Join the fun this Easter at MacDonagh Junction and visit the Easter Cabin from 30th March- 10th April in Workhouse Square.
Take part in our Easter Egg Hunt from 27th March- 4th April and be in with a chance to win an Easter Egg! Entry forms are available at the Customer Service desk.
Join Elsa, Anna and Spiderman at our Easter Party on Saturday 4th April from 2pm-5pm. FREE face painting, games and giveaways! This event is not to be missed!
Easter Opening Hours
|Good Friday-3rd April
|Saturday 4th April
|Easter Sunday- 5th April
|Easter Monday- 6th April
**Please note that Eddie Rockets will trade daily from 11am-11pm and K Bowl from 11am to 10pm .
Medieval Week Activity Now Booking
The Big Dig at MacDonagh Junction.
Come visit us on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th April
for The Big Dig.
In association with the School of Irish Archaeology this is a practical hands on and fun event. This medieval workshop excavation is designed around children from 5-12 years of age. This innovative product allows children to explore the Viking world through a simulated and controlled archaeology dig. The Big Dig incorporates the children’s dig experience with educational, engaging and interactive activities throughout the day.
For booking please see email customer service firstname.lastname@example.org stating your preferred day and time. This is a FREE event. Sessions start on the hour and pre-booking is advised to secure a place. Times Saturday 9am - 5pm, Sunday 12 noon - 5pm.
Free Phone Charging Service
Low battery? MacDonagh Junction are delighted to announce a FREE
phone charging service at the Customer Service Desk. Now there's
no reason to run out of battery again! Simply call over to the
Customer Service Desk and we will be happy to charge your phone,
camera or tablet!
Toadal IT are now open at MacDonagh Junction! From laptop repairs
through to network setups; smartphone repairs to graphic design,
Toadal IT offer a fantastic, all-round technology service to suit your
needs, whatever they may be.
The Jacket off your Back
'The Jacket Off Your Back' is a new project that Kevin Kelly,
Sue "Purple" Kelly and Emily Deveraux started at
the end of November, 2014.Their aim is to keep homeless people
warm this winter with their priority being the
Homeless in Ireland first and then Syrian refugee camps.
They have been collecting old and new coats,sleeping
bags and blankets and are handing them out nightly to those in need.
Any donations to this cause can be given into
the Customer Service desk in the Centre.