Five Things To Do In Tralee And Beyond This Weekend

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The summer holidays have finally arrived for primary school children and the weather is set to be mainly dry and sunny. What to do then…


1. On yer bike…

Organised by the Kerry Cycling Campaign, the ‘Tralee Critical Mass Cycle’ will start from the Square at 6.30pm (people are asked to gather from 6pm).

Critical Mass is a mass bicycle ride that takes place on the last Friday of each month in cities around the world.

Get on you bike for a leisurely cycle around Tralee. Everyone is invited and no one is in charge!

2. Enjoy the weather…

Unless you’re hampered with hay fever, don’t waste time staying inside this weekend.

Go for a walk by the canal, get the barbecue out, enjoy the Town Park, head to the beach or find a beer garden! Make the most the sun while we have it!

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3. Fairy fun in Kilflynn…

A short drive out the road to Kilflynn is a must for parents with young children this weekend as once again the village fairies-up for a magical two days of fun.

On Saturday from 7.30pm there’s the Kilflynn Enchanted Fairy Parade, street entertainment, and dancing in the meadow.

Sunday sees the Magical Fairy Trail with lots of entertainment, Fairies, Characters, story-telling, Food court, Craft Fair and lots more. For further details check out their facebook page here

4. Manor West Food and Craft Fair…


Manor West Shopping Centre and Retail Park will host its popular summer food and craft fair which will see the centre welcome a diverse range of Kerry’s finest food & craft producers from 11am to 5pm.

The summer fair is part of a series of food and craft fairs being held in Manor West Shopping Centre and Retail Park throughout the year.  There’ll be balloon modellers and face painters too for the young ones.


5. Discover amazing art…

Art in the Park is back again and local artists have wonderful photographs and fantastic paintings hanging on the railings of the Town Park on Denny Street.

Organised by Tralee Chamber Alliance, it runs all summer long and is an opportunity for artists to display their artworks and give locals and visitors to Tralee a chance to view and purchase artworks straight from the artist and learn about their work.

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