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The "Dublin Event Guide (for Free Events)" is Dublin's most popular event magazine that focuses on the vast amount of cultural events for no admission charges. For more than 11 years it was a weekly e-mail magazine that listed, described and recommended 170-200 free cultural events in Dublin City and in the Greater Dublin area. Gigs, Festivals, Talks, Lectures, Exhibitions and much more for all age groups were included. After 600 editions, the Dublin Event Guide was semi-retired and now continues in a new format.

The Dublin Event Guide is a non commercial initiative and is published by Joerg Steegmueller, it has more than 24,000 readers. Instead of a weekly e-mail, there is now an e-mail only when significant events happen and you can subscribe for free on the right here -->>

This site contains the newest edition below and is updated as soon as it is completed (check the date!). But even if there is no new edition here, you probably find some event information on the Dublin Event Guide Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/DublinEventGuide!

The newest Dublin Event Guide (for Free Events) below was posted on 24 September 2022:


Dublin Event Guide 777: Culture Night was great! – Richmond Barracks Harvest Fair, Buzzfest, The Capel Street Event, Dublin Festival of History, Positive Ageing Week

Dublin Event Guide (for Free Events)

Culture Night was great!

Richmond Barracks Harvest Fair, Buzzfest, The Capel Street Event, Dublin Festival of History, Positive Ageing Week

Hi!

How was your Culture Night? Did you venture out and enjoy the rich variety of cultural events and venues Dublin has to offer? Or did you stay at home?

I was out! I walked 10km from Merrion Square via the National Gallery, Alliance Francaise, RCPI, National Library, National Museum, Mansion House, Grafton Street, Trinity College, Temple Bar, Meeting House Square, Christ Church, St. Patrick’s Cathedral back to Merrion Square. There was music, tours, viewings, exhibitions and a lot more. There were loads of people on the streets and as always it was a very happy and fun atmosphere in Dublin.

Culture Night is such a brilliant event and if you didn’t make it OR if you enjoyed it, put it already in your calendar for next year. It will probably take place on 22 Sept 2023!

The (slight) downside of Culture Night is that I am enjoying myself too much there! ;-) As a consequence I am starting the Dublin Event Guide MUCH later than usually and that means that you will probably get it much later than you would like to get it! I apologise for it, but I hope you understand.

As every week, this Dublin Event Guide brings you a long long list of free cultural events in Dublin. Some you might be interested in, others might leave you cold. I always suggest that you do the things that you love, but ALSO try ONE thing that you normally would not do! Challenge yourself and stretch your horizon every now and then, you could discover something amazing. A new interest maybe!? Something that is more exciting than you ever expected it to be!? Try it! ;-)

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“EPIC – The Irish Emigration Museum” (www.epicchq.com) are currently sponsoring the Dublin Event Guide and this section of the weekly newsletter will contain relevant information about events in general or about EPIC-related news and happenings.

+++ EPIC is getting ready for Christmas
An unforgettable Christmas experience awaits at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum on selected dates between 03 and 18 December. Santa, Mrs Claus and the elves are excited to be back at EPIC this December. They’ve spent the last few months getting ready for the best Christmas ever and they can’t wait to see you all again! Included in the experience is
– Entry to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
– Christmas Museum Trail
– Visit with Mrs Claus
– Individual visit to Santa with your family
– Age-appropriate gift from Santa
– A printed family photo with Santa taken by a professional photographer
– Post a letter to Santa at our Christmas Express Post Box
– A ticket to return and visit EPIC again in 2023
Prices:
Children (1-3 years) including an age-appropriate gift EUR18.50
Children (4-12 years) including an age-appropriate gift EUR 26.00
Children (under 1 year) FREE Adults (13+) EUR 16.00
To book and for further information go to epicchq.com/visit-santa-at-epic/

