This very popular competition for young fishermen and fisherwomen is sponsored by Frank Wallace and kindly organised by Danny Breen and the South West Fisheries Board. Tahilla Long Lake is a well-established fishing destination and is well-stocked. So get your fishing gear and try to win the great prizes and trophies.
20th July 2012
16th - 20th July
ADULT & CHILD GOLF COMPETITION
4 - 7pm
Parknasilla Golf Course
€15 per team
Parknasilla Golf Club is hosting a competition comprising of teams of 2, one adult and one child, with the child ranging in age between 6 and 12 years. Please Book a Tee Time at the Golf Club
Everyone can join in the Drum Circle for a fabulous uplifting experience. Follow Drum Dance Ireland's experienced drummers in a range of fun games and activities with drums, percussion and other sound instruments, including voice, body percussion and other whacky things! All the instruments are provided.
10.30am - 1.30pm
WALK: Sneem Sunset Walk
The Festival Stage
This sponsored walk has been organised by Maggie Tindale to raise funds for the Marie Keating Foundation. 10 km walk - Derry West/Kerry Way Loop, arriving back into Sneem.
Walkers are invited to wear decorated bras - (the theme for the decoration is 'The Heart of Ireland' but this is entirely optional). Gather in North Square at the Festival Stage at 6pm. Walk commences at 6.30pm Sponsorship Forms available in Sneem Resource Centre or from Maggie Tindale (contact 087 668 9615)
Donations welcome from walkers not seeking sponsorship.
10am - 12pm
1.00pm - 6.00pm
1 hour tour €30
Kids Free (accompanied by an adult )
5 - 12 year olds, U5 must be accompanied by a responsible adult
10.30am - 1.30pm
7.30pm til late
CoCoMoJo are a lively 7-piece band from West Cork, playing catchy songs and funky grooves that are sure to have you dancing and singing along. Driven by punchy saxophone riffs, powerful vocal harmonies, and funky bass and guitar lines, evocative of the 70s dance scene yet contemporary too, their songs are all original... yet you will feel as if you heard them before, back in the day!