Tots to teens

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ADDING UP: Mun­ster Maths and Sci­ence Fam­ily Fair aims to show­case the ‘fun side’ of STEM sub­jects and how they im­pact on ev­ery­day life. Suit­able for all ages, the fair will take place at Mal­low GAA com­plex, Car­ri­goon, from 11.30am to 4.30pm, this Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 14, and en­try is free. Life­time Lab, Black­rock Cas­tle Ob­ser­va­tory, and the De­fence Forces will be among those pro­vid­ing in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits and demon­stra­tions; mal­

HIGH & MIGHTY: Mother­care’s Teddy’s Toy Box High­chair, €69.99, has been voted best high­chair in the Na­tional Par­ent­ing Prod­uct Awards ( Suit­able from six months or when your baby can sit up un­aided, it has a padded seat, re­mov­able for easy clean­ing. The seat can be re­clined in three po­si­tions and the high­chair has six dif­fer­ent height po­si­tions. It is easy to fold and will stand freely for stor­age af­ter meals; mother­

WEATHER WORN: Give your lit­tle one’s face and hands a lit­tle ex­tra pro­tec­tion on colder days with Weleda Baby Cal­en­dula Weather Pro­tec­tion Cream, €9.99. This rich balm con­tains al­mond oil, lano­lin, and cal­en­dula to pro­vide a bar­rier against the el­e­ments. It’s der­ma­to­log­i­cally proven skin-friendly even on very sen­si­tive skin, so grown-ups can ap­ply some too be­fore head­ing out in chilly weather;

SCARY STUFF: Cuskinny Court in East Cork has been hit by a 200-year old curse, un­leash­ing mischief at Ghoul­s­ley’s Manor. Chil­dren, ages four and up­wards, are in­vited to help break the Curse of The Pur­ple Pump­kin and have some fright­ful Hal­loween fun at this spooky haunted house, on Oc­to­ber 20, or from Oc­to­ber 24 to 31. Af­ter­noon and evening shows are 60 min­utes, €15; ghoul­s­

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