Free events in Dublin this weekend…

Saturday 24 September

+ Car Boot Sales Tallaght 06:00-12:00 Tallaght Stadium, Whitestown Way, Tallaght, Dublin 24 www.facebook.com/irishcarboot
+ Supernatural Food Market – Food & Farmer’s Market 09:00-15:00 St Andrew’s Resource Centre, 114-116 Pearse St., Dublin 2 www.facebook.com/thesupernaturalfoodmarket
+ Airfield Estate Farmers’ Market 09:00-14:30 Airfield Estate, Overend Ave, Dundrum, Dublin 14 (lower car park) www.airfield.ie/farmers-market-at-airfield-estate
+ Howth Market – Food stalls, organic produce, freshly baked goods, jewelry, clothing, antiques and more (Sat+Sun) 09:00-18:00 Howth Market, 3A Harbour Road, Howth, Co Dublin www.facebook.com/howthmarket/
+ Honest2Goodness Market – Food & Farmers’ Market – 09:30-15:00 – 136a Slaney Close, Dublin Industrial Estate, Glasnevin, Dublin 11 www.facebook.com/GlasnevinMarket/
+ St Anne’s Park Market – Food, Arts, Crafts 10:00-16:00 St. Anne’s Park, Raheny, Dublin 5 www.facebook.com/RedStablesMarket
+ Glasnevin Indoor Market 10:00-14:00 Brooks Timber & Building Supplies Ltd, Ballyboggan Rd, Dublin 11 www.facebook.com/Glasnevin-Indoor-Market-107579840635438
+ Bushy Park Market – 30 stalls with hot food, artisan produce, crafters and makers 10:00-16:00 Bushy Park, Rathdown Avenue, Terenure, Dublin 6W www.facebook.com/bushyparkmarket
+ Highlights of the National Museum – Archaeology – Family Tour (Age 8+) 10:30+12:00 National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Archaeology/Events/2022/10-122022/Public-Tour-of-the-National-Museum-of-Ireland-(2)
++ Richmond Barracks Harvest Fair – Food and Product Stalls, Workshops, Walking Tours, Entertainment/Performances and Showcases (24+25 Sep) 11:00-17:00 Richmond Barracks, Saint Michael’s Estate, Inchicore, Dublin 8 www.richmondbarracks.ie/whats-on/harvest-fair/
+ Urban Picnic in Corkagh Park – Farmer’s Market 11:00-17:00 Corkagh Park, Naas Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22 www.facebook.com/UrbanPicnic.ie/
+ Temple Bar Food Market 11:00-16:00 Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 www.templebarmarkets.com/foodmarket
+ Blackrock Market 11:00-17:30 Main Street, Blackrock, Co. Dublin www.facebook.com/BlackrockMarket/
+ Gallery Tour: National Gallery 12:30-13:15 National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 www.nationalgallery.ie/whats-on

+ Irish Art – Themed Tour – National Gallery 13:30-14:15 National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 www.nationalgallery.ie/whats-on/themed-tour-irish-art
++ Buzzfest Sustainability & Biodiversity Festival 2022 – Repair Cafe, Stalls, Baking Competition, Plants, Men’s Shed 14:00-17:00 St Peter’s Church, Phibsborough, Dublin 7 www.facebook.com/events/1268737113936990
+ Public Tour – Chester Beatty Museum 14:00 Chester Beatty Museum, Gardens of Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2 chesterbeatty.ie/whats-on/free-public-tours/ (Booking required)
+ Highlights of the National Museum – Archaeology – Family Tour (Age 8+) 14:00+15:30 National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Archaeology/Events/2022/10-122022/Public-Tour-of-the-National-Museum-of-Ireland-(2)
+ International Folk Session at Hartigan’s 18:00-23:00 Hartigan’s, 100 Leeson Street Lower, Dublin 2 www.facebook.com/InternationalBalladGroup
+ Q The Quo – Tribute to Status Quo – Gigs – Fibber Magees 20:00-02:00 Fibber Magees, 80-81 Parnell St, Dublin 1 www.facebook.com/events/1510338489411840/
+ Thinner Lizzy – Thin Lizzy Tribute – Gig 21:00 Harbour Bar, Strand Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow www.facebook.com/theharbourbarbray/
+ Latin Fever – Dublin’s Latin Club with reggaeton, merengue, funk, electrolatino, pachangueo, dembow & more 21:00-02:30 River Bar, 1 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2 (adm free from 21:00-23:00) www.facebook.com/LatinFeverDublin
+ Kiera Dignam Band – Gig 22:30 Tolka House Pub, 9a Glasnevin Hill, Glasnevin, Dublin 9 www.facebook.com/TolkaHousePubOfficial

