Archive for the Events Category

Pause for Harmony: Art in Lockdown

Launch by the Gerard Byrne Studio David Prendeville This September, the Gerard Byrne Studio will launch the highly anticipated ‘Pause for Harmony – Art in Lockdown’ exhibition. Gerard Byrne’s second major solo show of 2020 features an extraordinary and very […]

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Education Expo in the RDS & Virtual Education Expo 2020

Geneva Pattison The annual Education Expo is expected to take place on August 29th of this year, with added safety measures put in place to ensure social distance is maintained. The free event will allow prospective students to meet course […]

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Celebrating virtual Heritage Week 2020

BY Alyson Gavin, event coordinator To mark Heritage Week 2020, a virtual presentation entitled “St John’s Sandymount: our educational and cultural heritage” will be available from 15th August on the church’s website www.sandymount.dublin.anglican.org.   Using the records of St John’s, newspaper […]

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Wellness Workshops now online

Eoin Meegan With Covid-19 dominating all the headlines at the moment, we may be in danger of overlooking other critical problems in society: mental health, domestic abuse, child vulnerability, and the topic under scrutiny here, suicide and self-harm. Suicide or […]

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Great Lengths launches Hairdos for Heroes initiative to thank frontline workers

Luxury hair extensions brand, Great Lengths has launched ‘Hairdos for Heroes’, an initiative that will offer free haircuts and blow-drys as a way of giving back to frontline workers. Great Lengths is enlisting interest from salons to participate and is […]

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Free Dogs Trust foster care service for frontline workers

By Eoin Meegan f you’re a frontline worker who’s worried about who will take care of your dog while you’re taking care of the rest of us, then help is at hand from those wonderful people at Dogs Trust. Dogs […]

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Step Up, Stay Put: Walk 10,000 steps every day to raise money for charity

As everyone adjusts to working from home and the kitchen table becomes a makeshift classroom, it’s important to also remain active within the confines of your own four walls. Step Up, Stay Put is a new charity fitness challenge from […]

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Name Mr Tayto’s baby lemurs!

Tayto Park is thrilled to announce the arrival of twin Lemurs! Help name the latest arrivals to be in with a chance to win a Tayto Park family pass Excitement was in the air at Tayto Park earlier this month […]

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Behind Every Young Scientist is an Exhausted Science Teacher

By Kathrin Kobus The RDS was packed again for three days from the 9th-11th January. Over 1,000 students represented 244 schools of Ireland at the 56th BT Young Scientist Fair. More than 50,000 visitors, young and older students from primary […]

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St Patrick’s Day Fest 2020

By Geneva Pattison The line-up for the St Patrick’s Day Festival is finally here, and consists of five days and nights of culture, ceol agus craic for all. Prepare your dancing shoes and your walking boots (that’s right) because here’s […]

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