Weekend look ahead: events around Wicklow

Friday 10th November

Murder Mystery Weekend at the Royal Hotel

Runs until 12th November

Where?: the Royal Hotel, Bray.

This Murder Mystery Weekend (theme to be confirmed) includes two nights accommodation for two people, a full Irish breakfast each morning, a buffet dinner Friday evening, themed dinner Saturday evening, complimentary access to the Exclusive Merrill Leisure Club, live entertainment each evening, and murder, mystery, suspense and lots of fun.

Price: from €159 per person on a sharing basis.

For more information go to the Royal Hotel.

 

Saturday 11th November

Wild and Wicklow 2017 at BrookLodge and Macreddin Village

Runs until 12th November

Where?: BrookLodge and Macreddin Village, Aughrim.

The Strawberry Tree has been hosting its unique Wild Foods Dinner for over twenty years. They are delighted to announce that The Sugarloaf’s Annual Wild Foods Dinner will take place in Macreddin Village, which is now Ireland’s largest wild foods dinner.

The package includes: one night bed and breakfast in BrookHall, the Wild Foods Dinner Dissected MasterClass, a pre-reception wild berry cocktail, the Wild and Wicklow annual dinner, wine, and a late check out at 1pm on the day of departure.

Price: from €160 per person

For more information, go to BrookLodge and Macreddin Village.

 

Yarn Storytelling Festival Bray 2017 at the Mermaid Arts Centre

Runs until 19th November

Where?: The Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray.

For more information and to see the brochure, go to the Mermaid Centre.

 

Searching for a Meaningful Faith in Today’s Society

Where?: Luisne Centre for Spirituality, Kilcoole.

Diarmuid O’Murchu offers a series of sessions to help people explore some significant issues together. The greatest benefit will be derived by attending each of the five sessions, though this may not be possible.

When booking, indicate which sessions you can attend.

Price: €20 per session / €80 for all five sessions

For more information, go to Luisne Centre for Spirituality.

 

Aughrim Town and Country Market

Where?: Aughrim.

This weekly event runs from 10am to 2pm and features a wide range of stalls. Produce includes meat, vegetables, cakes, eggs, plants, pottery, knitwear, jam and even tea or coffee. Craftspeople and local growers welcome.

For more information, go to Aughrim Town and Country Market.

 

Farm Market at Killruddery

Where?: Killruddery House and Gardens, Bray.

This weekly event runs from 10am to 4pm, featuring locally sourced produce, crafts and fine foods. Running all year round, this family-friendly event has a variety of hot foods, and seasonal themes promise a lovely atmosphere. Free parking is available.

For more information go to Killruddery Farm Market.

 

Sunday 12th November

Some events above run through Sunday.

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