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What To Do Today: Your IMAGE Guide To The Weekend


by Niamh ODonoghue
26th Aug 2017
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Looking for something to do this weekend? Celebrate summer at the Creative Quarter or take in a movie at Malahide Castle. Happy weekend from Image!


Say Goodbye To Summer Here

n celebration of the Creative Quarter District, DublinTown, and local businesses have come together to showcase the great services provided by the businesses through a free weekend-long festival. Running today August 26th (1pm – 8pm) and tomorrow (12pm – 6pm), the Creative Quarter festival has a jam packed line up of events with on-street cooking demonstrations, fashion shows, comedy, an outdoor movie, and exhibition stands from local businesses, and will take place over locations around the Creative Quarter area including Fade Street and parking bays on Drury Street and South William St. Plus, local bars and restaurants will have special offers all weekend in celebration of the festival. Click here for more info.

Enjoy A Movie On The Lawn Here

Looking for the perfect Saturday afternoon activity with the family? Experience Disney and Pixar’s ‘UP’ today?on the West Lawn at Malahide Castle.?Pack a picnic or pick up some snacks when you arrive, bring your blankets and low folding chairs and sit back and enjoy the show! Food vendors will be on site and available for you to purchase Pizza, BBQ grub, popcorn and soft drinks. The show starts at 2PM, for tickets click here.

Enjoy A Hooley Here

Ukulele Hooley By The Sea in Dun Laoghaire is Ireland’s international ukulele festival. Now in its 8th year, the festival brings with it a?whole weekend of the finest ukulele performers, music, workshops, jamming, open mic, ..not to mention the ubiquitous Uke Bus Busk! Click here to see the full lineup and schedule?for this family-friendly event.

Thrawl Through The Flea Here

The Dublin Flea Market takes place on the?last Sunday of every month at the Dublin Food Co-op, The Green Door Market, and on the square at Newmarket, Dublin 8, and is a?bizarre?bazaar of vintage clothing, bric-a-brac, and what-nots. Taste fresh produce, chat to locals, and search for a bargain! 11AM to 5PM.

Bark In The Park Here

The annual Bark In The Park for the Irish Blue Cross takes place tomorrow in Dublin’s Pheonix Park. Take part in a pet-friendly 3km walk before having fun and games with your pooch afterward (plus meet plenty of new furry friends!). The walk kicks off at 3PM across from the Papal cross. Click here for more info.

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