Jacqueline shares her pick of what’s on this weekend across NI


The Portavogie Seafood Festival takes place  Saturday 10th August, 12 noon – 5pm.  Jean-Christophe Novelli, will be delivering cooking demos in the festival kitchen. Buy, sample and even have cooked on site! – an array of seafood delights from NI’s biggest fish market and artisan food stalls. 


History comes to life at  Armagh Friary this Saturday. Join this fun and educational Living History event, suitable for all the family.  Franciscan Friars walk the ancient ruins of this once grand foundation. Try your hand at writing with the quill pen!


The Shoreline Music Festival takes centre stage at Enniskillen Castle from 9th to 11th August and is a must see for all Music Lovers. 3 nights, 3 different musical genres, international DJs, and live bands.


Make a minion this Saturday at Ranfurly House,  Dungannon. Create your own minion from various materials with tutor Louise Campbell.   Have fun making your very own character to take home!  Tickets are £6. 11am – 12.30pm.


Fun day out for all the family at Springhill, Moneymore, Sunday 11th August. Get outdoors and closer to nature this summer at Springhill. Enjoy traditional lawn games, Little Ranger fun, face painting, live music, BBQ and lots more!


Join RSPB NI warden and islander Liam McFaul to explore the Roonivoolin reserve on the southern arm of Rathlin Island on Saturday.   Booking essential by calling 028 9064 5630. Please book your ferry crossing in advance on 028 2076 9299.


Bollywood Baba, led by Bollywood Dancers and special early years facilitators,  is a dazzling dance experience for families to enjoy together in the magical surroundings of the Big Top in C.S. Lewis Square. Part of this year’s Eastside Arts Festival, Sunday 11th August.

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