Local Notes June 10th

Fenagh Community Playgroup
Fenagh Community Playgroup is now enrolling for September 2013.  We cater for children aged from 2 years 10 months up to 5 years.  We also provide places under the ECCE scheme.  If your child is going to school in September 2014 and born between 02/02/2009 and 30/06/2010 they are entitled to avail of the FREE pre-school year.  If you wish to enrol your child you can call into the playgroup which has relocated to Gorvagh Community Centre or phone the playgroup leader Ceara on 086 3593244.

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 Monday  June 17th to Friday June 21st from 10.00-5.30pm and Sat/Sunday June 22 internet access (Wi-Fi), local newspapers and tourist information available to all visitors. 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 June
Mondays – Fitness with Julie 8pm
Thursdays – Parent & Toddler Group 10am-12 noon, Yoga with Malo 7/8.30pm
Fridays – Parent & Toddler Group 10am-12 noon

Beginners Guitar Lessons for Women
Learn to play guitar and play songs you like in a relaxed and friendly group  setting – 10 euro per class/1 hour. Contact Jane at 087 4165614 – dates and times to be confirmed.Venue: Fenagh Visitor Centre

St Caillins NS Parent’s Association
The AGM of the Parents Association takes place Wednesday June 12th at 8pm in the school.  All parents welcome.

Help My Kid Learn Day

The Library Help My Kid Learn Day on 11 June is part of a wider public information campaign going on at the moment, with the TV series in RTE 1 Mondays 7.30pm called “The Family Project”. County Childcare Committees and libraries are actively involved, sharing information about the www.helpmykidlearn.ie website. Overall, this campaign, led by the National Adult Literacy Agency, is about raising awareness of the important role parents and guardians can play in supporting their children’s literacy and numeracy development. Ballinamore library have on display books for both parents and children to help support them with this awareness.  When in the library you can also log onto the www.helpmykidlearn.ie website

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