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The Carlingford National Leprechaun Hunt will take place on Sunday 12th May with assembly and registration on the Village Green from 12 midday. One pot will include a real bar of gold valued at €1,200!
The Baltimore Fiddle Fair is a unique festival in that consistently features a world-class line-up of national and international artists presented in intimate settings in the beautiful seaside village of Baltimore, West Cork.
Join people all over Ireland, taking part in events involving music, art, dance, cinema, writing, theatre, heritage and more during May in the Bealtaine Festival that celebrates the arts and creativity as we age.
This weekend's events include 'The key was always in the door", a new film poem that has been commissioned for the Bealtaine festival in The Dock on Friday, a Memory Dress Workshop at Donabate Library on Friday, Recollection with the Collection on Saturday afternoon in the National Print Museum, Bealtaine Dawn Chorus in Dunmore East on Sunday morning and a fun grandkids and grand parents art session at IFHC in the CHQ Building on Sunday afternoon.
Family Raceday featuring the Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial is the ideal opportunity to get the whole family out to enjoy the racing at Leopardstown.
Once inside the racecourse, a host of activities is available to keep all the family busy including magic and puppet shows, Star Wars characters, stilt walkers, inflatables, face painting and balloon making, all under cover in the Family Marquee!
The festival brings the best adventure films on tour around the world including eight shows in Ireland. They will be in Newtownabbey this weekend before heading to Galway, Dublin and Cork next week.
Dublin Mountain Partnership have organised moderate looped walk from Kilmashogue car-park via the Wicklow Way to Fairy Castle. The route will take about 3.5 hours and the meeting point is Kilmashogue car park at 10:45 sharp. Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed on this walk and booking must be made in advance before noon on Friday.
Bird's EuroShow Funfair has a fantastic family atmosphere in Connolly's Field. There are lots of fun rides and attractions for all the family, for every age. They are open daily until this Sunday.
Teddies at Wells always put on a great party but this year they want you to join them for Picnics on the Lawn too! Meet Goldilocks, dance your socks off at the kid’s disco with a BBQ & face painting too! Book your own picnic bag or bring your own.
The world's elite male and female divers will go head to head at Carlisle Pier in front of thousands of spectators on the second-leg of their seven-stop world tour.
Hosted three times previously on Inis Mór, this is the first time the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series will be held in Dún Laoghaire Harbour on Saturday and Sunday from 5pm to 8pm each day. Both days will be FREE but arrive early in order to secure a good viewing spot on the East Pier.
As part of a the Sustainable Living Festival, this two-day family-friendly event on Saturday and Sunday will showcase a fabulous range of demonstrations, market and food stalls, soapbox talks, kids’ activities and exhibits from a wide variety of community groups and businesses.