Dec
14
Fri
Clifden Friday Market @ Clifden Market Square
Dec 14 all-day

Every Friday morning, the town of Clifden comes alive to the sounds of rattling metal poles, the popping of tents and the chatter of the street traders that all come together to form the farmers’ market on the aptly named Market Square.

The Clifden Farmer’s Market has a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public. Be sure to arrive early, as most of the produce and stalls are gone by noon There’s a good selection of organic vegetables, homemade breads, pies, herbs, fruits, flowers, plants and some clothing.

Dec
15
Sat
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart
Dec 15 all-day
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart

There sheep sale is held every Saturday and begins at 11am. They have large amounts of blackface sheep and crossbreds with few texels, suffolks, etc. They pride ourselves with having large amounts genuine Connemara/Mayo mountain sheep. The sheep sale is on Saturdays all year around.

They hold  weekly cattle sales on Saturdays after the sheep sales at approximately 12:30 pm. Maam Cross Mart pride themselves in having genuine cattle from North Mayo to South Connemara and beyond.  Cows lead our sale, followed by bulls, heifers and heifer weanlings, bullocks, and bull weanlings. As the year goes on and numbers get bigger, they move the cattle sale to Monday evenings. This usually occurs in late July.

Monthly horse sales from April to December. Maam Cross stands as the gateway to Connemara and as such, we have genuine Connemara pony for sale. The Connemara breed is world renowned and has a great reputation and being located where we are, we have our sale on the first Friday of every month starting April 6th. Limited lots on the day so please fill an entry form in advance. (Text taken from http://www.maamcrossmart.com/)

Dec
20
Thu
The Magic of Dance” Christmas Show
Dec 20 @ 5:00 pm

The Curley School of Irish Dancing would like to invite you all to their Annual Christmas Show!
A fantastic evening of music and dance performed by the amazingly talented dancers of the school!
BIGGER & BETTER than ever before – A night definately not to be missed!

For more information please call Bernie (0863356413) or Ellen (0863201977).

Dec
21
Fri
Clifden Friday Market @ Clifden Market Square
Dec 21 all-day

Every Friday morning, the town of Clifden comes alive to the sounds of rattling metal poles, the popping of tents and the chatter of the street traders that all come together to form the farmers’ market on the aptly named Market Square.

The Clifden Farmer’s Market has a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public. Be sure to arrive early, as most of the produce and stalls are gone by noon There’s a good selection of organic vegetables, homemade breads, pies, herbs, fruits, flowers, plants and some clothing.

Dec
22
Sat
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart
Dec 22 all-day
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart

There sheep sale is held every Saturday and begins at 11am. They have large amounts of blackface sheep and crossbreds with few texels, suffolks, etc. They pride ourselves with having large amounts genuine Connemara/Mayo mountain sheep. The sheep sale is on Saturdays all year around.

They hold  weekly cattle sales on Saturdays after the sheep sales at approximately 12:30 pm. Maam Cross Mart pride themselves in having genuine cattle from North Mayo to South Connemara and beyond.  Cows lead our sale, followed by bulls, heifers and heifer weanlings, bullocks, and bull weanlings. As the year goes on and numbers get bigger, they move the cattle sale to Monday evenings. This usually occurs in late July.

Monthly horse sales from April to December. Maam Cross stands as the gateway to Connemara and as such, we have genuine Connemara pony for sale. The Connemara breed is world renowned and has a great reputation and being located where we are, we have our sale on the first Friday of every month starting April 6th. Limited lots on the day so please fill an entry form in advance. (Text taken from http://www.maamcrossmart.com/)

Dec
28
Fri
Clifden Friday Market @ Clifden Market Square
Dec 28 all-day

Every Friday morning, the town of Clifden comes alive to the sounds of rattling metal poles, the popping of tents and the chatter of the street traders that all come together to form the farmers’ market on the aptly named Market Square.

The Clifden Farmer’s Market has a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public. Be sure to arrive early, as most of the produce and stalls are gone by noon There’s a good selection of organic vegetables, homemade breads, pies, herbs, fruits, flowers, plants and some clothing.

Dec
29
Sat
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart
Dec 29 all-day
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart

There sheep sale is held every Saturday and begins at 11am. They have large amounts of blackface sheep and crossbreds with few texels, suffolks, etc. They pride ourselves with having large amounts genuine Connemara/Mayo mountain sheep. The sheep sale is on Saturdays all year around.

They hold  weekly cattle sales on Saturdays after the sheep sales at approximately 12:30 pm. Maam Cross Mart pride themselves in having genuine cattle from North Mayo to South Connemara and beyond.  Cows lead our sale, followed by bulls, heifers and heifer weanlings, bullocks, and bull weanlings. As the year goes on and numbers get bigger, they move the cattle sale to Monday evenings. This usually occurs in late July.

Monthly horse sales from April to December. Maam Cross stands as the gateway to Connemara and as such, we have genuine Connemara pony for sale. The Connemara breed is world renowned and has a great reputation and being located where we are, we have our sale on the first Friday of every month starting April 6th. Limited lots on the day so please fill an entry form in advance. (Text taken from http://www.maamcrossmart.com/)

Jan
4
Fri
Clifden Friday Market @ Clifden Market Square
Jan 4 all-day

Every Friday morning, the town of Clifden comes alive to the sounds of rattling metal poles, the popping of tents and the chatter of the street traders that all come together to form the farmers’ market on the aptly named Market Square.

The Clifden Farmer’s Market has a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public. Be sure to arrive early, as most of the produce and stalls are gone by noon There’s a good selection of organic vegetables, homemade breads, pies, herbs, fruits, flowers, plants and some clothing.

Jan
5
Sat
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart
Jan 5 all-day
Maam Cross Sheep and Cattle Mart

There sheep sale is held every Saturday and begins at 11am. They have large amounts of blackface sheep and crossbreds with few texels, suffolks, etc. They pride ourselves with having large amounts genuine Connemara/Mayo mountain sheep. The sheep sale is on Saturdays all year around.

They hold  weekly cattle sales on Saturdays after the sheep sales at approximately 12:30 pm. Maam Cross Mart pride themselves in having genuine cattle from North Mayo to South Connemara and beyond.  Cows lead our sale, followed by bulls, heifers and heifer weanlings, bullocks, and bull weanlings. As the year goes on and numbers get bigger, they move the cattle sale to Monday evenings. This usually occurs in late July.

Monthly horse sales from April to December. Maam Cross stands as the gateway to Connemara and as such, we have genuine Connemara pony for sale. The Connemara breed is world renowned and has a great reputation and being located where we are, we have our sale on the first Friday of every month starting April 6th. Limited lots on the day so please fill an entry form in advance. (Text taken from http://www.maamcrossmart.com/)

Jan
11
Fri
Clifden Friday Market @ Clifden Market Square
Jan 11 all-day

Every Friday morning, the town of Clifden comes alive to the sounds of rattling metal poles, the popping of tents and the chatter of the street traders that all come together to form the farmers’ market on the aptly named Market Square.

The Clifden Farmer’s Market has a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public. Be sure to arrive early, as most of the produce and stalls are gone by noon There’s a good selection of organic vegetables, homemade breads, pies, herbs, fruits, flowers, plants and some clothing.