Is it teething time for your little one?

This Father’s Day, why not take the kids and your other half to one of these fab events taking place on Sunday, 21st June! Alternatively, why not send your children and their dad off to spend quality time together while you put your feet up!

 

1. Cork Summer Show 2015

This year, Ireland’s longest running agri-show, the Cork Summer Show, will showcase the evolution of our agricultural heritage with an incredible line up of entertainment on Saturday, 20th and Sunday, 21st June at the Showgrounds in Curraheen, Co. Cork.  

 

For more information, click here.

 

2. Plenty of cycling fun at Lough Boora Discovery Park this Father's Day

Taking place on Sunday, 21st June from 12 noon until 4pm, Bord na Móna is inviting families to join them for a huge range of fun-filled activities while exploring the spectacular cycle trails Lough Boora is renowned for.

 

For more information, click here.

 

3. Back to the Future is one of 15 free films being shown at the IFI

If you can’t make it out on the Sunday, the IFI have an Open Day on Saturday, 20th June.

 

The Irish Film Institute (IFI) will once again be hosting an open day on Saturday, 20th June 2015 with 15 free films including Back to the Future, Jaws and Monty Python’s Life Of Brian being shown. There are also three sneak peek previews as well as behind-the-scenes tours, membership discounts and children’s workshops. 

 

For more information, click here.

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