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Presented by Celbridge Historical Society

A collection of unique individual pieces By Anne Marie Ryan.

An exhibition of Oils & Watercolours.

St. Brigid's Festival is a week long series of events running up to Brigid's Day on the first day of February.

A guided walk with poetry readings, celebrating the work of Dennis O' Driscoll, in the company of Martina Clancy, Eibhlin Ni Chearbhaill and friends. No booking required, all welcome


Sunday Book Club: in Bradburys, Athy, on the first Sunday of the month at 11.00 am.

Fire Safety Talk with Chanel Ryan, Senior assistant Chief Fire Officer

Sewing Group Meet each Monday at 10:30 - 12:30 in the Athy Community Library

First Tuesday of the month at 6.30pm in the Library.

An Feasta Liteartha: le hEilis Ni Dhuibhne, Urscealai, is Colm Breathnach, File at Brady's Clockhouse, Maynooth. No booking required, all welcome


A midweek flat fixture at Naas Racecourse.

Knitting Club Meet each Thursday 10.30am - 12.30pm

All events are FREE of charge, but are ticketed, so booking is essential. 


The KRF Book Brunch with Claudia Carroll, in Conversation with Margaret Madden


The Moat Club Presents Last of the Red Hot Lovers By Neil Simon Directed by Siobhan Duggan assisted by Conor O'Connell

A Public Lecture with Martin Dyar


Traditionally known at the Birdcatcher race day at Naas Racecourse.

Water Framework Directive - Draft River Basin Management Plan - Information Day
Engagement and Feedback on the "Recommended Priority Water Bodies for Action" and the Public Consultations meetings

Spooktacular Storytime Wednesday 18th October at 11.00am

Top class National Hunt racing

Compulsive Irish over-thinker Eleanor Tiernan is back with a brand-new stand-up show.

Halloween Arts &Crafts Friday 20th October at 3.30pm- 4.30pm

'Invisible Stories- An Investigation of Landscape' will take place in the village of Allenwood, Co. Kildare from 20th - 22nd October 2017, with the aim of considering notions of place, landscape and identity through folklore and local history.

John B. Keane Adapted for the stage by Jon Kenny, Mary McEvoy and Michael Scott Friday 20th October 8pm. Saturday 21st October 2pm - 8pm

Saoirse and her band will be performing songs from her acoustic EP ''Carousel'' and her upcoming debut album.

Suitable for all ages - Family Friendly Entertainment

David Hull Promotions Presents - Barbara Dickson

Parenting Toddlers Talk taking place in Celbridge Library


Adapted by Ger Ronan from the best selling book written by Kathleen Doyle

Celebrating Polar Exploration in Athy

The hit comedy, directed by Caroline FitzGerald comes to The Moat for one night only on Saturday 28th October.

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