Local Notes Jan 28th

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Fenagh Visitor Centre is open all year round – (Heritage Centre, Indoor
Children’s Play Area, Dolmen Café, Hall rental/meeting space). It is open Mon Feb 4th to Friday Feb 8th from 10am-5.30pm and Sat & Sun Feb 9th and 10th from 12 noon-5.30pm. Free internet access (Wi-Fi) and local newspapers available to all customers. Follow us on Facebook ‘fenaghvisitorcentre’. Also visit our website at www.fenagh.com which features lots of information on historical Fenagh, upcoming classes and events, Monk’s Den playtime and birthday rates and other facilities on offer. For further information contact Teresa on (071) 9645590.

Fenagh Visitor Centre – What’s On in January
Tuesdays – Active Age 8pm
Wednesdays – Hip Hop with Charlene Mulligan 5.15pm for u5’s, 6.15pm for Over 5’s, 7pm Zumba class for Teens and Adults
Thursdays – Parent & Toddler Group 10am-noon, Yoga with Malo 7/8.30pm
Fridays – Parent & Toddler Group 10am-noon, Bum and Tums Class 6.00/6.45pm

Fenagh St. Patrick’s Day Parade
It’s that time of year again and as St.Patrick’s Day is fast approaching the
Fenagh Events & Social Committee are busy making preparations for the third Annual Parade in Fenagh. In keeping with this process, nomination boxes are in place in the Abbey Bar, Quinn’s Pub and Gala Express in Fenagh seeking your nomination for who will be St. Patrick 2013 so please don’t forget to cast your vote. Thank you.

Lecture on Killegar Papers In Ballinamore Library
Leitrim County Library, Ballinamore, will host a lecture entitled ‘The Killegar Archive: a Leitrim treasure’ on Wednesday, 30 January at 7.30 pm. The speaker will be Martin Morris, an archivist who worked on the papers. The Killegar Archive, consisting of papers of the Morgan and Godley families of Killegar, Carrigallen, is on loan to Leitrim County Library from the Killegar Estate. The collection is a unique window into the lives of members of the families for about three hundred years from before the purchase of the estate by Richard Morgan in 1734 to close to the death of his descendant Lord Kilbracken in 2006. Most of the archives concern the Godley family, with the bulk being the papers of Lord Kilbracken, who led a long and remarkable life. The collection is also an important resource for local historians. The lecture
will explore the papers and what they tell us about the people who created them. Admission to this Lecture is free and everyone is welcome.

On this weekend the 2/3rd of february in Rooskey Complex, “1000 euro”prize money. for more info or to enter a teamcontact: Micheal Dooner on 087-9876150 or Aidan Reilly on 087-9725120

Fenagh St Caillins Set Dancers
Hard luck to Fenagh St Caillins Set dancers who danced brilliantly and were unlucky to finish second in The Connacht Scor na Nog Finals on Saturday last, in Castlebar. The talented group of dancers are Mark Keegan, Eoin McLoughlin, Conor O’Rourke, David Wrynn, Louise Cafferty, Niamh Dwyer, Eabha Gill and Emma Gill. Well done also to their mentors Eileen Doonan and Teresa Ellis.

Ceili Dancing
Gorvagh Community Centre on Monday 4th Feb starting at 8:30pm. All welcome for a great nights entertainment.

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