Letterkenny’s Cathedral Quarter are inviting everyone to join them and thousands of other people around the country to celebrate the National Day of Street Feasts.
The street feast will take place on the 26th of June from 1-4pm on the Church Lane and is open to people of all ages.
It aims to celebrate community with music, food and dance.
The historic area behind Church Street Cycles in Letterkenny will be transformed with street decorations, dining tables and a host of street food for the unique event.
Throughout the afternoon, there will be games, food, live music and music from DJ Sean Purser.
Local cafes and restaurants in Letterkenny are supporting the event through the sponsorship of tasty dishes and the Cathedral Quarter are asking people to join in.
A spokesperson said: “This is the first time that the Street Feast has taken place since 2019 and it is brilliant that people are now once again able to enjoy each other’s company after a very difficult two years.
“It’s all about community, diversity and bringing people together, so if you love to cook or play music, we’d love everyone to join in the fun, bring a dish too or perform in what’s sure to be one of the great outdoor parties of the summer.”
They also welcomed any people from Ukraine, who are now living in Letterkenny because of the ongoing conflict, to join.
For further information on the Cathedral Quarter Street Feast or to get involved, contact secretary Donnan Harvey at 086 345 2457.
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