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A Little Taste of Christmas 2018

2nd December 2018

Donegal Town

With a large number of exhibitors located in the main ballroom of the Abbey Hotel Donegal Town, A LITTLE TASTE OF CHRISTMAS will offer a unique selection of Irish made handcrafted gift ideas , including accessories, jams, chutneys and preserves, teacakes, fairy cakes,simply yum cakes, prints and art design as well as an extensive range of seasonal food, decorations and ornaments. > Read More

Donegal Railway Heritage Museum

Check out all the latest events this November and December at Donegal Railway Heritage Museum in Donegal Town

For more information, please contact manager@donegalrailway.com or Tel: 074 972 2655 or check us out on Facebook or at www.donegalrailway.com

 

A Taste Of Donegal Food Festival

24th – 26th August 2018

Donegal Town

Celebrating its 10th Anniversary, this Festival is a three day celebration of great food and drink with exhibitor stands, Celebrity Chef demonstrations and much more. Discover, Dine & Delight in Donegal Town. > More

Donegal Bay Maritime Festival

20th August 2017

Donegal Town

Donegal Bay Rowing Club look forward to welcoming the Irish Coastal Rowing Federation All Ireland Rowing Championships to Donegal from 18th – 20th August 2017 in the Lakeside Centre Ballyshannon.
During the same weekend the Donegal Bay Maritime Festival takes place at the pier in Donegal Town. Don’t miss this amazing maritime family-friendly weekend, there is something for everyone to enjoy! > Read More

Christmas Craft Village

26th November 2016

Donegal Craft Village

Every craft shop will be offering special discounts on the day on all unique handmade gifts. There will be a magical elf hunt for children where they can follow illustrated maps throughout the village with their parents to find a number of elf doors and receive magical reindeer food and a candy cane if they find them all. > Read More

Flax Fest

5th September 2015

Donegal Town

Till/until is a socially engaged art project, investigating the relationship between landscape, place and our sense of belonging. The culmination will be a harvest ‘lughnasa’ in early autumn, when the flax will be communally woven whilst still in the ground, to create a giant, temporary landmark sculpture. > Read More