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Energia Map 10-12th September ☀️

  1. Clare

Ennis Book Club Festival

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Audiences include avid readers, those who haven’t had the time to pick up a book in some years, those with a keen interest in current affairs and those who are simply looking to be inspired.
The countdown is on to a day of Ennis Book Club Festival events this September, both in person and online, featuring winner of The Booker Prizes Douglas Stuart, Patrick deWitt, Elaine Feeney, Sara Baume, little john nee and more.

Some events are free/donation, tickets required. Some events are ticketed at €15.
Admission – Free

  1. Cork

Clonakilty International Guitar Festival

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Founded in 2005, the Clonakilty International Guitar Festival is a celebration of the guitar. It is not starch-collared or stuffy-nosed. From virtuosos to noodlers, all are welcomed and exalted!
We believe that there are two types of people in the world: those who play the guitar, and those who can't but want to! We aim to cater to both with recitals, workshops, seminars, street performances, school visits and informal sessions.

We are a multi-genre music festival, with an emphasis on Irish independent artists and international artists who have a reputation for an innovative approach to their practice.

Admission – Free

  1. Donegal

Inishowen Walking Festival

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As part of the Colmcille 1500 celebrations, this event will host a series of guided walks between the 10-12th of September 2021 across the Inishowen Peninsula, including their Colmcille featured walk with the Inishowen Maritime Museum. This walk will see an introduction to Colmcille and the Foyle by former Irish Ambassador James Sharkey, and will also be joined by archaeologist and Colmcille specialist Dr. Brian Lacey.

This project has been supported through the Colmcille 1500 Grant Scheme which is funded by the North West Development Fund and Creative Ireland, in conjunction with and supported by The Executive Office and The Irish Government. This event is co-funded by Donegal Sports Partnership as a health and wellbeing activity.
Admission - Free

  1. Wicklow

The Shaking Bog Nature Writing Festival

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The festival is local in spirit but international in aspiration. Shaking Bog is for anyone who shares an interest in nature and writing; art and the environment; community and education; connection and conversation.

The Shaking Bog Podcast keeps the dialogue between art and nature alive throughout the year. This seasonal Podcast celebrates the abundance of nature and biodiversity through a carefully crafted tapestry of readings, reflections and conversations - from a range of writers, artists and others engaged in the understanding and appreciation of the natural world.

Admission – €10

  1. Limerick

Lemons, Lemons, Lemons

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Come along to the Belltable to find out how Oliver and Bernadette cope with being forced to say less when a totalitarian government puts a daily word count of 140 on the amount spoken by a person.
By Sam Steiner, directed by Luke Frawley and presented by Torch Players.
Admission – €15

  1.  Waterford

Waterford Harvest Festival 2021

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Brought to you by Waterford City and County Council, expect 7 days of bespoke menus, dining-out experiences, seasonal dishes, local producer collaborations and so many more culinary delights - all celebrating the food and beverage champions from Waterford city and the sunny South East.
Waterford city will be transformed into a food-lover’s paradise with restaurants and eateries, bars and bistros, producers and pubs, hotels and hostelries all showcasing and celebrating their passion for bringing the best food and drink to more people and plates than ever before!
Admission: Free

  1. Clare

The Peace of Wild Things - A Meditative, Body-based Yoga & Poetry Dive

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The Peace of Wild Things, A Meditative, Body-based Yoga & Poetry Dive in the Woods with Grace Wells

A yoga & poetry woodland experience, exploring elements of nature and embodiment. Through poetry, movement, breathwork, and the soundscape of the woods, we’ll deepen our connection with the languages of the wild. Taking Wendell Berry’s poem ‘The Peace of Wild Things’, as a source of inspiration we’ll dive into the powerful resources of nature, yoga and poetry and see what they have to offer us as September leads us towards autumn. An invitation to “come and lie down where the wood drake rests in his beauty on the water”, to “rest in the grace of the world”.Participants are asked to wear loose, warm, waterproof clothing, and to be open for gentle movement on the forest floor. Feel free to bring along a notebook & pen if you’d like to capture any whisperings.
Admission – Free

  1. Tipperary

In To The Mountain - Eamon Colman

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Eamon Colman was born in Dublin in 1957. His professional career spans from 1979, having created over forty solo exhibitions presented nationally and internationally he is considered one of Ireland's most important painters.

