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Bur­ren Win­ter­age Week­end A cel­e­bra­tion of sus­tain­able farm­ing. Herds­man’s Walks on Satur­day :‘ Con­ver­sa­tions with the Land­scape’ led by Pa­trick McCor­mack or ‘Farm­ing, Folk­lore and Famine Vil­lages’ led by PJ O’Dono­hue bur­ren­win­ter­age­week­end2016.eventbrite.ie or 091 638096

DUBLIN

Se­bas­tian Barry in con­ver­sa­tion with Joseph O’Con­nor These two Ir­ish nov­el­ists dis­cuss Barry’s new novel, among other things, Tues 8pm, Pavil­ion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire 112/110 01-2312929 pavil­ionthe­atre.ie Sto­ries of Ire­land in Art at the Na­tional Gallery Pa­rades, Rit­u­als and Mon­ster Meet­ings in Ir­ish Art (1800-1850) are the fo­cus of this pre­sen­ta­tion by Dr Mary-Jane Boland from Univer­sity Col­lege Cork, Thurs 6.30pm, Na­tional Gallery, Clare St 18.50/15 01-6633505 ngi.ie Coun­try Fair at Dowth Ar­ti­san food mar­kets, cook­ery and bee keep­ing demon­stra­tions, chil­dren’s zone, shop­ping ga­lore and point-to-point rac­ing, Sun 11am-5pm Dowth Hall, Dowth 110

WATER­FORD

Imag­ine Arts Fes­ti­val Clos­ing events in­clude “booze, blaas and ban­ter, Jor­dan’s Bar Sat 9am adm free imag­in­earts­fes­ti­val.com

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