 18, 2022
1:00 pm
KinShip Registration Desk

Join us for afternoon walk with heritage arts specialist Rosemary Kavanagh around Tramore Park where we will have a chance to learn some of the weavable, medicinal and edible plants of the area and get a glimpse in how to read the landscape through stories and possibly some weaving.

General Event Advice:

  • Most events are family friendly unless stated otherwise. Please note that all participants under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
  • Programme participants are advised to dress appropriate to the weather and terrain including sturdy, waterproof footwear.
  • Gardening gloves may be advisable for some activities.
  • Registration takes place 15 minutes before the start time of each event. Events will start on time so attendees are advised to be punctual.
  • Unless otherwise stated in event descriptions, the starting and end points of each event in The KinShip Winter Weekend Programme will be The KinShip Registration Desk in the Sports Pavilion at Tramore Valley Park located inside the pedestrian entrance by Christ the King Secondary School off South Douglas Rd.
  • Event places are limited and waiting lists are in place. If you cannot participate in an event you have booked, it is requested that you cancel your ticket for release to the waiting list.
  • Hot beverages and snacks will be available. Event attendees are invited to pack a lunch if intending to join the programme for long periods as there will be no food outlets in the vicinity.
  • Most events in the KinShip Winter Weekend are wheelchair accessible however we request that you check each event listing for specific information with regard to accessibility and get in touch with us if you have any specific needs.
  • All are welcome to share feedback on The KinShip Project via our online feedback form here or on our Feedback Wall by the KinShip Registration Desk at Tramore Valley Park.
  • For more information about The KInShip Project and an overview of the Winter Weekend programme, go to

Rosemary Kavanagh is a willow basket weaver, willow grower and heritage specialist, dedicating the past 13 years to courting many ancient heritage arts and ways of the land wise and winkled with time. Rosemary works in the National Schools throughout Munster through the Heritage in Schools Program, grows 15 varieties of heritage basketry willow, teaches adult and children's courses throughout the country and weaves many unique creations inspired by the great roots of tradition.

Heritage Specialist working in National Schools

Connection through Our Ancient Arts