The Dromahair Defibrillator AED Group are having a Cake Sale & Children Art’s Competition on Easter Sunday, 31st March in the Depot at 12noon. Please support this worthy cause.
The question mark after the name just shows that it doesn’t matter if you consider yourself a happy gardener or not, you’ve probably got a garden and you probably like the chat, to drink tea and to eat cake! So if the hat fits, come along to the next meeting on Saturday, 23rd March taking place at Dana’s house. Contact Dana for directions on 086 3124353 or for more information about Happy Gardeners? contact either Paula, 086 1996039 or Janice, 087 2147453.
Gospel choir performance
The Gospel Choir from Virginia. Co. Cavan will perform in St. Mary’s Church, Killenummery on March 24th commencing at 7pm sharp. There will be a collection at the entrance to the performance, and all the proceeds will go directly to the Hospice in Sligo.
Intercultural Forum event
Open to the public, this is an integration event to encourage both locals and immigrants to socialise together in an informal relaxed atmosphere while giving our local artists, both Irish and foreigner, the opportunity to showcase their work, some of which may well be for sale on the day. The event takes place on 27th of March, starting at 7pm. Sounds interesting doesn’t it? Look out for posters giving more details. and an interesting event for those of you with computers and who enjoy trad music.....
Ireland West Trad
Ireland West Trad present their next live streaming event from Dickie Beirne’s in Eastersnow, Co. Roscommon on Easter Monday at 7pm. Presented by Eleanor Shanley and Cathy Jordan, and joined by a host of amazing musicians including John Carty, Patsy Hanley, James Carty and Harry Bradley and many more surprises!. This promises to be a night to remember so tell all your friends and family overseas to tune in for a drop of the pure stuff from the West of Ireland . The Organisers say “Log on to www.irelandwesttrad.com to register and be in with a chance to win a fabulous holiday to the wonderful West of Ireland.” Well we all live in the west of Ireland anyway, but a holiday wouldn’t come amiss now, would it?
Community Games swimming
The Manorhamilton Area Community Games swimming competition will be held on Friday 5th April 2013 in Sligo Regional Sports Complex. Registration will be between 4pm - 4.30pm, with the races starting from 4.50pm sharp. There will be a number of different events for boys and girls spanning the U8 to U16 age groups. Competitors must live within the Manorhamilton Community Games area which includes Kiltyclogher, Glenfarne, Manorhamilton, Killargue, Dromahair, Newtownmanor, Glencar and Mullies. Two will qualify from each individual event and go on to represent their area at the County Finals which will be held at the Aura Leisure Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, on 21st April. For further details phone Maria on 087 6131817. Good luck to all the competitors but particularly those from Killargue!
With help from a neighbour I’m currently collecting contact numbers of Killargue residents who have young(er) family members living and working abroad. I thought it might be interesting to hear the stories of what they’re up to/what life and work is like for them and maybe something about the country they are now living in. If I’ve got your contact details in this regard then I’ll be on the phone in the not too distant future..........but why wait for me to call you? Pick up the phone and tell me how your “Killargue Kid” is getting along!
there’s nothing to share, so anything that happened yesterday, is happening today or expected to happen tomorrow that may be of interest to our community, then please let me know at the number/address at the top of these notes and I’ll spread the word!