Events to drop into, from guided tours to origami

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Earth Week guided walk in the Bur­ren A guided walk along the coast of Fanore will ex­plore the an­cient and more re­cent af­fects of cli­mate change on the Bur­ren land­scape, Fanore car park, Sun 10am adm free

Open House Dublin

The Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Foun­da­tion of­fers the pub­lic a rare chance to look inside many oth­er­wise closed cul­tural in­sti­tu­tions and pri­vate houses for free, Fri-Sun var­i­ous times ar­chi­tec­ture­foun­da­tion.ie

Open House: Eco-Ar­chi­tec­tural Tours of Air­field

Ar­chi­tects, Mike Haslam and Eu­nan McLough­lin will lead once off tours of the newly de­signed gar­dens (above) and build­ings at Air­field, Dun­drum Sat 11am, noon, 1pm & 2.00pm Adm free with ad­vanced book­ing through Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­ture Foun­da­tion www.ar­chi­tec­ture­foun­da­tion.ie

Open House Dublin Walk­ing Tours

City en­gi­neer Michael Phillips gives a tour of Dublin bridges; ar­chi­tect James Pike gives a tour of Grand Canal Dock with views of the South Docks not nor­mally ac­ces­si­ble to the pub­lic; Ur­ban plan­ner, Stephen Coyne tours Dublin’s In­dus­trial Ar­chi­tec­tural Her­itage through the Lib­er­ties and Guin­ness’ Brew­ery and Marc Ritchie and Ni­cola Matthews visit the an­cient es­tate of Aungier St. start­ing points and times on open­house­dublin.com

Read­ers Day at the Red Line Book Fes­ti­val

A chance to lis­ten and con­verse with writ­ers in­clud­ing Paul Lynch, Xiaolu Guo, Muala Ni Chonchuir, Der­mot Bol­ger, Mary O’Don­nell and Donal Ryan, Civic The­atre, Tal­laght Sat 10.30am-1pm and/or 2.30pm-4.30pm 18/16 red­line­book­fes­ti­val.com

Origami Work­shops

Chil­dren and adults can learn the an­cient Ja­panese art of pa­per fold­ing at this work­shop for all ages. Town Hall Stu­dio, Gal­way Sun 11am & 2pm 112 per cou­ple 091-569777 baboro.ie

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