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Today And Tomorrow

CORK

Tomorrow, a guided, moderate three-hour hill walk takes place in Toon Valley, near Macroom, run by the Lee Valley Walking group. It starts at 6.30pm. Booking is essential, 087-2231225, leevalleywalking.com

DUBLIN

Hack the City is an exhibition at the Science Gallery that invites the public to explore their urban environment. Tomorrow, a talk on Nasa takes place at 6pm, which is free but pre-booking essential. sciencegallery.com

LEITRIM

The Carrick-on-Shannon water music festival begins today with family events, jazz and a festival marquee. Highlights include O Emperor, Lakelands Gala Proms and The Henry Girls (above). carrickonshannonwatermusic.com

BELFAST

Settlement, a photographic and architectural exhibition by Anthony Haughey, includes photographs of ghost estates shot in Ireland, and a scale model of the former Anglo Irish Bank HQ. Admission is free. At Belfast Exposed Gallery until August. belfastexposed.org

LIMERICK

A free talk by artist Gerry Andrews takes place at the Hunt Museum today between 1 and 2pm. This is to coincide with an exhibition, Shaped by History, which features photos of the local Milk Market and also many Limerick characters. huntmuseum.com

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