His work has been included in exhibitions representing contemporary Irish art in Brussels, Denmark, France, Spain, UK, Hong Kong, Canada and USA.

In 2003 he moved from his native Dublin to set up a studio in the rural uplands of north-east Co. Kilkenny where he now lives and works.

Gallery open Tues to Fri 10:00 - 17:00 and Sat 14:00 - 17:00.
Admission - Free

  1. Waterford

Bankrupt, One Morning in August & Aliensincaves

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Bankrupt are Daniel Brazil and Luke Kavanagh, showcasing a marked and steady progression from their early material, Bankrupt tackle a genre somewhere in the space of indie-rock.

Indie band One Morning in August features John F. Phelan on guitars and vocals along with Stephen T. Byrne on drums. With a sound that channels heartfelt visceral hooks with beautiful-layered melodies and harmonies, there is little wonder that their self-released eponymous debut album received widespread critical acclaim.
Admission - €16

  1. Dublin

Celebrate Fingal St. Catherine’s Park

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On September 11th & 12th, St Catherine’s Park will be transformed into a bustling summer festival site for all ages. ‘Celebrate Fingal’ is free-to-attend to people who are residents of Fingal, but pre-registration for tickets is essential due to limited capacity and safety restrictions.

Expect two jam-packed days of unrivaled excitement and entertainment from master entertainers, spectacular Mime artists and stilt-walkers. Marvel at the exotic wonders of ‘The Reptile Zoo’ and world-class circus performance with a host of Ireland’s best talent including ‘Fanzini’, ‘Billy Bubbles’ and Ireland's premier samba music and dance collective ‘MaSamba’. Kick back with relaxation experts ‘The Yoga Lodge’, and immerse yourself in interactive roaming with stilt-walker jugglers and mime artists from ‘Street Theatre Ireland’. Make and create with Fingal’s Bricks for Kids.
Admission - Free

  1. Kerry

TTC Summer Series 2021 - Event #19: Last of the Summer Wine Triathlon

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Starter-Distance Triathlon:

  • 250m swim

  • 13km bike

  • 3km run

Sprint-Distance Triathlon:

  • 750m swim

  • 20km bike

  • 5km run

TTC events are open to current/2021 members of TTC only.
Before signing up this event you must read and abide by the regulations set out in Triathlon Ireland Return to Training Protocol.
Admission - Free

12. Wicklow

Family Nature Trail with Ian Edwards & David Lawton

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Become a nature detective with education guides, Ian and David, from the Wicklow National Parks & Wildlife Service. This family-friendly trail will enthral children and parents alike as they uncover the hidden stories of wildlife and habitats in autumn.
Admission:  Free

  1.  Dublin

Come see the farm

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We are delighted to announce that following the recent announcement from Taoiseach Micheál Martin, St. Anne's City Farm will be open to the public from the 27th of April 2021 in a reduced capacity and under strict health and safety protocols.

Animal, staff and visitor safety is paramount at the farm and we are extremely grateful for your support.

Morninigs on the farm are for visitors to come meet the animals.

Feel free to follow the one way system around the farm and meet all the animals.
Admission - Free

  1.  Dublin

That 70s Club - Dublin

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If you’ve been looking for some Hot Stuff then take a trip on the Soul Train and join us for the ultimate 70s party.

That 70s Club can promise that We Will Rock You all night long with the biggest hits of the 70s from the likes of: ABBA / Queen / Kool & The Gang / Bee Gees / Donna Summer / Earth, Wind & Fire / Fleetwood Mac / Elton John / David Bowie / The Pointer Sisters / Billy Joel / Blondie / Rolling Stones and many more!

So Don’t Go Breaking Our Heart...You’re The One That We Want!

70s Fancy dress is highly encouraged!

