This Friday night (31st July) all roads will lead to Drumlough Orange Hall, Rathfriland as Drumlough & Ballygorian Rural Development Association are holding their annual Treasure Hunt, Barbecue, Fireworks display and Old Tyme Dance.
This is the largest Barbecue in the district and always proves to be very well organised and great family night out as 800-1000 members of the public travel to the event from all parts of County Down and beyond.
A spokesperson for the Association stated: “DBRDA are pleased to once again be able to organise and provide this family fun night that forms the grand finale to our Annual Festival.
“Everyone will be made very welcome and as usual, the family Treasure Hunt gets the evening underway at 7pm, and afterwards it’s back to the hall for the steak Barbecue, which gets underway from 7:30pm onwards.
“Throughout the evening there will be plenty of entertainment for all the family including aeromodelling displays by Banbridge Aeromodelling Club and also a bouncy castle for the children.
“As darkness falls the now famous and spectacular fireworks display will get underway at around 10:30pm.
“To finish off the evening Housty will provide the music for the Old Tyme Dance in the hall until late.
“The Association would also like to acknowledge and thank Newry, Mourne & Down District Council for providing financial assistance towards the costs of the Festival events, as without it we would not have been able to hold it.”
The tickets are selling fast for this event are keenly priced at £12 for the Steak Meal and £6 for the Beef Burger Meal and this includes all the trimmings and all of the evening’s entertainment.
Tickets available from any DBRDA member in advance and will also be available on the night – books yours early so that you do not miss out on what will surely be another outstanding night of entertainment.