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Events Calendar

Below are a range of events happening around the country suitable for Parents and/or Families
You can view our full list of Family Events below or alternatively select your province for events in your area.


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Connaught



Free on first Wednesdays
Free on first Wednesdays
ON THE FIRST Wednesday of every month, various heritage sites managed by the Office of Public Works that normally charge admission throw their doors open for free. So it won’t cost you anything to bring the family to the State Apartments in Dublin Castle and Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin; Charles Fort in Kinsale, Co Cork; Athenry Castle in Co Galway; Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Newgrange and Knowth) and Trim Castle in Co Meath and the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary – to name just a few.
Start: 02/09 Admission: FREE www.heritageireland.ie
Various Locations
Culture Night
Culture Night
Free Events. Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your family and friends to enjoy. So get involved! Check out more events across the country at the Culture Night website.
Start: 18/09 Times: 5pm – 11pm Admission: FREE www.culturenight.ie
e: info@culturenight.ie
Phone: 014151210
Sky Road Tv and Film Festival
Sky Road Tv and Film Festival
Perfectly placed in October for autumn and winter releases, the festival aims to shine a spotlight on the best of Irish Film, Television and New Media. The festival will work closely with producers and broadcasters to bring the latest content in Irish cinema and television, in both Irish & English language to the programme. The goal is to engage with filmmakers by providing a platform for discussion regarding media, trends and finance options available. check out our Facebook and Twitter.
Start: 09/10 End: 11/10 www.skyroadfilmfestival.ie/submit/
e: info@skyroadfilmfestival.ie
Phone: 095 33924
Station House Theatre, in Clifden, Co Galway

