SUMMER music makes a welcome return this weekend to Ward Park, Bangor. This is the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Bring along family and friends, enjoy a picnic and take in the sounds of weekly live music throughout July and August.
This Sunday enjoy the sound of Jazz the Park with The Jazzmeisters, 3pm to 5pm.
Join The National Trust at The Argory every Sunday in July for laid-back tunes and relaxation. Chill in the Courtyard while the kids are entertained and feast on a summer BBQ. Normal admission charges apply, members go free.
Jump on board one of the Geopark Landrovers and explore the stunning scenery of Cuilcagh Mountain Park this Sunday July 2.
Ranging from the rugged upland cliffs to the weathered limestone landscapes on the lower ground, this safari is a chance for you to experience and explore the patchwork of landscapes found on Cuilcagh Mountain.
Booking essential, contact Marble Arch Caves on 028 6634 8855 to book your place. This event is not suitable for children under 12.
This Friday June 30 all roads lead to Cookstown for the Cookstown Summer Carnival, a free family event taking place from 6pm to 10.30pm with live entertainment, a food village, fairground and a spectacular street party on Burn Road.
Lots of fun for all the family to enjoy, the carnival parade begins at 6pm. Call 028 8676 3398 for more information.
Fireworks Dance, Drama and Theatre Academy celebrate their fourth birthday with an exhilarating performance of Feux d'artifice: Equilibre et Espoir this Saturday July 1 at the Millennium Forum. An evening of inspiring entertainment awaits as over 100 energetic cast members fulfil the company motto "let your colours explode!".
Come along to Larne Museum's free Children's Art Workshop on Saturday July 1st from 11am to 1pm and make your very own Shoebox Dolls House to take home.
Participants are asked to bring along a shoebox and a home magazine. If possible also bring a lightweight cardboard box, scissors and a 30cm scrap of wallpaper. Places are limited and should be booked in advance by contacting Larne Museum & Arts Centre.
QFT Late: Cult & Classic continues with a screening of The Big Lebowski, the Coen brothers' achingly funny quasi-detective story, this Friday June 30 at 9pm.
Jeff Bridges is The Dude, a forty-something stoner who lives only for bowling, White Russians and his rug. But when some unhappy gangsters barge into his home and soil said rug it kicks off a tale of mistaken identity, chopped-off toes and German nihilists that will have you in fits of laughter.
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