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1. What: Girls into Geoscience
Are you a female college or secondary school student interested in discovering more about geosciences? Then you’ll be delighted to discover that Geoscience Ireland are running a free field trip to Loughshinny on Saturday, 2nd November, from 9 am to 3pm as part of our free programme. Join us if you want to learn more about the surrounding landscape, explore nature or just have a fun day out. Meet at UCD at 9 am to begin our outdoor adventure!
2. What: Free Mindfulness Drop-In
Discover the unique power of meditation with a free drop-in meditation session on Saturday 2nd of November between 7pm and 10pm. No equipment, special clothing or previous experience required and each session will be guided/taught by an expert. All welcome!
Where: The Mindfulness Centre. 33 Pembroke Street Lower
3. What: Knockmullen House Point to Point Horse Races
When: Sunday the 10th of November from 12pm.
The very first horse races in Ireland were run from one landmark to another across the wild Irish countryside. These became known as ‘point-to-point’ races and are the historical heart of Irish horse racing! Discover more about this great tradition and enjoy a perfect family day out on Sunday 10th November from 12 pm at Knockmullen House.
Admission: €10
4. What: Birdboy
When: Sunday the 10th of November 4pm
Where: Visual Carlow, Old Dublin Road.
There’s nothing like the energy of a live performance! Birdboy (created by Emma Martin and Kevin Coquerlard) is a story about a boy who wishes he was a bird and combines dance, live music and theatre. This dreamlike, kaleidoscopic show (suitable for families and children 8+ years) celebrates the power of self-expression.
Admission: €5
5. What: The State of RoY
In her first solo exhibition, Michelle McBride’s The State of RoY, explores entrenched notions of history, tradition and destruction in what is now the Republic of Yemen. Discover this moving, powerful exhibition on Saturday 9th November 2019 at the Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge.
Admission: Free
6. What: Leave, Festival of Writing and Music
On Saturday 9th November in the Dunmaise Art Centre, Dermot Bolger will be in conversation with legendary Irish photographer John Minihan and discussing his slideshow of world famous photographs. This is a must for lovers of fascinating chat, literature and photography.
Admission: €5/€7
7. What: Cork Film Festival
The power of film is something we all love and share! Celebrate local, national and international cinema at the Cork Film Festival from the 7th to 17th November. Catch award-winning international films, discover documentary gems, re-watch treasured classics and see the best shorts of the summer!
Admission: €7.50 Adult Ticket, €6.50 Child Ticket

8. What: Sneem Storytelling Festival; Lunchtime Story Swap
Where: D O’Sheas, North Square Inchinaleega East, Sneem, Co.Kerry
Batt Burns’ dream to hold a storytelling festival in his hometown of Sneem has now blossomed into a must-visit annual event. On Saturday the 9th of November the festival will be holding a Story Swap led by Tom Moore and Paddy Regan. Come along, listen in or feel free to share a story of your own!
Admission: Free

9.  What: Listowel Food Fair: Kids Big Day Out
When: Sunday 10th of November 10am-5pm
Where: Kerry Writers Museum, Listowel, Co.Kerry
There’s no better way to celebrate the literary genius, sporting prowess and great food of Listowel, County Kerry than at the Listowel Food Fair. Join the fair’s Kids Big Day Out, grow your own herbs, learn to make homemade sausage rolls and finger-paint. Call 06822212 now to book your place.
Admission: Free to €10


10.What: Holistic Farm Tour in the Comeragh Mountains
Where: Ballinakill, Ballinamult, Waterford
Have you ever wanted to explore a real working farm and see how great tasting, wholesome food is produced? Well, now’s your chance. On our holistic farm tour you can visit the animals, check out the vegetable patches and stroll in the big polytunnel! This tour is a celebration of the growing, cooking, tasting, touching and smelling of high quality food as well as a chance to chat and learn more about the environment, ecology and importance of local communities in the food chain.
Admission: Adults €10, Children €5, Discounts for large groups


11. What: Storytime with Roisin
Roisin Meaney, author of the children’s books Don’t Even Think About It and See if I Care, will be holding a free storytelling event in Limerick City Library on Saturday, 9th November at 11.30 am. Join Roisin for an energetic adventure about new worlds, strange creatures and great friendships!
12. What: The National Antiques and Art Fair
Are you hunting for a bargain or searching for something special? Then enjoy Ireland’s biggest antiques, art and vintage fair at the Great National South Court Hotel on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th November from 11am to 6 pm. This year’s fair will feature over over 80 antique shops, art galleries and vintage dealers, with over 1,000,000 items up for sale.
Admission: €5 for Adults. Children free. Admission price includes entry in raffle.


