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Ireland 50 Cent Coin, back when we had our own money, before the Euro ruined everything - typical of European encroachment on Ireland!

Ireland 50 Cent Coin, back when we had our own money, before the Euro ruined everything - typical of European encroachment on Ireland!

Laois, Ireland is the place for me!!

Laois, Ireland is the place for me!!

‘Rock of Dunamase, Co. Laois, Ireland’. Photo by Paddy Brennan

‘Rock of Dunamase, Co. Laois, Ireland’. Photo by Paddy Brennan

A Very Nice Elderly Gentleman, Stradbally, Co Laois, Ireland 2010 | Flickr

A Very Nice Elderly Gentleman, Stradbally, Co Laois, Ireland 2010 | Flickr

International Pan Celtic Festival 2013, Tuesday 2nd - Sunday 7th April 2013, Carlow, Co. Carlow:  The festival celebrates the Celtic cultures of Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man through music, song , dance and language. The streets of Carlow will come alive with music, dance, parades and Celtic street entertainment. Other highlights include 'A Celtic Taste of Carlow' food and craft fair, The Pan Celtic Trad Trail and the Pan Celtic International Song Contest.

International Pan Celtic Festival 2013, Tuesday 2nd - Sunday 7th April 2013, Carlow, Co. Carlow: The festival celebrates the Celtic cultures of Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man through music, song , dance and language. The streets of Carlow will come alive with music, dance, parades and Celtic street entertainment. Other highlights include 'A Celtic Taste of Carlow' food and craft fair, The Pan Celtic Trad Trail and the Pan Celtic International Song Contest.

Cheers! Fans get into the groove at the Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co Laois. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Cheers! Fans get into the groove at the Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co Laois. Photograph: Dave Meehan

MOBY DICK FESTIVAL, 31st May - 2nd June 2013, YOUGHAL, Co. CORK, IRELAND:   Celebrating Youghal’s links with Moby Dick, the weekend events will bring book-clubs, authors, readers & their families to the seaside town of Youghal, where Melville’s Moby Dick Novel was committed to film.  Other events confirmed for families include street music, a monster teddy bears picnic, storytelling, treasure hunts, open air markets, cartoon making for kids and a sea creatures parade.

MOBY DICK FESTIVAL, 31st May - 2nd June 2013, YOUGHAL, Co. CORK, IRELAND: Celebrating Youghal’s links with Moby Dick, the weekend events will bring book-clubs, authors, readers & their families to the seaside town of Youghal, where Melville’s Moby Dick Novel was committed to film. Other events confirmed for families include street music, a monster teddy bears picnic, storytelling, treasure hunts, open air markets, cartoon making for kids and a sea creatures parade.

Wild Flower Meadow on a side plate. Nicholas Mosse Pottery.

Wild Flower Meadow on a side plate. Nicholas Mosse Pottery.

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