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How? A hugely popular science and technology event returns to Shanganagh Park, Shankill on Sunday May 20th. The event will be a fun and educational day out for all the family centered around science and technology.

How? will have Minecraft workshops running all afternoon on a first come first served basis. The workshops are free to enter and are open to ages 12 and below. Each participant will need a laptop and a copy of Minecraft to take part.

The workshops are free and are open to ages 12 and below.

Family Fun Tip:- All young people at the event under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

How ? will also feature:

The Digital Design and Fabrication Workshop. In this workshop visitors will get a glimpse of how the modern world around them is designed using new and exciting technology.

The Exploration Dome 
A Mobile Planetarium where spectators can explore science, astronomy, geology and geography in a fun and interactive way.

There is a big effort to promote the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). WhizzKids will teach audiences all there is to know about the T in STEM!

Junior Einsteins
An innovative initiative that is passionate about bringing a love of science and learning to primary school aged children.

Minecraft workshops will take place all afternoon on a first come first served basis. The workshops are free to enter and are open to young people aged 12 and below. To take part you will need to bring a Wi-Fi enabled laptop and a copy of Minecraft.

The Big Dig 
Want to get your hands dirty? The School of Irish Archaeology’s Big Dig will focus on teaching students the importance of Irish heritage, culture and identity through archaeology.

Event Information

A great Free event and a great day out is guaranteed for all the family.

Venue:- Shanganagh Park, Shankill

Date:- Sunday May 20th

Time:- 13.00 – 17.00

Admission :- Free Family Event

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has a huge variety of events planned for the year and, as always, the weekly Co Co Markets in Dalkey, the Peoples Park and Marlay Park are a feast of the senses and a shoppers delight. The hugely popular Teddy Bears Picnic will be back in Blackrock Park in July. We can also look forward to the Kingstown special to celebrate the old steam trains, Dads Day Off and a whole host of events for the rest of the year.



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