13th May 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? How does a party in the park with puppies sound? Or maybe a culture date? Happy weekend from Image!
Go On A Culture Date Here
Culture Date with Dublin 8 is a new neighbourhood initiative taking place for the first time this weekend, Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of May.?The weekend will see a series of special events and activities taking place in the historical and cultural landmarks and highlights include’speciality tours of Kilmainham Gaol, guided tours and family activities in IMMA, a new exhibition launch at Richmond Barracks and the re-opening of Goldenbridge Cemetery. All events are free to the public but some may require ticket booking to secure your place.?Click here to book your tickets and to find more info.
Find Your Favourite Vinyl Here
Escape the rain this weekend and explore for your favourite classic records at the Thomas House Vinyl Market where there will be thousands of records across all genres for sale. Free entry and suitable for all music tastes. 11 am to 6 pm.
Enjoy A Day Out With Your Pooch Here
Pawsitivity in the City with Pedigree takes place today from 12 pm to 5:30 pm in Dublin’s Merrion Square. Pawsitivity In The City is an incentive?to improve the well-being of all pets and their owners by helping them to achieve #PawsitiveLiving.?Meet fellow dog lovers, cuddle with puppies from the ISPCA and chat to experts for advice on all aspects of feed, care, and play – and there’s even a special screening of Lady And The Tramp today! ?For more info click here.
Enjoy Coffee And Kicks Here
Interested in sneaker culture, hearing about latest releases, and seeing rare shoes up close and personal? Coffee And Kicks is Dublin’s?newest online and offline sneaker community open to anyone?with an interest in street culture. drop by Coffee Angel HQ on Trinity Street between 1 pm and 4 pm today to get involved and meet other like-minded sneaker?addicts. You don’t have to be a collector or have the coolest shoes to go: just turn up, grab a coffee and get chatting!
Visit The Makers Market Here
The May Makers Market takes place today at The Bernard Shaw. Take shelter and rummage through old 90s memorabilia, find vintage clobber, and enjoy pints and pizza from The Big Blue Bus. Win-win. 12 pm to 5 pm today, followed by dancing until late. Click here for more info.
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