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The Kildare Town Medieval Festival is back for the fourth time on August 12th and this year will host lots of visitors favourites along with plenty of new things to see and do for everyone.


Artzone Summer camps are planned and delivered by qualified and experienced art teachers, specialists in their fields of art.


Athy Summer Camp on the 13 - 17 August 2018

Top jockeys and GAA stars from around the country will be lining out for the most unique hurling fixture of the year, Hurling for Cancer Research, on Tuesday August 14 at St Conleths Park, Newbridge, County Kildare.


An afternoon of folk, fairy and ghost stories 


Join us for a guided tour and find out more about this fascinating building, home of the once all-powerful Fitzgerald Family. Week Long Event


Visit Larchill Arcadian Gardens and Ferme Ornee.


Has anything worth speaking about ever happened to me?  And who would listen?


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat


Children are invited to come to Donadea Forest Park and to learn birdwatching with Kildare Birdwatch. 


At Ballynafagh Lake


An Afternoon Pilgrimage to St. Brigid’s Well


Inspect the the wonderful wildlife of Lullybeg


A visit to all the places that are mentioned in the Clongowes section of 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' by James Joyce.


Week Long Event. Just 10km from Newbridge and Kildare and 15km from Naas, this magnificent tower was built in 1859 by Sir Gerald George Aylmer.


Original drawings from the Book of Kildare by Josephine Hardiman
Week Long Event


"Calligraphy Together" - A free workshop for children and their parents. 


Element 15 mount a collaborative & site-specific exhibition, exploring the artists’ response to the house with ceramics, fine art prints & textiles.


View a live display of the native Irish honey bee.


12th century Norman church
See Opening Days and Times below.


Hear about the renovations completed by the Henry family .


A poem is a thing of wonder...


An epic voyage of Shackleton's lifeboat across the roughest oceans on the planet


Visit the Georgian Palace at the Heart of Ireland's Ancient East


Explore the wildlife of the Grand Canal Barrow Line with the Irish Wildlife Trust.


Interpretive re-enactment of a burial ceremony


Come and view the largest display of scientific instruments on public display in Ireland, most of which were manufactured in the Dublin area between 1880 and 1920.


Join IPCC and discover the life-cycle of the endangered Marsh Fritillary Butterfly. 


Summer Festival - Sunday August 19th 2018


Talk about the End of the First World War


Take a guided walking Tour of one of Ireland's oldest towns


This Heritage Week learn a traditional skill at one of our three workshops, Autumn Foraging, Willow Weaving or Genealogy.


Learn about the flora and fauna of Clane as we visit some of its historic sites. 


Talk about the End of the First World War 


The exhibition 'Jesuit chaplains in World War One' will be on display in Naas Library for Heritage Week.


Open to the public


Learn the importance of natural habitats & the world around us.


Come and find out all about the iconic Irish High Cross, what they represent and where they can be found before wandering across the road to visit the real thing in St James' Churchyard.


This Exhibition will explore the impact of the First World War on the Irish Country House, the surrounding estate and its inhabitants. 


Maynooth College, Chaplains & the Anti-Conscription Crisis 


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat


Talk about the End of the First World War


Create vintage postcards inspired by Lady Louisa


This Heritage Week learn a traditional skill at one of our three workshops, Autumn Foraging, Willow Weaving or Genealogy.


St Patrick’s College, Maynooth to host a talk entitled Stories from life and death in Maynooth College Cemetery to mark National Heritage Week 2018


Mae Leonard is a member of Poetry Ireland's Writers


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat


This Exhibition will explore the impact of the First World War on the Irish Country House, the surrounding estate and its inhabitants. 


Talk about the End of the First World War


Talk about the End of the First World War 


An afternoon of folk, fairy and ghost stories 


Learn the importance of natural habitats & the world around us.


This Exhibition will explore the impact of the First World War on the Irish Country House, the surrounding estate and its inhabitants. 


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat 


This Heritage Week learn a traditional skill at one of our three workshops, Autumn Foraging, Willow Weaving or Genealogy.


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat 


The Kingstown to Holyhead mailboat


Celbridge Athletic Club yearly 5k club fundraiser, they need your support, spread the word!

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