Events to drop in to, from mar­kets to ex­hi­bi­tions

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­


Black­rock Mar­ket

Dublin’s old­est mar­kets prom­ises at­mo­spheric pur­chas­ing, Sat/Sun 11am-5.30pm Black­rock black­rock­mar­

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 the­grand­so­

The Peo­ple’s Park Mar­ket

Stroll by the sea and then have lunch in the park, cour­tesy of this popular out­door craft and food mar­ket, The Peo­ple’s Park, Dun Laoghaire, Sun 11am-4pm

Home Turf: Com­mu­ni­ties in Ur­ban Spa­ces

As part of the Home/Sick ex­hi­bi­tion, this talk asks how we can im­prove ur­ban living by bet­ter un­der­stand­ing at ur­ban cul­ture, Science Gallery, Pearse St, Wed 6pm adm free dublin.sci­ence­

Public Tours of Yeats Ex­hi­bi­tion at the Na­tional Li­brary

Weekly guided tours through The Life and Works of Wil­liam But­ler Yeats, Thurs 2pm, Na­tional Li­brary (above), Kil­dare St


Bio­di­ver­sity Walk

The direc­tor of tree char­ity, Crann, Diar­muid McAree will fo­cus on ecol­ogy and tree iden­ti­fi­ca­tion on this guided for­est walk, Sat 2pm Belvedere House Gar­dens & Park , Mullingar

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