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County Clare Events Calendar 2014
See also Library Events and Art Exhibitions and Clare Focus - What's On Today (external link)
and Brian Ború Festivals & Events Guide 2014 (PDF)
and Brian Ború National Festivals guide 2014 (PDF)

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

June 2014:

  • 1st June 2014
    “Insects of the Burren”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Brian Nelson.
    meet at Gortlecka Crossroads, Kilnaboy, at 2.15pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.

May 2014:

  • 28th May 2014
    “Finding Flowers in Nature's Finest Rockery”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Zoe Devlin.
    Meet at Slieve Carron Nature Reserve, Kinvara, at 2pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 25th May 2014
    “Lisdoonvarna - a spa town”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Mary Angela Keane.
    Meet at the Pavillion, Lisdoonvarna, at 2pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 25th May 2014
    The Shaughraun by Dion Boucicault, Culturlann Sweeney, Kilkee
    Torch Players present Dion Boucicault's famous play. It is a tale of honour, love bravery and betrayal providing cheerful entertainment with damsels in distress and swashbuckling heroes saving the day. If its a little light entertainment and merriment you are after, a great night is guaranteed. The story centres on Robert who has returned to Ireland after escaping transportation to Australia. A detachment of English troops and some villains are out to capture him but Robert escapes their clutches with the help of Conn, the Shaughraun. For more information or bookings contact Kilkee Box Office on (065)9060769 or alternatively book online at www.glor.ie. Tickets €12 /€10. Show starts at 8pm .
  • 24th May 2014
    “Butterflies of the Burren”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Jesmond Harding.
    Meet at Creevagh Green Road, Kilnaboy, at 12pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 23rd - 25th May 2014
    Burren Slow Food Festival, Lisdoonvarna
    The Burren Slow Food Festival celebrates food, helps local producers sell and promote their products, and presents demonstrations by local chefs, showcasing the unique and excellent variety of local produce in the area. Contact Birgitta Hedin Curtin at 00353 65 7074432 & slowfoodclare@gmail.com. See www.slowfoodclare.com
  • 21st May 2014
    “Wildflowers through the Bog to the Burren”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Stephen Ward.
    Meet at Gregan's Wood, Lisdoonvarna, at 2pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 18th - 26th May 2014
    Fleadh Nua, Ennis
    This year, 2014, marks the 40th anniversary of the first Fleadh Nua in Ennis and since 1974 it has developed from a 3 day event to a festival spanning 8 days, with more than 120 separate events, where there is a welcome for everyone. There are many Irish traditional festivals organised throughout the summer months but there are few people who will dispute that Fleadh Nua which started in Dublin in 1970, is the forerunner of them all. The concept of bringing together concerts, céilithe, music, song and dancing workshops, street entertainment, and much more was innovative in its time. However, it's still a winning formula today as evidenced by the thousands of visitors who flock to the festival every May for a week of unsurpassed traditional entertainment. Contact 00353 65 6824276 & ceoltrad@eircom.net. See www.fleadhnua.com
  • 18th May 2014
    “Follow in the footsteps Dr Patrick B O'Kelly in the valley of his childhood”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Conor Fahy/Stephen Ward.
    Meet at Daly’s Pub, Bellharbour, at 2pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 14th May 2014
    'Just A Song At Twilight' - Fil Campbell, Culturlann Sweeney, Kilkee
    Fil Campbell presents an affectionate tribute to the Irish folk songs that generations of Irish grew up with – songs that were recorded by women like Delia Murphy, Bridie Gallagher and Mary O’Hara whose lives Fil documented in her RTE documentary series Songbirds. The songs from her most recent CD, A Place Of My Own as well as from her earlier recordings – Songbirds and Farewell To Cold Winter - are guaranteed to have you singing along in chorus on songs like the Old Maid in the Garrett and The Spinning Wheel, Love’s Old Sweet Song, Let Him Go Let Him Tarry and many more old favourites. Fil is joined by Tom McFarland on vocals and percussion. Show starts at 8pm, Tickets €10 /€5 students and OAP's. For more information contact (065) 9060769 or kilkeeboxoffice@clarelibrary.ie
  • 14th May 2014
    “The Prehistoric Archaeology of Turlough Hill”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Stefan Bergh.
    Meet at Gleann Ciosog GAA pitch, Bellharbour. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 11th May 2014
    “Revisiting the Winterage: a ramble though flowers, farming and...anything!” A Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Sharon Parr.
    Meet at Fanore Chrurch, Fanore, at 2pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 7th May 2014
    “Summer Flora of the National Park”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk.
    Meet at Gortlecka Crossroads, Burren National Park, at 2.15pm. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 4th May 2014
    “Bealtaine Birds on the Dawn Chorus Walk”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk led by Gordon D'Arcy.
    Meet at Villages Stores, Ballyvaughan, at 5.45am. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 3rd May 2014
    Choral Celebration & Gala Concert Hosted by Ború Singers, Killaloe
    This Choral event at St Flannan’s Cathedral will be a most memorable one with children’s choirs performing during the afternoon. Adult choirs will feature in the early evening and a Gala Concert will take place at 8.30pm. Contact Sadie Scanlan 00353 86 1095010 or 00353 61 375132, & sadiescanlan@eircom.net.
  • 2nd - 5th May 2014
    Loop Head Walking Festival, Loop Head Peninsula, County Clare
    May Bank Holiday. Join us on the Loop Head Peninsula to walk the beautiful coastal paths and roads of Kilkee, Kilredauna and Loop Head. Enjoy stunning wild Atlantic scenery with experienced guides in this, one of Ireland’s Eden destinations of Excellence , and the ‘Irish Times Best Place to Holiday in Ireland’. Not one but two beautiful lighthouses to be viewed on these walks. More info at http://www.loophead.ie/events/loop-head-walking-festival/
  • 2nd - 5th May 2014
    Whitegate May Bank Holiday Festival, Whitegate
    This fun-filled family festival will also celebrate Brian Ború. On Saturday, 3rd May at Williamstown Quay local historian Tommy Holland will provide an interesting insight into the relevance of Brian Ború and Islandmore. Contact Pat Burke 00353 86 8257229 & burkedromaan@gmail.com.
    See https://www.facebook.com/WhitegateMayBankHolidayFestival
  • 2nd - 4th May 2014
    Burren Law School 2014 - Theme: "Twenty-First Century Justice? ? A Contemporary & Brehon Perspective "

