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Festivals Events in Annascaul for 2017

March

 

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March 

Tom Crean Challenge Cycle 2017.

 

Annascaul Adventures & Dingle cycling club woud like to invite you to take part in the Tom Crean Challenge Cycle on St Patrick’s Bank Holiday Weekend 2017. Saturday 18 March.

Starting at the South Pole Inn, Annascaul, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry at 9am traveling to Dingle via Lispole-Connor Pass Ireland’s highest mountain pass – Camp – returning to Annascaul.

After completing the event join us at the South Pole Inn the homeplace of Tom Crean, the Antartic Explorer where you can enjoy some wholesome food & great fun.

To register online just click on the link below

https://register.primoevents.com/ps/event/TomCreanChallengeCycle

Tom Crean Challenge Cycle 2017

 

May 

1st May 

Annascaul Ballinclare Fair is an old horse fair. Its probably one of the oldest horse fairs in Ireland! It falls on the first Sunday of October. It strengthens from year to year. The fair is a good family day out. It attracts crowds of people. There are stalls and all types of animals from horses to chickens to sheep. Live music in all pubs, the famous Mutton Pies, various sheep shows etc. People come from all over Ireland and gather to enjoy the atmosphere of the day and buy and sell animals.

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 Annascaul Ballinclare fair

20-21 May

Biodiversity Week is all about connecting people with nature. It’s about communicating the importance of biodiversity.

Annascaul will be celebrating Biodiversity week with nature walks and educational talks with guest speakers

Biodiversity

June

16-18 June 

Tom Crean International festival

A Celebration of local legend and explorer Tom Crean. Join us in celebrating our wonderful Antartic hero Tom Crean with a theme of Endurance starting Friday 17th of June 2017 mid winter in Antartica until Sunday 18th of June. There will be music, drama, adventure, film, education and much much more in our village for our national and international visitors

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17 June

 

Tom Crean Endurance Walk

Celebrate Tom Crean’s epic solo march to save Teddy Evan’s life for which he received the Albert Medal for Bravery.

Receive your very own unique Tom Crean medallion at the Finish line. For more information click this link Tom Crean Endurance Walk 2017

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July

2-22 July 

August – Craft Fair.

Annascaul Sunday Craft  Market starts again every Sunday 10.30 – 2.  Annascaul Community Centre. A lovely variety of gifts, paintings, jewellery & cakes & lots more available. New stall holders are welcome just contact Noel 087 2184757 for details

 

 

 

August

6 August

Annascaul Road race.

Annascaul Pole to Pole 10km Road Race & 5km.

Fun walk/jog/run, Saturday morning 6th August. Runners/ Joggers/ Walkers only. Children accompanied by adults are welcome on the 5k jog/walk/fun run.No bicycles. No dogs. Pre-race facilities available in Annascaul Sports Hall. Parking, showers, dressing rooms, toilets, warm up/down area etc.

 Annascaul Roadrace

19-27 August

Heritage Week.

A programme of events will be held to coincide with Heritage week.

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October

1 October  

Balinclare Horse & Sheep Fair. 

Ballinclare Fair is an old horse fair. Its probably one of the oldest horse fairs in Ireland! It falls on the first Sunday of October. It strengthens from year to year. The fair is a good family day out. It attracts crowds of people. There are stalls and all types of animals from horses to chickens to sheep. Live music in all pubs, the famous Mutton Pies, various sheep shows etc. People come from all over Ireland and gather to enjoy the atmosphere of the day and buy and sell animals.

 

 

December

3 December 

Christmas Craft Fair.

Annascaul Community Centre. Meet Santa Sunday  1-5pm. Local Arts, Crafts, Jewellery & Home Baking. All Welcome.

Santa at Annascaul

31 December 

New Year’s Eve Celebrations.

Annascaul is the place to be on New Years Eve to celebrate the last event of the year. Everybody Welcome!!

Assemble at the old bridge in Annascaul Village at 11.45pm.

Bring your Country, county, Parish or Club flag and be proud to natives and visitors. We want the biggest display of colour we can muster.

Count down to midnight from 11.55pm – 12.00pm, then we will follow the bell ringer and pipers on our walk up and down the village to give an enormous Annascaul welcome to 2018!!!

 

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