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What: Chaplin’s Comedy Club
When: Saturday, 1 February, 9pm-11pm
Where: Chaplins Comedy Club, 2a Hawkins Street
Admission: €10
Imagine a place where you could combine pizza and comedy. That place is Dublin’s award winning comedy club night featuring four of Irelands top comedians. Seating is unreserved but group seating, like pizza, is available. Tickets available on the door (unless stated) or online until 8pm.
What: Teddy Bear Hospital 2020
When: Saturday, 1 February, 9.30am  – Sunday, 2 February 4pm
Where: RSCI, 123 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Admission: Free
The RCSI Paediatric Society’s 6th annual Teddy Bear Hospital for children aged 4-10 will take place in the Royal College of Surgeons at 123 St. Stephens Green. We hope that each child will bring a teddy with them to visit all of our "hospital" stations, although we'll have some extra teddies on the day just in case. 4 sessions will take place across the 2 days and even though all sessions are designed to be completely inclusive the 2 Sunday are specifically designed for children with disabilities and serious illness and their siblings.
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What: Dublin February Market
When: Saturday, 1 February, 12pm-6pm
Where: The George, George’s Street, Dublin 2
Admission: Free
This free-to-enter February market will feature multiple Irish designers, collectors and makers as well as live music, a full bar and vegan treats! Don’t miss it.
What: Learn Deep Meditation Class
When: Saturday, 1 February, 3.15pm-6pm
Where: Acre Project, Salesians College, Celbridge, Kildare
Admission: €8
Learn simple and effective ways to deepen your meditation with David Gerulis, an experienced meditation/spiritual teacher. All proceeds go to Charity supporting Australian Firefighters.
What: Nurturing your relationship with Nature
When: Saturday, 1 February, 10.15am-11.15am
Where: Mullingar Library, Mount Street, Mullingar, Westmeath
Admission: Free
The aim of this one-hour talk is to create awe and wonder about our natural surroundings so that you can share it with your children. Using storytelling and science to highlight the benefits of nature on physical health and mental health this talk will also examine eco anxiety and how to support children in these changing times.
What: Free Wellness Day
When: Saturday, 1 February, 10-6pm
Where: Wells House and Gardens, Ballyedmond, Gorey, Wexford
Admission: Free
This one day event at Wells House will feature Slow Flow Yoga, Mediation with Sound and Mammy and Baby Yoga. Register for this free event via Eventbrite and if you wish to pursue one of the classes you can get a 10% discount.
What: Drogheda Classical Music Weekend
When: Various events all weekend
Where: St Peter’s Church of Ireland, Downtown Drogheda
Admission: €8 for each select Masterclass and talk
From 31st January to 2nd February, Drogheda will become the centre for a weekend of vocal seminars, interviews, vocal masterclasses, concerts and much more under the artistic direction of international mezzo soprano Tara Erraught.
What: Birr Castle Gardens and Science Centre
When: All weekend, Saturday 9am-4pm, Sunday 9am-4.40pm
Where: Birr, Offaly
Admission: Adults €9.50, Children €5, Children 4 and under go free.
Created over generations, the Parsons family invite you to explore Birr Castle’s spectacular gardens and fascinating Science Centre.
What: Powerscourt Waterfall
When: All weekend, 10.30am-4pm
Where: Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Wicklow
Admission: Adults €6, Students €5.50, Children U12 €3.50
6km from the Main Estate, Ireland’s highest waterfall is 121m (398ft.) high and is set in one of Ireland’s most beautiful parklands. Located at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains Powerscourt is an ideal location for picnics and hot food is available nearby.
What: Cork Chinese New Year Festival
When: Sunday, 2 February, 1pm-3pm
Where: Nano Nagle Place, Douglas Street, Cork
Admission: Free
Nano Nagle Place & Cork Chinese Esoteric Buddhist School are delighted to host this inaugural event! Created with the generous support of Cork City Council, the hope is to grow this event in the coming years into a week-long festival celebrating Chinese Culture. Sunday’s activities will include a Chinese Lions and Dragon Dance and a Shaolin Martial Arts Weapons Demonstration.