    Burren College of Art, Newtown Castle, Ballyvaughan.
    Close by Newtown Castle, seat of the O’Lochlainns, chiefs of the Burren, is the site of the O’Davoren Law School, one of the three law schools that were situated in the Burren. Between the years 1563 and 1569, Domhnall O’Davoren and his pupils compiled the manuscript now known as Egerton 88, containing an invaluable glossary of Brehon Law and a variety of law texts, one dating back to the 8th century. The Burren Law School aims to recreate the tradition of legal learning associated with the Brehon Law Schools, allowing the past to illuminate the present in what promises to be a stimulating and entertaining weekend. It will be of interest to the public at large as much as to members of the legal and caring professions, historians and relevant interest groups. Burren Law School is facilitated by the Burren College of Art Ltd., a charity dedicated interalia to the heritage and cultural development of the Burren. Directors : Ivana Bacik, Anne Connolly & Aengus Ó Corráin. The Burren Law School aims to recreate the tradition of legal learning that is associated with the Brehon Law School. It is of interest to the public at large as much as it is to members of the legal/caring professions, historians and relevant interest groups.
    For advanced booking and further information contact: Intl : +353 65 707 7200. IE: 065 707 7200 and info@burrenlawschool.org. More info at http://www.burrenlawschool.org/
  • 2nd May 2014
    “Carron - A five thousand year walk”, a Burrenbeo Trust Burren in Bloom Festival Walk
    Meet at Old Carron Church 10.30am. Burrenbeo walks are free to Burrenbeo Trust members but a €5 donation is suggested for non-members. Walks will last 2-4 hours and adequate clothing and footwear are required.
  • 1st - 31st May 2014
    Burren in Bloom, The Burren
    The Burren in Bloom Festival features a series of illustrated talks and organised walks
    in the Burren. The Festival will give people an understanding and appreciation of the Burren and its formation, and how it continues to be a source of great botanical, archaeological, and cultural wealth with its unique wild flowers and ancient sites. Contact 00353 91 638096 & communications@burrenbeo.com. See www.burreninbloom.com
  • 1st - 31st May 2014
    Embrace Exhibition - Glor, Ennis
    Embrace - a colourful exhibition of new work from local artists with disabilities that includes
    paintings, mosaics, textiles and many other kinds of artwork. Contact Alan Shoosmith at
    00353 86 8398832 & arts@clarelibrary.ie. See www.clarelibrary.ie/arts.htm
  • 1st - 4th May 2014
    The Festival of Finn, Corofin
    Fun-filled programme including the World Stone Throwing Competition, Ireland’s
    Best Beard & Moustache Competition, Garden Fete at the Farmyard, the Anglers
    Paradise Fishing Competition, Lark at the Lake and lots more. Contact Pauline Bradley
    00353 87 6383988 & paulinebrad@eircom.net. See www.festivaloffinn.com

April 2014:

