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St Patrick’s Day parade in Portlaoise 2017

The St Patrick’s Day parade in Portlaoise 2017 was another great experience for the best children entertainer in Ireland, we are talking about it of the children entertainer Jeca the clown.

Jeca the clown was clowning around since the end of the very successful 5k race for 2017, he felt the sensation of running the last 400m and loved the support from the runners and audience, I even got my a beautiful medal.

Portlaoise athletic club medal @ Portlaoise St. Patrick’ day 2017.


After the race Jeca the clown decided to make a big cleaning to make sure everything was ready and tidy for the most expecting moment of the day, the 2017 Portlaoise St. Patrick’s parade

here you can find some extra info of the day a great photo of jeca the clown:

2017 Portlaoise St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Friday March 17th, 2017
There will be big changes to this year’s 2017 Portlaoise La Feile Padraig or St Patrick’s Day parade in Portlaoise The parade will start 12.30pm and beginning at County Hall , follow a much shorter route, heading down towards Supermacs and going around the roundabout to come back up to Market Square and then down Main Street.

It is hoped that the changes will draw the crowds to the town for the annual event, and help bring the community together.

The parade will now begin  directly after the Portlaoise Athletic Club’s street race which starts at 11.30pm and it is hoped that people will stay out on the day to see the parade, and the street entertainment afterwards

“2017 Portlaoise St. Patrick’s Day Parade or 2017 Portlaoise La Feile Padraig is an event not to be missed! This is the perfect opportunity to showcase the best Laois has to offer, to those living locally and abroad, who will descend on Laois to celebrate this very auspicious day.”


 DMS Photography

Once again Jeca the clown was a great success at the time of the Portlaoise St. Patrick’s Parade 2017. As always in an innovative way the Jeca the clown took several smiles with his presentation and acting.The acceptance was so great that next week the picture of the clown jeca was on the front page of the leinster express newspaper.

DMS Photography

I’d like to take the opportunity to thank everyone involved on the Patrick’s Day Parade Portlaoise committee and the great work they have been doing for all those years and I want to thank you all  very  much for the support giving to the children entertainer Jeca the clown.


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Marriage at the River Court Hotel

Are you considering the Kilkenny River Court Hotel as your wedding venue? Do you have kids as guesses or little family members invited? If yes, for sure you will need the help of the best children entertainer in Ireland the children’s entertainer Jeca the clown.

Jeca the clown the clown has years of experience working with kids of many events, children’s parties and weddings around Ireland and some countries of the world.

If  you didn’t know about Jeca the clown here is a brief information about this amazing and funny clown:


The children Entertainer Jeca the clown after a Wedding entertaining.


Would you like an unforgettable party? I can give it to you! Who am I? The Fantastic entertainer Clown Jeca Brazil! What can I do? Anything I can to make you laugh! Enjoy yourselves and have a great time. Comedy shows, Magic tricks, a lot of Exciting & challenging games for all ages, story-telling, singing, interactive activates, juggling and more! I throw my whole heart into making sure that everyone has a fun (and funny) time.
The children entertainer clown jeca has been awarded the Best Street Entertainer of 2009 and 2011 by the Portlaoise Parade Committee.

By the way, if you are considering the Kilkenny River Court Hotel as your wedding venue, you are having a great choice, The Kilkenny River Court Hotel is situated in the heart of Kilkenny’s medieval city. Set quietly off the street in a private courtyard, the Hotel is located on the bank of the River Nore and is overlooked by the magnificent 12th century Kilkenny Castle (the ultimate Wedding backdrop!)

Do you need someone to entertain the kids so you can attend to your Adult Guests and enjoy your special day without stress?

Don’t forget The children entertainer Jeca the clown is the best clown for it!



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The buds e blossoms

Hi everyone,  the children entertainer Jeca the clown here, this video is just a small slideshows that I made using my phone with some amazing moments the children entertainer Jeca the clown had at the buds e blossoms 2016. I found it lost on my phone and I couldn’t let get lost.
The buds & Blossom festival featured a wide variety of local food producers and plant sale specialists. Local garden centers were there as well as several branches of the Irish Specialist Nursery Association (ISNA)

Here are some information about this great event :

After the blooming success of the inaugural event, a Laois village will burst into colour again this summer with the return of the Buds & Bloom Laois Garden Festival in Spink.

