Get up and Go Entrepreneur Social

    Last night I went along to the Get up and Go entrepreneur social, this is a monthly event held in Sligo. If, like me, you aren’t sure what it’s all about it’s for anyone. If you have a business or are thinking of setting up a business, or if you just want to […]

The Theatre of Memory

The European Reminiscence Network Conference traditionally takes place in London, but because of Brexit has been moved to Dublin.  It’s taken over a year to gather reminiscence experts from 15 different countries, but they are coming to visit Ireland for the first time ever this May. This two-day programme of workshops, exhibitions, presentations, lectures and […]

Bundoran Highlights for 2019

Bundoran is a buzzing, seaside town in Co. Donegal and well worth a visit for people of all ages. Here are some of the event highlights for 2019. St Patrick’s Day parade – March 17th 3:30pm The annual parade attracts well over 400 participants each year as well as up to 10,000 spectators to the […]

Blooming Queens

Today I went along to Blooming Queens at the IT Sligo. I must say it makes a change for me to be a Blooming Queen instead of blooming knackered! As soon as I walked in there were friendly faces and a lovely, relaxed atmosphere – and there was cake! It’s always a good day when […]

Festivals in Ireland 2019

The 2018 version of this was my most popular post of the year so grab a cuppa and enjoy reading about some of the best festivals of 2019.This is the perfect guide for those who might be thinking of coming to Ireland and timing it with one of these. Thanks so much to the Irish […]

Dracula Day in Sligo

You might be surprised to know that there is a Sligo Dracula connection!  Bram Stoker’s mother was born in Sligo town and told a young Bram all about the cholera epidemic which killed so many Sligo people. It’s said that the Dracula novel was inspired by these tales. Yesterday saw the first Sligo Dracula Convention take […]