Maths Week 2016 may have finished but there are lots of other events that you can stay involved with:
 Have You Got Maths Eyes competition is still open and will remain open 'til Friday 25th November with categories for all: <7, <11, <14, <19, adult education and family/community. Find something in your environment that you can see the maths in, take a photo and add a tagline and enter through the website. These competitions are a collaboration between the Maths Eyes initiative, Maths Week 2016, Institute of Technology Tallaght and the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, EPISTEM, University of Limerick and Dublin West Education Centre.
 Science Week starts around the Republic of Ireland this weekend with hundreds of events. Many will be related to maths applications. Organised by SFI details can be found here at http://www.science.ie/.
 [Northern Ireland Science Week will take place in February 2017]
 Round 1 of the 30th Irish Maths Olympiad will take place in schools during the week 1418 November, 2016. The problems are designed for students in their Senior Cycle, particularly for those in Transition Year. Teachers are encouraged to involve all students, not only those who usually score well in maths. Currently the information packages are on their way to the schools. Those teachers who were involved with Round 1 in the past will receive the information package by email on Monday, 7 November. Further information can be found on http://www.irmo.ie/Round1.html.
 Sci Com Conference 2016 led by Newstalk's Jonathan McCrea and featuring leading international experts on Science Communication will take place on the 7th of December in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin. Registration is now open for this event.
 The Tenth Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME) is taking place in Dublin this year. It will take place at Croke Park from 1^{st} to 5^{th }February, 2017. CERME 10 will promote the development of mathematics education through intellectual communication and cooperation in the context of thematic working groups, plenaries, poster sessions and congenial interactions.Booking and registration is now open for this event. The local committee headed by Therese Dooley and Maurice O'Reilly would welcome sponsorship for certain aspects of the conference. Contact Miriam Ryan miriam.ryan@dcu.ie for details of sponsorship opportunities.

