Thank you to The Glen Centre Manorhamilton and Temper-Mental MissElayneous, Elaine Feeney and Stephen Murphy for staging the prelude to our festival and gave us a memorable night’s entertainment.

Well this year’s Festival is over and we are looking forward to meeting you all again in 2018. Thank you to everyone who gave their time and efforts for making it such a success. We have photographs of a lot of memories from the weekend and there will be more on the way. Please visit our Facebook page and enjoy some of the memories.
A special thank you to Declan O’Rourke, Mick Blake, FreeSpeakingMonkey, Fergus O’Dalaigh who opened the Festival on Friday night. We had a full house on the night.

Thank you to Zoltan and Ballyshannon Guitar Orchestra for the 2pm – 5pm open Mic on Saturday, to Amber and all who helped out with the Arts and Crafts Workshop. Especially to the children who took part.

We are grateful for the use of our National School and getting an opportunity to see all the facilities it has to offer to our Community. This proves that Kiltyclogher National School is the heart of our community.
It's facilities are up there with the best of the Country.
Congratulations to the teachers and children on recently winning their 6 Green Flag.

This was the first time we featured a Poetry Event and we are grateful to Sinead Morrissey, Monica Corish and Teresa Lally, for sheering their love for life through prose.

The Candle lit vigil in the Heritage Centre and the Meditation and Grief Workshop with Pauline Morgan in library gave an opportunity to remember our loved ones.

We were blessed with the gift of music from Clara Tracey, Barry McCann, Darktown,
Cian Rock, Tadgh Murphy The Ronan Gallagher Band, in the Independent Tent.

The Social Dance with Cascades Band in the Holiday Centre proved a great success.

Sunday stood out on its own and thank you to everyone who took part in the days entertainment, from those who visited the village to those who provided the entertainment.
The unveiling of Remembrance Tree plaque opposite Holiday Centre was a special occasion and an opportunity for our community to express our support for all those effected by grief. The inscription on the plaque sculptured by Seamus Dunbar says it all ‘Seamus Dunbar.

Courtesy of Jane Chambless Wright, Corracloone, Kiltyclogher, Co Leitrim

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