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Sandcastle building in Achill, robot making at the Linenhall, art classes at the Michael Davitt Museum, song writing in Westport, coding in Belmullet, wool craft at Killawala, drumming in Cong, wildcraft in Kilkeeran, virtual artists in Louisburg, a treasure hunt in Ballinglen – these are just a few of the events for children taking place next Saturday for the Cruinniú na nÓg Festival.
Love Lannagh, the family friendly festival – where 'Glastonbury meets the Wild Atlantic Way’ – will light up Lough Lannagh when it celebrates creativity, music and fun on Saturday, June 15. The action takes place from 12 noon until 6pm.
Do you have an idea for a creative event for children and young people? Now you can make it happen.
On Saturday last in Dublin, Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena laid a wreath at the National Memorial in Merrion Square, during the annual changing of the guard ceremony.
Join Michele Fox for fun-filled arts and crafts activities in Luan Gallery and Athlone Castle for this year’s Cruinniú na nÓg - national day of creativity for children - events taking place on Saturday, June 23.
CRUINNIÚ NA nÓg, the national day of creativity for children and young people, takes place in Galway city this weekend, and featuring a range of exhibitions, workshops, music gigs, and artistic opportunities.
Local organisations throughout Galway city planning events in their areas in the coming months may be eligible for funding under the Galway City Council's Local Community Festivals Grant Awards Scheme 2018.
Tomorrow, for the first time in nearly a century, Galwegians can join their fellow Irish citizens and, if they choose, head to the pub.
TRADITIONAL IRISH music gigs and a feast of Six Nations action will be the order of the day throughout the St Patrick’s Weekend Celebrations at The Skeff, Eyre Square.