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.
04 August 2014
August Bank Holiday Monday at Doonbeg Pier. The Doonbeg Currach Regatta was revived in 2005 after an absence of almost 20 years. A great day of rowing is guaranteed with twelve races taking place. These consist of Traditional 3 Hand Mens & Ladies (Confined and Open), 4 Hand Naomhog and Mixed. For the winners there are Perpetual Cups, Trophies and Prize money.
06 August 2014 - 10 August 2014
Includes three open air ceilis in the town square with the Johnny Reidy Ceili Band, the Five Counties Band and the Star of Munster Band, set dancing classes, a singers club and numerous music sessions. There will also be a musical boat trip to Scattery Island. A Festival not to be missed.
09 August 2014
The Brian Boru Tri Challenge is a Triathlon Ireland sanctioned event organised by Boru Tri Club. Athletes can take part in the shorter sprint course or the standard course.
10 August 2014 - 16 August 2014
Kilmurry Harvest Festival is a week long fun-packed event with attractions for all the family. The event includes the all Ireland vintage rally, a field day, monster vintage show, show-jumping competition, carriage driving and sheep racing, to mention just a few.