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We figured you'd like to see what cheap and free things are on around the country this weekend. 
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Rock Farm Wedding Fair              
The fair will give couples the opportunity to see what Rock Farm has to offer for weddings. They have a unique wedding venue which gives couples the opportunity to create their own bespoke wedding. Simply decide on venue setting, menu, theme and size of wedding and we can prepare a costing to suit your budget.
Rock Farm Slane, Fennor, Slane
26th March        

Hurling Workshop- Manning the Middle
This workshop will examine how coaches can develop practices that are both variable and relevant in a games context that help on using and keeping possession well. Activities will improve primary possession ball winning skills and develop the technical skills required in each phase of catching the high ball. Games have an emphasis on winning breaking ball, anticipating the break, using correct body posture/ position to win the break.
St Judes GAA Club, Wellington Lane, Dublin
24th March        
€ 5         

Helen Blake Exhibition
Helen is always questioning colours and shapes, sometimes even treating her paint like textile materials; ribbons are woven, wool is twisted over and under into some crochet or lace. Check out her magnificent work for yourself in the city centre art haunt, Molesworth Gallery. There's no better place to duck in from the hustle and bustle of Dublin than this gallery, tucked away around the corner from Dawson Street and Trinity College.              
16 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2
1st - 31st March               

Freud Project
50 works by Lucian Freud come to IMMA and are presented in a dedicated Freud centre in the stunning Garden Galleries. Regarded as one of the world’s greatest realist painters, Freud is renowned for his stunning portrayal of the human form.               
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham            
21st Oct '16- 21st Oct '17              

The Future of Business Intelligence    
The Future of Business Intelligence is at the forefront of many business strategies and what to do with the ever evolving tools and technologies is left to question. What do we need to do as a company to ensure the completion of this project? What do I need to do as a candidate to ensure I am competitive in the market and what skills are turning into requirements? This will be insightful information with a relaxed and engaged atmosphere to kick start your week.          
Bank of Ireland Hamilton Building, The University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin 2     
27th March        

BVPS 2017    
Over 120 manufacturer’s represented by 40+ exhibitors over the 2 days with lots of seminars, workshops and hands-on demos for you to enjoy. They include: Acebil, AJA, Atomos, Argosy, CCK Media, Black Magic Design, Blueshape, Bubblebee Industries, BroadcastPix, Canon, Cirrolite, Datavision, Datavideo and more...      
Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport, Northwood Avenue, Dublin            
27th March        

The Month of Francophonie in Ireland 2017        
A festival to celebrate French language and Cultural Diversity with Music, Literature, Films, Exhibitions, Food & Drinks, Talks & Debates & more!
Alliance Francaise, Dublin            
1 March- 2 April               
Most events are free    

Free Tour Northside      
Dublin is one of the most vibrant, historical and beautiful cities in Europe. The best way to explore this compact city and experience the unique atmosphere is on foot. 
The Spire O'Connell Street D1   
24th March        

Irish Homes & Interiors Show 
The Irish Homes & Interiors Show is focused on home purchasers and home owners looking for upmarket inspiration and solid advice for every step of their home journey and transformation.
From architecture, kitchens and bathrooms to landscaping, interior design, furniture, artwork and home technology, there will be no better opportunity for you to discover and discuss the best products and solutions with proven experts.
Punchestown Racecourse Naas
24th- 26th March            
€ 10       

Help for Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Bipolar and Panic 
This is a weekly self help meeting where you can learn the Recovery Method of Self Help. This method has been clinically shown to reduce distress in people suffering from poor mental health.
St. Mel's Famiy Centre, Chapel Lane, Longford
27th March        
5 for the Dive    
5 for the Dive is a five-mile fun run, a fundraising event in aid of WexfordSub Aqua Club. Arguably one of the most picturesque fun runs you will participate in this year, the relatively flat course starts and finishes at Wexford Sub Aqua Club HQ at Kilmore Quay harbour. The course is along the road out of Kilmore Quay, around through grange and back to Kilmore Quay again for some well-earned refreshments.             
Wexford Sub Aqua Club, Kilmore Quay Harbour, Ireland
26th March        
€ 10       

Transform Your Life Coaching Practise   
Great Life Distillery is introducing people in a community setting to life coachin. Drop into one of the 30 minute introduction sessions and learn how you can use coaching to navigate through transitional periods like the loss of a loved one, relationship breakups, redundancy, changing jobs, re-locating; or even for those times when you feel stuck in a rut with no idea how to get out of it!
South Beach Pavilion, Greystones       
24th March        
Galway Irish Yoga Teacher/Community Meetup               
A gathering of the Irish yoga community and teachers in the wonderful city of Galway. A relaxed morning/afternoon for us all to come together and connect - talking things yoga, sharing ideas and advice and creating together" 
Galway City, Ireland       
26th March        
The Speks        
The Speks present a lively show of nursery rhymes and sing-along songs set to acoustic Irish music which will have adults and kids jumping in their seats! Their hand-clapping, toe-tapping, hearty-laughing show is all about life on Glasses Island – a magical island off the coast of Co. Clare where everybody wears glasses! The Speks have won a Parents’ Choice music award in the US where their music has been described as “Riverdance for kids” and they encourage everyone to sing, scream, clap and dance along during their performances. This will be a great, fun event for kids aged 2 to 92!
Glor, Knock, Mayo          
26th March        
€ 8         