  • 27th April 2014
    Old Kilfarboy Society Guided Walk - Loop Head Lighthouse trail.
    The Old Kilfarboy Society will have its first outing of the 2014 season to the tip of West Clare. We will meet at Loop Head Lighthouse Car Park at 2pm on Sunday, 27 April, for the Loop Head Lighthouse trail. Laura Foley will retell the folklore and the history of the area pointing out the Victorian Swing Crane used to transport tourists to Diarmuid and Grainne’s Rock and the Victorian Hanging Gardens of Henry Keane. She will also include geology, history of the lighthouse, the World War 11 Lookout Post and related EIRE sign. The tour will take approx two hours to complete. The walk is moderate to easy and is off road mostly walking on soft heather. Other possible locations depending on group interests and time are: Bridges of Ross, The Church of the Little Ark, Graves of the Yellow Men and the Holy Well of St Cuan. The cost is €5 per adult and all are welcome. Enquiries to oldkilfarboysociety@gmail.com.
  • 27th April 2014
    The Pop-Up Garden Community Challenge at Clare Garden Festival 2014
    The Pop-Up Garden Community Challenge at Clare Garden Festival 2014 aims to support Community Organisations, Charities, Community Gardens, Tidy Towns Groups, Youth groups, School groups/classes, Horticultural Student Groups and similar groups in their promotional and fundraising work. The group/organisation will create a garden based on their interpretation of the theme ‘Protecting the Environment in my Garden’ to be displayed at Clare Garden Festival on 27th April 2014. A prize of €500 is available and of course all groups will be promoted at the festival. Application deadline is 28th February. Full details from http://claregardenfestival.com/Competitions.html
  • 25th - 28th April 2014
    Kilfenora Traditional Music Festival, Kilfenora
    The festival includes sessions with some of Ireland´s finest traditional musicians and singers, a gala concert, evening céilís, mass with traditional music and a Sunday open-air céilí with the world-famous Kilfenora Céilí Band in its 105th year. Contact John Morgan, Andy Lambert at 00353 87 6896600 and jvmorgan1@eircom.net and andrewlambert@eircom.net and www.kilfenoraclare.com
  • 23rd April 2014
    The Boróimhe Suite performed by the National Folk Orchestra of Ireland, St. Flannan’s Church, Killaloe
    The Boróimhe Suite, commissioned by CCÉ to mark 2014, the Millennium of the death of Brian Ború, was composed and directed by Michael Rooney and will be performed by the National Folk Orchestra of Ireland in St. Flannan’s Church, Killaloe on the 23rd of April. Killaloe was home to Brian Ború and the ‘Capital of Ireland’ one thousand years ago during his reign as High King. This promises to be a fantastic experience and the show will open with a performance of Kincora Call, a tribute and call to arms for Brian Ború, performed by students of St. Anne’s Community College, Killaloe, who have performed to a national audience including the Launch of the National Brian Ború Millennium Commemorations at Trinity College Dublin. This once in a millennium opportunity is not to be missed. Tickets €20 are available locally in Killaloe and Ballina at Heaney Cost Cutters, The Green, Killaloe; Jimmy Whelan’s, Church St. Killaloe; and Mc Keogh’s Hardware, Ballina; and online at: www.coisnahabhna.ie. More information from Úna Kierse 086 8035157.
  • 20th April 2014
    Our Native Woodlands as known to Brian Ború, a CELT Guided Walk
    Tuamgraney
    A Centre for Environmental Living and Training guided walk in woodlands near Tuamgraney, home to the magnificent ‘Brian Ború Oak’ thought to have been a sapling when Brian Ború and his army camped in this area. Registration by text or email is essential. Contact Bob Wilson at 00353 87 6324644 and info@celtnet.org and www.celtnet.org
  • 13th April 2014
    Clare Youth Theatre perform in Glór, Ennis
    Clare Youth Theatre’s annual production takes place in Glor on Sunday 13th April at 3pm when 30 young people from all over the county will perform on stage. Many will star in Kohl, set in a New York Speakeasy in the early 1930's. A story of intrigue and espionage, glamour and tears, longing and laughter, Kohl takes us on a journey through the smoky, bourbon-soaked streets of 1930s New York, where cover-ups are commonplace, and mystery lurks at every street corner. From the seedy streets of New York, the Youth Theatre will then bring us deep into our imagination as 'Hester Hunts the Night Wolf'. Devised and directed by Clare Youth Theatre member Tess Hughes, it explores the works of fables such as the Grimm's fairy tales and and uses their common motifs to tell a story of love, fear and courage. Clare Youth Theatre is an initiative of the Arts Office of Clare County Council. This performance provides a wonderful insight to the work that Clare Youth Theatre does all year round. It will be of particular interest to those who may be interested in joining Clare Youth Theatre next September as it will give both parents and interested young people a good feel as to what can be achieved when a group of like minded individuals gather together in a safe and creative environment. Tickets from Glor at Tel: 065 6843103. For further information on Clare Youth Theatre contact the County Arts Office at 065 6899091.
  • 11th - 13th April 2014
    Brian Ború Millennium Commemorations, Killaloe Ballina
    Come along and enjoy re-enactments, pageantry, clan gatherings and the launch of the National Brian Ború Trail featuring the key Ború sites of Killaloe Ballina, Cashel, Clontarf and Armagh. Contact Úna Kierse 00353 86 8035157 and 2014@killaloeballina.ie and www.killaloeballina.ie/festivals-events/ and www.facebook.com/killaloeballina.ie
  • 11th - 13th April 2014
    Consairtín, The National Concertina Convention, Old Ground Hotel, Ennis
    Consairtín 2014 is a celebration of the concertina in traditional Irish music. This event provides a platform for enthusiasts of all ages to gather in an environment that will encourage learning, discussion, performance and fun. Contact Áine Hensey / Tim Collins 00353 86 2612127 and ainehensey@gmail.com and timncollins@eircom.net and http://www.consairtin.ie/programme/4578617099
  • 10th – 24th April 2014
    Source - Ennistymon Vocational School FETAC Art Exhibition
    Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon

    The Ennistymon Vocational School Exhibition (FETAC Level 5 & 6) sheds light on the creative processes of the current students. The variety and exploration of the media and subject matter is explored through Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture and Installations. These unite to make an exciting body of work.
  • 8th April - 2nd May 2014
    People and Places art exhibition at the Clare Museum
    Ennis artists, Sinead Slattery and David O’Rourke will hold an exhibition of work entitled People and Places at the Clare Museum. The two artists are members of the Clare Art Collective, and have worked together on a number of occasions before, as part of the group shows. Their latest exhibition features portraits, streetscapes and landscapes. David’s work features a collection of paintings, some new and some previously painted, which are united by the common theme. Among the places featured are Ennis, Kilkee and Sydney, Australia.
  • 6th April 2014
    ‘Heading out over Blackhead’ With Mary Howard, a Burrenbeo Trust walk.
    2pm at St Patricks Church, Fanore.
    Join the Burrenbeo Trust at Blackhead for a chance to explore the green road, the fort at Cathair Dhuin Irghuis, views of Galway Bay and much, much more led by Mary Howard, local walking guide, heritage enthusiast and Burrenbeo Trust Director. Please wear strong walking shoes, warm waterproof clothes and bring water / snacks. No dogs allowed. The walk is open to everyone, although a reasonable level of fitness is required. It is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a donation of €5 is suggested from non-members. For more information please email communications@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.
  • 4th - 6th April 2014
    2nd Kincora Traditional Weekend, Killaloe Ballina
    Concerts, recitals, workshops on traditional Irish music, song and dance. Contact Mike Hackett, 00353 86 0529278 and mikehackett@live.ie and www.kincoratradweekend.com

March 2014:

