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Siúlóid bithéagsúlachta / Biodiversity walk in the gardens of An Díseart, Dingle

Siúlóid bithéagsúlachta / Biodiversity walk in the gardens of An Díseart, Dingle

An Díseart

Bunaíodh An Díseart, institiúid chultúir agus spioradáltachta i 1996, i Daingean Uí Chúis i gcroílár Chorca Dhuibhne agus a Ghaeltachta. Mar aidhm aige tá taighdeadh, teagasc, cleachtadh agus cothú na Spioradáltachta agus na Saíochta Gaelaí agus Ceiltí, ag cur na diagachta, na teangan, an bhéaloidis, na litríochta ársa agus nua-aimsire, an cheoil, an dlí, na seandálaíochta agus na staire san áireamh. Is cuid lárnach dár dtionscadal na gairdíní.

Táimíd ana-bhuíoch do Tobar Dhuibhne as a dtacaíocht.

Díseart Institute of Irish Spirituality and Culture was founded in 1996 in Dingle in the heart of Corca Dhuibhne – the Dingle Peninsula Gaeltacht, and strives to promote research, courses and cultural activities in all areas of Irish Spirituality and Celtic Culture including theology, language, literature, art, laws, folklore, values, spirituality, history, music, archaeology and customs. Our gardens compliment the other work of An Díseart.

We are grateful to Tobar Dhuibhne, the West Kerry Language Plan, for support for this Heritage Week Project.

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Event Details

  • Dáta: 16/08/2021 ag 2.30-3.30 i.n.
  • Siúlóid thar timpeall Gháirdín an Díseart le Niamh Ní Dhúill, ó Natural Wild Gardens, ag bualieadh le plandaí dúchasach agus úsáideach, dúinne and dos na feithidí agus na n-éan. Feicfidhmuid conas spás a dhéanamh in ár gháirdín féin don nádúr agus an bithéagsúlacht. Tá fáilte roimh páistí, in éineacht lena tuismitheoirí. A nature walk in the garden, mainly in Irish, with Niamh Ní Dhúill from Natural Wild Gardens, exploring some habitats and getting to know some of the useful plants growing there, for us and for the insects and birds. Learn how to make some space and homes in our gardens for these creatures that are so important for the work they do in helping us to have a healthy environment. Child friendly, with some practical activities which can be done back at home and school gardens too. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Places limited so book early.

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