Dublin County



Guidecentral Summer Craft Party
Guidecentral Summer Craft Party
Craft, create, and learn something new! Join Guidecentral and The CHQ Building for an afternoon of summer crafting & DIY fun. Crafting stations, demonstrations, raffles, prizes, face painting, & much, much more! Book your place now through www.summercraftparty.eventbrite.ie. Visit our website for more info.
Start: 27/06 End: 27/06 Times: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Admission: €10 www.guidecentr.al/craftparty
The chq Building, Custom House Quay, IFSC Dublin
Drop-in Family Workshop
National Gallery of Ireland
Monday-Saturday, July & August. At the drop-in family workshop, discover how the area of paint and textiles can interlink and connect. Explore colour, texture, and surface using a variety of mixed media approaches which allows for the fusion of paint, fibre and fabric. Venue: Millennium Wing Studio Max. number of participants: 40 (including children & their guardians) Duration: Workshops last approx. 50 minutes Booking Details: Free. No booking necessary
Start: 13/07 End: 31/08 Times: 11:00 - 11:50am Admission: Free www.nationalgallery.ie
e: jdrum@ngi.ie
Phone: 01 6633505
Family Tour
National Gallery of Ireland
12.30pm Saturdays; 11.30am, 12.30pm & 1.30pm Sundays, July & August. A free tour of the Gallery's permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. Suitable for children. Meet at the Information Desk in the Millennium Wing, no booking necessary.
Start: 18/07 End: 31/08 Times: 12:30 - 1:00pm Admission: Free www.nationalgallery.ie
e: jdrum@ngi.ie
Phone: 01 6633505
Busy Bees Activity Sheet
National Museum of Ireland – Busy Bees Activity Sheet
Discover the Museum's displays with a copy of 'Busy Bees' from the Seaonal Activity Sheet Trail series. Find out which birds are arriving and leaving by air and which fish are leaving by sea as autumn arrives. Don't forget to bring a pencil. Copies of Activity sheets are on display near the Giant Deer display.
Start: 01/08 End: 30/09 Times: 10am - 5pm www.museum.ie
e: marketing@museum.ie
Phone: 01 6777444
Merrion Street Dublin
Children's Trail at Marsh's Library
Children's Trail at Marsh's Library
What have a 500 year-old squashed spider, big vats of ancient urine and a headless Egyptian mummy got in common? The answer? They all feature on the new children's trail through Marsh's Library. Accompanied by a beautifully-illustrated comic, with free admission for EVERYONE before noon on Saturdays this summer.
Start: 07/08 End: 31/08 Times: 9.30am - 5pm; Saturd Admission: Adults €2-€3, children free. http://www.marshlibrary.ie/
e: keeper@marshlibrary.ie
Phone: 01 4543511
Marsh's Library, St Patrick's Close, Dublin
FAMILY DAY DESIGN WORKSHOPS
FAMILY DAY DESIGN WORKSHOPS
Irish Design 2015 is delighted to offer an exciting range of FAMILY DAY DESIGN WORKSHOPS in our Design Hub @ Dublin Castle. These fun workshops encourage creative thinking, help to build dexterity and introduce children to new design/craft skills through playful experimentation with materials, techniques and ideas. On alternate Saturdays of every month we invite young makers and their families to the ID2015 Design Hub in Dublin Castle, to take part in hands-on design and crafting workshops which begins with a tour of the gallery, specially designed to get you in the mood for creating.
Start: 08/08 End: 30/12 Times: 10.30am - 11.30am & Admission: Free www.irishdesign2015.ie
e: designhub@irishdesign2015.ie
Phone: 01 645 88 45
Design Hub at the Coach House, Dublin Castle
Drop In Activity: Artefact Detective!
National Museum of Ireland – Artefact Detective
Think like an archaeologist for an afternoon and try to solve the puzzle of some mystery objects during this drop-in session! Located in the Learning Resource Room, first floor. No booking required. Not wheelchair accessible. Age 6+
Start: 29/08 End: 29/08 Times: 2.30pm-4.30pm www.museum.ie
e: marketing@museum.ie
Phone: 01 6777444
Kildare Street Dublin
Children's Take-a-Trail
National Museum of Ireland – Children's Take-a-Trail
Use one of our colourful activity sheet booklets to track down some of the most iconic objects in the Museum, chose from The Treasury Trail and The Viking Challenge. Available at Reception free of charge. Age 6+