Sunday 25 September

+ Positive Ageing Week 25 Sep-01 Oct positiveageingweek.com/events/

+ Car Boot Sale Ballymun 08:00-13:00 Ballymun Comprehensive School, Ballymun Road, Ballymun, Dublin 9 www.facebook.com/irishcarboot
+ Howth Market – Food stalls, organic produce, freshly baked goods, jewelry, clothing, antiques and more (Sat+Sun) 09:00-18:00 Howth Market, 3A Harbour Road, Howth, Co Dublin www.facebook.com/howthmarket/
+ parkHIIT Phoenix Park – Resistance Training 10:00-10:30 DASH Container Cafe, Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin 7, D07 V663 Dublin 7 www.eventbrite.ie/e/421972971517 (Booking required)
+ Glasnevin Indoor Market 10:00-16:00 Brooks Timber & Building Supplies Ltd, Ballyboggan Rd, Dublin 11 www.facebook.com/Glasnevin-Indoor-Market-107579840635438
++ Richmond Barracks Harvest Fair – Food and Product Stalls, Workshops, Walking Tours, Entertainment/Performances and Showcases (24+25 Sep) 11:00-17:00 Richmond Barracks, Saint Michael’s Estate, Inchicore, Dublin 8 www.richmondbarracks.ie/whats-on/harvest-fair/
+ Kids’ Drop by Activities @ National Botanic Gardens – Gardening activities for kids aged 4 and older with their parents (Sow broad beans like Viking farmers!) 11:00-12:00+15:30-16:30 National Botanic Gardens, Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9 botanicgardens.ie/calendar/
+ Herbert Park Market – Food & Farmers’ Market 11:00-16:00 Herbert Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 www.facebook.com/Herbert-Park-Market-405930226496273
+ Blackrock Market 11:00-17:30 Main Street, Blackrock, Co. Dublin www.facebook.com/BlackrockMarket/
+ St. Catherine’s Park Urban Market 11:00-17:00 St. Catherine’s Park, Lucan, Co. Dublin www.facebook.com/St.CatherinesParkUrbanMarket
+ National Gallery Family Workshop – creative workshop for children of all ages and their grown ups 11:30-13:30 National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 www.nationalgallery.ie/whats-on/family-workshop-2 (Registration IN-PERSON! required)
+ Family Tour – National Gallery 12:30-13:15 National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 www.nationalgallery.ie/whats-on

++ The Capel Street Event – Face Painters, 80s/90s Disco, Stilt Walkers, Street Entertainers, Games 13:00-17:00 Capel Street, Dublin 1 www.facebook.com/DublinCityCouncil/photos/10160935069424625
+ Gallery Tour: National Gallery 13:30-14:15 + 14:30-15:15 National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 www.nationalgallery.ie/whats-on
+ National Museum – Decorative Arts & History Tour: “Eileen Gray” 14:00 National Museum, Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 9 www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Decorative-Arts-History/Events/2022/092022/Public-Family-Tours-at-the-National-Museum-of-Irel
+ Public Tour – Chester Beatty Museum 14:00 Chester Beatty Museum, Gardens of Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2 chesterbeatty.ie/whats-on/free-public-tours/ (Booking required)
+ Hugh Lane Gallery Public Tour 14:15 Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1 www.hughlane.ie/lectures/forthcoming-lectures/3525-sunday-tour-29-may-2022
+ Sunday Sketching: Little Details – Family Event (Age 6-12 + parents) 15:00-16:00 www.hughlane.ie/lectures/forthcoming-lectures/3721-tryayrjjyw
+ Balfolk Dublin – Traditional Dances 16:00-19:00 Cobblestone, 77 King Street North, Smithfield, Dublin 7 www.facebook.com/events/369673585373034
+ The Comedy Crunch – Comedy with Michael Rice, Stephen Ryan & more 21:00-22:45 Stag’s Head, 1 Dame Court, Dublin 2 www.facebook.com/thecomedycrunch
+ Dublin Blues Cartel – Gig – Whelan’s Front Bar 22:30 Whelan’s, 25 Wexford St, Dublin 2 www.whelanslive.com/event/the-dublin-blues-cartel/ (Adm free before 22:30)

And the free events for next week….

