Thursday 22 February 2018

If you do one thing this week: Go to the dogs

The Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA) Annual Great Irish Dog Walk will take place on Saturday in the DSPCA Campus in Rathfarnham, walks running from 10am to 5pm. The Dog Nature Trail is a 2km enclosed dog walk with views over the Dublin Mountains.


Cycle Against Suicide Wexford SpinOff will take place next Saturday. It is a 60 km leisure cycle starting on Wexford Quay at 11am and travelling around the south of the county, with a half-way break in Kilmore Quay. There will be refreshments and speakers in Kilmore Quay and Wexford.


The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival was launched in September 1954 by Brian Collins, the manager of the Great Southern Hotel (now called Hotel Meyrick). Over 60 years later, it continues to celebrate Galway's rich annual oyster harvest (in season from September to April). Running from Friday to next Sunday.


The Patrick Kavanagh Weekend celebrates the life and work of one of Ireland's most loved poets, and takes place in Inniskeen Village, County Monaghan, from Friday to next Sunday. There will be lectures, talks and discussions, workshops, poetry readings and art exhibitions.


Indian Classical musicians, including Surajit Das, a world renowned sitar maestro, will perform today at Vedas, 19 Lower Georges St, Dun Laoghaire, 2.30pm. According to Indian scripture, playing music neutralises stress, promotes harmony, peace and balance in the life of the listener and in the environment. Tickets €15.

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