Whats On In County Kerry In April

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April is when things begin to really start rolling in the Kingdom of Kerry.

April / Mí Aibreán


30th March 02 

Kerry Group Rás Mumhan Cycle

30 March-02 

Tír na nÓg Festival, Tralee

02

Easter Monday

01 - 02

Banna Beast Challenge, Banna Beach (TBC)

01-07

Pilgrim Paths Week, Ireland

03 - 08

Pan Celtic Festival Dingle

14

Hardman Duathalon Killarney

19-22 

Féile Neidín Trad Music Festival, Kenmare

20 - 23

Cuckoo Walking Festival Tarbert

21-23

All-Ireland Dancing Championship, Killarney (TBC)

20 - 22

Women in Media Ballybunion

21 - 23

Dingle Running And Fitness Festival (TBC)

22

Kenmare Jack And Jill Run

29

Tarbert Run Event

Tír na nÓg Family Festival Tralee 

Around Easter Time 

Highlights of a great weekend in Tralee. The Tír na nÓg Children’s Festival will only remain successful if those of you who kindly attended the various events encourage others – family and friends – from outside Tralee to come to Tralee next Easter 3rd-6th April 2015.

Once upon a time in the Kingdom of Kerry, children’s dreams came true and families lived happily ever after because they visited the Tír na nÓg Children’s Festival in Tralee!

Tralee will become Ireland’s number one holiday destination for families this Easter when the Tír na nÓg Festival transforms the town into a family playground.

The festival offers 10 days of various events and activities aimed specifically at children. These events include Mad Hatters’ Tea Party, Easter egg hunt, Teddy Bears’ Picnic, International Rugby Festival, 10k charity family walk, nature walk at Gortbrack farm, family night at the dogs including lots of novelty events, children’s fancy dress disco, panto horse racing, history for fun (free for kids) at Kerry Co. Museum, extreme sports at Aqua Dome – bungee trampoline / giant slide / zorbing / hamster run, children’s puppet show, children’s treasure hunt, Bird’s Amusements and children’s fashion show.

Contact:

http://www.tralee.ie/

Address: Tralee, Co Kerry, Republic Of Ireland 




Easter Music Festival Ballybunion 

Also During Easter Weekend 2017

Easter Music Festival Ballybunion The annual Easter Music Festival is held in Ballybunion, county Kerry, from Good Friday to Easter Monday every year. The festival features fun events, music, sport, theatre and craic. Fun for all the family! 


Feile Na Casa


An amazing music and dance festival in the beautiful town of Ballyferriter on the far West coast of the Dingle Peninsula.


Féile Ealaíne na Cásca 40 Years A-Growing!

Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne is pleased to announce that this year’s Féile na Cásca or Easter Art Exhibition is 40 years old!  The first exhibition was held in the national school in Dún Chaoin when the then manager of Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne, Micheál Mac Giobúin invited the Dún Chaoin based artist Maria Simmons-Gooding to organise the exhibition. Maria agreed but only if she could invite local artists and schoolchildren to exhibit their work. Thus began Féile Ealaíne na Cásca and Maria will have her work exhibited in all 40 exhibitions. A feature of each year’s exhibition is the participation of local schoolchildren who will this year have visited many local archaeological sites in the environ of their schools with archaeologist Isabel Bennett. Local artists will assist them prepare their responses to the visits in school and their work will be exhibited at Féile na Cásca 2013 along with the many other participating local and national artists in many art forms.

Mar seo a leanas a scrígh Hilary Pyle ar Fhéile na Cásca 1992:

Féile na Cásca, the Easter Art Exhibition is celebrating its 18th anniversary at Ballyferriter Heritage Centre this year. There are over 150 works, including paintings, in various media, sculpture, metalwork, photographs, assemblages and batik, from the avant garde to the traditional and all the artists living in the Dingle Peninsula, or associated with it in some way” “There are honest and personally observed scenes by Diane Lavery and Áine Uí Dhubhshláine; and the primitive local scenes in pub and house, By Fergus O’Brien interpret individual character (and smoke) with understanding and wit” 

Website:

http://www.oidhreacht.ie/news.asp?p=f%C3%A9ile-eala%C3%ADne-na-c%C3%A1sca-40-years-a-growing-

http://www.oidhreacht.ie/courses.asp


Sunrise Summit Challenge - Trek Ireland’s Highest Peaks at Night 

               


 

The Shindig Traditional Music and Set Dance Festival Weekend - Co Kerry 

This years festival is yet to be arranged. 

The 'Shindig' is a fun packed weekend of great Irish music, dancing singing, story telling and the occasional pint of Guinness. It consists of a series of workshops (classes) on all aspects of Traditional Irish Set Dancing.

Learn everything from the basic steps, movements and styles, to enable you to participate in our old style of house dancing or indeed the advanced battering steps used for the West Clare battering style of dancing and Connemara Sean-Nós Dancing. Contact Address: The Carlton Hotel, Dan Spring Road, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Republic of Ireland Telephone: +353 87 182 0922 Web: http://www.shindigfestival.com/ 


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