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IDA SouthWest Region Jun 16
A big thank you 🙏 to all the organisations & individuals who helped to showcase to a delegation of US companies this week. We are so appreciative to everyone (to long to list) who without hesitation, always support IDA’s effort to promote Cork👍
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Cork Harbour Festival & Ocean to City Jun 13
And this how we mark the end of the festival! No big corporate party just a big thank you community for all their hard work and a BBQ on the river
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📢Cork City Council Vacancies Job opportunities exist for the following roles with Cork Foyer: 👨‍💻Administrator 👩‍💼Casual Relief Support Worker 📝Part-Time Life Skills & Talents Coach ℹ️For further details & forms please visit: 🗓️Closing date: 28 June
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Old Cork WaterWorks 16h
Cork Carnival of Science is a two day spectacular event and is FREE to attend thanks to the support of For more info and to check out the fantastic line up, check out
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Creative Ireland Jun 15
A huge, heartfelt thank you to the amazing Culture & Creativity teams in the 31 Local Authorities who made today's Cruinniú na nÓg such a success 👏 And to every child and young person who unleashed their inner creative: THANK YOU! ✨🎉
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Tony Power Jun 15
Lord Mayor Cllr John Sheehan, Lady Mayoress, Vice Consul Polish Embassy and My Cork Polish Organisation at festival City Hall.
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corkcityrecreation Jun 15
Delighted to see Junior parkrun at Ballincollig with some set up grant aid!
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Crawford Art Gallery Jun 15
It’s Cruinniú na nÓg, the national day of creativity for children and young people! Come along for Storytelling with Ravnita Joyce (12pm) and Drawing with Julie Forrester (2pm-3.30pm) in our vibrant Sculpture Galleries. Free | All welcome! 💙
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Cork City Arts Jun 15
Wonderful to see young children mesmorised by the beautiful performance this morning for Cruinniu na nÓg
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Cork City Arts Jun 15
Pop into in Blackpool to see their giant elephant which is being decorated this morning as part of Cruinniú na nÓg
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Cork City Arts Jun 15
Its all about creativity in young people today. We love the chalk art being created in Ballincollig Regional Park
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Richard Jacob Jun 14
That’s it... That’s the shot of Cork, I was looking to get all these years.. Good morning, from a small City on the second largest natural harbour in the world...
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Cork Healthy Cities Jun 15
Criunniú na nÓg at Ballincollig Regional Park - lots of creativity
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Elizabeth Fort Cork Jun 15
We have a very busy day today at Elizabeth Fort for Cruinniú na nÓg; FREE guided tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, and puppet shows by Dominic Moore at 2:30 and 4pm
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CorkCityPPN Jun 15
Let the fun begin at Cruinniú na nÓg today, celebrating youth creativity. There's a massive line up all over the city
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Cork City Libraries Jun 15
Bloomsday 2019 - A 1935 edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses is on display in the Reference Department of . It is one of only 250 worldwide, signed by both James Joyce and Henri Matisse. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 am– 5.30 pm
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Cork City Council Jun 15
Have you got what it takes to LIE ON A BED OF NAILS?!?! Try it out at the EXPLORIUM which will be live for 2 days at Fitzgerald Park in Cork on 22 and 23 June for the first magical ➡️For more:
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Cork City Arts Jun 14
Heads, shoulders, knees and toes….are you singing it? Well tomorrow children can be drawing it! They can draw amongst the gods and goddesses in the sculpture gallery of at this free Cruinniú na nÓg event.
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Embassy of the Netherlands in Ireland Jun 14
The final day of the has started! Pictured is the arrival at Cork City Hall for a meeting with the Lord Mayor. Later on today, the Royal Couple will visit Cóbh. Afterwards, they will go to Camden Fort Maegher to meet with different volunteer organisations.
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Kieran McCarthy Jun 14
+ because of trade, much of Cork City’s 18thC building architecture is Dutch in its design with high gable style buildings; check out the Dutch slob brick in our old buildings on the South Mall +walk the Mardyke which was originally developed by Dutchman& town clerk Edward Webber
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