Monday 26 September

+ Dublin Festival of History 26 Sep-16 Oct dublinfestivalofhistory.ie/
+ Positive Ageing Week 25 Sep-01 Oct positiveageingweek.com/events/

+ From Solomon’s Library to the Louvre: Genealogies of an Islamic Magic-Medicinal Bowl – Talk – Chester Beatty Museum 15:00 Online and at Chester Beatty Museum, Gardens of Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2 chesterbeatty.ie/whats-on/from-solomons-library-to-the-louvre-genealogies-of-an-islamic-magic-medicinal-bowl/ (Booking required for online event, not for in-person event.)
+ The Dublin Transport Industry – History Talk – Phibsboro Library 18:30 Phibsboro Library, Blacquiere Bridge, Dublin 7 www.dublincity.ie/events/dublin-transport-industry (Booking required)
+ Weaving with the Liberties Weavers – Learn how to weave on a card loom – Inchicore Library – Dublin Festival of History 18:30 Online www.dublincity.ie/events/weaving-liberties-weavers-online (Booking required)
+ Zero-ish Waste Living – Interactive Programme about Sustainability – Walkinstown Library 18:30 Walkinstwon Library, Percy French Road, Dublin 12 www.dublincity.ie/events/zero-ish-waste-living (Booking required)
+ Dublin in Poetry with Stephen James Smith 19:00-20:00 Richmond Barracks, Saint Michael’s Estate, Inchicore, Dublin 8 www.richmondbarracks.ie/whats-on/dublin-in-poetry-with-stephen-james-smith/ (Booking required)
+ The James Webb Space Telescope – Talk – Astronomical Society 20:00 Online and in-person at Astronomical Society, Ely House, 8 Ely Place, Dublin 2 www.irishastrosoc.org/
+ The Comedy Crunch – Comedy with Aidan Greene, Padraig Williams and others 21:00-22:45 Stag’s Head, 1 Dame Court, Dublin 2 www.facebook.com/thecomedycrunch

Tuesday 27 September

+ Dublin Festival of History 26 Sep-16 Oct dublinfestivalofhistory.ie/
+ Positive Ageing Week 25 Sep-01 Oct positiveageingweek.com/events/

+ Creative Ireland: National and Local 5 year plan – Presentation of their culture and wellbeing programme 09:30-11:30 Wood Quay Venue, between Dublin City Offices and Christ Church Cathedral, Wood Quay, Dublin 8 www.eventbrite.ie/e/424113453757 (Booking required)
+ From Turmoil to Truce: Photographs of the War of Independence – Exhibition Tour – National Library 12:00-12:45 Online www.eventbrite.ie/e/404075228887 (Booking required)
+ Anne Yeats – The Everyday Fantastic – Pop-up Talk – National Gallery 13:15-13:35 National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2 www.nationalgallery.ie/whats-on/pop-talk-anne-yeats-everyday-fantastic
+ What did the Doctor say? – Helping you read and understand issues and language relating to your everyday health – Adult Education 14:30-16:00 (Tuesdays 27 Sept-25 Oct) Ballyfermot Library, Ballyfermot Road, Dublin 10 www.dublincity.ie/events/what-did-doctor-say (Booking required)
+ The Venetian drawings by Lady Gregory – Talk – National Library 18:00-19:00 Online www.eventbrite.ie/e/408636070487 (Booking required)
+ When The Post Boxes Turned Green – History Talk – Kevin Street Library – Dublin Festival of History 18:30 Kevin Street Library, 18 Lower Kevin Street, Dublin 8 www.dublincity.ie/events/when-post-boxes-turned-green-cathy-scuffil (Booking required)
+ The East Wall School Boys Strike of 1911 – Talk – Charleville Mall Library – Dublin Festival of History 18:30 Charleville Mall Library, North Strand, Dublin 1 www.dublincity.ie/events/east-wall-school-boys-strike-1911 (Booking required)
+ The National Library of Ireland – Director’s Tour 19:00 National Library, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.nli.ie/en/list/current-events.aspx
+ Ukulele Tuesday – Weekly Ukulele Meetup 20:00 Stag’s Head, 1 Dame Court, Dublin 2 www.facebook.com/UkuleleTuesday/

