Malahide Classic and Vintage Car Show

The grounds of the Grand Hotel Malahide, on Sunday May 22nd, 2022.

The Malahide Classic and Vintage Car Show returns after a two-year hiatus and will take place on the grounds of the Grand Hotel Malahide, on Sunday May 22nd, 2022.

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Pedalpalooza  Sunday 22nd May, 12 – 4pm in Fairview Park
Dublin City Council has notified us of a flagship Bike Week event.
Pedalpalooza is a family friendly event in Fairview Park that aims to celebrate and promote the benefits of cycling, along with fun activities suitable for all ages and abilities.
Activities on the day will include children’s cycle skills course, e-bike and cargo bike demos, children’s storytelling, bike maintenance, music and much more! More details on the programme will be shared on     
For more information and updates on Bike Week events keep an eye on their website and DCC social media channels.

Ayrfield - Rosary at the Grotto Sunday 

The "Rosary at the Grotto" will take place at the Grotto at St. Paul's Church in Ayrfield during the month of May.  St. Paul's  invite you to join with thousands of people in Ireland during the month of May. 

The Rosary will be recited each evening at 8pm beginning on Sunday 1st May and ending with a special devotion on Tuesday 31st May.


Parenting Programme
Parenting adolescents can be a challenging time for many families. Dublin City Council Prevention Education Team are planning to deliver a programme that can help parents develop warm relationships with their teenagers which can help reduce conflict and support teenagers to grow up as well-adjusted and happy adults. Exact day and time have to be confirmed but it will be after Easter.
Interested parents please note. For further information click here

Bike Week 2022

Bike Week is a week dedicated to celebrating and promoting cycling. This year Bike Week takes place from 14th - 22nd May. Dublin City Council, with funding from the National Transport Authority, have announced  a community group grant scheme for groups that would like to organise events to celebrate cycling during Bike Week.

Applications are open until Thursday 28th April. Funding will be allocated on a rolling basis, so early applications are encouraged.  

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Farmleigh Gallery, Phoenix Park, Exhibition

The Farmleigh Gallery in the Phoenix Park is well worth visiting, if only to see the current exhibition of paintings by a collection of Irish artists whose work is surprising in its quality and variety. Do not be misled when you click on the link below and see a painting of a thatched cottage. This is not an exhibition of landscapes but is much wider in its scope. The exhibition is neither too small nor too big and thanks to the organisers brings together a unique collection of paintings that have never before been exhibited together. There is also on sale at the exhibition a book containing reproductions of many of the works on view together with a very informing commentary on the artists’ lives and times. (by Karen Reihill, it is titled “Daniel O’Neill Romanticism and Friendships”). Both the exhibition and the book are strongly recommended,

The exhibition is free and ends on 6th June 2022

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Bord Bia Bloom-June 2nd-6th in the Phoenix Park.

Bord Bia Bloom takes place over five days on the June Bank Holiday weekend, running from 9am to 6pm daily. Bloom, which celebrates its sixteenth birthday in 2022, has been deemed one of the nations’ favourite summer/garden events and takes place across 70 acres in the Phoenix Park. This spectacular gardening event is a great coming together for garden designers, flower growers, landscapers, plantaholics, garden-furniture makers, food fanatics and anyone who loves to garden.

McAuley Park walking programme

This is a social walking programme open to all fitness levels and abilities. No experience needed - you just join in and go at your own pace.

Meeting Point: McAuley Park Artane at 10:00am

in front of The Artane Coolock Family Resource Centre