The Haiku Hike

The Haiku Hike

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Tramore Valley Park (Weigh Bridge near the roundabout)

South Link Road

T12 AE86 Cork

Ireland

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The Haiku Hike will look at the significance of Haikus and discover how they relate to our difficult relationship with nature

About this event

Writer Jake Griffin will guide workshop participants through the park, exploring the significance of Haikus and how they relate to our complex relationship with nature. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on perspective, the use of space and the impact of our choices in a world of limited resources. This will be a relaxed, meditative event. No experience necessary! Please dress for the weather and bring a pen and notebook and a drink/snack.

Meeting point is the Weigh Bridge at 1.50 p.m.

Becoming Kin

Becoming Kin is a Citizen Led Programme, which forms part of the KinShip Project, is devised to invite engagement with communities whose voice and influence is crucial in addressing climate action. Join a host of free outdoor citizen led walks, talks and workshops run on the last Sunday of every month in 2022.

KinShip is an art project aimed at developing a sense of connection between the people of Cork and the ecology of Tramore Valley Park. This project is an opportunity to develop a new relationship with the park, modeling ‘care’ as a civic responsibility to all the inhabitants. This is a space to alter our mindset about the relationship we have with the natural world, to address the legacy of ‘throw away’ culture and to engage with new modes of managing waste.

See HERE for further details.

Getting to the Park

More information on how to get to Tramore Valley Park can be found here.

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COVID-19 INFORMATION BEFORE YOUR VISIT TO THE PARK

All attendees of KinShip Project events will be required to follow up to date health guidance. Some attendees may wish to wear a mask when gathered outdoors as a group.

Please do not attend any KinShip Project event if you:

  • are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or are feeling unwell.
  • are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 PCR or antigen test.
  • are self-isolating or restricting your movements.
  • have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19. Please consult HSE guidelines regarding testing positive for COVID-19: https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/covid19/testing/positive-result/
  • are a recent close contact of a person who is a confirmed case of COVID-19. Please consult HSE guidelines regarding close contacts: https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/covid19/contact-tracing/close-contact/
  • have been advised by a doctor to isolate or cocoon.

How can I get involved in the KinShip Citizen Led Programme?

Anyone who has a special interest in Tramore Valley Park, is invited to propose a 1-2hr walk, talk or workshop for adults.

Below is an example of the kind of activities and subjects suitable for ‘Becoming Kin'

Knowledge, skills and know-how on; nature, ecology, climate change, conservation, history, sustainability, community, archeology, folklore, foraging, recycling and repairing, wildlife, bodging, cooking, gardening and growing, coppicing, geology, lepidopterology (butterfly and moth) engineering, rambling, dog training, woodcraft, birdwatching, astronomy, falconry, composting, movement, kite flying, biodiversity, bat walks, tai chi/qigong, flora and fauna, or anything that goes on underground, on the ground or in the air.

Please see the KinShip website for more dates and details and access to an Expressions of Interest Form.

More information about the The KinShip Art Project at Tramore Valley Park is available here.

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