Scene on the Green makes the sun shine!

Kenmare’s first open air festival, Scene on the Green, was an amazing success and would not have been been possible without the vision and drive of Festival Manager, Anne Marie Cleary, funding from KMEG & SKDP, and a wonderful committee and their professional work. THANK YOU everyone that supported this the, first of many ‘scene on the green’ events. Our sister art event ‘Windows of Kenmare’ is extended until 24th September, make sure you don’t miss it! There are too many people to thank here but rest assured the efforts of everyone, small or big, has been greatly appreciated, without you these events would not happen.

Kerry County Council, Noel Crowley, OB Martin, Dermot Healy, Conor Daly, Gemma Meyers, Jason McGuinness, Paudie Butler, John Dillon, Donal O’Sullivan Casey, and local Sergeant Derek Fleming. Planning committee; April Ferron, Niamh Ahern, Andra Noonan, Maire De Cogan, Jamie Keogh and Maura Landers. Tent planning and staging; Oliver Holbein, Holbein Joinery. Website; April and Mark Ferron. Onsite event volunteers; Patricia Sharkey, Saffron Willetts, Mia and Sophie Ferron, Oona Hunt, Rita Tuohy, Mary O’Sullivan, Mary O’Sullivan (Kilgarvan), Noreen Healy, Nadine Schmack, Claudia Groz, Charlotte Frotscher, Cindy Freeman, Mary O’Leary, Shirley Cronin, Jamie Keogh, Catherine Hughes. Photographers; Dave Smith and Bob Martin Videographer. Local performers; Peter Crowley and the Sunshine Band, Carnegie Players, Chris Thomas, Curtis O’Connor, Tommy Mullins. Wellbeing Providers; Holly Hughes, Darina, Karolina Spencer, Yogadhara, Lisa Stape, Bernard Kickboxing, Bob Martin (QiGong); and John Dalton for morning meditation.

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