  • 31st March - 16th April 2014
    Tim King Art Exhibition, Culturlann Sweeney, Kilkee
    Tim King is a self-taught artist living in West Clare. He is originally from Limerick and moved to West Clare ten years ago with his wife and family. He always had an interest in drawing and in art in general, but it was not until later in life that he found out that he was good at drawing. His paintings are mostly landscapes in watercolour and mostly of the surrounding area where he lives in West Clare. He likes to work out in the open from sketches, and then when he gets back to the studio do a full painting of the sketch he has just done. He mostly works in watercolour but since he has started an adult education in Kilrush he has recently started using chalk pastels, charcoal and biro. His watercolours are all framed and mounted professionally and come in a range of sizes. He has also done a few pastel copies of the famous paintings of Toulouse-Lautrec which he found very interesting. His paintings range in price from €200 for the watercolours and for the bigger pastels €250. He also has copies of the original watercolours in mounts only for €35. Contact: timothyking271@gmail.com
  • 29 March - 25 April 2014
    ‘Metamorphosis’ Exhibition by Lori de Cartret Sheehan, Scariff Public Library
    Lori de Cartaret has been working on these paintings for the last 5 years since she started taking her passion for art more seriously. It has been a cathartic journey of soul searching, self-expression, tears and joy, and a huge learning curve in the methods of creating art. She has looked into her past, her memories, dreams and fears, confronting a few ghosts on the way, but having done so she has felt free and able to step out of the shadows of the past to look ahead. Her latest paintings are of the beauty and light which she is lucky enough to observe in the wild West of Ireland and on her many travels to France. She now wishes to share them with you. Website: http://loridecarteretartist.weebly.com
  • 28th - 30th March 2014
    Doolin Writers’ Weekend, Doolin
    Following on from the success of the inaugural Doolin Writers’ Weekend, The 2nd Annual Doolin Writers weekend will take place on the weekend of the 28th-30th March 2014. The weekend will consist of workshops in short story writing, poetry and novel writing, lectures and readings by some of Ireland’s leading writers, as well as some great traditional music and theatre It is a great opportunity for aspiring writers as well as literary fans & published authors to get together and celebrate everything that is good about Irish Literature. Many artists and writers spent time in Doolin, including J.M. Synge, George Bernard Shaw, Dylan Thomas, Augustus John and Oliver St. John Gogarty. This spring we look forward to welcoming back some of Ireland’s best writers for what we hope will become an annual literary event in North Clare. Contact Donal Minihane, 00353 65 7074111 and dminihane@hoteldoolin.ie and www.doolinwritersweekend.com
  • 24th March 2014
    Seán Mac Mathúna 1876-1949: Diarist and Dedicated Recorder of Clare Tradition
    by Pádraig Ó Héalaí - A North Clare Historical Society lecture.
    The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Time: 8pm Admission: €5
  • 21st March 2014
    The Voice of Joyce: An Exile Sings
    The Courthouse Gallery Ennistymon presents Noel O’ Grady’s one man show at 8pm. North Kerry born Noel is a five time Oireachtas na Gaeilge winner for traditional singing in Irish. He believes that music should move from the throat to the diaphragm to the heart, and home to the soul - where it belongs. He has performed this show in London, Berlin, Trieste and Russia. Noel will paint James Joyce’s life, loves and works in song, poetry and story, including his friendship with John McCormack and the great love story of his roller coaster life with Nora. Some of McCormack’s songs will feature as well as those of Thomas Moore.
  • 21st March 2014
    The WhistleBlast Quartet, Family Classics Tour
    Cultúrlann Sweeney, Kilkee
    The WhistleBlast Quartet - Ken Edge (Saxophones and Clarinet), Mary Curran (French Horn), Síle Daly (Oboe and Cor Anglais) and Andrew Synnott (Piano) - will perform for all ages in this fun filled, informal and informative Family Concert . Music will include Saint Saen’s Danse Macabre, Bizet’s Carmen Medley, well known Irish Tunes, a new work by Composer John Buckley, Film Themes and more! The Quartet’s exciting and diverse programming, with musical arrangements by the acclaimed Kenneth Edge, will appeal to all and help to inspire the interest of young people and their families in live music. The Quartet prides itself on making live classical music accessible to all so please do come along for some Fun and Great Music! Tickets €10 / €5 children / €25 families (2 adults, 2 children). Show starts at 7.30pm. For more information and bookings contact Kilkee Box Office (065)9060769, or email kilkeeboxoffice@clarelibrary.ie. Alternatively book online at www.glor.ie
  • Thursday 20th March 2014
    Happy - The Movie
    Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon from 10.00pm - 12.30pm.
