Upcoming Events

Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Boyne Valley Food Series.

The Boyne Valley Food Series is a calendar of events which celebrates our land, our heritage, our people, and of course our produce.

Under the “Discover Boyne Valley Flavours” umbrella, the Boyne Valley Food Series is a calendar of events which celebrates our land, our heritage, our people and of course our produce.

Our experience-lead events will immerse you in the food and drinks culture of the Boyne Valley Region. From guided food tours and weekend farm retreats to themed events and street feasts, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Our Food Series events' schedule is jam-packed running nearly year-round from April to December with additional festive events taking place for Halloween and Christmas.

Make 2019 the year you discover the culinary delights of the Boyne Valley. We promise you a gastronomic adventure not to be missed!

Discover a little more HERE!


(Daytime Event) (Night Event) (Family Event)

Saturday 14th December - Sunday 22nd December 2019


TO BOOK: No booking required
PRICE: Adm FREE
LOCATION: Sheridan's Cheesemongers

Visit Sheridan’s Cheesemongers, Meath HQ this December for festive Christmas Weekends, featuring Sheridan’s cheese, wine and hampers to take care of all your Christmas food and gifting needs. Independent producers are invited to join in each weekend to bring you crafts and foods from the local area.…

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Saturday 14th December 2019 @ 12 - 5:00pm


TO BOOK: Just turn up on the day!
PRICE: Entry is free for all customers. Children are welcome.
LOCATION: The Spirit Store, Georges Quay, Dundalk

The Cattleboat is a food festival organised by Great Northern Larder in Dundalk. The Christmas Cattleboat is an offshoot food market where you can buy last-minute gifts and support local producers. Santa and his Elves will be there and some nice festive music. Nobody wants socks for Christmas and buying local is good for us all, so pop along and get the perfect Christmas present for Aunty Peg. …

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