The 9th Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival, with an exciting line up of over 200 events across Limerick City and County, all of which are FREE and open to all, will run from Monday 8th April to Sunday 14th April.
Learning is promoted as fun with events including performances, taster sessions, tours, displays, lectures, walks, demonstrations and workshops. Events take place right across Limerick in a variety of venues, indoors and out, including on water and in libraries, museums, colleges, resource, family and community centres, parks, and on the streets.
Topics presented during festival events are very wide-ranging, anything from digital skills, parenting, children’s activities and family events, business, science, art, history, health, sport and much more!
The Festival is being presented by the Learning Limerick Steering Group, which is representative of all the main stakeholders involved in promoting learning across Limerick.
As part of Lifelong Learning Festival week, on Wednesday 10th April, there will be a Learning Cities Seminar Workshop. Partners in the Irish Learning Cities Network, Cork, Belfast, Dublin and Derry, are invited to share best practice around developing Learning Cities.
The Limerick Community Education Network (LCEN) will also be hosting its Learning Neighbourhoods Showcase event during Festival week.
Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival has something for everyone – wherever you live, whatever your age is and whatever your particular interests may be.