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DUBLIN St Anne’s Park Farm­ers Mar­ket

Held in the court­yard of the Red Sta­bles, this pop­u­lar farmer’s mar­ket fea­tures ar­ti­san and or­ganic goods from Ir­ish pro­duc­ers, Sat 10am-5pm, Red Sta­bles Court­yard, St Anne’s Park, Clon­tarf.

Mar­lay Park and Peo­ple’s Park Mar­kets

A great place buy and eat out­doors after a brac­ing walk in the park or by the sea, Sat 10am-4pm/Sun 11am-4pm, Mar­lay Park, Rath­farn­ham, & Sun 11am-4pm Peo­ple’s Park, Dún Laoghaire, dl­r­

Writ­ers Walk in Dalkey

Walk the streets of this charm­ing vil­lage, learn­ing about the work of Maeve Binchy (above), James Joyce, GB Shaw, Hugh Leonard and Flann O’Brien.The walk fin­ishes in the Maeve Binchy Me­mo­rial Gar­den in Dalkey Li­brary, Fri 1.30pm, Dalkey Cas­tle and Her­itage Cen­tre, Dalkey, 18.50. 01-2858366. dalk­ey­cas­

KILKENNY Kilkenny Arts Festival

This feast of mu­sic, theatre and art also in­cludes lit­er­ary events. High­lights this first week­end in­clude a dis­cus­sion about Roger Case­ment by his­to­rian Roy Foster, cu­ra­tor Bar­bara Daw­son and chore­og­ra­pher Fearghus Ó Conchúir with jour­nal­ist and au­thor Fin­tan O’Toole, Sat 3pm 115/113; And a debate about the the un­ex­pected links be­tween the Easter Ris­ing and rev­o­lu­tion­ary Rus­sia with Bar­bara Daw­son, Philip McDon­agh (former Ir­ish Am­bas­sador to Rus­sia) and Fin­tan O’Toole, Sun 4.30pm, The Pa­rade Tower, Kilkenny 114/112 056-7752175, kilken­n­

MEATH Lands of Dowth Walks and Talks

Bring a pic­nic and en­joy this an­cient his­tor­i­cal site with ar­chae­o­log­i­cal tours, Sun 1pm, 2pm & 3pm, Visit Dowth Hall be­fore it is re­stored on guided tours by ar­chi­tec­tural his­to­rian, Kevin Mul­li­gan, Sun 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm, Dowth, adm free but ad­vanced book­ing re­quired on­u­ca­tional-fam­i­ly­day-tick­ets- 26520367132

Path­way to Peace: peace­maker, Padraigh O’Mal­ley speaks about his work

Held as part of the Guth Gafa in­ter­na­tional doc­u­men­tary film festival, Padraic O’Mal­ley speaks to Colm O’Gor­man from Amnesty In­ter­na­tional about his work in con­flict zones around the world, Sun 12.30pm, Head­fort School, guth­

Kill­rud­dery Farmer’s Mar­ket

A pop­u­lar gath­er­ing of ar­ti­san food pro­duc­ers in this atm­so­pheric set­ting, Sat 10am-4pm, Kill­rud­dery Es­tate, South­ern Cross Road, Bray, kill­rud­

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