    Happy takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy, exploring human happiness thorough interview with people from all walks of life in 14 different countries, weaving in the newest findings from leading scientists of positive psychology. Happy explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion. Admission free.
  • 19th March 2014
    Happy - The Movie
    Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon from 6.00pm - 7.45pm.
    In celebration of The UN International Day of Happiness, the Courthouse Gallery, in association with the North Clare Happiness Project, is screening “Happy –The Movie”. Happy is a 2011 feature documentary film directed, written, and co-produced by Academy Award nominated film-maker Roko Belic. It explores human happiness through interviews with people from all walks of life in 14 different countries, weaving in the newest findings of positive psychology. Admission free.
  • 19th March 2014
    Put the Kettle on - We are having a chat about tea! A Burrenbeo Trust talk with Juanita Browne at Tubber Village Hall at 8.30pm
    The Burrenbeo Trust finishes up its 'Tea and Talks' in Tubber series with an apt subject matter, Tea! Join us for the last in the series for this season at Tubber Village Hall. Juanita Browne is a Zoology graduate who migrated into print media and television after university. She published her first book Ireland’s Mammals in 2005. Besides wildlife, one of her other great loves is a nice cup of tea. Neither an addict nor connoisseur, she simply enjoys plain Irish tea and, most importantly, the chat that comes with it. Through her new book ‘Put the Kettle On – The Irish Love Affair with Tea’, Juanita investigates our tea habits and the rules, the warmth, the comfort and the craic in every brew across Ireland. We will be reminded of tea rationing during the war, tea drunk from bottles in the hayfield and sweet billycans on the bog. We hear about tea after childbirth, football matches and card games, tea at the office canteen, hospitals and wakes. Tea as the centre of many community events. More information on her book can be viewed here. Juanita would be delighted to hear any tea-related stories from the crowd. This talk is open to everyone. However, it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a suggested €5 donation from non-members. For more information please email trust@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.
  • 14th March 2014
    Rice College Fashion Show at Treacy’s West County Hotel
    Rice College Secondary School will host a fashion extravaganza ‘shop & style’ at Treacy’s West County at 7pm, the proceeds of which will go towards the provision of additional facilities and classrooms in the newly acquired school building. Local businesses and community groups have all rallied to sponsor the show, which promises to be a fantastic evening for all fashion-conscious ladies & gents featuring Spring/Summer collections from Freya Boutique, An Binsin Luachra, Pamela Scott, Kymari, Ela Maria, County Boutique, Nadine House, Carraig Donn, Willow, Frocks & Frills, Nozomi Shoe Boutique, Breda’s Evening Wear and Manix Menswear. Tickets are available from Rice College; Treacy’s West County and Lynch’s Centra, Gort Road, Ennis.
  • 7th - 9th March 2014
    Ennis Book Club Festival, Ennis
    The festival includes author readings, discussions, workshops and walking tours through the narrow streets and lanes of Ennis. The programme is wonderfully varied and includes fiction, poetry, social comment, literature and drama. Contact Ciana Campbell 087 9723647 / 085 7842822 and info@ennisbookclubfestival.com and www.ennisbookclubfestival.com
  • 7th - 9th March 2014
    Sets by the Sea, Spanish Point
    Sets, sessions, songs & a lot of fun throughout the weekend. Workshops and
    social dancing also. Contact Tina Walsh 00353 87 2988005
  • 6th March 2014
    One Two Three! Woodwind music for Solo, Duos and Trios – flute, clarinets and bassoon
    The Courthouse Gallery, Parliament Street, Ennistymon at 8 pm
    More info and contacts: info@thecourthousegallery.com & http://thecourthousegallery.com/
  • 2nd March 2014
    ‘Walking on the Edge - The Doolin Cliff Walk’, with Pat Sweeney
    Meet at 2pm at O’Connors, Doolin.
    The Burrenbeo March walk will be guided by local historian and farmer, Pat Sweeney who will follow the trail route along the spectacular coast and above the Doolin cliffs. The walk will be an ‘out and back’ exploration of the cliff path taking approximately 3 hours. The walk is weather dependent and dogs must be on a lead. The walk is open to everyone, although a reasonable level of fitness is required. It is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a donation of €5 is suggested from non-members. For more information please email communications@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.
  • 1st - 10th March 2014
    Three Act Drama Festival, Doonbeg
    The 53rd Doonbeg Drama Festival will take place from 1st – 10th March 2014. The adjudicator will be Michael Twomey. Doors open at 7pm and Curtain up at 8pm. Admission: Adults: €10; Children: €5; Season Ticket: €60. http://www.doonbeginfo.com/3actdramafestival.html