Spink GAA is delighted to announce that the second edition of the Garden Festival will take place on Sunday, June 11 in Spink Community Grounds.

Last year’s festival was a big attraction both for gardeners as well as local people and visitors in search of a fun day out.

It featured a wide variety of local food producers and plant sale specialists. Local garden centres were there as well as several branches of the Irish Specialist Nursery Association (ISNA).

There were also talks and demonstrations from various contributors. These included Arthur Shackleton of Fruit Lawn Garden in Abbeyleix and Ireland’s Favourite Gardening TV Presenter and Garden Columnist Dermot O’Neill who also has a famous walled garden in Rosenallis.

An entertainment zone featured lots of activities to keep adults and kids entertained at Buds & Blossoms!


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2016 Portlaoise St. Patrick’s Day Parade

From up on my perch on my stilts, I could see smiling faces and hear laughter ringing through the streets.  I saw a community- people young and old gathered together to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.  This parade is always close to my heart ever since I started clowning around with the Portlaoise Parade March 17th, five years ago.

       As I handed out high fives and laughter by being who I am: a children’s entertainer, I realized that the biggest high five needed to go to the Portlaoise St. Patrick’s Day Parade committee and the businesses whose fundraising and support make it possible for this day to continue to be celebrated year after year.   The committee being who they are- people passionate about the Laois community and Irish culture, won the well-deserved 1st prize in the Laois Arts, Culture and Heritage Awards. This is what makes me proud to be a part of this event, to be able to bring my passion for bringing laughter and smiles to people’s faces alongside the passion of the Laois community.  Can’t wait for another great year! See you again March 17th!

Smiles! 🙂

– Jeca the Clown

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Photo with my new tablet.

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Templemore Garda Training College

I must say that this  for this gig I was wondering how the children Entertainer Jeca the clown would be clowning around in a Garda Training College.

But as everyone already knew it, Jeca the clown loves challenges and has a lot of tricks up his sleeves for all those years and the gig went very well.

This gig was the kind one that make me meet loads of kids and their relatives one by one and I was received by every family with a big smile in their faces and great welcome  to my clown’ show.

Hearing  by the encharged of the events that my Show was great and everyone loved it, was a great complement to me.

Yes! I hope to see you all this year again for celebrating my favorite time of the year, Christmas!

Thank you very much for everyone involved in the Templemore Garda Training College 2015.

Ps: I know that  I posted a bit late this one here, but better than never. 😉

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Switching on of the Christmas lights in Portlaoise 2015

Yes, Jeca the clown keep finding photos and newspaper pieces from old gigs and events from 2015. The Switching on of the Christmas lights in Portlaoise town 2015 was a great  night to celebrate my favorite time of the year.

I’d like take this opportunity to say a special thank you for everyone involved in this memorable night not just for me but for everyone that has been there, here are some extra information about this great night:

Downtown Portlaoise have great plans for the Christmas period and their message is loud and clear ‘SHOP LOCAL’.

Shopping local does make a huge difference to the local economy and as business people we do greatly appreciate you spending your money at home. The Downtown Portlaoise Christmas Market is organised for next Sunday, December 2.

All shops will be opened for business and the Street Market brings a new dimension to the street for the people of Laois. The market starts at 11 o clock until 5 o clock and everybody welcome.

We think this will be a great family day out. ave your dinner in town and soak up the atmosphere of the street festival. Choirs will be singing all day long at the steps of the Courthouse( our little market stage), the Youth Theatre will be dotted throughout the street as well as local baking, knitwear and crafts. We see this day as a coming together of all the people in Laois, the craftmakers, the bakers, the singers and working with the business people of Portlaoise to enhance the shopping experience for all our customers.

This is the first year we will have a Santa Grotto at lower Main St in Portlaoise and this will be opened on a Saturday and Sunday from 12-3 approx. Santa will greet all the children who want to meet him, he will give each child a special letter from him and there will also be a photograph, all for €2.00 per family (1 photo).

