St Patrick’s Weekend that means it’s the middle of March!!! The year is speeding up. Are you looking for activities for the kids in your area this St Patrick’s weekend? Here are some of the events that caught our eye in the South West over the St Patrick’s weekend.
St. Patrick’s Festival at glór
The Lambert Puppet Theatre presents Snow White & Bosco on Mon 17 Mar at 1.30pm, suitable for ages up to 10 Years.
The Lambert Puppet Theatre is now widely recognised as the premier touring puppet theatre company in Ireland and also internationally renowned for its many fine productions in Theatres throughout Ireland, The UK and Europe. Snow White is a beautifully produced show with large puppets, colourful sets and exquisite lighting. Snow White will be joined by the much loved Bosco in the opening scenes of the show. From 12.30 – 3.30pm Café Session with Eoin O’ Neill, Quentin Cooper and Noirin Lynch Free Event From 12.30 – 2.30pm Face painting with Ana Colomer €1.50 per Child
St Patrick’s Parades in Clare
Ennis – This year’s parade on the theme of “The Life of Brian Boru” will start at 11 a.m. on Monday 17th.
Killaloe and Ballina celebrate their rich cultural heritage with a Brian Boru themed weekend as part of this year’s extended St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Concerts and performances will compliment the parade. This year’s parade will leave Ballina GAA Pitch at 2:30pm on Monday 17th and it will follow the usual route, finishing in the Green, Killaloe.
St Patrick’s Events in Tipperary
Tipperary Town — parade gets under way at 2.30pm from Redmond Square and is due to finish at Lidl carpark at 4pm. Grand Marshal will be FAI chief executive John Delaney.
St Patrick’s Events in Kerry
Tralee St Patrick’s Day Parade
This year’s parade takes place on Monday 17th March and starts at 12pm at John Joe Sheehy Road and finishes at Denny Street, with groups of dancers, football clubs, pipe bands all marching through the town. Everybody is welcome to join in the fun!
Tralee International Marathon
The Tralee International Marathon takes place on Sunday 16th March.
Related : 5 Fun St Patrick’s Day Activities
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