As part of World Mental Health Awareness Day, Levis Cornerhouse is partnering with 49 North Main Street, to host a series of their West Cork Feel Good Festival events.
On Sunday 10th October, an afternoon of events exploring the relationship between our mental health and the natural environment, including short films and the launch of volume 2 of the ‘Benign and Beautiful’ book, with poet Pól O Colmáin.
Deirdre McCugh of Skibbereen Family resource centre will host a panel discussion with film maker Aoise Tutty Jackson, musician Kevin McNally and horticulturalist Peter Dunican.
Live Musical Interludes with Rubicon
West Cork Feelgood Festival aims to inspire people and communities across West Cork to safely engage in activities that connect people and communities and contribute on their wellbeing.
The organisers (49 North Street, Skibbereen, The Wellbeing Network, West Cork and Mental Health Engagement, Cork Kerry HSE, work in partnership with community groups and organisations to deliver the programme.
The events at Levis Corner House, have been made possible with the support of an Arts Council Capacity Building award to MusicAlive – an arts and health organisation that co – produces creative initiatives in health and community contexts.