The month ahead is filled with a wide variety of events around the country - St. Patrick's Day is next week (17th March) and Easter is only a few weeks later - to read about these and other events that are coming up in March and beyond click here, we have also given a selection of what's on below:
St. Patrick's Festival Dublin12th-17th March - DublinSt. Patrick's Festival is now by far the biggest annual event in the country providing entertainment for all interests and ages.
St. Patrick's Spring Fest & International Band Festival12th-17th March - Limerick CityLimerick plays host to the St. Patrick’s Spring Fest and Limerick International Band Festival with something for all the family.
Clare Drama Festival26th March - 4th April - Scariff Co ClareOne of the many drama festivals of full length plays that take place in various cities, towns and villages throughout Ireland at this time of year.
Clifden Heritage Railway Weekend27th - 29th March - Clifden, Connemara, Co GalwayClifden Heritage Railway Weekend celebrates one of the great lost railways of Ireland.
Galway Comedy Festival9th-13th April - Galway CityComedy Show taking place in Galway City over Easter.
Easter Walking Festival10th-13th April - Glenbeigh Co KerryDiscover the beauty of Kerry in late Spring, on some of the best walks and climbs in the country, in the company of experienced local guides.
Easter Egg Hunts11th-13th April - Athlone Co RoscommonAll the family can take part in fun Easter Egg Hunts on Glendeer Open Farm over the Easter weekend
Friday, March 13, 2009
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Orla Kelly, our Sales and Marketing Manager is now the proud mother to Patrick Junior who was born last Wednesday morning at 00.35 am. Weighing in at nearly 10 pounds there is already hope that he wil be a future rugby player for Ireland.
Patrick Junior is the third eldest male in the Kelly family to keep the name and he will undoubtbaly make a great farmer in time.
This picture is taken on his third day in Waterford.
Well Done Orla, Paddy and Patrick Junior.