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Lughnasadh Weekend at Navan Centre and Fort

Navan Centre and Fort, 81 Killylea Road, Armagh, County Armagh, BT60 4LD
Lughnasadh Weekend at Navan Centre and Fort

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Lughnasadh Weekend, 5th-7th August

Our weekend of events to celebrate the Celtic festival of Lughnasadh takes place from 5th-7th August, starting with an evening of storytelling with the famed Candlelit Tales on Friday 5th August – 'Tales of the Past'. A two-course meal cooked over fire by the local culinary experts of On the Hoof will be provided as visitors are invited to delve into some of the greatest stories in Irish mythology.

On 6th August our family fun day, 'Games of the Past' takes place, influenced by the ancient Tailteann Games. The weekend concludes with Sunday morning's 'Wellness for the Future', with yoga, meditation, drumming & dancing!
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