People Invited To Host A ‘Street Feast’ Party In Tralee

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People in Tralee are invited to host Street Feast parties  on June 11.

OVER 1,000 Street Feast parties will take place around the country on June 11, including 10 in Kerry.

Fenit, Kenmare, Stradbally and Killorglin are some of the locations for the 8th Annual Street Feast Day and it is expected that over 700 neighbours will take part in county-wide Kerry Street Feasts, which are supported by Kerry County Council.

The organisers are still looking for more people to organise the events in Tralee and around the county.

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Street Feast is an Irish local community initiative and is an all-for-fun, do-it-yourself, not-for-profit celebration.  The initiative invites individuals, groups or clubs to host a lunch on their street, in a local park or in their front gardens – inviting other neighbours to come along and join them.

The all-inclusive, age-friendly initiative aims to encourage active participation, bring communities together and reduce isolation.  Everyone is encouraged to bring something along to share, whether it be a dish, a chair or a tune.

Everyone who registers can claim a free Street Feast party pack which includes balloons, bunting, invites, posters and a DIY guide, everything you need to kick start your celebrations.

There is still time to register and include your community in the 2017 celebrations. Please visit To see if there’s a Street Feast near you in Kerry, click here for locations

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