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Energia Map 24-26th September ☀️

 

  1. Cork

Open Farm at The Donkey Sanctuary Ireland


Link here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/open-farm-tickets-tickets-158604178367?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
 
Knockardbane Open Farm is home to over 130 donkeys and mules. The farm is nestled in the beautiful rolling hillsides, outside Liscarroll village. Take a stroll along our beautiful walkways and meet our friendly donkeys. The farm welcomes over 50,000 visitors per year with admission and parking both free and ready to open the gates for the first time since March 2020.
 
Admission – Free
 

  1. Tyrone

 Omagh Pride

Link here - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/omagh-pride-tickets-165039887747?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Omagh's First LGBTQ Parade will take place on 25th September 2021 starting and ending at SWRC carpark

2pm - Gather
3pm - Parade
4 - 6pm - Live Show
 
Admission – Free
 

  1. Laois

Nature Trail Walk 5k or 10k

Link here - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/nature-trail-walk-5k-or-10k-tickets-169624574669?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
 
This is a family fun event exploring Derryounce with a twist of surprise attractions on the day. A draw will take place following the walk and to enter all you have to do is complete the nature bingo card throughout the walk (available at entrance). Upon completion of the walk, write your name and contact number on the back of it, placed in the box provided with a chance to win some prizes.

Admission - Free
 

  1. Kerry

Family Street Orienteering

 
Link here - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/family-street-orienteering-kerry-tickets-168563994445?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

As part of European Week of Sport 2021#BeActive Night, Kerry Recreation & Sports Partnership together with the Kerry Orienteers Club are inviting people of all ages and fitness levels including families to come and experience Family Street Orienteering in Killarney.

Admission – Free
 

  1. Cork

Cleaning Day on Spike Island

 
Link here - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/clean-spike-island-with-heron-help-tickets-169757434055?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Cleaning Day on Spike Island and it's beaches through Heron Help. A clean-up group and environmental conservation group. The day will be kayaking, cleaning, spotting animals if any are out to be spotted when there.

Admission – Free
 

  1.  Tipperary

Night-time bat walk with Albert Nolan

Link here - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/nightime-bat-walk-with-albert-nolan-tickets-170145264065?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
 
Discover first hand the world of these strange and astounding creatures. Learn about the amazing hidden lives of bats, dispel some of the myths about them and find out how you can help bats in your garden, community and school. Suitable for all ages. All equipment provided; dress appropriately for the weather/wear a high wiz jacket. Albert is a member of Bat Conservation Ireland and a Heritage in Schools biodiversity adviser.

Admission: €6
 

  1. Dublin

Fiestaval Street Arts & Circus Festival

 
Link here -  https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/fiestaval-street-arts-circus-festival-tickets-172624012067?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

​Fiestaval Street Arts & Circus Festival will dazzle and delight with world-class performances from the very best Irish street performers and circus acts all wrapped up in hours of belly-laughs and side-splitters for all ages to enjoy.

Alfie Byrne Park in Dublin 3's Clontarf will be transformed into the bustling summer festival for all ages on Saturday September 25th 2021. Fiestaval is free-to-attend but pre-registration for tickets is essential due to limited capacity and safety restrictions.

Expect 1 jam-packed day of unrivalled excitement and entertainment from master magicians, amazing acrobats, spectacular sword-swallowers and stilt-walkers and cracking-up comedian host. Marvel at the extraordinary feats of circus and world-class street performance with a host of Ireland’s best talent including sword-swallower and magician Jack Wise, east African high skilled acrobatics and lively limbo duo Hakuna Matata Acrobats, award-winning Tumble Circus' brand new high -energy show Cycle Circus and interactive roaming stilt-walkers and stilt-cyclists from Dublin Circus Project.
Join one of Ireland’s best comedians Damian Clarke for some surprise giggles and audience interaction as he acts as hilarious host for the not-to-be-missed shows.
 
Admission – Free
 

  1. Dublin

Wild Ireland by National Botanic Gardens of Ireland

Link here - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/themed-tour-wild-ireland-meet-the-native-trees-tickets-167997772861?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Wild Ireland – Meet the Native Trees by National Botanic Gardens of Ireland
While we’ve all become familiar with neighbourhood trees in recent times, great change happens to them in autumn, and where better to witness it than the National Botanic Gardens? This September, visit Wild Ireland and meet our native trees, the productive, palatable and poisonous denizens of fields and forests. Learn their names and shapes, their stories and uses, and the importance of trees in the Irish landscape.
 
