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A Festival 'Connecting Food, Nature And Sustainability' Is Taking Place In Dublin This Weekend

By James Fenton

September 19, 2019 at 4:35pm

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Sustainable living is something that has piqued the public interest in recent times and no matter how many tips you've acquired, there's always plenty more to learn.

That's why you should get yourself over to St. Anne's Park in Raheny this Saturday. The Red Stables Festival prides itself on connecting 'food, nature and sustainability' and is a joint inititiave of Olive's Room, which is located in the park, and Dublin City Council.

Throughout the day, visitors will be treated to a number of demonstrations and talks, chief among them two sustainable cooking demos with TV chef Rachel Allen.

There will also be a chance to listen to a panel discussion with climate change experts, enjoy some visual arts, and there will be plenty to keep the little ones happy including a farm tour and art activities.

It all has the makings of a memorable and educational day out. More information on the Red Stables Festival can be found here.

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