This week: Wednesday Day Out: Botanic Gardens | Thursday: St Patrick’s Day Pararde | Friday: Night Out: The Globe | Saturday Au Pair Club: Clay Modelling | Sunday Day Trip: Celtic Boyne Valley
Wednesday, 16th March
Visit to the Botanic Gardens
Meet at 2pm at the reception at 5 Talbot Street.
Come and have a nice walk through the planted glasshouses and enjoy the herbaceous borders, the rose garden, the alpine yard, the pond area, the rock garden and much more!
Thursday 17th March
Saint Patrick’s Festival Parade
Meet at 11:40pm in front of the school in Talbot street (Parade starting from Parnell Square at 12:00)
This year, the theme for the traditional Festival Parade is apparently inspired by the imagination of the youth of Ireland as they look to the future … the next 100 years. Ireland’s leading pageant companies have responded artistically and will bring these thoughts and ideas to life with spectacular pageantry and performance. Let’s go and enjoy the show together!
Friday, 18th March
Pub Night: the Globe
Meet at the reception at 8:50pm or there (11, South Great Georges St.) at 9pm
Price: Free in, buy your own drinks
Cool people, good music and lots of fun at the Globe…come along and enjoy your Friday night with us!
Saturday 19th March
Au Pair Club: clay modelling
1pm to 3pm at 5, Talbot Street
Price: Free and open to all au pairs working in Ireland, not just our students!
Let’s have fun with something crafty but also easy and relaxing at the same time: it’s clay modelling this Saturday at the Au Pair Club!
Sunday 20th March
Day Trip: Celtic Boyne Valley
Departure: 08:00am at Molly Malone Statue in Suffolk Street (arrive 10 minutes earlier)
NB: This trip must be booked in advance. Book at the reception before 9pm, Wednesday. (Reception is closed on Thursday for St Patrick’s Day.)
Trip includes a guided tour of Loughcrew Passage Tomb, Trim Castle, Hill of Tara, Monasterboice, Drogheda
Cick here for full tour details