Events to drop in on, from mar­kets to art classes

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

DUBLIN

Paint Night at Mart­carde Un­leash your in­ner Pi­casso and you can even take your master­piece home af­ter­wards at this art class, Thurs 7.30pm

130 Mart­cade, 46 Rath­mines Road Lwr, 087-9912163 or paint­night­dublin@gmail.com

Dublin Food Coop Mar­kets With a dif­fer­ent theme each week, th­ese mar­kets of­fer whole­food and house­hold prod­ucts as well as other spe­cial­i­ti­ies, Sun 11am-5pm 12 New­mar­ket, Dublin 8 dublin­food­coop.ie 01-4544258

The Ha’Penny Flea Mar­ket Ev­ery Satur­day, the eclec­tic stalls are set out for browsers and buy­ers alike, Choose vin­tage cloth­ing, vinyl records, retro fur­ni­ture, crafts, bric abrac, jew­ellery, books, etc The Grand So­cial, Lower Lif­fey St (just North of the Ha’penny Bridge) Sat noon-6pm the­grand­so­cial.ie

Pals - The Ir­ish at Gal­lipoli Dis­cover the un­told Ir­ish ex­pe­ri­ences of World War One in this his­tor­i­cal drama from Anu Pro­duc­tions, Na­tional Mu­seum of Ire­land: Dec­o­ra­tive Arts and His­tory, Collins Bar­racks, Wed-Sat, 11am, noon, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm; Sun 2pm-3pm & 4pm Un­til April 30

15 pals-theirishat­gal­lipoli.com

With Love… x An ex­hi­bi­tion of love let­ters from the Air­field ar­chive (now housed in Castle­town House as part of the NUI Maynooth ar­chive) com­bined with a fo­cus on the sym­bol­ism of flow­ers, Air­field, Dun­drum Un­til March 8, Mon-Sun 110 adults/ 15 chil­dren air­field.ie

GAL­WAY

Wild­screen in Con­nemara A se­ries of in­ter­na­tional films ex­plor­ing wilder­ness themes,a dis­cus­sion panel chaired by film-maker Kather­ine Waugh and the launch of a com­mis­sioned pub­li­ca­tion by Wild-screen cre­ators Quigley and Man­i­fold, Sat/Sun Inagh Val­ley Hatch­ery, Cloonacar­ton, Re­cess, Con­nemara wild­screenire­land.com

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