Ardara Garden Fete
The annual Church of Ireland Garden Fete takes place at the Ardara Rectory, Killybegs Road, on Saturday July 14th.
With numerous stalls offering a wide variety of products, novelty games and special events, the popular afternoon event opens at 2pm. There will also be refreshments and and a giant raffle.
Good Luck Ronan!
Basket Weaving Classes
Eugene Byrne, famous basket-weaver from Teelin, will be making and teaching basket weaving in the Heritage Centre on Friday 10th August, 11am-4pm. Free drop spindle classes will also take place.
Booking essential. €40 for the day including rods which will be supplied.
For more information phone Colm: 087 3222910
The congratulations of the Parish goes to Fr. Maurice McGill, Maghera, who celebrated the Golden Jubilee of his ordination on Saturday night last.
He was joined at the Saturday evening mass by Dean Laverty, Fr. Johnny Moore and Fr. Daly together with his brothers and sisters, extended family, neighbours and friends. Refreshments were served afterwards in the Parish Centre.
Ardara 5K road race/walk
Wednesday 4th July at 7.30pm.
Registration from 6.30pm in the Methodist Hall.
Don’t miss out on our annual 5K, a day not to be missed!
Race chip timing. Proceeds in aid of Ardara Methodist Church.
Spanish Armada Anniversary
Come walk with historic re-enactors in the footsteps of the 900 survivors of the Duquesa Santa Ana from Kiltoorish (Rosbeg) to Killybegs. Family friendly event. Walk duration and length approximately 30 KM (8 hours or walk what you can). Registration will take place at the Ardara Community Centre [map] 8.30 to 9.00am, Saturday 4th August. Bus transfers to/from start/finish.
Adult (over 16 years): €20.00
All walkers meet at the Commons School, Killybegs at 6pm for the final walk into Killybegs and the closing ceremony. Find out more on www.donegalgapheritage.ie.
The committee of the Dúchas are asking for entries for the Christmas edition 2018.
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The sympathy of the Community goes to the Curran family, Tullycleave, on the death of Ann Curran last week and whose funeral took place on Friday last.