August 31, 2016

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We’ve got a Parade, a Raft Race, Dancing at the Crossroads, a History Exhibit and so much more!
 

Now’s your chance to parade down Main Street to your heart’s content! Come with your club, group or organisation – dress wacky, silly, cool. Be as creative or clever as you wish. It’s all about the fun!

The most creative entry in the spirit of the festival will receive a prize of €250.

To register click here

 

Scroll down to see an overview of some of the weird and wonderful events at Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival 2016!

Remember last year's Raft Race? Well, there's a twist to the 2016 Raft Race. Saturday 24th Sept. 4pm, Sales Yard.

Remember last year’s Raft Race? Well, there’s a twist to the 2016 Raft Race. Saturday 24th Sept. 4pm, Sales Yard.

Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival brings the first ever outdoor movie event to Dunshaughlin! Join us on Friday 23rd September at 8pm at the back of St. Seachnall’s NS to see Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (original version) Tickets available in the Festival Office now. €5 single, €9.50 2 tickets, €24 Family ticket (max. 5 persons).

Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival brings the first ever outdoor movie event to Dunshaughlin! Join us on Friday 23rd September at 8pm at the back of St. Seachnall’s NS. Tickets available in the Festival Office now. €5 single, €9.50 2 tickets, €24 Family ticket (max. 5 persons).

The Spectacular 'Inferno' return this year with a new exciting show. Saturday 24th Sept., 8.30pm, Sales Yard. Bring all the family!

The spectacular ‘Inferno’ return this year with a new exciting show. Saturday 24th Sept., 8.30pm, Sales Yard. Bring all the family!

Join us at the Pastoral Centre on Sunday 25th Sept. 1pm - 5pm for a recollection and remembrance of 1916 in Dunshaughlin and surrounding areas. Community memorabilia, a map of the village, the crafts and lifestyle of inhabitants. Photographs, music and food court. Talks: - 2pm Tola Collier from Ashbourne Reenactment Group - 2.45pm Cllr. Noel French on Meath 1916 - 3.30pm Seán Boylan on Dunboyne 1916 - 4.30pm and Cecilia Murray on the founding of the Gaelic League.

Join us at the Pastoral Centre on Sunday 25th Sept. 1pm – 5pm for a recollection and remembrance of 1916 in Dunshaughlin and surrounding areas. Community memorabilia, a map of the village, the crafts and lifestyle of inhabitants. Photographs, music and food court.
Talks:
– 2pm Tola Collier from Ashbourne Reenactment Group
– 2.45pm Cllr. Noel French on Meath 1916
– 3.30pm Seán Boylan on Dunboyne 1916
– 4.30pm Cecilia Murray on the founding of the Gaelic League.

Why not get your toes tapping, your hips a swinging and lift the spirit. This year we are adding to our Ceilí dancing with a little intro to some other styles. So we’ll see you all at the Arch Bar crossroads for a set or two on Saturday 24th Sept., 5pm-6pm.

Why not get your toes tapping, your hips a swinging and lift the spirit. This year we are adding to our Ceilí dancing with a little intro to some other styles. So we’ll see you all at the Arch Bar crossroads for a set or two on Saturday 24th Sept., 5pm-6pm.

View full programme here