We are back with RealTimeScience Sessions for the Festive Season. Our re-imagined hands on sessions will allow kids to follow us as we experiment in real time. RTS sessions will be delivered in a private password protected session Online. We will send out a kit to each child with the material required for the scheduled experiments to your home and your children can follow us experimenting in Real time!!
The market is proud to feature many local producers ranging from Food, Arts and Crafts to Hot Food, Artisan Coffee, Creperie and even Fresh Pizza.
The spectacular 38 metre Panoramic Wheel makes a welcome return to Arthur’s Quay Park.
Newcastle West is a renowned shopping destination with fantastic boutiques, stocking leading designer labels as well as great menswear and speciality shops. Ladies from all over especially those shopping for mother of the bride outfits or those looking for a statement piece travel to Newcastle West as it is a one stop shop for clothes, shoes and accessories.
Rockbarton will host their Annual Boutique Christmas Market on Sunday December 6th 2020 from 11am to 4pm.
The Great Limerick Virtual Challenge will take place from December 24th 2020 - January 1st 2021.
If there was ever a time to treat ourselves at home it's now! Make a night of it with Cosmos on the couch or relish a tasty treat box in front of the telly. So why not grab your housemates, your husband or whoever you may live with and spice up your festive nights in with these takeaway goodies from local businesses.
Combine the quaintness and beauty of a little, picturesque Irish village with exclusive shopping and fabulous finds, and you’ve got Adare.
Set in the quaint village of Corbally, the route will take you through the quiet country roads, crossing the Decourcy bridge with views of Ardnacrusha power station.
Limerick City and County Council and Limerick Chamber have called on the people of Limerick to support home grown businesses by shopping local and early as the Christmas period approaches. As new Covid Level 5 restrictions begin this Thursday just weeks away from the launch of the traditional festive season, Mayor of the City and County of Limerick Cllr Michael Collins said that this year, of all years, we need to think local.
Christmas is a time for glam girly get-togethers, family feasts and social shindigs! While we eagerly await the re-opening of Limerick’s bars, cafés and restaurants you’ll be spoiled for choice with a selection of seasonal bites and cuisine delights prepared by many local businesses especially for you to enjoy at home.