February 2014:

  • 28th February 2014
    Rock 'N' Roll Music Bingo in Aid of St. Enda's N.S.
    The Ritz Hotel, Lisdoonvarna at 8pm.
    For further information Call Pat Dowling at 086 0714753.
    Come along for a great nights entertainment.
  • 25th February 2014
    Gardening talk by Irish Seed Savers Association at Rowantree Café Bar, Ennis.
    In 2014, Clare Garden Festival wants to become more than a one-day event and offer garden enthusiasts a calendar of events in the run-up to the festival.
  • 24th February 2014
    Pledged as a rebel, an exploration of Cumann na mBan’s role in the Irish War of Independence
    by Tomás Mac Conmara, - a North Clare Historical Society lecture.
    The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Time: 8pm Admission: €5
  • 24th February – 2nd March 2014
    Corofin Trad Festival
    Traditional Music with various sessions in the local pubs and a Concert nightly in Teach Ceoil, Corofin.
    e-mail: corofintradfest@gmail.com; Website: www.corofintradfest.com
  • 22nd and 23rd February 2014
    Doonbeg Drama Festival presents "The Cavalcaders" at Cultúrlann Sweeney Kilkee.
    Set in a small town cobbler's shop, four shoe-makers make the mundane marvellous as they transform themselves nightly into The Cavalcaders, a singing quartet that prides itself on harmony, comic patter and romantic sentiment. The Cavalcaders is a wistful memory play, blending music and comedy with a brutally honest depiction of emotional warfare and personal betrayal, as we witness the group, and particularly its leader Terry, disintegrate before our very eyes. Starts 8.30pm. Tickets Adults €10, Students €5. For more information and tickets contact kilkeeboxoffice@clarelibrary.ie or ring (065) 9060769. Alternatively book online at www.glor.ie
  • 22nd February 2014
    7 km Walk and 10 km Run in support of Corofin National School & Corofin Christmas Lights and Crib.
    Registration: GAA Hall Corofin at 12pm. Walk and Run will begin at 12.30pm. €10 per entry, free for kids.
  • 22nd February 2014
    Making a willow bench – outdoor furniture making with Veerle Claeys
    at X-PO Kilnaboy, 10.00am
    Veerle Claeys will facilitate the construction of a willow bench at the X-PO community hub in Kilnaboy overlooking the river Fergus on Saturday the 22nd of February. Meeting time is 10.00 am for anyone interested in taking part. There will be a lunch break and the living willow bench should be completed by 3.00 pm. Please bring packed lunch, plus loppers and secateurs if possible. The event is free of charge and it offers people an excellent opportunity to learn the skill of working with willow. More information 087 292 54 87.
  • 21st – 24th February 2014
    Russell Memorial Weekend Festival
    Doolin, County Clare
    The Russell Memorial Weekend is a traditional festival held in Doolin on the the last full weekend in February each year. The festival began in 1995 as a remembrance ceremony to Micho Russell, the world-famous traditional musician, who died in 1994. In 2006 by request of the Russell family the festival was renamed the Russell Memorial Weekend in memory of the three Russell brothers, Micho, Packie, and Gussie.
    More info: http://www.michorussellweekend.ie/festivalnews.html
  • 21st of February 2014
    Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey, a film by Lelia Doolan at Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery
    Made over a period of nine years, this is the first full-length film on Bernadette McAliskey’s work and ideas since John Goldschmidt’s pioneering documentary in 1969. It will be screened in the Courthouse Gallery in Ennistymon on Friday 21st of February 2014 at 8pm. More info...
  • 20th February 2014
    Heroes of the potato revolution, a talk by Deirdre O Mahony
    at X-PO Kilnaboy, 8.00pm
    Artist Deirdre O Mahony will give a talk entitled Heroes of the Potato Revolution at the X-PO in Kilnaboy on Thursday 20th February at 8.00pm. The lecture will focus on some of the heroes of the Potato revolution who came to her notice while researching the SPUD project at X-PO. Deirdre will discuss some of the individuals who have changed our perception of the potato including Antoine-Augustin Parmentier. He was responsible for the widespread adoption of the potato into the French diet. Mention will also be made of botanist Nicolay Ivanovich Vavilov who began the Soviet seed-stock breeding program in the wake of the famine that killed millions after the First World War. The Sarvaris family, who introduced the blight-resistant Sarpo varieties, are building on the legacy of Vavilov. These people and more will be the subject of the talk. Deirdre O’Mahony is an artist, writer and lecturer at the Centre for Creative Arts, GMIT. All are welcome to the event and admission is free. More information 087 292 54 87.
  • 19th February 2014
    Casting Call for “A Minutes Wait, The West Clare Railway” with Junkshun Productions
    Venue: West Clare Railway station at Moyasta at 7 pm
    Following the success of “Laughter in Court”, Junkshun Productions are now staging an adaptation of “A Minutes Wait” based on the John Ford’s film, shot in 1956 in Kilkee. The first performance will take place in June with further performances throughout the summer months. For those that haven’t seen this comedy, the entire film is about getting on and off the train to the bar with unforeseen consequences. The speaking parts are few and short but many extras are needed. The speaking roles will be double-cast to lessen the commitment. Technical, backstage and front-of-house volunteers are also required. If interested, please attend the West Clare Railway station at Moyasta on Sunday 16th February at 1 pm or Wednesday 19th February at 7 pm. The 20 minute original film will be shown and our plans fully explained. Richard 086 366 7000
  • 19th February 2014
    The Holy Wells of the Burren - Pilgrimage, folk medicine & old-fashioned fun
    Burrenbeo Trust February Talk with Tony Kirby
    Tubber Village Hall, 8.30pm at (OS52 N395 W956)
    Tony Kirby, a Limerick city native, has been operating a walking tourism business in the Burren for the last ten years. He is the author of The Burren and the Aran Islands - A Walking Guide (Collins Press 2009). Last year Tony produced the short film West Cork set at St Gobnait’s holy well in Ballyvourney, County Cork. He is currently carrying out research on a number of holy wells in the Burren. This talk is open to everyone. However, it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a suggested €5 donation from non-members. For more information please email trust@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096. Link for Tubber Village Hall...
  • 19th February 2014
    Tom Crean – Antarctic Explorer
    Glór Irish Music Centre, Causeway Link, Ennis, County Clare, 7pm.
