01 August 2014 - 08 August 2014
The Rose of Clare festival is very much family orientated with activities catering for all ages. The highlights include family funday events, tug-o-war, dog show, table quiz, race nite, pub singing competition, ceili, parish golf outing, discos and of course the crowning of the 2014 Rose of Clare.
03 August 2014 - 04 August 2014
11:00 - 17:00
Craggaunowen- 'The Living Past Experience', Kilmurry, Near Sixmilebridge, Co Clare
Visitors to Craggaunowen visitor attraction near Quin, Co Clare during the August Bank Holiday weekend (Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th August) will be swept back in time to experience a special ‘Lughnasa’ celebration spanning the Iron Age through the Early Medieval, Viking Age, the Anglo-Normans to the 16th Century.
22 August 2014 - 24 August 2014
10:30 - 15:30
The Doolin Craft Beer Festival is back for the third year running on the same weekend, 22nd-24th August. The same winning ingredients are involved; great beers from craft brewers all around Ireland, some of Clare’s best musicians along with food from local artisan producers.The event will be run from a marque in the Gardens at the back of Hotel Doolin. We will have live Irish music throughout the three days. Independent Craft beers are becoming increasingly popular in Ireland and we will again b...
29 August 2014 - 05 October 2014
Matchmaking is one of Ireland's oldest traditions and, for the last couple of hundred years, a good deal of it has taken place in Lisdoonvarna.
05 September 2014 - 07 September 2014
Ellen (Nell) Galvin as she was locally known was born Ellen McCarthy, and lived at Ballydineen, Knockalough, Co. Clare. She was born in 1887. Around the 1920’s and 1930’s a famous blind Piper named Garret Barry lived in Inagh Co. Clare. He was a regular visitor to the McCarthy home. Nell was one of his pupils and she played both the Concertina and Fiddle from a very young age.