Children’s Festival of Sustainable Development Goals

Children’s Festival of Sustainable Development Goals

The Helix, Wednesday 29th May 2019

Children's Festival of Sustainable Development Goals, presented by Donabate Portrane Educate Together National School.

Children from six different schools will be coming together to show all they have learned around making the planet a better place and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The children will do this through displays of drama and dance.


Date:
Wednesday 29th May 2019
Time:
12.30pm
Price:
€3 | €6
Address:
The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Dublin 9, Ireland

Google Map of The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Dublin 9, Ireland

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