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People of Westmeath are being encouraged to get involved in National Heritage Week by organising an event in their community. National Heritage Week 2011 takes place nationwide from August 20 to 28. Online registration is now open and all events must be registered by May 31 for inclusion in the National Heritage Week event guide.
When was the last time you or your kids climbed a tree, collected bugs or made a den in the garden? This Saturday is your cue as National Heritage Week kicks off with Wild Child Day (August 21).
National Heritage Week is coming to County Mayo this August and the message is to log on www.heritageweek.ie and register your event early.
Students from County Kilkenny are being invited to design a poster for National Heritage Week. The winning poster will be developed by a professional design agency and feature in a national advertising campaign which will include TV, print, and online.
Get involved in your community and your heritage, is the message from the Heritage Council as online registration for Heritage Week 2009 events opens.
Details of up to 1,000 events taking place across the country were unveiled at the launch of the National Heritage Week Event Guide by the Heritage Council. Now in its 19th year National Heritage Week, which runs from August 22 to August 30, is a celebration of Irish natural and cultural heritage.
Eight locations across the county, including the aforementioned dyke, will host just some of the 1,000 events taking place nationwide for Heritage Week between August 22-30.
Heritage Week runs from August 22 to 30 with some 1,000 events nationally.
Fourth, fifth, and sixth year students from Westmeath are being invited to design a poster for National Heritage Week. The winning poster will be developed by a professional design agency and feature in a national advertising campaign to include TV, print and online.