Friday 25th October

BURREN WINTERAGE SCHOOL - HNV FARMING ACROSS EUROPE - PRESENTATIONS & A BURREN LEARNING EXCURSION 

Friday 25th Oct

9:30am-10pm    

Lisdoonvarna Pavilion, Carron & Kilfenora

'Working together for the conservation of High Nature Value farmland across Europe’.

ADM: Purchase Burren Winterage School tickets here.

Check Burren Winterage School Programme page for details

BOOK READING -  ‘LAY OF THE LAND’ 

Friday 25th Oct

3pm-4pm    

Lisdoonvarna Public Library

 

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Fiona O’Connell reads from ‘Lay of the Land’, her collected articles from her weekly column in The Sunday Independent, on conservation, animal rights, history, folklore, biography and the natural world. "Reading 'Lay of the Land' is like opening a beautiful bundle of love letters to nature - and human nature" - Marty Morrissey.  The book will be on sale for €12.99.

ADM: Free 

BOOK READING - ‘THE COW BOOK’

Friday 25th Oct

5pm-6pm    

Lisdoonvarna Public Library

 

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John Connell, author of ‘The Cow Book’, talks about his experience as a returned emigrant on the family farm in Longford.

‘A meditation on the real meaning of home and place’ – The Irish Times. The book will be on sale for €15.

ADM: Free

FILM SCREENINGS - FARMING FOR NATURE ACROSS IRELAND

Friday 25th Oct

6:30pm-8pm    

The Burren centre, Kilfenora. 

 

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Screening of a series of 10 short films on 2019 ‘Farming for Nature’ ambassadors. See farmingfornature.ie for info. 

ADM: Free

NORTH CLARE  TRADITIONAL MUSIC 

 

Friday 25th Oct

9pm-12pm    

Lisdoonvarna Roadside Tavern 

 

Celebration of the life and music of trad musician Micilin Conlon.  A feast of trad led by North Clare musicians.  

ADM: Free

 

 

The Burren Winterage Festival is coordinated by the landscape charity Burrenbeo Trust with support from the Burren Programme, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, The Heritage Council and FBD Insurance. Burrenbeo Trust is a non-profit organisation that relies on support from the local community and various organisations to carry out its work.  The Trust is hugely grateful for all its supporters.

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