13. What: Ennis Trad Fest
When: 7th-11th of November
Enjoy the energy and excitement of the Ennis Trad Fest from the 7th to 11th November. As the premier traditional Irish Music Festival the Trad Fest will feature a variety of great free music events at fantastic locations across the town!
Admission: Free

14. What: TULCA Festival of Visual Arts
When: 1st-17th of November
The TULCA Festival champions Galway city and county and works with Irish creators to present innovative contemporary art exhibitions to provoke and energise audiences about the world of Visual Arts. Enjoy the best of national and international contemporary visual arts culture at multiple venues across Galway from the 1st to the 17th of November.
Admission: Free
15. What: Galway Cartoon Festival
When: 8th – 18th of November
Where: 17 Middle Street, Galway City
Here’s an activity to make you smile! Running over 11 days from the 8th to the 18th November, the free Galway Cartoon Festival will feature exciting main events, live caricature sessions and a schools’ cartoon workshop as well as showcasing some of the most talented cartoonists from Ireland and abroad across 6 great Galway city venues.
Admission: Free
16. What: Crooked Trad
When: Saturday 9th of November. 7pm
For an electric atmosphere, great craic and lovely creamy pints and an evening to remember Matt Molloy's Yard Bar in Westport is just the (free) ticket! Every week Crooked Trad will perform classic traditional tunes as well as their take on well-known contemporary songs of various genres! Sing-a-long, dance and have a great time.
Admission: Free
17. What: Sligo Food Trail: Brown Bread and Jam Storytelling Club
When: Saturday 9th of November
What’s the perfect way to spend a Saturday evening? Eating brown bread and sharing stories at Cawley’s Guesthouse of course! This wonderful free night of music, song and poetry with musicians, singers and storytellers from all around Ireland is not to be missed. Come for the entertainment, stay for the brown bread and jam!
18. What: Sunset over Grianán of Áileach
Where: Accessible all year round this ancient Donegal site is believed to have been the seat of the ruling kings of the area and possesses a powerful historical legacy. The massive stone ringfort, now a National Monument, is thought to have been built by the Uí Néills in the 7th century and from the top of Grianán of Áileach, you can take in a breathtaking, panoramic view of the beautiful Donegal countryside.
Admission: Free

19. What: Intercultural Festival
When: Saturday 9th of November, 11:00-3pm
Where: North Down Museum
Come and share in an energetic celebration of our borough’s cultural diversity at the North Down Museum on Saturday 9th November. This creative community festival will have a great range of unique multicultural activities, family-friendly events and interesting workshops!
Admission: Free
20. What: Dunmore Gardens
Built in 1742, the beautiful and secretive Dunmore Gardens lies just outside the pretty village of Carrigans on the western banks of Lough Foyle in Co. Donegal. The McFarland family have lived here for four generations and are always eager to welcome new visitors looking to relax in the sanctuary of the walled garden.
Admission: Adults €5, Children Free
21. What: Cavan and Monaghan Science Week; ‘Science is Magic’.
Where: Scotshouse Community Centre at 11am, Acorn Centre, Newbliss at 1:30pm, Carn Resource Centre at 3:30pm
Science Week Ireland is an annual festival involving over 800 events across the country. This year’s theme across three different locations in Monaghan is ‘Science is Magic’. On Saturday 9th November, expect experiments, explosions and much more at these exciting, energetic events! All activities are free but advance booking is recommended.
Admission: Free however booking is advised. Call or text 0877035381
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