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Fergus Finlay, Chair of Lakers, with Cllr. Melanie Corrigan and daughter Rebecca Corrigan checking out some of the Kilmacanogue Show's 50th anniversary cupcakes.

Fergus Finlay, Chair of Lakers, with Cllr. Melanie Corrigan and daughter Rebecca Corrigan checking out some of the Kilmacanogue Show's 50th anniversary cupcakes.

Cupcake decorating has been added to Kilmacanogue Show schedule for 2022.

Cupcake decorating has been added to Kilmacanogue Show schedule for 2022.

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Fergus Finlay, Chair of Lakers, with Cllr. Melanie Corrigan and daughter Rebecca Corrigan checking out some of the Kilmacanogue Show's 50th anniversary cupcakes.

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Wicklow’s Kilmacanogue Show is coming back with a bang on Saturday, July 23 and has announced this week that there will be two new free activities on the already packed schedule.

The Wicklow Whisk Cookery School is set to offer visiting children a free cupcake decorating workshop from 11.30a.m. to 12.30p.m., giving all a chance to get creative with sprinkles and icing pens. The best decoration will win a prize at the end.

Later on, dog lovers can enjoy a session with the DSPCA’s experts learning about the importance of brain stimulation and sniffari from 12p.m. to 12.45p.m. and then getting the opportunity to ‘Ask The Trainer’ at the team’s Basic Dog Training Demo from 1p.m. to 1.45p.m.

The 50th Annual Kilmacanogue Show takes place at Enniskerry Horse Farm, Monastery, Enniskerry, with the day starting at 9.30a.m. and finishing after 5p.m.

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Alongside the new activities listed above, there will be all the usual horse, pony, sheep and dog showing classes, as well as already announced new craft and bakery competitions.

There’s also free pony riders and children’s games, a vintage car display, sheep sheering demo, a dog herding geed, plenty of music, and plenty more food and craft from local producers.


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