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What To Do Today: Your Guide To The Weekend


by Niamh ODonoghue
03rd Sep 2016
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Be Fabulous Here

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A Fabulous Market returns to The George bar today, September 3rd from noon. Shop and browse locally produced goods, food and drink, homeware, jewellery,?art and more, or listen to good music and enjoy the casual and relaxed atmosphere. For more info on A Fabulous Market click here.

Be Mindful Here

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#MiMind2016 is a special event dedicated to all things mental health and wellness. Organised by?Aoife Keane, owner of Online Jewellery Boutique ?Covet Mimi?, Mi Mind aims brings together an eclectic mix of speakers and experts for a series of debates and discussions around mental health, and what we can do to help someone who may be battling with depression. Mi Mind,?which takes place on Friday, September 9th, at 6:30 in Opium Rooms, is a free event but registration is essential. Click here to register.

Dance Here

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HANGAR are throwing a party weekender in their popular city centre home at St. Andrews Lane to accommodate those of you not down at Stradbally this weekend. Titled ‘Pablo Discobar’, expect to hear sounds from?Disco, edits, nu-disco, latin and hip hop. Free in before 11:30. For more info click here. Dancing shoes non-optional.

Slam Here

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Sunday Slam takes place tomorrow, September 4th, in the heart of Dublin city (Filmbase at Curved Street, Temple Bar). See poets cleverly and excitingly go head-to-head with one another in an intimate and friendly environment. Cash prizes are awarded for to 5 poets, with a?prize of €50. Each performer is only alocated 3 minutes, and only their voice can be used. Tickets priced at?6.98. For more info click here.

Enjoy Nature Here

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Enjoy seasonal walks through the gorgeous greenery of the Dublin mountains and take in some of the most breathtaking views of our capital. Taking place from. Starting in Barnaslingan Wood, you will head through Carrickgollogan Forest towards the old disused lead mine chimney. This free event takes roughly 2 hours (11am-1pm), and groups gather in D?n Laoghaire before departing. For more info click here.

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