Something for the weekend...

1. Eat Fit
Joe Wicks, the man behind the Lean In 15 phenomenon; healthy eating enthusiasts The Happy Pear; and John Kavanagh, coach to Conor McGregor will all be taking part in this weekend’s WellFest 2017 in Dublin’s Herbert Park. 

The event is described as the country’s only health, fitness and wellness festival. 

GAA stars, yoga masters and Weekend columnist Derval O’Rourke will all be there to share their expertise. 

www.wellfest.ie 

2. Sing out your Aul Hymns

Tomorrow night The Everyman in Cork is hosting a concert with a difference, one jampacked with the hymns of our childhood where the audience is encouraged to sing along. 

‘Alleluia: Hymns Celebrating the Faith of Our Fathers’ taps into the wealth of nostalgic memories which are churned up when singing these old hymns. It stars tenor Ryan Morgan, soprano Linda Kenny, The Carrigaline Singers, Cor Scoil Eoin and the Alleluia band. 

Concert starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost €25 from 021 450 1673 or www.everymancork.com 

3. Get Inspired

The 50 Plus Expo, an event for people who want to be inspired in their retirement returns to the Malton Hotel, Killarney tomorrow. 

It will have demonstrations and presentations designed to inform, entertain and educate people on a range of topics and activities. 

Open from 11am-6pm.

4. Flour Power

Coeliac Awareness Week kicks off on Monday to highlight the fact that coeliac disease can occur at any stage in life, is a lifelong condition and affects an estimated one in every 100 people in Ireland. 

A series of in-store events will take place at SuperValu stores around the country including dietetic talks, advice from the Coeliac Society and gluten-free food samplings. 

www.coeliac.ie 

5. Open House

RIAI-registered architects across the country will offer one-hour consultations to the public for a donation of €90 — every cent of which goes directly to the Simon Communities in Ireland. 

Log on to www.simonopendoor.ie to book a one-hour consultation with an RIAI-registered architect in your area.

RIAI Simon Open Door will take place for one week, starting May 13.

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