Enjoy and evening of food, traditional music, folklore and Irish brew at the Inishowen Gateway Hotel.
Other activities include; the Planet Active kids club with face painting.
Duration: 4.30pm until late
For more information contact: 07493 61144
Traditional music, song and dance at Glendowen Craft Shop, Meentagh Glen, Clonmany Sunday 10th of December from 3.30 to 6pm. All musicians, singers, dancers and listeners are welcome. Any enquiries contact: 074 9376265
An Grianan Hotel are back with their second Fayre of the year with the Perfect Bliss Wedding Team. Speak with our Professional Wedding Team plus book your Wedding on the Day or since our previous Fayre and be entered into the €10,000 Prize Draw. It’s one Fayre you won’t want to miss! Contact: +353 74 93 68900 | http://www.angriananhotel.com/
The Disappear Here Film Festival is a first of its kind in Donegal, Ireland. The inaugural DHFF is a 3 day festival taking place in Ballyliffin, Co Donegal from (Culture Night) Friday 22nd to 24th of September 2017. The Disappear Here Film Festival will take place in a series of unique locations in and around the picturesque village of Ballyliffin, Co Donegal. From short animated films for kids, to scary midnight movies for the young at heart – The Disappear Here Film Festival promises you a weekend of entertainment, utterly unmissable and unforgettable. The Festival will have a high concentration of shorts but includes an outstanding mix of features and documentaries. In the digital age, as society is bombarded with micro-media via the internet and attention spans are dwindling, we are offering a format tailored for the YouTube generation. Over the weekend films will be screened in a specially constructed 100 seat cinema in the Ballyliffin Hotel, a mobile cinema in the church car park, & a secret cinema in a magical venue TBA Our versatile programme will include screenings, talks, educational workshops and a host of entertainment events through which we will provide a unique festival experience. For more […]
Traditional music, song and dance at Glendowen Craft Shop, Meentagh Glen, Clonmany Sunday 10th of September from 3.30 to 6pm. All musicians, singers, dancers and listeners are welcome. Any enquiries contact: 074 9376265
The Lands of Éogain invite you to the 2nd of their one day events to celebrate female heritage pioneers in Inishowen. Talk will take place on the important worked carried out by Amy Young in Inishowen on 25th August from 11am – 5pm at St. Buadan’s Church, Culdaff ~ Booking required Join the Lands of Éogain as we celebrate the work of Amy Young and her contribution to our knowledge of families in Inishowen from 1600. The day will include talks and a tour of her family home and local heritage sites. This event focuses on Amy Young and her book “300 Years in Inishowen” focusing on the Young family relations in Culdaff. The day will start with talks by local experts including Rachel Macgowan, followed by lunch and a tour of Culdaff House. In the afternoon participants will be treated to a heritage bus tour led by well-known heritage guides Dessie McCallion and Sean Beattie. Admission & Booking Adult: €10 To book email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Further Information 087 647 8183 ~ email@example.com facebook.com/landsofeogain
It’s on again in 2017 – Stuck Inside of Moville, the DylanFest on the Lough, Ireland’s only annual festival of Bob Dylan music in Moville, Donegal. Europe’s biggest festival of the music of Bob Dylan takes place in the picturesque holiday town of Moville which lies 18 miles north of Derry. To the background of the salmon fishing Lough Foyle, acts play Dylan music for four days and nights indoors and outdoors in multiple pubs and at the Putting Green Cafe which overlooks Lough Foyle. The festival started in 2007. There are acts from all over Europe who play and visitors from all around the world. Moville is Dylanville in late August.
National Heritage Week takes place from Saturday 19th to Sunday 27th August 2017. Each year many national and hundreds of local community organisations participate by organising events throughout Ireland. Many of the events that take place during the week are free and the programme highlights the abundance of great work that is carried out in all communities in Ireland to preserve and promote our natural, built and cultural heritage. Whether it is nature and wildlife, folklore, or built heritage, National Heritage Week aims to deliver messages and events that are positive, engaging and relevant in people’s day to day lives. Any person or organisation can actively take part in the Week and organise an event which educates people and promotes an aspect of Irelands Heritage. Events hosted nationwide are hugely diverse in subject and many are organised by local communities lending great authenticity and variety to the events. Examples of events (to name but a few) include medieval fairs, night-time bat walks, wildlife walks and lectures, traditional music sessions, storytelling, historical re-enactments, and local history walks and talks and maritime and coastal events. In addition many heritage sites and historic properties will offer free admission or special concessions. National Heritage […]
Sliabh Sneacht Centre Free Family Fun Day. The Fun Day will begin at 2pm with loads of free activities including face painting, bouncy castle, indoor and outdoor games and side shows. Lots of fun for all the family. Proceeds from the day will go to Drumfries National School and Drumfries Youth Club.
The 50th Clonmany Agricultural Show will be held on Tuesday 8th August. The show has grown in popularity every year and now attracts thousands of visitors from across Ireland and the UK from farmers to young families. In addition to the agriculture, livestock and sheepdog trials the show has evolved to a truly family occasion. Come along and join us join us at the annual show to make this year even more special. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.clonmanyshow.com