Top Things to Do this Weekend (20 – 22 November)

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Check out our top picks of things to do this weekend to help speed up this last stretch of Lockdown 2.0 and stay productive right up to Christmas holidays!

Niamh Casey

1. Set Up a Depop

For those who haven’t heard of Depop, it is an online platform that allows you to sell unwanted clothes. It’s the perfect place for moving on that dress you only wore once or something you bought but never got to wear. Creating an account will really inspire you to clear out your wardrobe space and maybe even earn a bit of money in the process.


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2. Have a DIY Pizza Party

A gourmet food night in the new night out! Dough Bros pizzas in Galway have the answer with their homemade DIY pizza kits. You have the option of buying a premade base or making it from scratch. All that’s left is to add whatever toppings tickle your fancy.


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3. Try Out Some Gardening

It’s super rewarding to grow vegetables or fruit at home so why not attempt to grow something from scratch? Living in an apartment shouldn’t deter you either! Take inspiration from these fresh organic vegetables from Green Earth Organics, which can be delivered straight to your door too!

4. Pop into Ground and Co. to Pick up your ‘Howya Now’ Yellow Mug

The Yellow Mugs company has introduced a new addition to it’s collection, the ‘Howya Now’ mug. The brand is aware that these times are tough for many organisations. Therefore, all the proceeds for this particular mug will be donated to Pieta House, an amazing organisation that helps thousands of people by providing free therapy for people who engage in self-harm or with suicidal ideation. So be sure to show support and pick one up!


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5. Follow a Live Cook Along

Rozanna Purcell, a.k.a Natural Born Feeder, is an Irish cookbook author and bestseller. Join in every Friday at 7pm, where Rozanna does a cook along live session on Instagram. It’s a fun way to make dinner and a great way to spend a Friday evening.

6.Radio Gaga

If you are spending a lot of time at home, listening to the radio is a great way to feel like you are hanging out with a group of friends while listening to some music. There are tons of great stations to tune into, like the local student radio Flirt FM or Galway Bay FM. It’s a great way to pass the time while enjoying a cuppa.


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