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This weekend is St Patrick's Day, which has become a weekend celebration of Irish culture with lots of different family events, as well as parades in the Ireland and around the world. Every county in Ireland will have a parade featuring the best local talent, clubs and businesses.
The main parade in Dublin has a theme of Storytelling and the Grand Marshals, comedians Deirdre O'Kane and Jason Byrne, will lead the spectacular floats and performers through the streets of Dublin, cheered on by over half a million spectators.
The 14th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk will take place on St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday 17th March from 10.30am. Over 2,000 enthusiastic walkers are expected to take on the 16.2 mile/26km challenge, with the option of starting from Howth Harbour or Dun Laoghaire Harbour.
Experience authentic Irish culture at Croke Park as the GAA celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the AIB GAA Club Championships Finals. Football Final at 2pm followed by Hurling final at 3.45pm. Ticket Includes admission to the GAA Museum.
The junior woodland adventure course for under 7’s is open this weekend at Castlecomer Discovery Park along with the bouncing nets, archery and axe throwing!
The Ark presents the world premiere of a brand new theatre show for ages 8+ running until 31st March. On the edge of a town, in the middle of a bog, halfway between a school and a housing estate, Ray and Jo have come to dig a hole.
Peat is the story of the things they bury, and the things they find. With lightness and humour, this new play for children asks big questions about life, death, time and history.
Take a dive into the deep this spring and become the newest recruits of the Jawsome Rangers and fulfil the mission of finding the missing shark teeth. Guests will be tasked with helping Professor Finn locate the large Play-Doh model shark teeth in the tanks.
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, drop by the Museum and join in their special trail. Follow St. Patrick’s trail through the museum and discover all about the Patron Saint of Ireland; the myths, the legends and the objects. Find out more about the many other saints associated to Ireland. No booking required, trails will be available at the reception area of the Museum. Don’t forget to bring your pencil! Ages 8+
It all started with YouTube videos and on Friday John D Ruddy brings Manny Man to Kildare as they plow through Irish history from the Ice Age all the way to today - in less than 90 minutes! When it comes to fun history, Manny Man is your only man!
Join award-winning writer, Sarah Webb for this interactive sea-themed event for young children and their minders at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum this Saturday morning. Revisit favourite childhood rhymes and songs such as A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea and The Owl and the Pussycat, and discover new ones from Ireland and beyond, and create your own colourful sailing ship. Sea-filled fun for everyone!
Enjoy all the latest and best of Ireland’s craft beers, ciders and spirits at the 7th Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair. There will be lots of live entertainment and there are even big screens in place so you won't miss any of the rugby.
Three days of music, drama, art, poetry and fun in Kanturk, in the heart of Duhallow, leading up to St Patrick's Weekend. Events include Messy Hands Children's workshop, A Night of Drama, a mixture of performed & stage readings of short plays by local playwrights and the world Premier of "A Different Kettle" .
Xtreme Funfair returns to The Pavillions in Swords where you can enjoy all the attractions from the family rides to the white-knuckle rides.
They are open 2pm-10pm all weekend with an earlier 12 noon start on St.Patrick's Day. Tickets are pay-as-you-go or you can pre-purchase tickets online in advance for a discount.
The new exhibition open in the Science Gallery this weekend. This exhibition showcases surprising projects and experiments from around the world that can help us imagine the many directions independent creative research can take in the future. It is looking at how the tools we have can be used in new and different ways to potentially improve or unearth new truths about the world we live inThe exhibition will run until 2nd June.
Dublin’s Laughter Lounge is celebrating St Patrick’s Day with shamrockin' nights of the best of Irish comedy with MC Gar Murran introducing Colum McDonnell, Eric Lalor and Ger Colleary.
The Slime Lab workshop, suitable for ages 6-14, is designed to make learning about climate action interactive and fun, and during the 1hr 15min slot, children will take a closer look at environmental science with slime, goo, jelly balls and seaweed. Workshops take place at 12pm and 2pm on Sunday 16th, and 11am, 1pm and 3pm on Monday 17th March. €15 per child. Places are strictly limited; early booking strongly advised.
Kilkenny Tradfest 2019’s festival promises to be an exciting and innovative festival, full to the brim with concerts, céilís, sessions, irish dance and pub gigs! Highlights include a performance by Altan in St. Canice’s Cathedral and the world champion Kilfenora Céilí Band in the Watergate Theatre.
On St. Patrick's Weekend, the Botanic Gardens will have a special Irish plant folklore tour, Shamrocks and Shillelagh. Hear about the magical myths and legends surrounding Irish plants from ancient to modern times. Find out which plant is the ‘real shamrock’, meet the nobles of the wood and learn about fairies in the forests. Tickets €5 available on the day in the Visitor Centre.
An fhéile Ghaeilge is mó in Éirinn & ar fud an domhain - The biggest Irish language festival in Ireland & around the world! Bain triail aisti - 1-17 Márta!
Seachtain na Gaeilge is a community festival where each local community organises different events. From music nights to historical tours through Irish in the country's castles, there is an event for everyone.