Wednesday 28 September

+ Dublin Festival of History 26 Sep-16 Oct dublinfestivalofhistory.ie/
+ Positive Ageing Week 25 Sep-01 Oct positiveageingweek.com/events/

+ Little Museum of Dublin – Free Tour 10:00 Little Museum of Dublin, 15 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 littlemuseum.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173601013
+ GradIreland Graduate Careers Fair – RDS 11:00-17:00 RDS Simmonscourt, Simmonscourt Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 gradireland.com/events/gradireland-graduate-careers-fair (Booking required)
+ Sino-African Relations and the War in Ukraine – Talk – TCD 12:00-13:00 Trinity College, Arts Building Annex, Room 2012, Dublin 2 www.tcd.ie/news_events/events/event/sino-african-relations-and-the-war-in-ukraine.php
+ Sir Frederic William Burton (1816-1900) historic pre-Famine painting – Talk – Pembroke Library – Dublin Festival of History 13:00 Pembroke Library, Anglesea Road, Dublin 4 www.dublincity.ie/events/sir-frederic-william-burton-1816-1900-historic-pre-famine-painting (Booking required)
+ Crafting the Modern Countryside: Regional Development in Ireland and Galicia in the early 20th Century – Talk – TCD 14:00-16:30 Trinity College Dublin, Neill Lecture Theatre, Dublin 2 www.tcd.ie/news_events/events/event/crafting-the-modern-countryside-regional-development-in-ireland-and-galicia-in-the-early-20th-century.php
+ Guided Tour at Irish National War Memorial Gardens, Islandbridge 14:30 National War Memorial Gardens, off South Circular Road, Dublin 8 (Meeting point is inside the main gates)
phoenixpark.ie/event/irish-national-war-memorial-gardens-islandbridge-free-wednesday-guided-tours/?instance_id=4189
+ Highlights of the National Museum – Archaeology – Family Tour (Age 8+) 14:30 National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Archaeology/Events/2022/10-122022/Public-Tour-of-the-National-Museum-of-Ireland-(2)
+ Book Launch: The life of Charles Frederick Ball (1879-1915), botanist and horticulturist by Seamus O’Brien and Brian Willan 15:00-16:00 National Botanic Gardens, Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9 botanicgardens.ie/calendar
+ Can nuclear cultural heritage be subversive? – Insights from the fieldwork in Russian atomic heritage sites – Talk – TCD 16:00-18:00 Online www.tcd.ie/news_events/events/event/can-nuclear-cultural-heritage-be-subversive-insights-from-the-fieldwork-in-russian-atomic-heritage-sites.php
+ Public Tour – Chester Beatty Museum 17:30 Chester Beatty Museum, Gardens of Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2 chesterbeatty.ie/whats-on/free-public-tours/ (Booking required)
+ Albrecht Dürer’s Enduring Vision: from Irish Warriors to Great Whales – Illustrated Talk 18:00 Online and at Chester Beatty Museum, Gardens of Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2 chesterbeatty.ie/whats-on/durers-enduring-vision-from-irish-warriors-to-great-whales/ (Booking required for online event, not for in-person event.)
+ CLEO – Film Screening (German with English subtitles) – Terenure Library & Goethe-Institut Irland 18:00 Terenure Library, Templeogue Road, Dublin 6W www.dublincity.ie/events/cleo-film-screening
+ Weaving in the Liberties – Talk – Walkinstown Library 18:30-20:00 Walkinstown Library, Percy French Road, Dublin 12 www.dublincity.ie/events/weaving-liberties (Booking required)
+ Working in the Dublin Cattle Market 1940-1973 – Talk – Central Library – Dublin Festival of History 18:30 Central Library, ILAC Centre, Henry Street, Dublin 1 www.dublincity.ie/events/working-dublin-cattle-market-1940-1973 (Booking required)
+ The Sporting Life of Patrick O’Connell (1887-1959) – Talk – Ballymun Library – Dublin Festival of History 18:30 Ballymun Library, Ballymun Road, Dublin 11 www.dublincity.ie/events/sporting-life-patrick-oconnell-1887-1959 (Booking required)

