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What To Do Today: Your Guide To The Weekend

Look To The Sky Here

The Bray air display returns this weekend for a two-day aviation spectacular event featuring 27 jets, and 47 aircraft. Alongside the main event, there will also be a food and craft market, live music, and a family fun fair. Bring earplugs for the little ones – it could get a little noisy! Activities kick off daily from 12 noon. For more info click here.

Share Your Skills Here

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Dublin Maker is a free, community lead project that takes place during the Festival of Curiosity in Dublin. Members of the public are invited to Merrion Square Gardens today, July 23rd, for a unique ‘show and tell’ experience where anyone from any creative industry is welcomed to display works of art, demonstrate a skill, or paint a picture in a carnival-like atmosphere. The idea behind the event is that it will inspire other thinkers to become doers and makers. Expect curiosity, creativity, and a bit of science thrown in too. The day kicks off at 10am and runs until 6pm. For more info click here

Practice Your Italian Here

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A special traditional Italian-inspired lunch will take place at House on Leeson Street today in conjunction with Italian beer Peroni and The House of Peroni. Indulge your senses in all of the fresh carby, cheesy goodness, and expect dishes like oven baked parmigiana, homemade vanilla pannacotta, and gorgonzola & hazelnut risotto, and Peroni-infused cocktails. It’s Saturday after all. Tickets at €25 per person. For more info or to book tickets click here.

Support An Irish Brand Here

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Woodpecker Shades is the latest Irish brand to fall into our radar. Established only last year by childhood friends Alex and Eoin, Woodpecker Shades are superbly crafted by hand using natural materials and are elegant and stylish. Be sound and support them here

Be Cultural Here

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An exhibition by the 2016 graduates of the renowned Ceramics Skills & Design Course – run by the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) – is taking place at the National Craft Gallery, Kilkenny. The exhibition has been aptly titled as Cré; meaning ‘earthen’ or ‘made of clay’. The event will showcase 10 of Irelands newest ceramicists who have already excelled in their field. Cré will be at the National Craft Gallery until 1st August 2016. For more info click here.

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