“Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do,
something to love, and something to hope for.”
– Joseph Addison
We’ll let you decide what to hope for!
Something To Do
For the latest ground-breaking theatre from home and abroad, you need look no further than the Dublin Fringe Festival 2008. There’s over 100 shows to see in this year’s line-up, but the ones we’re most excited about are Channel Changers’ “Storytaker”, Junk Ensemble’s “Drinking Dust”, and You’re Only Massive’s “It’s A Domestic”.
For more info and to book tickets telephone 1850374643 or visit www.fringefest.com
Marianne Williamson, one of the world’s most respected spiritual teachers, will teach you how to align yourself with your life’s highest purpose, finding your own zone of power and passion within the larger context of global healing.
Date: 13th Sep, 08 (Sat)
Time: 10.30am – 4.30 pm
Fee: EUR €125.00
Venue: Davenport Hotel, Merrion Square, Dublin 2
For more info, visit www.seminars.ie
Promoting Irish produce locally, regionally and nationally. Cookery Demos with guest chefs Kevin Dundon and Noel McMeel, Food markets, healthy food for kids, farm walks, community gardens, garden tours, Leitrim breakfast, cooking with seaweed, bread making, raw food, boxty and potato dishes.
Details of organic suppliers, brands, products and events to take place during National Organic Week can be found on the Bord Bia website at www.bordbia.ie To request point of sale material or give details of an organic even you are hosting, contact Orna Ryan by phone on (01) 6142294, email email@example.com or order online at www.bordbia.ie/organicform
As the name suggests, this hotel is nestled into a cliffside giving an amazing view of the ocean in Ardmore, Waterford. Rooms are luxurious, and you can bask in the fresh air and sea spray, take a stroll along the cliff walk, or simply relax and enjoy the wonderful food cooked by their excellent chef.
For more info, check www.cliffhousehotel.com
Tim’s mission in life is to share the spiritual ways of his people in hope that those who participate, their hearts will be deeply touched by the sacred ceremonies which help us to greatly connect to ourselves, nature, Mother Earth and all life forms.
Sli na Bande, Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow.
Donation: €850.00 all inclusive
Contact Margaret Lawlor on 086 8568804 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Something To Love
The Organic Supermarket
Fresh food, as nature intended it.
Ireland’s first 100% organic food and wine supermarket has opened its doors in Main Street Blackrock, County Dublin.
For more info, check out www.organicsupermarket.ie
Vendemia is a small company run by Urs and Helen Tobler which imports and distributes European organic wines in Ireland. These wines are alternatives to industrially produced wines, as more and more people are beginning to realise that not only should you eat healthily, you should also drink healthily!
For more info, and to order a bottle or two, visit www.organicwinesireland.com
Blakes Organic Chocolate have just launched their new Mini Bar of “Goodness on the Run!” This luscious 40gm. Bar, in Milk or Dark Chocolate 71%, is an excellent choice for the kids, a super choice for coeliacs and Dental Surgeons agree that the inclusion of whole cane and raw cane sugars contributes to minimal decay.
To Win a delicious hamper of Blakes Organic chocolate answer the following question.
Q. what % cocoa is in Blakes Extra Dark chocolate.
The Mozart Effect® for Children, by noted author, teacher and musician, Don Campbell is designed to achieve a particular effect, including enhancing intelligence, inspiring creativity or exploring body movement and motion, this series combines up-to-date medical and psychological research in creativity and intelligence to provide a rich listening and learning experience for children.
For more info, log on to www.cosmicsounds.ie