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Lunasa Festival

394 Seacoast Road, Magilligan, Limavady, Derry/Londonderry, BT49 0LA
exterior of Magilligan Community Centre
  • exterior of Magilligan Community Centre
  • people sitting on chairs listening to a speaker
  • group of people running with colour flares
  • a man operating a traditional spinning wheel
  • woven seahorse craft
  • view of Binevenagh Mountain


Magilligan Community Association is delighted to present a programme of events to celebrate the joint heritage and traditional midsummer start of harvest. This family friendly festival will explore our heritage with hands on activities and fun experiences.

Friday 5th August

11am Corn Dolly making
11am Museum Services present: Exploring everyday artefacts
11am Kids Crafts
12pm Story Telling workshop with Liz Weir
12pm Kerri Mullan Harpist
12pm Spinning Wheel Demonstration
12pm Carrot planting @ Magilligan Allotments
2.30pm Felt Workshop with Andrea Hayes, Textile Artist (Booking Essential on 07894248283)

Saturday 6th August

11am Bread Making Demonstration
11am Museum Services present: Exploring everyday artefacts
11am Kids Crafts with You Rock
12pm Soup Sampling with Magilligan Community Fridge
1pm Horse Shoe pitching
1pm 'Walking the line: the Ordnance Survey of Magilligan' talk by Mark Doherty

Sunday 7th August

11am Craft Market
11am Bouncy Castles
11am Make and Take Crafts
11am Face painting until 1pm
1pm Irish Dancing Demonstration by Solas School of Irish Dancing
2pm Family Sports Day ending with a Colour Run

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