The Hollywood Fair takes place this coming Saturday and Sunday, August 10, to August 11. A unique event attracting visitors from far and wide, and guaranteed to be an entertaining weekend.
On Thursday night, August 9, there will be a set-dancing/céilí night in the GAA Club grounds. Admission of €10 includes refreshments and a great nights’ entertainment is guaranteed.
On the Saturday Bishop Eamonn Walsh will concelebrate an old-style Latin Mass in St Kevin’s Church at 6 p.m. with local clergy.
After Mass, a slow-bicycle race is planned which is followed by a dramatic re-enactment in an adjacent field – the theme of this year’s re-enactment is the Flooding of the Poulaphouca Lake in the early 1940s. Afterwards there will be music on the stage in the village from 8.30 p.m.
A great days’ entertainment for all the family. Admission is €5, with children going for free.