Looking for something to do this weekend? Celebrate tasty food at the Airfield Festival of Food, celebrate cultural diversity, and help the homeless! Happy weekend from IMAGE.
Enjoy A Festival Of Food Here
The scrumptious??Airfield Estate Festival of Food?in?Dundrum takes place this weekend.?Set over 38 acres, Airfield Estate is an award-winning urban farm, organic food and ornamental gardens, and visitor attraction, just a stone’s throw from the city sprawl. This September, the Airfield Estate Festival of Food promises a weekend packed with fun for all the family.?Delicious food and drinks from over 40 incredible Irish producers, workshops, demonstrations, market stalls, music, and more. Sure why would ye not? Only a 5-minute walk from Balally Luas Stop. ?See?www.airfield.ie?for more details
Feel The Buzz At The Pheonix?Park Honey Show
The 3rd Annual Phoenix Park Honey Show will take place this Sunday, September €10th. This event is free with family activities, lectures, tours and lots of honey and associated products. All welcome to come along and speak to?Phoenix Park?gardeners and representatives from?Biodiversity Ireland?and?Office of Public Works – OPW?at the Phoenix Park Visitors Centre. Bring the kids, it’ll be a buzz!
Join In The Doggie Do Here
The Doggie Do annual supporters day takes place this Sunday, September 10th, in Herbert Park.?he Doggie Do 2017 with Dogs Trust is a celebration of the unique bond we share with our canine friends. It’s a fun afternoon which includes cultural talks with dog-friendly artists & writers, photography demos a dog and human look-alike competition, and the main stage attraction – the annual canine costume competition: ‘The Dog of Dublin?. Our good friend and stylist Darren Kennedy will be MCing the day, so you’re guaranteed?a giggle or two, too! Click here for more info.
Celebrate World Culture At The Blue Fire Fest Here
BlueFire Street Fest returns to Smithfield Square next weekend, September 16th, for a free and family-friendly celebration of Dublin’s cultural diversity. The multidisciplinary music and arts festival, which is celebrating its 5th birthday, promises to transport festival-goers ?Around the World in 80 Steps? with feel-good performances from all corners of the globe. The festival will run from 2 – 8 pm with an exciting program that includes interactive workshops, street performances, live art installations, youth talks, a teen zone, kids area, craft & food markets and more. The lineup is really impressive and definitely worth taking a trip to Smithfield for. Click here for all the information you need.
Do Your Bit For The Homeless
Today, Saturday 9th, members of the public are invited to meet?at Apollo house at 2 pm?before marching to Leinster House. Saoradh Community Support is calling for all groups who support homeless people “in any shape or form” to take part in today’s?March. Large crowds are expected and some roads may be closed, so arrive early if possible. Click here for more information.