Is it teething time for your little one?


Why not make the most of the good weather by taking the family along to one or all of these really cools events happening in the next few weeks?


Whether you are looking for free fun or something a little different, you are sure to find an event below that will interest you. 


1. IzzyB’s Away with the Fairies Fun Day

This Sunday, 12th June, as part of their fundraising, they will be hosting a Fairies Fun Day in Strokestown Park House, Co. Roscommon, and there will be bags load of fun for the whole family. Taking place in aid of Light It Up Gold Childhood Cancer Foundation, the event will run from 1pm – 5pm and as well as plenty of fairy fun, the Irish Fairy Door Company will be there until 3pm.


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2. Rí Rá agus Ruaille Buaille

If you are looking for something to do with the kids this weekend, why not head along to Rí Rá agus Ruaille Buaille in Ballyogan's new local Gaelscoil? Gaelscoil Shliabh Rua in Ballogan has just 63 students and they are holding a fundraiser this Saturday, June 11th with plenty of fun and frolics. There will be a toy sale, book stall, bric-o-brac, lucky dip, barbeque, cake stand, bouncy castle, face painting and plenty of games to keep the whole family entertained. 


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3.  Bike Fest

Marking the end of National Bike Week, the event takes place in St. Anne's Park, Clontarf/Raheny, Dublin 3 on Sunday, 19th June. For the last six years, Cycling Ireland’s have hosted a free family festival to promote cycling for all ages, and last year over 5,000 people turned up. 


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4. Wellington Weekender Craft Fair

The Wellington Weekender Craft Fair takes place in Dublin on Saturday, 25th June, and is the perfect event for anyone into pottery, painting, jewellery-making, knitting and even photography. 


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