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Ireland Festival of Nations 2017

By Christie Kandiwa / August 1, 2017

Ireland Festival of Nations 2017 Time: 12:00 – 18:00 Location: Mountjoy Square Park, Mountjoy Square, Dublin The Ireland Festival of Nations 2017  which is being organised by the Diversity and Multicultural Initiative will be starting from 12 noon to 6 pm will be hosting people in order to enjoy a mixture of cultural displays from […]

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Free Things To Do with Family in Dublin

By Christie Kandiwa / July 31, 2017

Family events might be hard to plan especially on a budget. Here is a curated list of ideas of places you can create memories with your family here in Dublin. Phoenix Park, At first, this might sound like an obvious choice but with 1’750 acres to explore, you can never get enough. This would be […]

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Heritage Sites To Visit in Dublin

By Christie Kandiwa / July 7, 2017

Aras An Uachtarain – The President’s Residence This is the residence of the President of Ireland. Guided tours are available (which last one hour) and include an introductory film at the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre, return transport to an tÁras, tour of the exhibition centre and the main state reception rooms. Directions Royal Hospital Kilmainham […]

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The City Spectacular 2017

By Christie Kandiwa / July 6, 2017

The City Spectacular is one of the best events that take place in Dublin every summer. Unfortunately, not many have heard or experienced the event but it is worth the excitement. It was originally named the Street Performance World Championship but unfortunately, it has aged over the years and lost its quality. However, that is […]

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The Life and Works of Yeats

By Christie Kandiwa / July 5, 2017

This is a tour of the exhibition “Yeats: The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats” on the first Thursday of each month. It introduces William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) – one of the great poets of the twentieth century – and his many interests, including lite.rature, folklore, theatre, politics, the occult, and Irish cultural identity. […]

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Free Access To Heritage Sites

By Christie Kandiwa / July 4, 2017

This Wednesday 05 July, fees at some Office of Public Works Heritage (OPW) sites will be waived. Free Wednesday often occurs once a month on the first Wednesday of the month. The OPW looks after the state-owned heritage sites, utilises Free Wednesday as a way to encourage people to visit the historic sites that it […]

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Le French Afterwork 

By Christie Kandiwa / July 3, 2017

Le French Afterwork aims to connect french natives and to create a close-knit community that promotes french culture and also allows you to losen up afterwork.

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Festa Junina 2017

By Christie Kandiwa / June 23, 2017

Festa Junina, otherwise known as the Midsummer Festival, is taking place in the Tivoli on Sunday the 25th of June. The day will be filled with performances from live bands such as Forró Namangaia and Trio The Pé No Chão and DJ Tamara Maravilha. The Brazilian BBQ Dublin and treats by Pri will be ready to […]

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5 Gardens To Visit in Dublin

By Christie Kandiwa / June 23, 2017

Dublin is filled with historic buildings and natural landscapes that can blow you away. Here’s a curated list of the only five of the popular gardens to visit in Dublin. Botanical Gardens  The Botanical Gardens are located three kilometres away from Dublin City Centre. They are an have of calm and beauty, and admission is […]

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Having Fun This Summer Solstice 

By Christie Kandiwa / June 20, 2017

Tomorrow, on Wednesday the 21st, we welcome the first day of summer, which is also known as the summer solstice or Litha in nature-based faiths. This day is one of the main sabbats in Paganism. Tomorrow will mark the longest day of the year, it will also give us the longest twilight of the year, […]

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