    Tom Crean, the intrepid Antarctic explorer and one of Ireland’s unsung heroes, is brought to life in this dramatic and humorous solo performance by Aidan Dooley. Hear the riveting true stories of Crean’s Antarctic explorations as one of the few men to serve with both Scott and Shackleton and survive the three famous expeditions. Crean’s story is a testament of human fortitude against all the elements of the Antarctic, his 36 mile, solitary trek to base camp during the Terra Nova expedition to rescue his comrades Teddy Evans and William Lashly has been described by Antarctic historians as “the finest feat of individual heroism from the entire age of exploration”. He was subsequently awarded the Albert Medal for his bravery. This multi-award winning show has now played critically acclaimed sell-out performances throughout Ireland, USA, Australia, Europe and the UK.
    Phone: 065-6843103 Email: patrick@glor.ie Web:http://www.glor.ie/events#e444
  • 18th February 2014
    Gardening talk by Bloom silver medal winner Lisa McKnight at Rowantree Café Bar, Ennis.
    In 2014, Clare Garden Festival wants to become more than a one-day event and offer garden enthusiasts a calendar of events in the run-up to the festival.
  • 17th February 2014
    A Visual Artists Ireland common room cafe event with Aideen Barry at Glór in Ennis
    This is an informal event at 1:30pm for artists re networking and information exchange. Participants will contribute to conversations, share ideas and propose future professional development training workshops in the county of Clare.
  • 16th February 2014
    Clare Branch Alzheimer's Society Annual 10K Walk, Fanore
    Registration for the walk starts at 9.30am until 1pm at Donoghue’s Pub at Fanore, with free refreshments, music and dancing after the walk in Donoghue’s.
  • 16th February 2014
    Casting Call for “A Minutes Wait, The West Clare Railway” with Junkshun Productions
    Venue: West Clare Railway station at Moyasta at 1pm
    Following the success of “Laughter in Court”, Junkshun Productions are now staging an adaptation of “A Minutes Wait” based on the John Ford’s film, shot in 1956 in Kilkee. The first performance will take place in June with further performances throughout the summer months. For those that haven’t seen this comedy, the entire film is about getting on and off the train to the bar with unforeseen consequences. The speaking parts are few and short but many extras are needed. The speaking roles will be double-cast to lessen the commitment. Technical, backstage and front-of-house volunteers are also required. If interested, please attend the West Clare Railway station at Moyasta on Sunday 16th February at 1 pm or Wednesday 19th February at 7 pm. The 20 minute original film will be shown and our plans fully explained. Richard 086 366 7000
  • 15th February 2014
    Sketchup workshop for artists and art practioners
    Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery, Parliament St. Ennistymon from 1-5pm
    3D models can revolutionise the way you work, from design to grant application to installation & layout. The workshop, led by Cathal Murphy, is four hours long, and will cover Templates, Measuring & Drawing, Manipulating 3D objects, Textures & Colours, Adding Dimensions to Drawings, Exporting Images and 3D models, Importing a floor-plan or image, Using MagicPlan etc. Bring your own laptop (Mac or PC) with Sketchup installed: go to http://www.sketchup.com/. Workshop fee €15
  • 14th - 16th February 2014
    Oidhreacht an Chláir presents Concertina Cruinniú
    Miltown Malbay, County Clare
    More info at http://oac.ie/site/content/cc 202014 details
    Email: eolas@oac.ie, Phone: 00353 65-7085785
  • 13th February 2014
    “The Clash of the Ash” feature film to be shown at the X-PO Kilnaboy
    “The Clash of the Ash” is regarded as one of the masterpieces of 1980s Irish cinema. The film will be projected at the X-PO community hub in Kilnaboy on Thursday February 13th at 8.00 pm. The film is autobiographical and is set in Fermoy, County Cork in the 1980s. Fergus Tighe made the film and he will be in attendance for the screening. Admission to the event is free and all are welcome. More information 087 292 54 87.
  • 4th February - 6th March 2014
    On the Edge of a Blue Sky - an exhibition by Fiona Kelly and Lorraine Walsh
    Main Gallery, Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery, Parliament Street, Ennistymon
    On the Edge of a Blue Sky is a multi-disciplinary exhibition by Fiona Kelly and Lorraine Walsh. The artists' enquiry into abandoned and waste ground opens a conversation which considers the legacy and also the potential of these increasingly familiar environments.
    Opening Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 4pm
  • 4th February - 6th March 2014
    “Imram”, an exhibition by Josephine Geaney
    Red Couch Space, Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery, Parliament Street, Ennistymon.
    This exhibition “Imram” features sculptures made from bog oak, printed decayed canvas, and ashes, accompanied by paintings using images of boats crossing through boundaries to approach new partially visible dimensions.
    Opening Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 4pm
  • 4th - 28th February 2014
    “Emerge” - an exhibition bringing together the work of four emerging artists.
    Culturlann Sweeney, Kilkee
    Nathalie El Baba Phyllis Haran, Elaine Quinlan and Emma Stewart-Liberty met while studying Fine Art at GMIT Galway, graduating in 2012. Each artist explores their own particular interpretation of the drawn or painted image, creating a divergent, interesting and engaging exhibition spanning the genres of abstraction to representation, in a variety of media. This exhibition has been kindly assisted by the Clare Arts Office. Opening reception Saturday 8th Feb 12.00 - 13.30pm, all are welcome. Exhibition runs from 4th Feb - 28th Feb and can be viewed in the foyer during library opening hours. For more information contact Emma Stewart-Liberty (065) 7077997 or email emmastewartliberty@gmail.com
  • 2nd February 2014
    ‘Walking the Wetlands’ to celebrate World Wetlands Day, With Stephen Ward
    Burrenbeo Trust February Walk, 2pm at Rinecaha (52R 364 942)
    The theme for the 2014 World Wetlands Day is 'Wetlands and Agriculture' as 2014 is the UN International Year of Family Farming. The slogan for the day is 'Wetlands and Agriculture: Partners for Growth,' placing a focus on the need for the wetland, water and agricultural sectors to work together for the best shared outcomes. Dr Stephen Ward, botanist and founder of the Clare Botanical Recording Society, will lead an exploration of some of the Burren’s wetlands to mark international world wetlands day. Please wear strong walking shoes and warm waterproof clothes. Start point for the walk is marked here http://goo.gl/maps/G4xVo. The walk is open to everyone. However, it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a donation of €5 is suggested from non-members. For more information please email communications@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.

