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This years festival will have the addition of a Craft Fair on Sunday 25th. To register your interest in displaying at this Craft Fair, please email firstname.lastname@example.org – don’t forget to attach some pictures of your work. Handmade crafts are VERY welcome 🙂
Are you feeling creative? Would you like to learn how to make street theatre costumes for Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival 2016….? Are you free to attend a 5 day workshop in Dunshaughlin, August 8th – 12th? Are you willing to get your hands dirty whilst having fun and being creative? €70 per person – 9.30am – 4.30pm daily. This workshop is part funded by grant funding from Meath County Council with all materials covered.
Introducing our 2016 big-headed committee. What are they up to this year? Keep an eye on our website to see what madness is coming to Dunshaughlin in September 2016, 23rd – 25th.
Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival is done and dusted for yet another fantastic year!
We want to extend our biggest thank you’s to all the street entertainers, stall holders, volunteers, event organisers, performers, even our own committee and to absolutely everyone who contributed to 2015’s festival in some shape or form.
what people are saying
The whole village has got behind this wonderful festival to create a lasting legacy that will hopefully encourage visitors to return to the area in the future as well as encouraging them to recommend it to family and friends. - The Meath Chronicle -
A rural celebration in a contemporary town, Dunshaughlin's Harvest Festival has brought together the community in a way that’s never been seen before. - Craft In Ireland -
Just 30 minutes by bus or car from Dublin city centre and within an hour's drive of Kildare, Cavan, Monaghan, Louth and Westmeath, Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival is a fantastic day out or weekend away! - Ireland.com -
With music, street theatre, a craft & heritage village, artisan foods, a carnival and plenty of good old-fashioned games for the children, Dunshaughlin's annual harvest festival has something for everyone from teenagers to young children to adults. - Meath.ie -