Five Things To Do In Tralee And Beyond This Weekend

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While Friday and Saturday are pretty quiet on the events front, there’s plenty to get up to on Sunday…

Saturday

1. Health and Wellness Fest…

There’s only one place to go this Saturday (and Sunday) and that’s the Manor West Hotel for the Horan’s Healthstores Health and Wellness Fest from 10am to 6pm.

Loads of well-known speakers like Patrick Hosford and Lorraine Keane and much, much more. Tickets are €10 from Horan’s Healthstores and for more about the weekend, click here.

2. Hit for Dingle…

The famous Dingle Food Festival is this weekend and the taste trail is simply legendary. Literally hundreds of Tralee folk take a day trip out west on Saturday and Sunday for the fun. For more details check out the website here

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Sunday

3. Ladies who (Sunday) lunch…

An afternoon of fun, fashion, music, health and lifestyle tips will be had at a ladies lunch in the Rose Hotel to raise funds for the development of the Ballymacelligott GAA Ladies Club.

Beginning at 2pm, ladies will be welcomed with a prosecco reception at 2pm, followed by a delicious three course meal with wine. The Ladies Lunch will showcase Autumn Fashion with a fashion show from Castleisland boutiques.

The event will also feature a health and lifestyle Q&A session with Aidan O’Mahony and his wife Denise Healy who will also judge the Best Dressed Lady competition. Radio Kerry’s Alan Finn will MC the event and music will come from well known local band Midnight Café.

Admission to the event also offers ladies the opportunity to win lots of fantastic prizes including a weekend away for two. Tickets are priced at €60 and are on sale by contacting 086 8973855.

4. Blennerville family fun…

The annual Blennerville Windmill threshing festival takes place and there’s a wonderful line-up of entertainment for the day.

Some of the Kerry minor 5 in a row winning team will be there  along with Thomas the Tank Engine in partnership with Chernobyl Children International, and a  supervised cinema with Thomas the Tank show running. There’s a large model train exhibition, bouncy castle, flour making, dog show, hoover craft and much more.

5. Pet sounds at St John’s Church…

No, Brian Wilson won’t be recreating his 1966 pop masterpiece at the church. Instead, you can bring your pets, big and small, along at 3.30pm and they will be blessed outside the church.

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