Start: 29/08 End: 29/08 Times: 10am - 5pm www.museum.ie
e: marketing@museum.ie
Phone: 01 6777444
Kildare Street Dublin
Free on first Wednesdays
Free on first Wednesdays
ON THE FIRST Wednesday of every month, various heritage sites managed by the Office of Public Works that normally charge admission throw their doors open for free. So it won’t cost you anything to bring the family to the State Apartments in Dublin Castle and Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin; Charles Fort in Kinsale, Co Cork; Athenry Castle in Co Galway; Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Newgrange and Knowth) and Trim Castle in Co Meath and the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary – to name just a few.
Start: 02/09 Admission: FREE www.heritageireland.ie
Various Locations
If you had a tail, it would be wagging.
The Doggie DoThe Doggie Do
Dublin’s Doggie Do will offer an afternoon packed with events, appealing both to those who like to play dress-up and those who don’t. There will be a strong focus on responsible dog ownership, Vet Q&As, talks from top groomers & trainers. To give our canine besties some of the pampering they deserve, there will be a ‘Doggie and Soul’ chill out area - while for us humans there will be a picnic ‘market garden’ with some of Ireland’s finest food producers, live music, and in the evening, an open-air movie screening.
Start: 12/09 End: 12/09 thedoggiedo.com
Merrion Square, Dublin
Culture Night
Culture Night
Free Events. Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your family and friends to enjoy. So get involved! Check out more events across the country at the Culture Night website.
Start: 18/09 Times: 5pm – 11pm Admission: FREE www.culturenight.ie
e: info@culturenight.ie
Phone: 014151210
Dublin City & County
The Helix DCU Phantom of The Opera
The Helix DCU Phantom of The Opera
After sell out shows last year of Les Miserables – School Edition, F.A.C.T School of Performing Arts are back with Phantom of The Opera this Autumn. This is a very special production of the legendary musical which tells the story of a young soprano who becomes the obsession of a disfigured musical genius who lives beneath the Paris Opéra House. This will be an unmissable performance taking place from 22-26 September at The Helix.
Start: 22/09 End: 26/09 Times: 7:30 pm Admission: From €20 www.thehelix.ie
e: info@thehelix.ie
Phone: 01 700 7000
Collins Ave, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
The Helix DCU Jurassic Adventure
The Helix DCU Jurassic Adventure
This fully scripted adventure, allows you follow the footsteps of Doctor Grant’s team of explorers, and laugh at their crazy antics, as they search for proof that Dinosaurs still exist! This will leave you in “raptor raptures” and “pre-hysterics!” There is a magic place where Dinosaurs live and it’s right before your eyes. An absolutely brilliant show for all the family from age 4+ taking place on 2 October
Start: 02/10 Times: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Admission: From €18 www.thehelix.ie
e: info@thehelix.ie
Phone: 01 700 7000
Collins Ave, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Les Miserables School Edition - The Helix DCU
Les Miserables School Edition - The Helix DCU
Les Miserables tells an epic sweeping tale of one man’s struggle to break free from a past life and create a new life for himself and his surrogate daughter in post-Revolutionary France where discontent amongst the students boils over to create a powerful story of fraternity, equality and freedom. The Moore School of Performing Arts (MSPA) commenced in 1997 in Skerries, Co Dublin. They have held their variety shows in the Helix Theatre for the last 10 years with huge success. This October they host ‘Les Miserables School Edition’ with a truly talented cast (MSPA Students and others). This is a favourite show for many and it’s certainly a must see. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Start: 06/10 End: 10/10 Times: 2:30pm & 7.30pm Admission: €20 www.thehelix.ie
e: info@thehelix.ie
Phone: 01 700 7000
Collins Ave, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

