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Fun, fresh air and frolics are promised for the 2019 Mayo International Kite Festival taking place on Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21 at Keel Beach, Achill Island.
On Fathers Day in Galway, on Sunday 16th June people from across Galway are being invited to South Park, Galway to fly a kite for men and boys' mental health. The idea is to create a powerful visual spectacle of support for men and boys.
Battle for the Lake is back for a seventh year from Friday, September 29, to Sunday, October 1, and promises to be an even bigger celebration of all things Mayo. Set on the stunning Achill Island, Keel Lake will provide the perfect backdrop for a weekend of surfing, music, and fun. Nestled on the Wild Atlantic Way, combine your weekend with some of the most breathtaking scenery Ireland has to offer and head to Mayo’s best festival where family and friends gather to see some spectacular aerial displays as the riders fly through the air and of course catch some of the best Irish bands in the last festival of the summer.
Conamara Sea Week is a multi-disciplinary festival, celebrating the wonderful marine heritage of Conamara. The festival celebrated its 30th birthday in 2014 and has grown to be a wonderful and unique festival with something to interest all age groups. The festival will kick off with the much loved family fun day on Sunday October 23, which will include kite flying, mini boat regatta and Connemara biggest book fair which will also feature Ballinakill Active Age Traditional Craft Club will sell their work in the Ellis Hall canteen.
Highlights of Heritage Week in Mulranny, which commences on August 17, include; Machair guided walk, kite making and flying, a talk about the Kerry bog pony, a talk about the old Irish goat, and an art clothes and wearables fashion show.
Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has called for a fair commercial rates system for small business.
The Chinese New Year begins today and marks the start of The Year Of The Rabbit, a year which is meant to bring good times, good wine, good music, good company, and fun times.
The Chinese New Year begins on February 3 and marks the start of The Year Of The Rabbit, a year which is meant to bring good times, good wine, good music, good company, and fun times.
This September, Enable Ireland will embark on a new fundraising and awareness campaign, the No Limits Kite Appeal which will take place from Monday September 13 to Sunday September 18.
Athlone Film Club continues its successful first season with the screening of the 2007 Academy Award nominated film The Kite Runner.