Here are some upcoming community events in Athy, Ireland:

  1. Athy Heritage Centre-Museum: Visit the Athy Heritage Centre-Museum to explore the history, culture, and heritage of the town. The museum holds various exhibitions and events throughout the year.
  2. Athy Farmers’ Market: Every Sunday, local farmers and producers gather at Emily Square to sell a variety of fresh produce, homemade goods, and artisanal foods. It’s a great opportunity to support local businesses and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.
  3. Athy Dragon Boat Regatta: If you’re a sports enthusiast, don’t miss the annual Athy Dragon Boat Regatta. Watch as teams paddle their way to victory on the River Barrow while enjoying a fun-filled day with entertainment and food stalls.
  4. Athy Bluegrass Festival: Music lovers can mark their calendars for the Athy Bluegrass Festival, held annually in September. Enjoy live performances from talented bluegrass bands, workshops, and jam sessions in different venues across the town.
  5. Athy Literary Festival: For bookworms and aspiring writers, the Athy Literary Festival offers a range of literary events, workshops, and talks. Immerse yourself in the world of literature and engage with renowned authors and poets.

Remember to check with local authorities or event organizers for any updates or changes to the schedule. Enjoy the vibrant community events in Athy!

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