Wondering what to do this weekend? Look no further. We’ve collected details of the top 5 things to do this weekend across the island.
- Conamara Sea Week - Galway
The Conamara Sea Week, now in its 32nd year, is a multi-disciplinary festival, celebrating the wonderful marine heritage of Conamara. Highlights include music workshops, art exhibitions, concerts, talks, walks, children's activities, sports events, lots of great music and buckets of fun for all the family. It takes place in Letterfack and starts this Sunday October 23rd. You can find out more here.
- Hell & Back’s Halloween Special - Meath
HELL & BACK @ Night will take place in the stunning Tattersalls Country House, Rathoath. While the course itself is relatively flat, the darkness now becomes your greatest challenge. With only a head torch to illuminate your path, and 5km of natural and man-made obstacles to negotiate your way over, under, around and through, the award-winning course designers will make sure your HELL & BACK @ Night adventure is a genuine early Halloween nightmare! More info here.
- Back to Our Past Heritage Event - Dublin
With fifty exhibitors at the Ballsbridge event from genealogy services, libraries and the like, visitors will be able to meet with experts on ancestry and heritage and attend talks on genealogy and DNA. Back to Our Past is perfect for anyone who is inquisitive about their personal and family history, and especially for those who might be looking for some help in their quest to find out more about their Irish roots. Read more here.
- Ireland: A Survivor's Guide – Dublin
How do you survive Ireland? High Rock Productions have thoroughly researched what you need in order to survive in Ireland and they’ve even made a comedy show about it. Expect a whirlwind of wit during this very funny show which will cast light on the most hilarious Irish idiosyncrasies. Read more about it here.
- Commercial Cattle Society’s Winter Fair – Roscommon
The Winter Fair will take place this Sunday and Monday, October 23rd and 24th, at Roscommon Co-Operative Livestock Mart, County Roscommon. The two-day fair is an annual beef showcase, and has been firmly established as one of the major livestock events ‘for not only Irish beef producers, but many from overseas too’, according to the Commercial Cattle Exhibitors Society website.