Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Straight after the Alanis Morissette gig in the Iveagh Gardens, you can enjoy a sing along event just around the corner in honour of the singer’s album “Jagged Little Pill”.
20% of the proceeds will be donated to The National Women’s Council of Ireland.
It’s time to get back in touch with your inner teen!
Tickets €6.90 available here
At the Sugar Club (8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2)
Harbour Splash : The first inflatable Aqua Park
The first inflatable Aqua Park in Dublin will be the best fun you will have on the water this summer! Check it out!
Colin Harris, director of Big Splash Water Parks Ltd, points out: “Children as young as 8 can participate and we believe Harbour Splash will be the most fun you can have on the water for birthday parties, hen and stag dos, corporate events and of course it will make a brilliant family day out.” Go and discover!
‘Get out, enjoy the water and have fun!’
€22 per hour for adult, €18 per hour for children
Bookings are now open ( here)
Interested in museum and gallery learning and community engagement?
You can engage with colleagues in cultural meetings aimed to developing ideas and proposals for education in museums. You can choose among projects covering every discipline and designed for children, women or whatever.
Fee: €15- €25 Register here
Starting from 9.30am until 4pm.
At the National Museum of Ireland in Benburb Street, Dublin.
The detailed schedule and abstracts are available to view on www.irishmuseums.org