Leinster (outside Dublin)



DUNAMAISE YOUTH ARTS A FEW OF OUR FAVOURITE THINGS
DUNAMAISE YOUTH ARTS A FEW OF
Dunamaise Arts Centre is delighted to announce details of its very first youth arts initiative in the form of Dunamaise Youth Arts who will present their debut event A Few of Our Favourite Things on Saturday 22 August.
Start: 03/07 End: 22/08 Times: 8.00pm Admission: €12/€15 dunamaise.ie
e: mansworth56@gmail.com
Phone: 0871711502
DUNAMAISE ARTS CENTRE Laois
Carmel's Storytime
Kidare Library Carmel
Every Friday in August. Carmel will hold a children’s storytelling session in Kildare Town Library.Suitable for 0 – 5 years. No booking necessary. Family event   - Everyone welcome. Why not come along and join in the fun.
Start: 07/08 End: 28/08 Times: 11am www.kildare.ie/library
e: kildarelib@kildarecoco.ie
Phone: 045 520235
Kidare Library, Kildare
Our Natural Heritage Children’s Workshop
Kidare Library Rediscovery Centre
This workshop will explore natural heritage in the local area and what we can do to protect our wildlife. There will be fun activities, games , hands on craft activities including making a model of a river eco system. Suitable for children aged 7 – 12 years. Places are limited. Please contact the library.
Start: 26/08 End: 26/08 Times: 2.30pm – 4pm www.kildare.ie/library
e: kildarelib@kildarecoco.ie
Phone: 045 520235
Kidare Library, Kildare
History Live with Michael Moylan
Leixlip Library History Live
In this interactive, hands-on history workshop, Michael will talk about how industry in Ireland has changed throughout the years and will bring along lots od props and memorabelia for everyone to see and touch. Join Michael for this fun workshop and see our history and heritage come to life! For ages 7 and over, and parents. Booking is advised.
Start: 26/08 End: 26/08 Times: 3pm www.kildare.ie/library
e: leixliplib@kildarecoco.ie
Phone: 01 6060050
Leixlip Library, Captains Hill, Leixlip Kildare
Free on first Wednesdays
Free on first Wednesdays
ON THE FIRST Wednesday of every month, various heritage sites managed by the Office of Public Works that normally charge admission throw their doors open for free. So it won’t cost you anything to bring the family to the State Apartments in Dublin Castle and Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin; Charles Fort in Kinsale, Co Cork; Athenry Castle in Co Galway; Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Newgrange and Knowth) and Trim Castle in Co Meath and the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary – to name just a few.
Start: 02/09 Admission: FREE www.heritageireland.ie
Various Locations
Fairy and Elf Festival
Sensational KidsSensational Kids
Bring your fairies and elves to the Irish National Stud & Gardens on September 5th from 12 noon- 5 pm to experience a magical wonderland of fairies and elves – all in aid of a great cause- Sensational kids, Kildare town. Kids can enjoy lots of fun filled activities such as Laserzone, Fairy Door Trail and Face Painting! All proceeds from the event go to fund services for children of all abilities at Sensational Kids. Combine the event with a trip to Kildare village- a paradise for shoppers and keep the whole family happy.
Start: 05/09 End: 05/09 Times: 12 - 5 pm Admission: Kids under 5 go free, Family Pass €29.50 www.sensationalkids.ie
Phone: 045 520900
Irish National Stud and Gardens, Kildare
Sensational Kids Enchanted Fairy and Elf Festival
Sensational Kids Enchanted Fairy and Elf Festival
Sensational Kids childrens’ charity aims to raise €20,000 at its Enchanted Fairy and Elf Festival on Saturday September 5th from 12 noon to 5pm.    Plans for the day include a magical fairy trail and treasure hunt sponsored by Kildare Village, Laserzone, bouncy castles and slides and fire engine rides.    Children are invited to dress up as a fairy, pixie, elf or favourite character on the day.    Thanks to the generosity of the Irish National Stud & Gardens, all proceeds from the event will go to fund services for children of all abilities at Sensational Kids.
Start: 05/09 Times: 12pm-5pm www.sensationalkids.ie
Phone: 086 8517226 or 087 2833594
Irish National Stud and Gardens Kildare
Suicide Alertness Skills Training with Breaking Through
Kildare Libraries - Safetalk
Leixlip Library will host this invaluable workshop run by the organisation Breaking Through in collaboration with HSE Dublin & Mid Leinster safeTALK is a suicide alertness programme that prepares participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. These specific set of skills are called suicide alertness and are taught with the expectation that the person learning them will use them to help save lives. Expect to leave safeTALK more willing and able to perform an important helping role for persons with thoughts of suicide. Training is free of charge - prior booking is essential.
Start: 10/09 End: 10/09 Times: 10.00am - 1.30pm www.kildare.ie/library