Admission: €10

  1. Belfast

Figure This: Life Drawing 10.09.21 (Draw with Dogs!) - Tutor: William Kerr

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Figure This is a unique, explorative life drawing experience taking place every week. Come and draw from live models as you're guided through various techniques, materials and poses.

This class is a unique special session where we'll be drawing with a live model and some doggy models as well! (If they want to sit still)

All proceeds from this session will be donated to All About Greyhounds - a greyhound rescue and re-homing charity.

It's a great way to stretch your creative muscles and have a unique night out with friends.
Materials are included, and everyone is welcome, whether you're a modern day Michelangelo or you haven't drawn since you were wee.
Admission - €10

  1. Wicklow

Pawsitive Fitness Woofborough event - Jog with your dog

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Pawsitive Fitness's 'Woofborough' canicross event & fun weekend will take place on 11- 12th of September in the wonderful Russborough House & Parklands, Blessington, Co. Wicklow
The canicross event will take place on Sunday the 12th September

Classes include:
~ 5K (men's and women's classes)
~ 3K
~ 2 Dog Canicross
~ Junior Canicross (11 - 16 years of age)
~ Junior-Junior Canicross (10 years and under)
~ They Still Cani-Cross (for dogs over 10 years of age, puppies over 6 months of age who are too young to do the longer distance classes, or those with disabilities such as 3 legs, wheelchairs etc)
Come along and run, jog or walk with your dog. Goody bags for all participants which will include goodies for you and your dog as well as a custom event medal too!
Admission - €10

  1. Galway


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Yoga & Exercise.

Class is open to All, Beginner Friendly.

Breathing. Moving. Stretching.

SATURDAYS 10.00 - 10.45 am (+/-15min)

Salthill Park - green space between COCO Café & Leisureland.

Please bring a mat and towel.

Stay 2metres apart.
Admission - €10

  1. Fermanagh

Nature Arts and Crafts

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Meeting Point: Main Carpark

Suitability: Families (under 16's must be accompanied by an adult)
Booking essential. Book 1 table per family/group/individual. Maximum 6 people from your family/group at one table.

Join Geopark Guide, Morag Donald, textile artist at Castle Caldwell Forest to create your own nature print bunting to take home as well as creating pieces of nature art to leave for others to appreciate on their forest wanders. Relax in the beautiful setting of the forest and let your creativity flow. Suitable for children and adults, family groups, friend groups and individuals welcome. All materials provided by mother nature and Morag!

Please ensure you wear sturdy footwear and warm waterproof clothing or bring your own water and wear sun cream depending on what the weather forecast predicts.
Admission - €10

  1. Longford

Royal Canal Family Cycle

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Taking advantage of the ideal Royal Canal walking and cycling loop in Longford Town, we will host a family cycle where parents and children will cycle together. This event will take place on Sunday September 12th at 11:00am to coincide with the Nationwide Family Cycle Day
Groups will be created to comply with any Covid 19 restrictions, all Covid 19 protocols will be followed.
Admission – Free

  1. Meath

New Walking Trail at Slane Castle

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Take a stroll along our newest attraction, the concert-themed Walking Trail bringing you into a previously private part of the estate, behind the Castle and along the beautiful River Boyne. Tread in the footsteps of kings, royalty and rock stars. Phase one is now open, with rock concert related interpretation points. A small entry fee applies, €3 adult and €1 for children. Dogs are welcome on a lead. The walking trail is free with a castle tour ticket.

Open: Wednesday to Sunday 10am-4.30pm

  1. Dublin


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Pedalpalooza, a free cycling-focused multi-activity event, taking place as part of National Bike Week in Fairview Park from 1pm to 5pm on Sunday 12th September.
Pedalpalooza Dublin is a cycling event for all ages and abilities which seeks to celebrate and promote the benefits of cycling and demonstrate the various ways cycling can be incorporated into everyday life through a series of interactive workshops, talks and activities.
A wide range of family-friendly socially distant outdoor events will be held in the park, such as children’s activities, upcycling and fashion activities, cycle tours, e-bike and cargo bike demonstrations, bike maintenance workshops, obstacle courses and pedal-powered workshops and much more.
Admission – Free

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