Scariff Harbour Festival welcomes Clare’s camogie champions

Newly crowned, Clare Junior All-Ireland Camogie Champions, received a rousing reception as set dancers battered the floor to the Tulla Céilí Band bringing Scariff...

Chipboard Factory Exhibition at Scariff Harbour Festival

The story of Chipboard Factory in Scariff begins in the late 1950s, when its German parent company Aicher Chipboard (Rosenheim) established a plant on...

Talks, Walks & Tours at Scariff Harbour Festival

Stories of emigrant settlements in the USA, stories of life in a conflicted Northern Ireland, the Aughty Rainforest in the time Brian Boru, are...

Donna Taggart features in Scariff Harbour Festival line-up

After several sell-out tours across the UK and Ireland and with a huge following in the USA’s mid-west, Donna Taggart is currently gaining a...

Monica McWilliams to open Scariff Harbour Festival

The 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement will be fittingly marked when agreement signatory, Monica McWilliams and co-founder of the Northern Ireland Women’s...

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.

Martin Hayes to speak at Scariff Library

One of Ireland’s finest cultural ambassadors and east Clare’s master fiddle player will reveal details of his upbringing in Killanena, the musical influences that inspired him and what has sparked extraordinary recognition and appreciation on the world’s musical stage.

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.

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.