Author Archives: Mary

Annual General Meeting-Fernhill House Hotel on Mon 10th Sept2018 at 8pm

All Members are very welcome to our AGM where the forthcoming activities will be discussed.We will  then have a short powerpoint presentation on the gardens and cherry blossom time in Japan.We would welcome new members so if you have a … Continue reading

Upcoming Events

On 8th October 2018 Eileen O’Brien AOIFA, from  Kinsale will demonstrate with ‘FUN,FLAIR AND FLOWERS’ Sales table and refreshments

November 2016 Competitions

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October 2016 Competition

This gallery contains 37 photos.

Spring Show 2015 Competitions

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Diary Dates 2016-2017

  23rd September 2016 Friendly Bouquet Day 22nd October 2016 Floral Artist of the Year and Inter Club Competition – Clonakilty Parish Centre 3rd November 2016 A.O.I.F.A. Council Meeting – Red Cow Moran’s Hotel, Dublin November 2016 Mass for Deceased … Continue reading

11th December 2017

  Demonstration by Bernadette Palminteri A.O.I.F.A. Title: “The Magic of Christmas” Competitions: Artificial Plant Material Allowed Beginners “Winter Warmth” An exhibit to incorporate candle(s). Space allowed 60cm Intermediate “Christmas in a rush” An exhibit. Space allowed 50cm Advanced “Gifts from the … Continue reading

October 2015 Competitions

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February 2015 Competitions

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Christmas 2014 Competition

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November 2014 Competition

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1916 Centenary Celebrations

March 14th 2016 was a busy day at Clonakilty Flower Club. Our Spring Show titled “Spring Fashion Circa 1916” was a great success. Neighbouring Clubs were invited to participate. Competition Judge Elma Power AOIFA was very impressed with the entries. … Continue reading

400 Years of Flowers

Clonakilty Flower Club presented "400 years of Flowers" in Spillers Lane, Clonakilty, on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th August last, in conjunction with the celebrations for the 400th anniversary of Clonakilty receiving its Town Charter in 1613. The exhibits displayed … Continue reading