Local Notes April 16th

Progressive 25
The Winter/Spring season of Progressive 25 concluded last Thursday night. The winners on the night were Sean Masterson 7 games and Leslie Hewston 6 games. The Winter/Spring League winners were: First: Doc Healy 49 games. Second: Eugene Lennon 44 games. Joint Third: Jim Holohan and Sean Tighe 42 games.Fifth: Vincent O’Rourke 41 games.Fenagh Handball Club would like to thank all the card players who supported us over both seasons and look forward to seeing you all again in September.

Fenagh Drama Troupe – Fundraising Night
If you missed it then you have one last chance to see it – Fenagh Drama Troupe’s highly recommended production of The Maiden Aunt takes place on Saturday April 21st at Fenagh Community Centre – this is a fundraising night for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind and also Fenagh Debrillator Fund.  Tickets 10 euro.  Doors 7.30pm Curtain 8.30pm

Fenagh Tidy Towns
Our next meeting is Monday April 23rd at 9pm in the Visitor Centre – new members always welcome.

Cake Sale – Fundraiser
Fenagh NS Parents Association are holding a cake sale in the Community Centre on Sunday May 6th after Mass.  All support appreciated

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Fenagh Visitor Centre is open all year round – (Heritage Centre, Indoor Children’s Play Area, Dolmen Café, Hall rental/meeting space). Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm and Sat & Sun  12-5.30pm (last admission to playarea 4.30pm). Free internet access (Wi-Fi), local newspapers and tourist information available to all visitors. Follow us on Face book ‘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 call (071) 9645590.

Fitness  Classes
Fitness with Julie continues Mondays at 8pm. Yoga with Deniese Thursdays 7pm – classes suitable for all levels. Venue: Visitor Centre

Art for Adults
Art classes (oil and acrylics) with Noreen Gaffney continues on Wednesday evenings 7-9pm for at Fenagh Visitor Centre.  Call 9645590 to register or for more info

Baby & Toddler Group
Every Friday morning from 10am-12pm at the Visitor Centre.  Ideal for babies and preschool children, all welcome, no need to sign up just come along any Friday morning.

Fenagh Community Centre          
Fenagh Community Centre is located beside Fenagh Church and is available to rent for functions, funerals, meetings, concerts, sports, etc. Call 071 9645590 to book or arrange a viewing.  You can also view the facilities on www.Fenagh.com or like our Face book page ‘Fenagh Community Centre

Social Dancing
Continues every Wednesday night at Fenagh Community Centre 8.30pm.  Call Mary Brady for more info 086 0502442

Ceili Dancing in Gorvagh
Ceili Dancing in Gorvagh in full swing on Monday nights at 8:30pm sharp.

Darkness into Light
On May 12th Ballinamore Community School will host their first Darkness into Light 5k Walk, in aid of Pieta House.This event will begin at 4.15am, in darkness, as people walk the 5km route around Ballinamore and finish as the dawn is breaking.To participate in the event. Go online to www.darknessintolight.ie. For the venue make sure to click on “Ballinamore Community School. Online registration only.

Sensory Room Open Morning
As part of Autism Awareness Month, staff in Mohill Library will host an Open Morning for its Sensory Room for parents/guardians/carers on Wednesday, 25 April 2018, from 10.30am to 12.30pm. The morning will begin with introductions and refreshments at 10.30am.  Our guest speaker, Carla Flynn (Senior Occupational Therapist) will deliver a presentation on sensory issues and how these affect a child, show the benefits of the sensory room and finally from 12.00pm to 12.30pm the Sensory Room will be open for viewing.For more information or to book your place please contact the Library on 07196 31360. This is a free event and all are welcome!

World Curlew Day
In connection with World Curlew Day, Annie Birtwistle, Curlew Action Team contracted to the NPWS for Curlew Conservation Programme will give a talk on the curlew, which was once one of Ireland’s most iconic and best known bird species but now fears extinction. All are welcome to come along to Mohill Library onFriday, 20 April 2018, at 6.30pm, and learn more about this bird and how it can be protected. For more information, please contact Mohill Library on 07196 31360. Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome!


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