Things to do this weekend in Ireland | July 19 - 21

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Pop Up Picnic | Mermaid Arts Centre

Helium Arts’ Pop Up Picnic is a feast of multi-sensory play, relaxation and surprise for young children with complex needs and their families. A soothing world of music, sound, puppetry, movement and tactile fun is waiting to be discovered in this enchanting, interactive performance on Saturday at 11am, 1pm & 3pm. 

St. Anne's Park Rose Festival

The annual Rose Festival returns to St Anne’s Park in Raheny on the next weekend with a mix of live music, arts and crafts, plant sales and lots of fun children's activities.

Loughrea Agricultural Show

The Loughrea Show returns to the Loughrea Showgrounds, Moyleen for one day of top class horse and pony jumping with classes for horticulture, arts, crafts, photography and the ever popular dog show!

Teddy Bears' Picnic | Brigit's Garden

The magical Teddy Bears’ Picnic will take place at Brigit’s Garden this Sunday from 12.30pm - 4.30pm. Children and their families are welcome to bring along their favourite Teddy for a day of fun-filled activities including arts & crafts, treasure hunt, musical stories and more.

Monaghan Town Country Music Festival

The Monaghan Country Music Festival is back with four-days of live music in the open air with performances from Patrick Feeney, Jimmy Buckley, Michael English & Mike Denver.

Sligo County Agricultural Show

The 2019 show will take place in Riverstown Community Park with a large number of classes such as Home Industries, Equine, Livestock, Poultry, Dog and Cat, Home industries and even a  Lego model display section as well as Live cooking demonstrations, Focus on Farm Safety, live music by Pat’s Country Roadshow, Turf Footing Championship and lots more free entertainment.

Galway International Arts Festival

Running from 15th - 28th July with over 200 performances, talks and exhibitions presented to over 200,000 guests  across all art forms featuring theatre, music, visual arts, opera, street spectacle, dance, discussion and comedy. 

Feile Brian Boru

Féile Brian Ború is an annual festival held in the twin towns of Killaloe, Co. Clare & Ballina, Co. Tipperary with a fun filled programme of events with something to suit all tastes and ages!

Boyle Festival

A wonderful programme of  over 50 events over ten days in Boyle including  free exhibitions,Opera in Boyle Abbey,  live music from Tommy Fleming, The Blizzards, Riptide Movement and more and fun workshops for children and adults.

Festival of Curiosity, Dublin

Festival of Curiosity | Things to do in Dublin | YourDaysOut

An annual celebration at the intersection of art, science, technology and design that has quickly grown into being one of the most exciting and innovative festivals of its kind in Europe.

Dublin Maker

Dublin Maker is a family friendly showcase of invention and creativity in the form of a “show and tell” with Makers including tech enthusiasts, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, artists, science clubs and students.

Laya Healthcare's City Spectacular, Cork

This bustling festival for all ages will feature aerial acts, football freestylers, sword-swallowers and tonnes of thrilling talent, a live music stage, world street food market, an imaginative play universe for kids and hands-on lego model building, children’s storytelling and creative writing, vintage funfair rides and much more.

The Fairytale Festival

Set in the surreal surrounds of Woodstock Gardens, which lie on the edge of the picturesque village of Inistioge, Co. Kilkenny, the screen-free event will feature a fairy trail, bouncy castles, storytelling, a plethora of outdoor games, the reptile zoo and mini farm, the return of an expanded capacity interactive story train and so much more. 

HMS Caroline | Pirate Takeover

Explore the HMS Caroline in Belfast as you experience life at sea over 100 years ago, test your treasure hunting skills as you find all the clues hidden throughout the ship, learn about pirates and their treasures with Pirate Story telling or have a go at pirate ship building.

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