Free Events for Kids at Cruinniu na nÓg

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Cruinniu na nÓg is moving online for 2020. There will be hundreds of free events and activities for children and families to enjoy on 13th June 2020. They will help children and young people to celebrate and encourage them to participate in culture and creativity. Here’s a selection of what’s on with Free Events Online for Kids at Cruinniu na nÓg 2020:

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Although June 13th is the official day for Cruinniu na nÓg 2020, check out the Creative Ireland website for activities to do in the lead up to and beyond the day.


Free Online Events for Cruinniú na nÓg 2020

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From a rap challenge to martial arts & online creative workshops, there are tons of free events for kids and teens around Ireland to celebrate this special day. Here are some of the highlights for Cruinniu na nÓg 2020:

  • Create a Video Game App – If you could click your fingers and create a video game app, what would it be? A racing game or a coin collector? A target game or a platform? The choice is endless and it’s time for you to decide. Whizz Kids Training, via their Digital Skills Virtual Classroom, will help bring young people into the world of software design in 4 easy tutorials.
  • Let’s Go Fly a Kite –Young people and their families are asked to make and fly a kite for Cruinniú, in their county colours. On Saturday 13th June, in partnership with the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland, let your kite leave your hand and watch it majestically rise into the air.
  • Céilí in the Kitchen – Why not have a Céilí in your kitchen for Cruinniú? Airc Damhsa, will guide you through the Irish tradition of these communal social events that traditionally take place in houses and parish halls. Energetic fun guaranteed!
  • Become a Story Keeper – Fighting Words and Great Lighthouses of Ireland are inviting young writers between the ages of 7 and 12 years to become Story Keepers. Create a story inspired by lighthouses and share it on June 13th.

Find all the events near you on the Creative Ireland website.

Have your say! Will you be joining in any of the events planned for Cruinniu na nÓg? Tell us in the comments below. 

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