26 October 2014
12:30 - 16:30
Join us in the Burren as we celebrate the harvest. Come along for a delicious day of tastings, cookery demonstrations, expert talks and food workshops. Browse over 15 different local food stalls, meet the growers and producers and sample some of their wonderful produce. 2014 will see the return of the popular Burren Masterchef competition, where budding chefs are invited to create a dish comprising home-grown, wild or foraged ingredients from around the Burren Region. Dishes are judged by a...
27 October 2014
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Co Clare
Shannon Heritage invites all ‘ghastly ghouls’, ‘grisly gremlins’, ‘scary fairies’, ‘wicked witches’ ‘devilish demons’ and ‘hair-raising warlocks’ to go a haunting at Bunratty Folk Park, Co. Clare, on Bank Holiday Monday October 27th 2014 to get into practice for Halloween. This year in addition to their spine chilling programme of scary happenings, a new 18th century swashbuckling Pirates of the Caribbean influenced show, complete with scary pirates, an inflatable pirate ship and a mesmerising l...
12 November 2014
20:00 - 23:00
glór Irish Music Centre, Causeway Link, Ennis, Co Clare
Having performed for Nelson Mandela at the Yankee Stadium, for the Pope in Central Park, with the Chieftains on their US tour and on U2's “Rattle and Hum” album, film and tour, the Harlem Gospel Choir will, once again, return to Ireland for an extensive tour.
21 November 2014 - 23 November 2014
The Festival will take place on the following dates from Friday Nov 21nd to Sunday Nov 23 2014 in Ennis in Co Clare. We are gathering together Ireland’s most prominent leaders, teachers and explorers in the fields of mindfulness, self development, self awareness and spirituality to harness their energy, awareness and light under the umbrella name of: The Ennis Festival of Light.
22 November 2014
The strong tradition of Trading and the reputation of Kilrush as being a key Market Town along the Shannon Estuary are still very much alive today with 4 Traditional Horse Fairs taking place in the town each year. Horse/ Pony traders position themselves about the Market Square while traders selling all kinds of goods from household items to plants line Frances Street.