Top Things To Do This Weekend (22 – 24 Jan)

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Another working week has passed and the time to unwind has finally arrived. With everything happening in our world right now, many of us are exhausted, both mentally and physically. Finding a way to de-stress, relax and unwind is essential so we have put together a list of activities that you can enjoy over the course of this weekend.


1. Give Yourself an At-Home Facial

‘Fresh’ is a free virtual workshop run by John Lewis during which, Head of Education at Fresh, Caglar Odabasi and celebrity aesthetician Candace Marino, will show you how to give your skin a spa-like facial experience that you can follow along with at home. Both experts will share their insider tips and tricks on how to maximise your daily skincare routine. The workshop takes place Sun 24 at 4pm.


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2. Treat Yourself to a Tipple from Woodberrys Wines

Woodberrys Wines is an independent wine shop and importer in Galway. Offering an online shop, free local delivery and “contactless cases”, they have made it easier than ever to have your favourite wine delivered straight to your door.


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3. Attend a Bobbi Brown Makeup Basic Masterclass

‘How To Look Less Tired With Bobbi Brown Cosmetics And Lauren McDermott’. From prepping the skin to the finishing touches, Lauren will show you the basics and guide you in how to embrace your natural beauty with a gorgeous Bobbi Brown look. Say goodbye to blemishes and dark circles! Class takes place Sun 24, 10am.


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4. Try Personalising Your Own Clothes

During our extended time at home, many of us are decluttering, reorganising and upcycling. A great way to restyle and make your clothing unique to you is through embroidering. The simplest of stitches can add a quirky and distinctive look to your outfit as a creative way of expressing your individuality.


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5. Learn How to Research Your Family History

This webinar, led by Audrey Collins; family history records specialist, will give instructions on how best to start researching your family history. You’ll learn everything you need to get started in the space of just half an hour. Webinar takes place 10am, Sat 23.


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