Venue: The Heritage Centre, Sunday the 5th of June As part of the The Melting Pot weekend, there will be a ‘Global Market’ held in the above venue from Noon to 5pm. If you are interested in sourcing a Stall (of which there are only a few left!), please contact Clare Molloy either by phone […]
The Cup of Tae festival returns to Ardara for the May Bank Holiday Weekend ( April 29th – May 2nd )The ‘Cup of Tae’ is the name of an Irish Reel. Our festival is in honour of a renowned player John ‘The Tae’ Gallagher (generations of his […]
Well attended Parade Ardara welcomed St. Patrick on Sunday last, and a large crowd turned out to see the large array of floats and marching bands that graced the Front St. On what was a beautiful day, the large crowds enjoyed the spectacle and cacophany of sound that immersed the town. In all there were […]
Ardara Walking Festival This festival delivered once again, helped in no small way by the fine weather. A large group of walkers descended on Ardara to savour the views, renew acquaintances, and generally enjoy themselves. John Damien Gallagher and his trusted group of ‘mountain leaders’, must be thanked and complemented on the professional and friendly […]
A large crowd of several hundred people, made the walk from the Old School to Dawros Bay House a very social and enjoyable event. The fabulous weather which augmented the breathtaking scenery, made the trip a lovely experience. Thanks must go to the Rosbeg community for organising this annual event, you did yourselves proud yesterday! […]
Church of Holy Family Notes Confessions for Easter with extra confessors 8pm Wednesday March 23rd. Anniversary Masses from Monday March 13th, for John Gildea, Lurganboy, and Boyle Family, Tullycleave, Tuesday, Charlie Bennett, and Chris Sweeney, Wednesday, Josie P. Kennedy, Friday, Charlie McHugh and Ellen Concannon, Saturday, Patrick and Katie McGill, and Mary Heena. St. Patrick’s […]
Ardara has succeeded in gaining funding under the Department of Tourism’s 2016 Festivals and Events Programme. There were 15 Donegal Festivals ranging from the ‘Mary from Dungloe’ to the ‘Extreme North Sports Event’, which received funding totalling €43,500. Of this amount, Ardara secured €7,000 which is 16% of the total. The ‘Taste of Donegal’ festival […]
Its on its way The Ardara Country and Western Festival .When this festival started 11 years ago its was considered a rare type of event as country music and dancing was not popular except to a chosen few.