Mother's Day Music With Stuart Moyles               
Stuart Moyles is back for Mother's Day 26th March 2017. A great evening of music and dance promised…             
Culfadda, Sligo 
26th March        

The only race series of its kind in Ireland. Run Clare offers new and established runners the opportunity to go from 5k to 10 miles over four months. The first race took place on Saturday 28th January at 11am in Lees Road, Ennis.  The second race was the Michael Egan Memorial 5 Mile on Sunday February 26th at 1pm in Quilty. The third Race will be the Eamon Moloney 10k on Saturday March 25th at 11am in Ennis. Race 4 will be the Sonny Murphy Memorial 10 Mile on Sunday April 9th at 1pm in Kilnaboy. Feel free to join the Run Clare Series at any stage.           
Lees Road Sports & Amenity Park
Ennis, Co Clare
25th March        

Sports Ability Day            
Cork Sports Partnership Network's mission is to increase the number of people participating in sport, exercise and physical activity in Cork. In achieving this mission, particular focus is on young people, teenage girls, women and all people with disabilities.    
St. Anne's Church, Shandon       
25th March        

Lorraine Neeson Exhibition
The combined series of works is presented in Current, explore the notion of rupture and repeated interruption within a space-time continuum.  A fundamental device is the simultaneous representation of conflicting states of revelation and obliteration.  In the half-light environment, reduced visibility causes dark surfaces to fluctuate as both optically reflective and absorbent.  The provisional alignment of the present moment - the here and now, becomes dislodged, delayed or repeated. Dislocating devices and strategies including time loops, repetition, dead ends and interferences in transmission, all contribute to an environment of instability and shifting awareness, pointing to spaces and realms outside the immediately visible.       
Sirius Arts Centre, Cork
21st Jan- 26th March     

Messier Marathon '17 
Take advantage of the clear skies over Kerry by taking part in a Messier Marathon, scanning the heavens for as many clusters of zodiac signs and Milky Way markers as you can find.
Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve, Cools, Ballinskelligs, Kerry
24 - 25 March    

An exhibition of photographs. Gerry Andrews' interest in photography started as a nineteen year old while working in The Limerick Leader.In recent years, he has travelled extensively throughout South East Asia, South America, India and Cuba. In 2011, he spent a period of time making a photographic record of the vanishing tribes.   
The Hunt Museum, Custom House, Rutland Street, Limerick City              
24th February - 2nd April
Limerick V Galway      
Limerick conclude their League Campaign against last years All-Ireland semi-finalists
Galway, BallinskelliEnnis Road, Limerick
26th March        

Keep running    
Keep Running has been designed as the next step on from our complete beginners’ Running Made Easy course. This course will make you a more efficient runner, improve your pace and stamina, keep you injury free, strengthen your core and make running feel easier and more pleasant.
Castletroy, Co. Limerick 1st March - 19th April      
€8 - Per Class                                                                                  
Saved by the Bell Day
Opened in May 2016, VANDAL is a bar & pizza joint based in Winecellar Entry in Belfast. Pizzas, shakes and Disco!
3 Winecellar Entry, Belfast          
25th March        

Family Tree Maker: Basics and Benefits
A beginners’ class on the basics and benefits of using Family Tree Maker software. Some of the points that will be looked at are installing photographs, how to create a timeline, preparation of reports. They will also look at the different ways to print out charts and family tree layouts.          
C4, Valley Business Centre, Newtownabbey      
28th March        

Daffodil Danders         
It’s a sure sign that spring has arrived when the bright yellow heads of daffodils appear at The Argory. Enjoy a self guided walk and finish off with a cuppa in the Courtyard Coffee Shop.  
144 Derrycaw Road, Moy, Co Armagh    
25th March        
StreetPass Derry        
The first meetup will take place in EightyEightyOne in Ebrington, Derry. People can get together and Streetpass, play 3DS and Wii U games, and maybe participate in a contest or two.      
Eighty81 Creative Workspace, 80/81 Ebrington Square, Londonderry      
25th March        

Drawn from Life: People on Paper        
The exhibition, which has enthralled visitors across England in recent months, reveals some of the most exceptional masterworks from the Arts Council Collection in London and includes contributions from the British Council. With a base at London’s South Bank, the ACC is the UK's most widely-seen collection of modern and contemporary art.The collection of figurative drawings features Gwen John’s delicate lines and the intricate patterns of Harold Gilman. The works of George Fullard, John Golding, Frank Auerbach and John Bratby also represent the series of stunning mid-twentieth-century works, while the imaginary figures of Charles Avery and Mimei Thompson brings a modern twist to this impressive collection.
F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio 200 Newry Road, Banbridge, Down    
4th Feb-1st April             
Strabane Drama Festival-Blackbird        
Bradán Players from Leixlip, Co.Kildare present ‘Blackbird’ by David Harrower, is a dramatic play where young woman is searching for a man she knew many years ago. She comes to his place of work and confronts him about past events. A tense, intriguing and explosive exposé of their lives ensues.       "Alley Theatre,
Railway Street, Strabane, Tyrone
25th March        
£10, £8 (concessions)    
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