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14 September 2020: To mark Culture Night going online this year (Friday 18 September), The Hunt Museum, Limerick, is inviting people to unleash their inner creativity and create a GIF from a Hunt Museum object or image.

SIXT Ireland, one of Europe’s leading car-hire companies, now in Ireland for over nine years, has been looking at innovative ways to offer car-hire, with the downturn in inbound tourism business for 2020, due to the Covid-19 crisis.

The Hunt Museum has developed a series of educational costume design workshops, lectures and downloadable content for families, students and individuals to complement its current exhibition ‘Best Costume Goes To...’ including a Masterclass with award-winning costume designer Joan Bergin.

Tune in to Dublin South FM 93.9FM this morning! Community Connection for August will be broadcast at 11am Friday 14th August , with a repeat at 4pm on Saturday 15th August, 2020.

3 July 2020: The stage is set and the red carpet has been rolled out as The Hunt Museum opens its doors and welcomes the public back after 16 weeks of closure with the news that ‘Best Costume Goes To... is staying until 14 November. To mark the re-opening, two new costumes have been added to the exhibit; a dress worn by Meryl Streep playing the character Kate Mundy in Dancing at Lughnasa and an outfit worn by Angela Lansbury in the 2017 TV Series Little Women.

Coolakay House and Heritage Centre reopens today 7th July inviting visitors to come and experience summertime on the farm, located beside the iconic Wicklow Way walking trail and Powerscourt Waterfall.

As many of Ireland’s businesses prepare to open their doors again after almost 3 months in lockdown, DLR Chamber asks that they remember local suppliers and service providers during this challenging time.  While we all adjust to a new normal, the Chamber suggests that local businesses should support each other wherever possible. Whether tendering for a new project, revamping your company’s website or simply restocking the shelves, they ask that you think local first and support business in your area.

“ Saturday 6th June, 2020 - The Official Guinness World Records title attempted - Worlds Largest Virtual Dip - Most photos of people in water uploaded to Facebook in one hour- we made it – with entrants from all over Ireland. And we have already raised over €85,000 – money still pouring in” – said Dee Featherstone, organiser!

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