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What's On: Red Hot Chili Pipers in Donaghadee, Ulster Canoe Festival in Lisnaskea, Mood Walk in Omagh and more

Join Aware for their Annual Mood Walk from Omagh Community House this Sunday September 8
Jacqueline McGonigle

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THE Red Hot Chili Pipers are returning to The Commons, Donaghadee this Saturday September 7 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, ending with a firework finale. Free bus to Bangor and Newtownards from the event at 10pm and 10.30pm. And that's not all: this Thursday sees the return of boat tours of the bay and A Taste of Donaghadee food tours on the September 5.

ARMAGH

Macha is a new production celebrating through music and drama the myths and mysteries of Emhain Mhacha, the Navan Fort, ancient seat of the rulers of Ulster. Navan Centre and Fort this weekend, September 6 and 7. Come dressed for the weather as this is an outdoor performance.

FERMANAGH

The Ulster Canoe Festival returns to Lisnaskea once again this weekend, September 7 and 8. This event is two full days of paddling sessions in the presence of top open-boat coaches to help you improve your skills. This year it is taking place on Upper Lough Erne. Share Discovery Village's facilities right on the shore of the lough are ideal and the perfect location to access several popular rivers.

TYRONE

Join Aware for their Annual Mood Walk from Omagh Community House this Sunday September 8. This is a family friendly event and all dogs are welcome on leads. Every penny raised stays in Northern Ireland and will help Aware continue the work they do to support those living with depression, anxiety and bipolar. Registration includes medal and T-shirt.

DERRY

This Saturday, don't miss the Women's Wellbeing Fair at Meadowbank Sports Arena Magherafelt and discover organisations in the Mid-Ulster area that promote women's health and wellbeing. Try out and receive treatments on the day. Everyone is welcome and admission is free.

ANTRIM

Join the Donkey Sanctuary in Templepatrick for their Open Day this Saturday. You will have the opportunity to learn all about donkeys and how they are cared for, browse the indoor craft stall and enjoy a variety of activities for all ages. BBQ and refreshments will be available, parking and entrance is free.

BELFAST

Belfast Zoo is delighted to once again host Sensory Day this Saturday September 7. This special day allows visitors on the autism spectrum and those with other sensory requirements to enjoy a day out at the Zoo in a stress-free environment.

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