Are you looking for something to do next month? Wonder what is happening across the country?
Check out our top ten suggestions of things to do all over Northern Ireland.
Natural Connections ' Celebrating Imbolc, Slieve Gullion Forest Park, February 2, 9am-12.30pm'This immersive experience celebrates Imbolc, the first sacred date in the Celtic calendar marking the emergence of Spring and new life. This is an opportunity for you to rest, reconnect and deepen your mindfulness practice within the nurturing environment of Slieve Gullion forest. Meditation Coach and Shinrin Yoku Practitioner, Ann Ward will gently introduce you to 'forest bathing' which is the art of connecting with nature through your senses. She will use a number of creative techniques including a tea ceremony with foraged and mulled, Elderberry syrup, to support a holistic spring clean. For further information log onto www.xhale.biz.
The Bohemian Bazaar - Holistic Lifestyle & Artisan Craft Fair, Belfast Castle, February 3, 12noon-5pm'Back by popular demand, the Bohemian Bazaar is an event for free spirits which brings a modern approach to a holistic lifestyle together with a contemporary marketplace of artisan crafts. Around 50 exhibitors will be offering an inspirational range of services and products covering health and beauty, holistic and spiritual, food and drink, fashion and accessories, home and garden, as well as hobbies and play, rest and relaxation. While the holistic areas of the event will offer ways to find calm, the bohemian marketplace also offers a vibrant world of colour and creativity to beautify our homes and wardrobes. Admission is �2 for adults and children go free.
David Kitt, Seamus Heaney HomePlace, February 2'Fresh from releasing his first solo album for nine years, David Kitt has a new found sense of freedom bound up in themes of renewal, movement, and a constant reshaping of his musical preoccupations. His new album Yousis a finely wrought and elemental piece of work, folding in electronic beats that ground carefully fingerpicked guitars and stirring violin. Tickets for the show are on sale now.
NI Science Festival, various venues, February 14 - 24 - NI Science Festival 2019 announces its latest programme of events. Acclaimed scientists Professor Brian Cox and Liz Bonnin, UV Yoga, and a crash course into the teenage psyche are some of the hot tickets in various venues at this yea's Festival. Now in its fifth-year, the Festival acknowledges significant milestones in science - 150 years of the periodic table, 50 years of the first moon landing and 30 years of the internet, which are all celebrated in the abundant programme of Northern Ireland events from Thursday 14 - Sunday 24 February. For more information about NI Science Festival events and purchase tickets, visit www.nisciencefestival.com.