Don’t miss the Duck Race on the Owentocker this evening 10th August! Duck race begins at 7pm sharp on the bridge beside Nancy’s bar. Duck lines €4 on sale from 6.30pm. See ourWild Atlantic Week pagefor details. Tomorrow Saturday 11th August is Ardara Show Day. One of the biggest events of the year including Cattle, Ponies & Sheep, over 120 classes displaying home produce, photography and painting, arts and crafts, children’s classes and everything from the garden.Afternoon attractions include a Fun Dog Show, Children’s Sports, Tossing the sheaf, Tug-o-war, Vintage Tractors Display and Birds of Prey.Catalogue available in local shops.Visit ourArdara Show pagefor details. Live Street Music on the Diamond today at 3pm and 5pm, and tomorrow Saturday 11th from 4pm.The annual Show Dance is tomorrow night in the Nesbitt Arms Hotel.
There will be a Barbecue and Live Music in the yard at Nancy’s on Sunday 12th August, 4-7pm.A great evening of food, music and craic!
Ardara GAP Heritage and History Group
Doon Fort Connections & Communities
Saturday, 18 August, 10am – 4pmBooking RequiredKilclooney Dolmen Centre, Portnoo Road, Portnoo, Co. DonegalBus tour & exhibition exploring the European cultural heritage of Doon Fort & its hinterland. Come share your photos, memories & stories about monuments & built heritage in this area of SW Donegal.Bus tours depart from the Dolmen Centre. Kilclooney at 11am, 12.30pm and 2pm. Teas/coffees & home bakes available at €3.00pp in Kilclooney Dolmen Centre Coffee Dock. Bring your photos of local places in SW Donegal you visited over the last number of decades and share your stories with us.Adult: €10, Child: €5, Concession: €5, Family: €25To book contact: email@example.com/ardaraheritageAccess & ParkingSuitable for Children under 12. Wheelchair Access (Partial). Car Parking Available
Unveiling of Townlands Marker
Saturday, 25 August, 1:30pm – 3:30pmTop of Loughros Point road, Drimaha, Ardara, Co. DonegalUnveiling of a stone carved townlands marker of Loughros Point, depicting the sixteen townlands on the peninsula. This beautifully hand carved map shows each townland in both Irish and English.Carved by local stonemason Kieran Keeney, this map truly is a work of art and will set in stone the townlands of the area forevermore. Parking will be available at The Church of the Holy Family car park with a short walk to the site. Priority parking at the site for the elderly and disabled. An event not to be missed.Access & ParkingSuitable for Children under 12. Wheelchair Access (Full). Car Parking available at Church of the Holy Family car park.Further Information087 firstname.lastname@example.org