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We have improved the Christmas Lights this year and will continue to do so over the next few years. We have gathered money from the local businesses, councils and banks 
and we have also had a flag day. We would like to thank 
everyone who gave money at this very tough economic time. Our message for Christmas 
is: Everything you need is available in Portlaoise, SHOP LOCAL


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Children Entertainer in Kilkenny

As children Entertainer Jeca the clown and artist I must to say that I just love Kilkenny town, it is a town that breathe arts and motivate me in my expression arts too.

I have been doing some clowning around for some birthday parties and communion celebrations but I can’t wait to get a special invitation of a local street event, street marketing or a art festival in this lovely town.

If you you never have been to Kilkenny town here are some information about the town:

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Kilkenny is a medieval town in southeast Ireland. Its grand Kilkenny Castle was built in 1195 by Norman occupiers. The town has deep religious roots and many well-preserved churches and monasteries, including imposing St. Canice’s Cathedral and the Black Abbey Dominican priory, both from the 13th century. It’s also a crafts hub, with shops along its winding lanes selling pottery, paintings and jewellery.

Hope visit one of my favorite town again soon,


Jeca the clown




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Happy fathers day

Myself the children Entertainer Jeca the clown, wish you fathers a great day beside your family, and make sure you always be a clown for your kids on the daily basis because of your special celebrations call the children Entertainer Jeca the clown.

Here is a nice message too:

Father and You !

A Father gives advice and encouragement when we need.
A Father cares about things that are important to us.
A Father is happy with our success and happiness in life .
I thank you Father, for hugs, laughter, joy and special moments every day.
For all the ways you showed how much he loved and cared.
For your patience and your mood.
For all that you've always done .
I 'm very proud and I am very happy to have a father like YOU !!

Happy Fathers Day!

Jeca the clown
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Cullohill National School Rathdowney

The best clown in Ireland, the children entertainer Jeca the clown was called to a missing he really like it, be the main entertainer for a school event, and this time the school was the Cullohill National School  in Rathdowney.

It is already my second time in Cullohill town and I must say that so far I had a lot pleasure and great memories as Jeca the clown in this town, both gigs was just amazing for me.

The event was a great one organized by the school about the Positive Positive mental health day and the rise up of a flag. day and the rise up of a flag.


As I think the mental health is a very important subject to talk in schools and homes, I decided add some information about this for those interested on it:

What is positive mental health?

Mental health is about more than being free of mental illness such as depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia. It is also about having a positive sense of wellbeing. Positive mental health allows us to enjoy life’s pleasures, believe in our own abilities, cope with the normal stresses of life, work/study productively and enjoy socialising.

Positive mental health is about reaching our potential and feeling like we always have the chance to give everything our best shot. Not just feeling positive, but also getting out there in the big bad world. Positive mental health not only prevents mental ill health, it also leads to greater enjoyment and satisfaction with one’s life.

What can I do to help maintain positive mental health?

  • Eat well, be well. A lot of what you put into your body can affect how you feel inside and out. The right food and drinks can help keep your mind hydrated, active, energetic and at optimum levels for concentration. Visit out Health Hacks page for more info on how to improve your food.
  • Get a good night’s sleep. Most people need at least 7 hours of quality sleep to function properly; if this is causing you problems then it can affect your mood. Don’t worry though, there are a plenty of things you can work on to get better sleep.
  • Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day. You don’t have to run 5k every day or anything, just get your heart rate going for 30 mins of activity at least 5 days a week. Walking, dancing, swimming, team sports are only a few ways you can do this. Get more inspiration on our Health Hacks page.
  • Talk it out. Chatting about things that bother you can help reduce the problem, as they say ‘a problem halved is a problem solved’. If you’re not comfortable talking to a friend or family member, then it could be good to try a non-judgemental listening service like the Samaritans.
  • Cut down on alcohol. Drinking booze when you’re not feeling great can make you feel worse. Alcohol is a depressant so taking a break from it or cutting down on your intake might help improve your mood.
  • Stay in touch with friends. Maintaining relationships is a great way to keep a positive mental health. It can be easy to lose touch with people after school or college and this is a natural occurrence a lot of the time but make the effort to meet up and socialise, it’ll be worth it.
  • Take time out. Some people find it hard to balance life between school/college/work/socialising but it’s important to remember to take time out for yourself sometimes and do things that you enjoy. Me time can be just as vital as maintaining contact with friends and family!

More information you can find at the: