Ireland is a great country for you to participate in free events. Whatever your preference, musical, cultural, professional or sports, the country always offers several options for free initiatives for the population and in March it will be no different.
See a list below of just some of the free things worthwhile:
11 March – Saturdays Copper Face Jacks, Dublin
One of Dublin’s most traditional nightclubs offers free entry until 10pm on March 11th. However, you must purchase your ticket in advance on the Event Brite.
For a better experience, please be aware that product prices are not affordable. The house is one of the best options for those who like a full house, lots of music and entertainment.
Therefore, if you want a unique experience to get to know the local people better, this is one of the best options. The bar is located in the Dublin 2 area, at 29 Harcourt St 29 Harcourt Street.
21 March – Architecture Exhibition, Dublin
On the 21st of March, at the Sports Arena from Snugborough Road, hundreds of architects, designers and other professionals in this field participate in the Architecture, Design and Planning Expo.
There will be seminars, lectures, demonstrations of novelties and many other forms of interaction between professionals in the area. Therefore, if you work, or want to work, in the area of design and architecture, this is a great option for you to create your networking and learn about the news and trends in the sector.
Book your tickets here.
22 March- Kerry Active Aging, Kerry
The Munster Technological University (MTU) of Kerry City promotes on March 22 an open day for activities to encourage healthy aging.
Therefore, if you like physical activities and want to plan to reach a healthy old age, you must participate in the event.
25 March – ATU Open Day, Galway
If you want to get to know an Irish university, or perhaps plan your children’s future, then you can join the open day ATU Galway City, Dublin Road e Wellpark Road, Galway
Open Day is aimed at all secondary school students as well as parents, teachers and mature candidates.
Book your place here.
26 March – Charity Ride, Cork
The Scoile Mhuire Araglin Pararents Association runs a cycle through the three counties of Cork Waterford and Tipperary with routes of 20km, 50km and 75km through the challenging terrain of Tipperary. In addition, there will be a special 5 km route for children.
27 March – Activities for Children, Parents and Caregivers, Limerick
Anyone with children between one and a half and three years old cannot miss the event promoted by Mary Immaculate College, with activities and lectures aimed at parents and caregivers of children in this age group.
At the same place and time, on the 30th, the educational institution promotes activities for parents and caregivers of children up to 18 months old. You can reserve yourfree entry here.
28 March – “Italy in the piano four hands”, Dublin
Quality music lovers will be able to witness the performance of the duet Marco Rinaudo and Stefano Visintainer. The piano performance aims to honor the main Italian musicians of the 19th century.
If you are of Italian descent or appreciate this rich culture, then you cannot miss this opportunity. book nowyour input. The presentation, which begins at 6:30 pm, will take place atHuge Lane, located in the central region of the Irish capital, Dublin 1.
29 March – Fitness & Gym session, Limerick
On the 29th, from 10am, the FET faculty in Limerick promotes various physical and gym activities open to the public. You can check the complete list and makeyour reservation here.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to practice physical activities guided by a professional in the area. The initiative will take place inEducation and Training Centerdo Campus de Kilmallock.
These are some examples of free activities that will take place in Ireland during the month of March. To see the complete list,Click here.