Dublin Event Guide (for Free Events)

Thursday 29 September

+ Dublin Festival of History 26 Sep-16 Oct dublinfestivalofhistory.ie/
+ dlr Festival of Inclusion 2022 – 29 Sep-31 Oct events.dlrcoco.ie/event/dlr-festival-inclusion-2022
+ Positive Ageing Week 25 Sep-01 Oct positiveageingweek.com/events/

+ Biz Expo – B2B trade show 10:00-16:00 Sport Ireland: National Indoor Arena, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 www.eventbrite.ie/e/330467636597 (Booking required)
+ Weaving with the Liberties Weavers – Learn how to weave on a card loom – Inchicore Library – Dublin Festival of History 11:00-13:00 Inchicore Library, Richmond Barracks, St. Michaels Estate, Dublin 8 www.dublincity.ie/events/weaving-liberties-weavers (Booking required)
+ Sing for Fun – Weekly Drop-in Workshop (18 Aug-29 Sep) – Culture Connects 11:00-12:00 Richmond Barracks, Off Bulfin Rd, Inchicore, Dublin 8 richmondbarracks.ticketsolve.com/ticketbooth/shows/1173630636 (Booking required)
+ Guided Tour of Grangegorman Military Cemetery 11:00 Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin 7 (Meeting point is inside the cemetery gates) phoenixpark.ie/event/arbour-hill-cemetery-free-friday-guided-tours/?instance_id=4188
+ Shining a Light: Lighthouse Memorials in Registry of Deeds – Guided Tour 11:30 Registry of Deeds, Henrietta Street, Dublin 1 cultureclubdublin.ticketsolve.com/ticketbooth/shows/873625191 (Booking required)
+ WB Yeats and Nature – Talk – National Library 13:00-13:45 Online www.eventbrite.ie/e/406956476777 (Booking required)
+ Highlights of the National Museum – Archaeology – Family Tour (Age 8+) 14:30 National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Archaeology/Events/2022/10-122022/Public-Tour-of-the-National-Museum-of-Ireland-(2)
+ Crafting Medieval Spain: the Torrijos Ceilings in the Global Museum – Talk – TCD 17:00-18:00 Trinity College Dublin, Provost’s Stable, Dublin 2 www.tcd.ie/news_events/events/event/crafting-medieval-spain-the-torrijos-ceilings-in-the-global-museum.php
+ Valuing Health Care Reform: Resilience in Interesting Times – Lecture – TCD 18:00-19:00 Trinity College, Biomedical Sciences Institute, 152-160 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 www.eventbrite.com/e/416289963487 (Booking required)
+ Last letters of Reginald Dunne and Joseph O’Sullivan, the assassins of Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson MP – Talk – National Library 20:00-21:00 National Library, 7 Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.eventbrite.ie/e/409870091477 (Booking required)
+ Ma Thursdays Open Mic – Mother Reilly’s Bar 21:00-23:30 Mother Reilly’s Bar & Restaurant, 26 Upper Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6 www.facebook.com/mathursdaysopenmi

Friday 30 September

+ Dublin Festival of History 26 Sep-16 Oct dublinfestivalofhistory.ie/
+ dlr Festival of Inclusion 2022 – 29 Sep-31 Oct events.dlrcoco.ie/event/dlr-festival-inclusion-2022
+ Make Way-Day – Initiative to highlight barriers/obstructions for people with disabilities on our streets – Disability Federation of Ireland – All Day – www.makewayday.com/
+ Positive Ageing Week 25 Sep-01 Oct positiveageingweek.com/events/
++ European Researchers’ Night – Talks, Demonstrations, Tours, Activities – Trinity College Dublin www.start-ern.org/