e: info@breakingthrough.org
Phone: 01-6060858
Leixlip Library Kildare
Yuck I’m NOT eating that!
Toddler and Childhood Nutritional ChallengesToddler and Childhood Nutritional Challenges
Presented by Paula Mee, Dietician. Paula will give an overview of our children’s common nutrition challenges and needs as they grow. She will cover food intolerances and allergies; parental feeding concerns e.g. what to feed young children and what to do if they are faddy and won’t eat fruits and veg; when to consult with a specialist. Come along and ask your questions.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 16/09 End: 24/11 www.kildare.ie/library
e: athylib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
Social Networking & Cyberbullying Training
Presented by Fiona Ashe from Flashefoward CommunicaionsPresented by Fiona Ashe from Flashefoward Communicaions
This training course will give a simple overview of social networking, describing current social media trends. Fiona will look at teenage behaviour online. She will examine peer pressure, privacy issues and cyberbullying: what it is, what forms it takes, how to combat it and how to prevent it.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 17/09 End: 05/11 www.kildare.ie/library
e: kildarelib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
Culture Night
Culture Night
Free Events. Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your family and friends to enjoy. So get involved! Check out more events across the country at the Culture Night website.
Start: 18/09 Times: 5pm – 11pm Admission: FREE www.culturenight.ie
e: info@culturenight.ie
Phone: 014151210
Botanical Blueprint Workshop
Kildare Libraries - Botanical Blueprint Workshop
For ages 8-12 years. Taking inspiration from plant hunters, botanists and early photographic pioneers, this workshop will involve participants creating their own photogram artworks. A photogram is a picture produced with photographic materials, such as light sensitive paper, but without a camera This photographic technique is a fun, educational tool that enables engagement with the local environment without the need for a darkroom or chemicals. Please bring along a collection of plant and flower material to create your own unique photogram!
Start: 18/09 End: 18/09 Times: 2.00pm - 4.00pm www.kildare.ie/library
e: leixliplib@kildarecoco.ie
Phone: 01 6060050
Leixlip Library Kildare
Mirror Girl – A Play for Young People
Kildare Libraries - Mirror Girl
“Mirror Mirror on the screen, who is the fairest you’ve ever seen?”
Award-winning theatre-makers The Performance Corporation present a reading of an exciting new children’s play inspired by the story of Snow White. In this contemporary take on the classic fairytale, we hear the story from the point of view of the evil queen and explore the good, the bad, and the funny of growing up in the digital world. Written by playwright Tom Swift, and directed by Jo Mangan. Suitable for ages 7 plus. Places are limited, so advance booking is required.
Start: 19/09 End: 19/09 Times: 3.00pm www.kildare.ie/library
e: leixliplib@kildarecoco.ie
Phone: 01 6060050
Leixlip Library Kildare
How can I help my young child to Sleep?
Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service
This talk aims to outline some of the ideas around infant sleep. It will cover what sleep is and how to encourage your child to learn how to sleep as well as possible. Strategies are explored for responding to disrupted sleep and promoting better sleep routines for your child.
Other parenting talks will take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 22/09 Times: 7:00pm www.kildare.ie/library
e: Naaslib@kildarecoco.ie
Naas Library Kildare
First Aid for Parents
by Siobhan Butler from First Aid for Everyoneby Siobhan Butler from First Aid for Everyone
This informative and interactive course will use lots of visual aids in the presentation and there is plenty of opportunity for the participants to ask questions. Topics covered will include: * Calling the emergency services * Meningitis * The First Aid kit * Burns * Choking * Temperature/febrile seizures
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 24/09 End: 20/10 www.kildare.ie/library
e: kildarelib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
Helping Children Who Worry Too Much
Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology ServicePresented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service
This talk explores many of the common factors which can cause and increase worries for children. It will include strategies to help children to manage and overcome their worries so that the worries becomes less powerful in their day-today lives.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 24/09 End: 24/09 www.kildare.ie/library
e: athylib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
Halloween Monster Race
Mini Muckers

