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Food & Drink Festivals in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford.
Cashel Arts Fest is a 10 day festival of music, visual art, theatre, comedy, film, talks, workshops, family and children's events. A voluntary committee work hard year-round to bring an exciting and varied programme of events to Cashel each November. The festival endeavours to provide opportunities for all sections of the community to engage with a variety of art disciplines in an enjoyable and meaningful way, liasing with local primary and secondary schools as well as youth groups and organisations involving older people. Workshops for young and old will take place throughout the festival.
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In its 46th year, the Strawberry Festival will be gathering in the Strawberry Village 28 - 30 June 2013! Entertainment for all ages. Tickets are on sale NOW for the Strawberry Festival Ball & Princesses launch night at 4 star Riverside Park Hot. Only €40 for dinner, meet the Princesses, dance to "Something Blue". County Wexford Strawberry Festival provides relaxed, ambient craft workshops, kids entertainment as well as adults. With gourmet food stalls, festival trades and scheduled kids activities throughout the weekend. Guaranteed fun and frolics over special weekend.
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The Festival of the Sea is an annual event designed to promote cultural, historic and community ties between Southeast Ireland and the Southern Avalon region of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. An alternating biennial festival with the Irish which launched in 2005, it aims to link County Waterford's Dunmore East, Passage East, Cheekpoint and Ring and County Wexford's Ballyhack, Duncannon, Kilmore Quay, Fethard-on-Sea & Hook Head with the different communities of the Cape Shore and Irish Loop on the island of Newfoundland. Every year the festival is held over two weekends in May and is designed to celebrate the cultures of coastal communities, in particular local sustainable coastal amenities, especially wildlife, heritage, tourism, and industry.
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The Kilmore Quay Seafood Festival takes place over 4 days from the first Thursday in July and is about much more than seafood. The annual programme is packed with music, street theatre, stalls, exhibitions, and plenty of children’s activities. Seafood is the star of the show, of course, so you can sample the celebrated seafood platters in the Stella Maris Centre throughout the festival. Even though the programme is packed with events for everyone, this is definitely a festival for gourmet seafood lovers. At this time every year, the unassuming fishing village of Kilmore Quay in Waterford gets the chance to showcase its wonderful seafood to the world and give visitors the opportunity sample the huge range of fish harvested from the seas that surround this beautiful island. Don’t miss this chance to try out the finest and freshest seafood you are ever likely to taste!
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The Savour Kilkenny Festival is the Kilkenny's largest festival dedictated to all things culinary and is relatively new to the city. The festival showcases the vibrant food culture in Kilkenny is usually held over the October Bank holiday each year. It features exquisite dining, food and wine tasting, baking competitions, cooking demonstrations, a food trail, food markets, celebrity chef cookery classes and a gala dinner. It also features lots of music and street entertainment throughout the city.
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Waterford Festival of Food is a delightful culinary weekend in Dungarvan celebrating best gastronomy in Ireland's South East. Internationally renowned chefs hold talks, food art exhititions, slow food events and workshops for kids. There is also a family picnic in the park, food trails, a farmers market and lots of other family entertainment. <b>Festival highlights include:</b> Tasting trails with meat, fish and vegetables. Seminars and Cookery demonstrations from top chefs A five dish demonstrationBord by Bia's Food Advisor A Picnic in the Park with live music Childrens workshops such as Cake decoration, mobile farm, butter making and much more
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Waterford Harvest Festival is a fun filled festival celebrating the culinary heritage and culture of Waterford, the South East and Ireland as a whole. The festival aims to involve people in the appreciation of good, clean, fair food while showcasing all the gastronomic delights the region has to offer. Each year the festival gets bigger and better than before. Attractions include the return of the very popular ‘Picnic and Play’ in the People’s Park and the hugely successful all-island farmers and country market which took over the streets of Waterford City over two days last year. Takes place every year in Mid September.
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Wexford Strawberry Festival in Enniscorthy County Wexford celebrates the strawberry. Events include the crowning of the Strawberry Queen, The Strawberry Ball, All Ireland Farmers Market Competition, food demonstrations, music and sporting events. Every year a Strawberry Queen is selected who is put forward to compete in the Waterford heat of the Rose of Tralee. Strawberries grown and picked in County Wexford are sold throughout the festival. Strawberry Fest takes place over the June Bank holiday weekend every year.
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