The Cavan Night Run is among the events taking place in the week ahead.

What's on in Cavan

From quizzes and runs, to trad night, whist, cakes sales and everything in between, check out our event guide for the week and weekend ahead...

Table Quiz

WHERE: Maudebawn

WHEN: Friday, March 11, 9pm

WHAT: Fun quiz in Gallonray house on in aid of Mary’s Meals.

The charity support 2 million children in Africa and other countries giving hope where life is most difficult. Please support Breen and his team in this fundraiser.


WHERE: Castletara

WHEN: Friday, March 11

WHAT: Re -Start up meeting this Friday night at 8pm for Castletara families in Castletara Community Centre.

Gaeil Mhuinchille

WHERE: Cootehill

WHEN: Saturday, March 12

WHAT: As part of Seachtain na Gaeilge, local Irish language promotional group Gaeil Mhuinchille will be hosting a conversational Irish afternoon this coming Saturday in the library in Cootehill starting at 2.45pm. Tá fáilte ag gach duine. Bígí linn!

Social Dancing

WHERE: Ballinagh Community Centre

WHEN: Saturday, March 12, 9:30am-12:30pm

WHAT: Music by Brendan Magee. Sit-down supper. Free raffle. Every step is a step to good health.



WHERE: Dundalk

WHEN: Sunday, March 13

WHAT: Branch outing to Dundalk Bay. Meet outside the Spirit Store, Dundalk Docks at 10.30am. (eircode A91 NR79). The outing will last for about 2 hours and is suitable for beginners and anyone with an interest in bird photography. It is recommended to wear warm waterproof clothing and footwear. Contact Michael for more, on 086 8854 989.

Cavan Night Run

WHERE: Cavan Town

WHEN: Wednesday, March 16 at 8pm

WHAT: 5K fun run takes place in memory of Johnny McCormack, and will raise money for Cavan Palliative Care.

Start your bumper bank holiday weekend special off on the right foot. Registration online or on the day in McMahon’s Bar, Main St, from 5-7.30pm.

Dreamers Singing Group


WHEN: Monday, March 14

WHAT: Returned to St Patrick’s Hall, Arva last week. Runs from 7-8pm each Monday. Please come along and bring a friend.

‘The GAA and the Irish Language’

WHERE: Cavan Town

WHEN: Monday, March 14

WHAT: Cavan County Board is hosting an evening in the Farnham Arms Hotel this Monday, March 14, at 7:30pm. Aoghán O Fearghail will give a short talk on ‘The GAA and the Irish Language’ with some traditional performances in music, song and dance.


WHERE: Tullyvin

WHEN: Tuesday, March 15

WHAT: Whist will resume in Tullyvin Community Centre on Tuesday, March 15 at 8.30pm. All welcome.