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Career Zoo, CHQ Building
CAREER Zoo, an innovative jobs fair, will hold their next event on September 29 at CHQ.
Billed as “where the world’s most innovative employers meet Ireland’s smartest talent”, the event will run from 10am until 4:30pm on Saturday for all those on the job hunt.
Those attending are invited to meet leading employers hiring for professional jobs in Ireland in areas such as IT, engineering, finance, biotech, sales and professional services.
There will also be panel discussions with industry leaders in technology, life sciences, finance, sales and professional services. For further information on the event, and its ‘digital badge’ CV system, see Facebook.com/careerzooevents.
The Last Picnic, Mountjoy Square
This event offers free entertainment all day long and is the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon with family and friends and experience the beauty of Mountjoy Square Park.
The Last Picnic promises a host of activities for all ages - live music, children’s entertainment, fencing, rock climbing and historical exhibitions guarantee that no one will be left out.
The family-friendly event will invite young sports enthusiasts to try their hand at basketball, practice their aim at archery and test their skills at football targets.
There will be food on offer, as well as live music from the Dublin Concert Band, St George’s Brass Band and the Artane Senior Band.
TO CELEBRATE this year’s World Vegetarian Day, the Vegetarian Society of Ireland are holding a festival at St Andrew’s Resource centre this Sunday.
The society promise a “bigger and better” event than last year’s and deem it a “must-mark” for your diary if you’re interested in vegetarianism, or just a fun day out.
A number of stalls will be around on the day, focusing on vegetarian and vegan food, animal rights, environmental affairs and more.
Dubary StoryFest, Airfield Estate – Saturday
The first Dubray StoryFest family book festival will take place at Airfield Estate on Saturday 29th September: a unique, fun-filled, creative festival for children aged 0-12 and their families.
Rain or shine, if you like stories, it’s the place to be. This will be a day of interactive author and illustrator events, storytelling and story-writing, doodling, drawing, dancing, music, art and craft, book-inspired yoga, face-painting, dressing up, events as Gaeilge and, for children with ASD or special needs, a relaxed zone.
StoryFest will run from 10am to 5pm, with simultaneous events for different ages and interests taking place in sites across Airfield's urban farm and gardens.
SEPTEMBER 28 (Friday)
Wyvern Lingo @ The Academy, €20
Sick Love + Wynonna Bleach @ Whelan’s Upstairs, free (late show)
Patrick Davis @ Whelan’s Upstairs, €20
Half Waif @ Whelan’s, €13
SEPTEMBER 29 (Saturday)
Cliff Richard @ 3 Arena, €86+
These Charming Men (a tribute to The Smiths) @ Whelan’s, €14
SEPTEMBER 30 (Sunday)
Classic Deep Purple @ The Olympia, €40
Rex Orange County @ Vicar Street, €23
Aslan @ Sandyford House, €22
Brona Keogh @ Whelan’s (Upstairs), €8
The below movies are out in Irish cinemas this weekend:
The Night School
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