Events

  • Summer Events Guide 2015

    Sunday 5th July 2015 to Saturday 5th September 2015

    Summer Events Guide 2015 available to download now.


  • Autumn Events at The Braid Arts Centre - Ballymena

    Friday 21st August 2015 to Wednesday 30th December 2015

    ​Autumn Events at The Braid Arts Centre available to download now


  • Moth Night

    Friday 11th September 2015

    Did you know there are over 2,500 species of moth in the UK? Although not as showy as butterflies, moths are just as beautiful and equally interesting! Moth Night is a UK wide initiative to support moths and moth recording.


  • Friends of Bashfordsland Wood & Oakfield Glen

    Saturday 12th September 2015 to Saturday 12th December 2015

    Are you interested in getting outdoors in the fresh air, learning new skills and meeting like-minded people? Then our volunteer programme could be for you!


  • European Heritage Open Day 2015: Behind the Scenes Tour at the Braid

    Saturday 12th September 2015

    To celebrate European Heritage Open Day on Saturday 12th Sept 2015, Mid-Antrim Museum staff will guide visitors on a behind the scenes tour which will include a visit to the Mayor’s Parlour and the Museum’s Collection Store.


  • Hedgerow Harvest

    Sunday 13th September 2015

    Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is holding a Hedgerow Harvest event to celebrate bountiful blackberries at Eden Allotment Gardens, Carrickfergus, on Sunday 13th September from 2pm-3.30pm.


  • Two Sore Legs By Brenda Murphy

    Thursday 24th September 2015

    From the sell-out trilogy Flesh and Blood Women, Two Sore Legs, by Brenda Murphy. Murphy’s is a powerful, autobiographical play based on the experiences of her own mother in the 1950’s.


  • From Carrickfergus to Carcassonne- Exhibition Launch & Conference

    Saturday 26th September 2015

    Carrickfergus Museum is delighted to host this forthcoming conference exploring the links between Carrickfergus and Carcassonne, southern France, through the enigmatic figure of Carrickfergus Castle builder Hugh de Lacey.