What: The Way the Fairies Went Walk
When: All Weekend
Where: Sneem, Kerry
Admission: Free
Created by Kerry sculptor James Scanlon to celebrate Sneem’s victory in the National Tidy Towns Competition these stone structures known as “The Way the Fairies Went” and “The Pyramids” provide the perfect backdrop for a fantastic family walk.

What: Sunday at the Milk Market
When: Sunday, 2 February, 11am-3pm
Where: Limerick Milk Market, Cornmarket Row
Admission: Free
The Milk Market is a very different atmosphere from the hectic hustle and bustle of the famous Saturday market. It’s the perfect place to chill out, savour some food, sip a coffee and enjoy some live music.
What: Mitchelstown Cave Tour
When: Saturday 1 and Sunday 2, 10am-4pm
Where: Burncourt Cahir, Co. Tipperary
Admission: Adults €9, Children €3.50
This guided tour of one of the largest and most complex cave systems in Ireland will follow ancient passageways and explore massive caverns filled with ancient dripstone formations, stalactites, stalagmites and huge calcite pillars.
What: 2020 Galway City Volunteer Recruitment Fair
When: Sunday, 2 February, 2pm-5pm
Where: Galway Bay Hotel, The Promenade, Galway
Admission: Free
Interested in volunteering but don’t know where to start? Come along and meet the Galway charities and community groups looking for volunteers, discover what volunteer roles are available and register your interest.
What: National Museum of Ireland: Country Life
When: Saturdays 10am-5pm, Sundays 1pm-5pm
Where: Mayo Turlough Park, Castlebar
Admission: Free
Home to the National Folklife Collection and featuring fascinating artefacts related to domestic life, agriculture, fishing and hunting, clothing and textiles, furniture and fittings, trades and crafts, transport, sports and leisure and religion. This award-winning Museum, representing traditional life in Ireland throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, treats visitors to a taste of how our ancestors lived their daily lives, in both difficult and joyful times.
What: John Hewitt: A Talk and Walk
When: Saturday, 1 February, 2pm-4pm
Where: Girdwood Community Hub, 10 Girdwood Avenue, Belfast, UK
Admission: Free
Tony Kennedy, Chair of the John Hewitt Society, will give a free talk about one of our greatest poets, covering his life, poetry and its continuing relevance. The walk will retrace the road to school taken daily by the young poet.
What: Natural Dyes From You Kitchen Workshop
When: Saturday 1, February, 10am-1pm
Where: Millennium Court Arts Centre, 2 William Street, Portadown, Armagh
Admission: Free
Join this course and discover the world of beautiful, accessible and sustainable natural dyes where you’ll learn the basics of selecting and preparing fibers, extracting colour from the contents of your kitchen cupboard and food waste, and fixing these natural dyes to fabric.
What: Glenvagh National Park
When: All weekend. Tearooms 11am-4pm. Last tour of castle is 4pm
Where: Glenvagh, Letterkenny, Donegal
Admission: Free entry to park. Adult castle entry is €7, Child ticket is €5.
A hauntingly beautiful wilderness featuring rugged mountains, pristine lakes, tumbling waterfalls and enchanted native oak woodland, surrounds the beautiful 19th Century mansion and hunting lodge, Glenveagh Castle. Come visit this stunning location.
What: Kids Boxercise Class
When: Saturday, 1 February, 11am-12pm
Where: Ballynahinch Masonic Hall, Ballynahinch, Down
Admission: £7.06
Boxercise is a fun way for children over 4 years old to get some exercise, build confidence, develop a strong core and improve strength and fitness. Don’t miss this fun class!
What: Girl Power Workshop, RTE Herstory Festival 2020
When: Saturday, 1 February, 2pm-4pm
Where: Guildhall, Guildhall Street, Derry
Admission: Free
This workshop wants to celebrate young women and inspire positivity, resilience and inner confidence through empowering activities in a fun and relaxed setting. Join the Herstory 2020 celebrations!
What: Cavan County Museum
When: Saturday, 1 February, 10am-7pm
Where: Virginia Road, Ballyjamesduff, Cavan
Admission: Adults €3, Children €1.50
Elegant exhibition galleries provide an insight into the heritage of Cavan from antiquity to recent times. This museum is also home to the largest WW1 replica trench in Ireland and the UK.
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