'' Warm Sept brings the Fruit ''
COFFEE MORNING: Thursday 19th Sept: A Milford Hospice Coffee Morning will take place from 10.30am to 2pm at the Desmond Complex, Newcastle West. Your support, as always, would be greatly appreciated.
WRITING COURSE: This new 6-week course will focus on learning the basic elements of fiction writing. The course will suit beginners and the more established writer looking to structure their work. In a supportive environment, go along and learn how to get started writing that story you always wanted to tell. Tutor Sheila Quealey. For more information contact - firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 063-98727.
Friday 20th Sept: Musica Fusion School, Charleville. 6.30pm - 7pm. The Musica Fusion Orchestra and Musica Fusion choir will perform on culture night! Schoolyard Theatre: 8pm - 9.30pm. An Evening of Traditional and Folk Music hosted by local music group Ceoltóirí Clárach featuring an abundance of fantastic talent from local young and mature musicians. Red door Gallery: NCWest. 8-9pm. Paintings by Olivia O’Keeffe on exhibit until Oct 5th. Opening reception on Culture night with harpists Claire & Kayla McMahon. Parkway Shopping Centre: Fri 13th - 20th: The John McCarthy Circus Travelling Exhibition gives an intriguing and colourful insight into the travelling circuses and their contribution to Ireland's cultural heritage. Splendid colours invite us inside the circus canvas with thirteen local artists exhibiting their take on the 'Big Top' with a contemporary arts exhibition.The exhibition will be open daily from 12 noon until 6pm. Late opening on Thursdays & Fridays until 9pm. Hunt Museum: 5pm - 10pm: Experience the taste, smells and sights of The Culture of Food. Professional chefs will be cooking ten recipes submitted by Limerick people, 5pm - 9pm. (€5 per dish). Hear the sounds of Poland, Africa and Ireland.
HARVEST DAY: Sunday 22nd: The Greybridge Harvest Day will take place in Manister. Our day will include tractor, vintage cars and machinery displays, model displays, monster raffle, lots of fun and games for all the family.. Gates open at 12pm, with proceeds on the day going to Cliona's Foundation, TLC4CF and Manister Community.
FREE SIGN LANGUAGE CLASS: International Week of the Deaf 23rd-29th September. Tuesday the 24th is the day that promotes sign language rights for all children. So, TUESDAY 24th September, at 6pm Karol McGuirk, our sign language teacher is giving a FREE sign language class at Musica Fusion School, Charleville, at 6pm. This class is for children aged 7+ and booking is essential to reserve your place. This is a unique opportunity for children to learn a little of a language that means so much and is so important to so many people. To register your child for a lesson call/text Susie on 087-9873379.
REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED: For the month of September, we remember our family, friends and neighbours, whose mortuary cards are displayed on the Church noticeboard:- Sean & David Shine, Eileen & Bridie Moloney, Granagh. Julia Brosnan & Mary Hartigan, Coolruss. Nora Herlihy, Kingsland. Philip Noonan, Kilmore. Johnny Houlihan, Kilmacanearla. Katherine Martin & Catherine O'Connor, Ballyguile. Liam English, Lees Cross. Arthur O'Leary, Castletown. Ellen Sheehy, Croagh. Kathleen Hayes & Patrick Power, Pallasgrean. Tadhg O'Flynn, Ballingarry. James Curtin, Foynes. Patsy Fitzgibbon, England.
CONGRATULATIONS: Birthday wishes for Mick Fitzgerald who celebrated his 80th over the weekend. Congrats Mick, hope you enjoyed the party.
ORGANIC COURSES: QQI Level 5 & 6 in Organic Horticulture are on offer in the Organic College, Drumcollogher. Full time and part-time courses available so contact the college for further information. 063 - 83604 or email - oifig@organic college.com. You can also visit their web site www.organiccollege.com. Their produce is on sale in their shop, Monday to Thursday. DIARY: Tue 17th: Yoga is Back at 7.30pm in the Hall. Fri 20th: Culture Night. Fri 20th: Coffee Morning for Deel Animal Group at Holllytree Clinic, 12pm - 2pm. Thur 26th - 29th: Limerick Jazz Festival.