 
Admission - Free
 

  1. Wicklow

Pause & Play Family Fun Day

Link here - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pause-play-family-fun-day-tickets-170445928360?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
 
Set in the old carpark in Kynoch Park (near Arklow duck pond) this is a fun filled afternoon of music, dance, yoga, art, photography, yummy treats, play and prizes on the day!
It’s been a topsy turvy year with lots of changes, plans made and cancelled, schools open and then closed – it’s a lot to take in! Pause & Play is a day dedicated to slowing down, taking a breath, looking around at all the good things we have and most importantly a chance to play!
 
Admission - Free
 

  1. Dublin

Dublin Gallery Crawl


Link here - https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/dublin-gallery-crawl-free-saturday-the-25th-of-september-12-2pm-tickets-163180077003?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Come on an adventure through different art galleries in Dublin.

We will take you to several different galleries in Dublin city centre to explore the art scene in Dublin. On this tour you will visit a mixture of different types of galleries from established places to smaller lesser-known places and spaces.
 
 
Admission - Free
 

  1. Galway

Clifden Arts Festival 2021

Link here - https://www.galwaytourism.ie/event/clifden-arts-festival/
 
The longest running community arts festival in Ireland, Clifden Community Arts Week, now in its 44th year yet again promises to have something to excite everyone in this years programme. Described as “Ireland’s best-kept secret” by Novel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro, audiences can expect a very high quality artistic programme with a superb literary, musical and visual art content which again will have the community arts of Clifden and the surrounding hinterland as a central focus with creative writing, music, theatre, graphic design and film workshops and performances taking place in the local schools for the duration of the festival.
 
Admission: Lots of Free Events
 

  1. Sligo

The Devil's Chimney

Link here - https://sligowalks.ie/walks/sruth-in-aghaidh-an-aird-the-devils-chimney/

At just shy of 150 metres, the Devil’s Chimney is listed on the World Waterfall database as Ireland’s tallest waterfall.

The Irish name, Sruth in Aghaidh An Aird, means ‘stream against the height’, as when it is wet and the wind blows from the south, the waterfall is blown up and back over the cliff – hence the name Devil’s Chimney.

The Devil’s Chimney can only be seen at certain times, which is where Ireland’s mild, wet climate works in your favour. If there have been long periods of dry weather, Sruth in Aghaidh An Aird doesn’t flow, but a visit during or immediately after heavy rainfall will reward you with the spectacular site of water pouring down the cliff face. 
 
Admission:  Free
 

13. Offaly
 
Grand Canal Greenway


Link here - https://www.visitoffaly.ie/Things-to-do/Outdoor-Adventures/Treks-and-Trails/The-Grand-Canal-Greenway/Grand-Canal-Green-Way-Map.pdf

The Grand Canal Way is an historic walking trail which is punctuated by canal locks, lock houses and industrial architecture from bygone days. This greenway follows the pleasant canal towpath, which was formerly used by powerful draft horses pulling barges laden with goods and passengers.

 Admission: Free
 

  1.  Louth

Family Mile 2021 at Dunleer AC

Link here - https://eventmaster.ie/event/KexnipnHGx

Take part in the Family Mile during the European Week of Sport 2021. Families are invited to sign up to the Family Mile supported by Sport Ireland as part of the European Week of Sport which will this year take place between September 23rd and 30th. European Week of Sport aims to promote sport and physical activity in countries across Europe.

There will be both a physical and virtual event so everyone can join in!

The physical Family Mile event will be run in
- Dunleer AC, Louth
- Drogheda and District AC, Louth
- Morton Stadium Santry, Dublin
 on Sunday 26th September from 12pm – 3pm.

This is a FREE to enter event for all the family and you will receive a medal at the end of the run.
 
Admission: Free

  1. Meath

Beach Volleyball / Beach Cricket 2021

Link here - https://eventmaster.ie/event/POy9CJDhLe

As part of European Week of Sport, Meath LSP are delighted to host a beach event for kids and teens on Bettystown Beach. The two hour programme will offer both kids and teens the opportunity to try Beach Volleyball and Beach Cricket. This event is free of charge but registration is necessary – limited spaces available.

Admission – Free
 

15. Armagh

Drive-In Cinema

 
Link here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/armagh-city-banbridge-and-craigavon-borough-council-8429761141

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council want to bring some cinema magic to you, by bringing you a series of big screen movies to enjoy with all the family. From the safety of your own car you can tune in through your FM radio to enjoy some movie magic.

The Showings include:

Raya and the Last Dragon & The Greatest Showman which are screening on:
 -Friday the 24th of September
-Saturday the 25th of September
 
Admission – Free

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