Is it just me or is this September a never-ending month?! Saturday is still September, but Sunday finally marks the beginning of October, which means that it is time to start preparing for Halloween! But before that, let's see what to do at the last (half) weekend of September:
Sculpture in Context in the National Botanic Gardens - 9 Sept - 14 Oct
Alice out of Wonderland at Rathwood - every weekend between 16 Sept and 7 Oct
Circus Vegas in Clontarf - 28 Sept - 8 Oct
Dublin Theatre Festival (various locations) - 28 Sept - 15 Oct
Dublin Festival of History (various locations) - 29 Sept - 14 Oct
Family Fun Day in Kiltalown Park - 30 Sept
Bouncy castles, Face painting, Reptile zoo, Pet farm etc - free family fun in Jobstown!
Bees and Seeds Workshop in Marlay Park - 30 Sept
Join us for DLR county council's Pollinator Plan Day. There will be lots of workshops for parents interested in getting your garden ready to help our bees. At the same time OWLS will be having fun with the kids playing bee games and going on some epic conker hunts. Booking is essential.
Sunday Sketching at Hugh Lane Gallery - 1 Oct
Drop-in Workshop in the National Gallery - 1 Oct
Inspired by the collection and our exhibitions, these workshops are suitable for tiny tots (about 18 months) up to age 8. You can choose to stay for as long or as short a time as works for you. The space will be divided by age group and ability, and each child will be encouraged to create their own work on the week's theme. This week's workshop is inspired by the Joseph Walsh sculpture Magnus Modus.
Little Red Riding Hood in Lambert Puppet Theatre - 1 Oct
The Last Picnic in Mountjoy Park - 1 Oct
- Music by the Dublin Concert Band, Artane Senior Band - and St. James Band.
- A Magic Corner with Sillybilly
- An Inflatable Football Pitch
- Plus much, much more!