Growing year on year, Mallow Development Partnership is now hosting the ninth annual Munster Maths and Science Family Fair on Sunday 13th October, from 11.30am to 4.30pm in the fantastic Mallow GAA Complex in Carrigoon.
With attendance approaching 5000, this huge S.T.E.M. fair is now well established as a beacon event for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (S.T.E.M.) and an extension of the Mallow Maths & Science Schools Initiative to learn about S.T.E.M. and to create awareness of how it envelops our daily lives.
“Reuse Republic” is a showcase of successful upcyclers, eco-businesses and reuse initiatives brought to you by Cork County Councils Environmental Awareness Team as part of Reuse Month on Thursday 24th October 2019 from 2pm to 7pm.
Now in its third year, the event will give you the opportunity to meet people involved in various reuse themes including furniture, food, clothing, paint etc. As well as the exhibition hall, there will also be a series of talks, demonstrations and a clothing swap shop taking place throughout the event.
Interested in a Career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths)?
Stem South West 2019 Industry led Career Showcase held in partnership with Cork County Council is a great opportunity to see STEM products and systems in action, gain an understanding of STEM careers, and meet with the people who work in STEM on a daily basis.
This event is free and we would love to see students, teachers & parents join us at the Rochestown Park Hotel, Wednesday November 13th from 4 to 9pm.
Cork County Council is this year, once again, putting its support behind Make Way Day, a day of action organised by the Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI), which takes place nationally on Thursday September 26th.
On Saturday 27th July from 3-6pm, the second Youghal Pride will hit Claycastle beach with a wealth of activities and fun to be had! Supported by Cork Pride, this event celebrates the positive self-identity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and genderfluid people of this area. It’s an opportunity for family, friends, and neighbours to show their support for equality and inclusion while having fun in the sun.
Youghal Medieval Festival is 13 years old this year and it celebrate it as ‘Festival of the Year’ (Chambers Ireland, Excellence in Local Government Awards), so it’s really no surprise that the the festival creates the same excitement and anticipation that it held in year 1. This year it was decided to bring forward the multi-award winning event by 2 weeks, giving everybody a chance to have a final hurrah of festive activities before preparation for “back to school“. Also, it increases the likelihood of beautiful sunshine like that of 2018………and …..it is a long weekend. So it is all posit