+ Screen Work in the 21st Century: Access, Equality and ‘Creative Justice’ – Symposium – TCD 09:00-13:00 Trinity College, Trinity Long Room Hub, Dublin 2 www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/412225937877 (Booking required)
+ In-Person talk with artist Rita Duffy – Hugh Lane Culture Club 10:30 Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1 www.hughlane.ie/lectures/forthcoming-lectures/3672-culture-club-30-september-2022 (Booking required)
+ The Story of the Asgard – Talk – National Museum 11:30 National Museum, Collins Barracks, Benburb St, Dublin 7 cultureclubdublin.ticketsolve.com/ticketbooth/shows/873638787 (Booking required)
+ Highlights of the National Museum – Archaeology – Family Tour (Age 8+) 14:30 National Museum, Kildare Street, Dublin 2 www.museum.ie/en-IE/Museums/Archaeology/Events/2022/10-122022/Public-Tour-of-the-National-Museum-of-Ireland-(2)
+ Guided Tour of Arbour Hill Cemetery 14:30 Arbour Hill Cemetery, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7 (Meeting point is inside the cemetery gates) phoenixpark.ie/event/arbour-hill-cemetery-free-friday-guided-tours/?instance_id=4188
+ Colm Lynch + Special Guests – Gig – Soft Rock Classics 19:00-21:00 Hard Rock Hotel, 18 Exchange Street Upper, Dublin 8 www.facebook.com/events/1086498125259577

And there is more…

+++ The Capel Street Event
Éadaoin Fitzmaurice, journalist and social media person from Arklow has declared Capel Street to the “coolest street” in Dublin and the Time Out Magazin put it on Rank 22 out of 33 in their list. You might whole-heartedly agree or very much disagree with this declaration by a single journalist, but Dublin City is chuffed like mad and uses it heavily as a confirmation that the sort-of-pedestrianisation (cyclists are still allowed to race down the street and e-scooter users do it illegally) was the right thing to do.
This Sunday, Dublin City is running “The Capel Street Event”, a family-friendly celebration of this “coolest street” tag, awarded by one journalist. (You might sense that I am not 100% convinced that the tag is justified. ;-) )
There will be on-street entertainment and free family fun with Face Painters, an 80s/90s Disco, Stilt Walkers, Street Entertainers and games from 13:00-17:00. www.facebook.com/DublinCityCouncil/photos/1016093506942462
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+++ LOW PRICED BOOKS (WITH FREE DELIVERY)
Book Depository is the place where you can buy low priced books, usually for better prices than on Amazon. And Book Depository always delivers for free. By buying books from Book Depository you will also help the Dublin Event Guide for no additional cost to you, so two good reasons in one. Use this link: shor.by/BookDepository
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+++ LOTS of Trinity College Talks
Trinity College is offering really interesting talks and LOTS of them. There are so many that I couldn’t include them all, so please check out www.tcd.ie/news_events/events/ and if you check before Monday, then click on “NEXT WEEK” towards the top to see all the events that take place next week.

+++ Sculpture in Context – National Botanic Garden
For the 36th time the yearly “Sculpture in Context” exhibition will be in the National Botanic Gardens. 120 artists are showing their work and the bigger pieces are wonderfully integrated in the park. The sculptures will be in the park from 01 Sept to 07 Oct (inclusive). And because admission to the Botanic Gardens is free anyway, visiting this exhibition is free too. sculptureincontext.ie

+++ LEARN A NEW SKILL WITH ONLINE COURSES
Is there ever a wrong time for learning a new skill or enhancing what you are already interested in? Maybe it is a language or an instrument or some technical skills? Or somethign cmpletely different? Nearly every subject is there! Check out Udemy via the link below, they have thousands of courses and there is good chance that what you are looking for is available. Nearly all the courses are REALLY affordable!
The lowest price most of the time is EUR 12.99. Sometimes it even goes doen further to EUR 9.99 and when that happens (about once or twice a year), I will tell you. But even 12.99 is definitely a good price for what you get!

Check out the website at www.getthislink.com/Udemy22 And if you buy through that link, you also help the Dublin Event Guide! :-)

And this is it for another week! Have a great weekend and good new week.

Take care,

–Joerg (dublineventguide@gmail.com)

 


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