January 2014:

  • 27th January 2014
    Sporting activity and wagering in 18th century Ireland
    by Kieran Sheedy - a North Clare Historical Society lecture.
    The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Time: 8pm Admission: €5
    Click here for more info...
  • 25th - 26th January 2014
    Energy Festival at The Boghill Centre, Boghill, Kilfenora
    This two day festival will include a range of energy generating taster activities - yoga, chakra balancing, djembe drumming, ceramotherapy, tai chi, singing, belly dancing, meditation and lots more. Contact Sonja O’Brien 00353 65 7074644 boghill@eircom.net and www.boghill.com and www.facebook.com/boghillcentre
  • 25th January 2014
    Corofin Tradfest concert with Mick, Michelle and Louise Mulcahy & Cyril O'Donoghue
    Teach Ceoil, Corofin
    Corofin Tradfest will be running a concert at 8.30 p.m. where Mick, Michelle and Louise Mulcahy will be joined on the night by Cyril O'Donoghue. This multi talented family have not played at the Teach for some time so don't miss out on this opportunity. It promises to be a great night of music and song. Tickets are €15. To reserve your ticket just respond to this email or text Damien O'Reilly on 0863727738.
  • 18th January 2014
    Oidhreacht an Chláir Gala Concert
    Armada Hotel, Spanish Point, County Clare, 8.30pm.
    The concert is headlined by Liam O'Flynn, Paddy Glackin, Dónal Lunny and also features Edel Fox, Neil Byrne, Con 'Fada' Ó Drisceoil, The Four Star Trio as well as the Eugene Donnellan Set Dancers.
    More info at http://oac.ie/site/content/gig2014
    Email: eolas@oac.ie, Phone: 00353 65-7085785
  • 18th January 2014
    “Calling all poets” - Winter Music Festival Poetry Readings
    Sixmilebridge Courthouse, 2pm.
    With guests The Clare Three Legged Stool Poets, Clare Sawtell, Louise McMahon, Mary Ellen Fean, Bernadettee Nesbit Shiel, and featuring St. Finnachta’s School Poetry Competition Winners, followed by an Open Mic Session. Admission Free.
  • 17th January 2014
    Stagecoach Clare taster session, Cois na hAbhna, Ennis
    Stagecoach Clare, part of the world's largest theatre school network, have announced a two week taster session for new children on Friday 17th January at 4.30 p.m.. The schools, which are complementary, yet independent of normal academic study, train children and teenagers in quality classes each week in dance, drama and singing. For a prospectus, call 091 556274 or enrol online today at www.stagecoach.ie/clare. Places are strictly limited and some classes are now nearly full for this term.
  • 16th - 20th January 2014
    Shannonside Winter Music Weekend
    Sixmilebridge & Bunratty, County Clare
    You’re in for a treat of great music, great food, great hospitality and exceptional talent at the 15th Shannonside Winter Music Weekend, celebrating musical diversity. You don’t need a weekend ticket to enjoy yourself. There are FREE “fleadh” style sessions along with poetry, singers' sessions, and pub gigs all weekend in Sixmilebridge, and an extensive selection of ticketed events including set dancing, intimate concerts and the concert trail in Bunratty Folk Park. The choice is yours. All you have to do is turn up!
    http://www.wmw.ie/
  • 15th January 2014
    “…and then it goes to the sea”: Bell Harbour as an example of the complexity of coastal karst catchments, with Dr Tiernan Henry, 8.30pm @ Tubber Village Hall.
    The Burrenbeo Trust winter talk series is in full flow (!) and carries into the new year with a talk on hydrogeology. The diverse series of winter talks is on every third Wednesday of the month in Tubber Village Hall until March so pop it in your diary. Tiernan Henry is a hydrogeologist with more than 20 years of experience in Ireland and the US. A graduate of TCD he completed his MSc in the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After working on a number of US EPA-funded projects he returned to Ireland where he worked in consultancy dealing with a large range of surface and groundwater issues and problems. He joined Earth & Ocean Sciences at NUIG in 2003 and his research work has focused on better understanding of coastal karst catchments and on the importance of fractures and faults in controlling groundwater flows. This talk is open to everyone. However, it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a suggested €5 donation from non-members. For more information please email trust@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.
  • 14th - 31st January 2014
    All that is Solid Melts into Air - an exhibition of photography by Pip Sides and paintings by Cathal Butler.
    Cultúrlann Sweeney, Kilkee.
    For further information contact: Pip Sides info@loopyhouse.com or Cathal Butler butlercathal@gmail.com
  • 13th - 31st January 2014
    “Wood Sculptures Exhibition” by Gerry Fenniman
    Clare Museum Foyer, Ennis
    For further information contact: gfenniman@yahoo.com & http://gerardfenniman.com/
  • 11th January 2014
    Monster Céilí in Cois na hAbhna, Ennis
    Hosted by Tulla CCÉ - Dancing 9:30 -12:30 pm
    Tulla Comhaltas would like to thank you for your support
    Music by Five Counties Céilí Band. Adm: €10.00
  • 11th January – 1st February 2014
    ‘Traces’ by Robert Dunne and Cormac O’Neill
    Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon.
    Official opening on Saturday 11th January at 4pm.
    Robert Dunne's work is mainly about growing up in a small mining village in north Kilkenny. It explores issues about identity and the uncertainty which comes with it. Robert has created a site specific piece especially for this show, the piece involved working with schools kids from Kilkenny and Ennistymon, to create brown paper bag houses, which will be on show en masse, and this piece is about hiding and exposing parts of one’s identity. Cormac O’Neill is a painter. His painting is intuitive and expressive.
  • 11th January – 1st February 2014
    'Who Am I?' – a series of self-portrait paintings by Kris T. Verengafficial
    Red Couch Space, Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon.
    This exhibition by Kris T. Verengafficial opens on Saturday 11th January at 4 pm. The question 'Who Am I' is a provocative one and a question that the artist has been addressing as a life pursuit.
  • 7th January 2014
    John Francis O'Reilly (1916 - 1971), the "flighty" boy from Clare
    Clare and Shannon Archaeological and Historical Societies' joint lecture series continues next Tuesday evening, January 7 with a lecture entitled John Francis O'Reilly (1916 - 1971), the "flighty" boy from Clare. Historian Anthony Kinsella will discuss the life and career of O'Reilly who grew up in Kilkee. He was working as a farm labourer on Jersey when the Channel Islands were occupied by the Germans in July 1940. He collaborated with the invaders before going to Berlin in September 1941 having worked in a steelworks at Braunschweig in Germany. He joined the staff of Irland-Redaktion, the Irish section of the German broadcasting service, and made his first broadcast to neutral Ireland in October 1941. In September 1942 he joined German Military Intelligence and was involved in planning his return to Ireland by submarine. In December 1943 he parachuted from a German aircraft landing at Moveen. O'Reilly was arrested at his family home in Kilkee and was held in Arbour Hill Military Detention Barracks, Dublin from where he escaped in July 1944. He was re-arrested at the family home and returned to Arbour Hill until released in May 1945. The lecture starts at 8pm at the Civic Rooms, Drumbiggle, Ennis. All welcome.
  • 5th January 2014
    ‘Blow off the Christmas cobwebs at Cathair Dhuin Irghuis’ with Mary Howard.
    A Burrenbeo Trust Walk. Meet at 1.30pm at Murroughtoohy Layby.

    Join the Burrenbeo Trust for a chance to burn off some of those Christmas excesses. The first monthly walk of 2014 will be a climb to Cathair Dhuin Irghuis above Blackhead with Mary Howard. The walk begins at the earlier start time of 1.30 pm from Murroughtoohy layby at Fanore. Please wear strong walking shoes, warm waterproof clothes and bring water / snacks - this will be a strenuous walk - No dogs allowed. The walk is open to everyone. However, it is free for Burrenbeo Trust Members and a donation of €5 is suggested from non-members. Memberships and renewals available on the walk. For more information please email communications@burrenbeo.com or phone 091 638096.

See http://www.glor.ie for events at Glór Irish Music Centre, Ennis
See http://www.burrencollege.ie/ for events at the Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan
See http://www.burrenpaintingcentre.com for courses at O'Neill's Burren Painting Centre, Lisdoonvarna
See http://www.burrenpaintingcentre.com and http://www.artatthepark.net for courses at Art at the Park, Killanena

See also: Events Calendar 2013, Events Calendar 2012, Events Calendar 2011, Events Calendar 2010, Events Calendar 2009, Events Calendar 2008, Events Calendar 2007, Events Calendar 2006, Events Calendar 2005, Events Calendar 2004, Events Calendar 2003, Events Calendar 2002 and Events Calendar 2001

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