South Dublin County Council’s annual Eco Week is taking place from Monday 18th to Friday 22nd April, 2016(inclusive). Eco Week is all about spreading an important message;
“Our Environment, let’s protect it!”
Eco Week events are open to everyone from Community Groups to Schools, Householders to Individuals and businesses. All events are FREE and range from exhibitions, workshops, seminars to storytelling and much more to raise awareness of environmental issues and solutions in a fun and practical way.
Bookings will only be taken from Monday 11th April, 9.00am onwards. A guide to age group suitability, content and booking requirements is given beside each activity. As places are limited, they will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Mayor of South Dublin County, Cllr Sarah Holland, will launch the 12th year of Eco Week in Tallaght Library on Monday 18th April at 11am.
This year South Dublin County Council will be supporting the PURE Project Multimedia Environmental Awareness Exhibition: This exhibition features award winning short environmental animations, environmental music videos, a short film on the community/environmental initiative The PURE Mile, short films on illegal dumping in the Wicklow/Dublin Uplands, and the short documentary PURE WISDOM.
To find out more information on PURE logon to www.pureproject.ie