Donegal County Council invites members of our emigrant family in Scotland to re-engage with their home county through a unique weekend of traditional music, heritage, history and social activities.
A special genealogy workshop will be hosted in the Maghery Community Centre right at the edge of the Wild Atlantic Way. So, if you are curious about your own connection with Donegal or Ireland generally, or you simply want to join the craic for what promises to be a very memorable weekend, we will be delighted to look after you!
The event will include guided tours of West Donegal with options like island hopping to Arranmore Island, or retracing the footsteps of the herring-gutters through talks and discussions. Saturday evening dinner will be followed by an exclusive music performance with Scottish and Irish award winning fiddle players - a session not to be missed!
An early bird package of 3 nights, dinner, B&B at a price of €195 per person sharing for the first 50 booked has been organised to include free access to all heritage events and all coach travel.
Additional local activities such as surfing, guided walks etc can also be arranged but will have an additional charge and must be booked in advance.
For a full detailed explanation of what is included in your booking and the full program of activities please click here.