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See list of events showcasing Clare’s heritage

Clare County Council has announced  a wealth of events are taking place in Clare during National Heritage Week 2022, with more than 70 events registered by heritage groups throughout the county to date.

European Culture Week comes to Ennis

The 18th European Culture Week will be hosted in Ennis this week after being postponed in 2020 due to the global pandemic.

Role of community festivals feature prominently in Scariff

In the week of David Trimble’s death, the impact of the Good Friday Agreement in connecting communities North and South was remembered in Scariff at the week-end.

Dan Furey set-dancing weekend returns

Following a break of three years, the Dan Furey Weekend of Set-Dancing returns to the village of Labasheeda on the weekend of August 19th to 21st.

Lisdoonvarna is back but final curtains for Paris LIDO

After a two-year break, the fantastic news that the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival is back on in September, has reached Paris.

Open air band performances at Scariff Harbour Festival

Free open-air performances from across a variety of musical genres will see Scariff Fair Green rock over the bank holiday week-end.

Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival returns

The Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival will make a welcome return this year with singles from all over the world set to descend on Ireland’s love town this September.

Emigration Stories and Genealogical Sessions at Scariff festival

Emigration stories from East Clare parishes to the United States will be the focus of a talk at Waterways Ireland Building in Scariff on Bank Holiday Saturday & Sunday (July 30th and 31st) during the local Harbour Festival.

Alliance Party MLA to open Scariff Harbour Festival

A significant change in political allegiance followed the huge electoral success of the Alliance Party in Northern Ireland last May. In the heartland of unionism, Stewart Dickson returned two seats for the Alliance Party in East Antrim for the first time with his running mate Danny Donnelly.
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