The organising committee show off Ciara the heifer - who will be up for raffle!
More Power to Your Elbow, a cow called Ciara and a trip down memory lane are amongst the eclectic offerings for this weekend's Kinawley festival.
Friday, October 5 brings 'School around the Corner' hosted by Frank Mitchell, who will have his work cut out for him as he interviews and tries to control some boisterous but very talented past pupils from the Kinawley area. Organisers even have a few who they think were expelled from other schools around other corners but who are coming to the festival marquee to account for themselves.
Saturday October 6 brings us 'More Power To Your Elbow - eight musicians playing flat out - should prove to be an awesome sound in the big Marquee down in Kinawley. Twenty years ago, these group of musicians from Armagh, Derry and Tyrone came together for a bit of craic and they are still together. Good ould old fashion raw celtic rock music has seen them play across the world with hoolies on the hills and in the glens, down by the loughs and now in the park, so get yourself out to test the experience and feel the excitement on the Saturday Night Fever.
Sunday, October 7 brings us Bingo with an Autumn jackpot of £2,500 which must go. Not to be missed so give it a go. That night brings us the "new kid on the block" for country and western - Johnny Brady who hails from Co Antrim. Johnny puts on a first class show and they're looking forward to seeing him down in the Marquee.
Meanwhile Kinawley Community Hall Association Committee - who are organising the festival are offering the chance to win a pedigree beef cow called Ciara. A field is boxed off into 1000 squares with each box given a ticket number. Ciara is put into the field and wherever she does her first "pat", if it's your box, and then its yours to take home. Tickets are on sale and at £10 each.
This "Cow Pat" raffle will take place on the Saturday of the Autumn Festival. Organisers hope it will bring them closer to their fundraising target and help complete their new hall project for the village. This, along with a weekend of stories, music and craic with Bingo thrown in, should make Kinawley the place to be.