For the last year, we’ve been working away to design a Mud Run specifically for kids from 7 up to 15 years old and we’re happy to announce that it’ll be ready this October! The tough course of 15+ obstacles covers a 2km stretch and, believe us, it will test your endurance! Bring a readymade team from home, or come alone and meet new friends. Like us on FB

Start: 10/10 End: 10/10 Times: 10am - 4pm Admission: €15 minimuckers.ie/
e: info@minimuckers.ie
Mondello Park, Naas, Co. Kildare
Helping Children Deal with Bullying
Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology ServicePresented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service
This talk explores possible origins of bullying behaviour, the potential impacts of bullying such as feeling upset, hurt, rejected, afraid and isolated. It will also introduce strategies to support children to develop skills such as positive peer social interactions and enhanced assertiveness to overcome the negative impact of bullying.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 20/10 End: 20/10 www.kildare.ie/library
e: athylib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
How to Help Babies and Toddlers
Build a Sense of SecurityBuild a Sense of Security
Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service. This talk is aimed at parents of children from birth to two years of age. It will explain the ideas behind attachment and bonding and include strategies and tips to help children develop a secure attachment.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 21/10 End: 21/10 www.kildare.ie/library
e: leixliplib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
Self-harming Behaviours in Young People
Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology ServicePresented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service
For some young people acts of self harming can emerge as a way of dealing with painful emotions such as loss, hurt or lack of self worth. This talk aims to briefly explore the concept of deliberate self-harming behaviour. It will offer parents some information on alternative ways of helping a young person cope with psychological distress without risk of physical harm to themselves.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 10/11 End: 26/11 www.kildare.ie/library
e: leixliplib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare
Helping Children to be Resilient and
Develop Skills to Cope with the Challenges of LifeDevelop Skills to Cope with the Challenges of Life
Presented by HSE Primary Care Clinical Psychology Service. This talk explores the support and experiences our children need to develop resilience or mental strength. It will help parents develop their children’s ability to thrive despite life’s challenges e.g. growing up, bullying or living with difficult circumstances; and to bounce back from adversity.
Talks take place in several libraries at different times over the year. Check the schedule here
Start: 12/11 End: 12/11 www.kildare.ie/library
e: kildarelib@kildarecoco.ie
Various libraries in Kildare

Munster



Free on first Wednesdays
Free on first Wednesdays
ON THE FIRST Wednesday of every month, various heritage sites managed by the Office of Public Works that normally charge admission throw their doors open for free. So it won’t cost you anything to bring the family to the State Apartments in Dublin Castle and Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin; Charles Fort in Kinsale, Co Cork; Athenry Castle in Co Galway; Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Newgrange and Knowth) and Trim Castle in Co Meath and the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary – to name just a few.
Start: 02/09 Admission: FREE www.heritageireland.ie
Various Locations
Food Festival
A Taste of West Cork A Taste of West Cork
A Taste of West Cork Food Festival brings together a unique mix of food markets and demonstrations, cookery competitions, special dinners, brunches and banquets, food-tastings, talks, exhibitions, children's events and more. Foodies, fun lovers and families will be amazed at the choices before them. With guest chefs from all over the world, visitors to the region can look forward to restaurant themed evenings (for the skinted or minted!), food masterclasses and tastings, open air markets, historic tours, island-hopping, ‘The Journey of Milk’ Sustainable Farming Conference, The Belling Food Awards and lots more - it’s all go at A Taste of West Cork Festival!
Start: 04/09 End: 13/09 www.atasteofwestcork.com
e: info@atasteofwestcork.com
Phone: 0876655567
Cork
Culture Night
Culture Night
Free Events. Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your family and friends to enjoy. So get involved! Check out more events across the country at the Culture Night website.
Start: 18/09 Times: 5pm – 11pm Admission: FREE www.culturenight.ie
e: info@culturenight.ie
Phone: 014151210

Ulster



Free on first Wednesdays
Free on first Wednesdays
ON THE FIRST Wednesday of every month, various heritage sites managed by the Office of Public Works that normally charge admission throw their doors open for free. So it won’t cost you anything to bring the family to the State Apartments in Dublin Castle and Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin; Charles Fort in Kinsale, Co Cork; Athenry Castle in Co Galway; Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre (Newgrange and Knowth) and Trim Castle in Co Meath and the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary – to name just a few.
Start: 02/09 Admission: FREE www.heritageireland.ie
Various Locations
Culture Night
Culture Night
Free Events. Culture Night comprises hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your family and friends to enjoy. So get involved! Check out more events across the country at the Culture Night website.
Start: 18/09 Times: 5pm – 11pm Admission: FREE www.culturenight.ie
e: info@culturenight.ie
Phone: 014151210