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Energia Map 31st August - 1st September
India Day
When: Sunday 1st September
Taking place in Farmleigh House & Estate, the Indian Community in Ireland are proud to host India Day in the Phoenix Park. Everyone is welcome to celebrate the Irish and Indian friendship. With many Indian and World Cultural activities planned it is a great day for the whole family. Taste some tasty cuisines from around the world, watch classical and Bollywood dances and a fashion show.
Admission: Free
Dublin Castle – Special Tour: What is a Castle?
When: Sunday 1st September
Historian Laura Fitzachary is putting on a special tour of the medieval roots of Dublin Castle and discover features of medieval architecture. This is the perfect event for the whole family full of a day of entertainment and learning for all.
Admission: Free - but booking is essential
The National Gallery - Highlights Tour
When: Sunday 1st September
The perfect way to spend a lazy Sunday is to head into the National Gallery for this free tour. The tour will go through all of the permanent collection at the gallery and talk you through some of the key pieces and artists
Admission: Free
2. Cork
Cape Clear Island International Storytelling Festival
When: Saturday 31st Aug - Sunday 1st Sept
The Cape Clear Island International Storytelling Festival, now in its 25th year has become the most renowned festivals in the world storytelling calendar. With some of the most renowned storytellers from around the globe and set in a stunning location this festival is set to be a wonderful event.
Admission: Many events on donation basis
3. Galway
Féile an tSrutháin (Carraroe)
When: Saturday 31st Aug - Sunday 1st Sept
The Regatta in Carraroe is on this year to round up the end of the summer months. Displaying many unique Irish boats, such as currachs and Galway Hookers, traditional boats used throughout Galway Bay along the coast of Connemara and North Clare. Spectate these amazing boats and watch races from the side-lines hopefully on a sunny afternoon.
Admission: Free
4. Limerick
Pigtown Culture & Food Series
When: Sunday 1st - 30th
Limerick’s Pigtown Culture and Food Series is back to celebrate the unique food heritage of the town. Inspired by Limerick’s famous bacon industry, there will be many events over the course of the month in various locations in Limerick. With an action-packed programme of themed events, this is a must see event.
Admission: Free
5. Mayo
Sensory Day at the Pirate Adventure Park
When: 1st September
A fun, calm and free event has been organised at the Pirate Adventure Park for families with children with sensory processing difficulties. Music will be turned down and queue times will be decreased allowing only those presenting with a family member with autism or a sensory processing disorder to use the facilities. Although this event is free you need to pre-register in order for the park to know how many people will be in attendance.
Admission: Free
6. Wicklow
Wicklow Parkruns - Avondale & Russborough
When: 31st August
Parkrun is a 5k run where it is you against the clock. It takes place every Saturday at 9.30am at Avondale Russborough House & Parklands, Blessington and Avondale House & Forest Park Avondale, Rathdrum. The run is free to join but you must register before your first run where you must present your barcode, otherwise you won’t get a time. Every week there will also be a post parkrun coffee in The Tea Rooms where everyone is welcomed
Admission: Free
7. Wexford
‘Sing to Me’ - Movie Launch
When: 31st August
Head along to the Wexford Arts Centre for the launch of the movie ‘Sing to Me’. The film which stars Luke Spellacy Shaw and Jordan Feeley is about a young musician who hides his amazing talent while also being hopefully in love with the girl of his dreams.  Tickets are available at the Art Centre and on their website.
Admission: €7.00
8. Cavan
Cavan Museum
When: 1st September
Come visit the Cavan County Museum on Sundays between 2pm and 5.30pm where you will be able to see many fascinating exhibits including the award-winning World War One replica trench, the 1916 Rising Experience, and Road to War: Path to Reflection with a gift shop and café. It is an ideal place to relax and wander through tens of thousands of years of Irish history. Guided tours are also available for groups.
Admission: Adults €6.00 / OAP & Students €4.00
9. Louth
Blackrock Film Festival 2019
When: August 29th - September 1st
Looking for a film festival with a twist? Then look no further then the Blackrock Film Festival. The 4 day event has everything from a spectacular open air cinema right on the beach to the showing of a 1930s classic in a 100 year old hall. It’s a perfect way to wrap up the summer in the beautiful seaside village of Blackrock which overlooks Dundalk Bay and the Cooley Peninsula in Louth. This event is suitable for all the family and not to be missed!
Admission: €8.00
10.  Carlow
What You Will; A Re-Imagining of Shakespeare’s 12th Night
29th - 31st August
Adapted from a Shakespeare comedy, Carlow Youth Theatre have created a modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Written by Ursula McGinn in collaboration with members of County Carlow Youth Theatre, the play will explore themes of sexuality, honesty and defying the status quo. A fun and enjoyable event not to be missed!
Admission: €5.00
11. Antrim
Air Waves Portrush
When: 31st August - 1st September
Organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, head along to the Air Waves in Portrush for a weekend of guaranteed fun where a large number of visitors are expected to hit the seaside town. Experience Mark Jeffries, winner of multiple titles for his aerobatic prowess take to the sky while on the ground visitors can look forward to an extensive range of exhibits headlined by the STEM Village where the worlds of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics come alive in an interactive and engaging way.
Admission: Free
12. Derry
Carnival of Colours 2019
When: 31st August - 1st September
The Carnival of Colours is a two-day festival which showcases local and international circus, theatre, art and music talent. There will be international street theatre acts from all over the world as well as youth’s arts zones and specialist workshops. A family fun and packed weekend, guaranteed to entertain all.
Admission: Free, donations welcome
13. Belfast
Land of the Legends
When: 1st September
Land of Legends has been running from June 1st and is closing up on September 1st so head down and explore this immersive experience. Northern Ireland is home to many weird and wonderful mythical creatures throughout the centuries and is known as the land of giants. This multi-screen projection will have stunning photography, film, illustration and many more. Visitors will be taken on a whirlwind tour of Ireland’s most spectacular landscapes and uncover some thrilling tales along the way.
Admission: £8
14. Donegal
Inishowen Peninsula Loop
When: All year round
The Inishowen Peninsula has so much to offer all in close proximity of each other. This 8km coastal loop will take you two to three hours along bog roads, laneways and if you look closely when you make is to the coastline you can see the west of Scotland if the weather is good. This is the perfect way to spend a weekend with friends and family in the breath-taking outdoors of Donegal.
Admission: Free
 15. Offaly
Ciaran Cooney & Friends - Live Music
When: 31st August
Head down to the Dungeon Bar this coming Saturday for a live music event with a performance by Ciaran Cooney & Friends. This event is strictly over 18s.
Admission: Free
16. Kerry
Muckross House
When: 31st August - 1st September
Take a tour around one of Ireland’s more scenic and visited  tourist destinations where visitors can take a tour of the famous house where Queen Victoria once stayed on her visit to Ireland. Other attractions include the Lakes of Killarney and a tour through Muckross’ Traditional Farm. A great day out just before the summer comes to a close.
Admission: Adults - €9.25, children - €6.25. Group deals also available.
17. Meath
Newgrange Farm
When: 31st August - 1st September
Visit the Newgrange farm, a family owned and run working farm/educational facility where visitors can get hands on experience of what it’s like to work on a farm. There's an array of animals to see including cows and pigs with the opportunity to feed the pet lambs. The tour will last approximately an hour.
Admission: €9.00
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