Dublin Learning City Festival

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Online, Monday 3rd April - Wednesday 5th April

We are delighted to announce the return of Dublin Learning City Festival 2023. Get ready for a three day long festival from 3rd-5th April 2023.

The festival will feature online and in person events from walking tours, talks, arts & crafts, workshops, exhibitions, music and much, much more. Dublin Learning City Festival has an event for everyone.

About the Festival
Dublin is a member of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities since 2019, this is a collaboration among Dublin City Council and other educational and community stakeholders.

Annually we celebrate Learning with a three days Festival promoting learning for all. Events are FREE to attend and they will include a wide range of in person and online events.

Monday 3rd April - Wednesday 5th April

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