What's On: Vintage rally, village fete and a Geopark Bus Tour at Marble Arch Caves

Belfast singer Kaz Hawkins performs in Dungannon this Saturday
Jacqueline McGonigle


Larchfield Community Development Association annual Family Fun Day and Vintage Rally takes place this Saturday, September 8, at Rally Fields, Hillsborough, with something for all the family. All children's activities are free. Other activities include model farm, wood turning, rare breeds, donkeys, pony and trap ride. Trevor Dixon and Billy McFarland will be providing music throughout the day.


Don't miss this Saturday's annual village fete in Richhill, with lots of fun and activities including food stalls, craft marquee, dog show, auction and children's games. All the fun will be happening in the square at the top of the village from 10am to 4pm. Admission free.


European Heritage Open Days – Jewels of the Geopark Bus Tour. Join Geopark staff this Saturday for a guided tour of some of the key sites within Marble Arch Caves Unesco Global Geopark, learn about the intriguing history of the Cavan Burren Park, enjoy the stunning vista from Cornagee viewpoint, refuel at the Market House in Blacklion, take an optional nature walk up Cladagh Glen, satisfy your appetite in the Marble Arch Café, and embark on a guided tour of the Marble Arch Caves.


See award-winning Belfast singer-songwriter Kaz Hawkins play live this Saturday evening at Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre, Dungannon.


An event not to be missed on Saturday at the Walled Garden, Maghera, is Peter's tales and trails. Join Peter Rabbit, Flopsy and Mopsy, Mrs Tiggy-Wiggle and Thomas MrGregor for lots of fun. Feeling peckish? Enjoy a barbecue, sweet treats and hot and cold drinks. You'll find them on the lane. On the green take part in Peter's Sports Day challenge with a sack race or egg and spoon. Admission free.


European Heritage Open Days at Carrickfergus Museum. Don't miss this unique tour experience, as you are joined by Sir Arthur Chichester, who'll be giving some of his insights into historic Carrickfergus this Saturday. Join in with crafts, face painting and the latest addition to the museum and see the first instalment of the town model. You can also explore Carrickfergus town walls through our free family fun app Kids ‘n' Castles. From 1pm to 4pm. Tour at 2pm.


The Belfast International Tattoo 2018 is coming to the SSE Arena on Friday Saturday. The Belfast Tattoo is now firmly established as an annual event for the city, and organisers are delighted that our overseas visitors are growing year on year.

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