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Old Dublin Society unveils lecture schedule

Old Dublin Society unveils lecture schedule

The Old Dublin Society has released details for the Heritage Week Lecture and the Autumn 2016 Programme. All of these lectures will be held in the Conference Room of Dublin City Library & Archive, 138 – 144 Pearse Street. They […]

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Poetry readings come to Pearse Street Library

Poetry readings come to Pearse Street Library

Arthur Sheridan will read a selection of his poetry this evening at Pearse Street Library in an event titled “…and I will sing Burt Bacharach to you.” From 6pm attendees will be free to enjoy fresh refreshments and have a […]

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FoodMicro 2016 begins today

FoodMicro 2016 begins today

FoodMicro begins its 2016 festivities today at University College Dublin, the first time the conference has been held in Ireland. Running until Friday 22nd, this event will be attended by over 1000 food biologists and other experts from the food […]

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Brendan Carr performs Casting of the Spear

Brendan Carr performs Casting of the Spear

On Monday July 11th, Lord Mayor of Dublin and newly invested Honorary Admiral of Dublin Port Brendan Carr re-enacted of the Casting of the Spear. Carr sailed out on Dublin Bay with his seven-year-old son Jason for the event, which […]

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Zen Walk comes to Ringsend Park

Zen Walk comes to Ringsend Park

Life can be stressful, but this coming Friday there will be a group activity for stress relief right here in the community. The Zen Walk provides a calm and relaxed atmosphere in which people can learn techniques to release stress […]

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Children’s Entertainment at the Pembroke Library

Children's Entertainment at the Pembroke Library

The Pembroke Library on Anglesea Road will be hosting fun events for children this July. At 11am on Wednesday the 13th author Emer Conlon will take part in Vroom-Town Storytime, an interactive storytelling session featuring characters from her Vroom-Town book […]

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The Princess Returns

The Princess Returns

The Caribbean Princess returned to Dublin Port again today for the fifth time this cruise season. It remains one of the biggest cruise ships to take regular stops in Dublin. MS Caribbean Princess is a modified Grand Class cruise ship […]

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In the same boat

In the same boat

If you find yourself at Grand Canal Dock on a Wednesday evening or Saturday morning you may spy two dragon boats racing through the water. Don’t be alarmed, it’s not an armada landing on our shores, rather it’s the Plurabelle […]

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Bloomsday comes to Sandymount

Today we celebrate the life James Joyce, one of one of Ireland’s greatest authors and poets. Sandymount will play host to several events commemorating his literary achievements. The first of these is a Bloomsday Walking Tour, which begins at 10am. […]

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‘25 to Clanwilliam’ – a theatrical triumph

‘25 to Clanwilliam’ – a theatrical triumph

The Battle of Mount Street Bridge has only recently been recognised as one of the bravest and bloodiest engagements of the 1916 Rising amongst the general public, although it has long been acknowledged as such by the residents of Ringsend […]

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