Local Notes Jan 28th

Deepest Sympathy
Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Patricia (Patty) O’Rourke, Drumany who died recently.  May she rest in peace

Fenagh Drama Troupe
The Troupe are busy rehearsing for this year’s production which is a 2 Act Comedy by Tommy Marren entitled “Nobody’s Talking to Me”.  Keep St. Patrick’s weekend free, with nights to be confirmed in due course.  

Fenagh Community Playgroup
Fenagh Community Playgroup are looking for donations of toys for children aged from 2 years 8 months up to 4 years e.g. Jigsaws, outdoor toys.  If you have any toys that you want to donate call into the playgroup Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 12.00 or contact Ceara on 0863593244 .

Progressive 25 Card Game
Progressive 25 continues this Thursday night January 31st in Fenagh Community Centre, starting at 8.30. League prizes, Nightly prizes and Jackpots. Entry €8 with refreshments served. All new players welcome. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. Last week’s winners were Lorcan Masterson 7 games, Eugene Lennon and Tom Tiernan 6 games each. Jackpot now at 8 games.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Fenagh Visitor Centre is open all year round – (Heritage Centre, Indoor Children’s Play Area & Birthday Party Venue, Coffeeshop/WiFi, Hall rental/meeting space). Opening hours this week : Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm Sat & Sun 12-5.30pm.  For further information call (071) 9645590. 

Baby & Toddler Group
Continues every Friday from 10am-12pm.  New members always welcome.

Fitness Classes at the Visitor Centre
Fitness with Julie Mondays 8pm
Yoga with Deniese Thursdays 7pm
*New Class* Fridays 6-7pm Tone Up Session with Michelle Fanning. €30 for 6 sessions/ €7 pay as you go . Starts Friday Feb 1st. Contact Michelle on 0879390980

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 Class
Continues Wednesdays 8.30pm in Fenagh Community Centre

Rainbows Ireland Programme
A 9 week Rainbows Ireland Programme will begin in Mohill Family Support Centre Thursday 28th February at 7pm. This is a group support & listening programme for young people following a  bereavement or parental separation.  Spaces currently available to young people for both of these programmes.  Call Laura in Mohill Family Support Centre for more information on 071 9631253

Ballinamore Musical Society
This years production ‘Oklahoma’ is set to be staged between 15th and 22nd Feb. next. Final plans are being put in place with sponsors etc. If you would like to be associated and have your name included on the programme, please contact any committee member before Jan. 31st  – Dessie Wisley, Kevan Murphy, Anne Gallogly, Mary Banks Smith or Ross Dooner. All donations, spot prizes, tokens, etc will be very much appreciated. Mile buiochas.

Leitrim Warmer Homes Scheme
You are eligible to apply for Better Energy Warmer Homes Scheme if you are a homeowner and your home was built before 2006 and you are getting one of the following Benefits: 1. Fuel Allowance, 2. Job Seekers Allowance (over 6 months) and have child under 7, 3. Working Family Payment,  4. One Parent Family Payment,  5. Domiciliary Care Allowance,  6. Carers Allowance and live with the person you are caring for. If you don’t qualify for this Scheme you could qualify for other grants towards the cost of homeinsulation. Contact us on: Leitrim Warmer Homes team : 071 9640771 Address: Unit 1 Riverside, Carrick Road, Drumschanbo Co. Leitrim. N41VW14

A Brief history and appreciation of European Art. Ballinamore Library
Starting on Thursday 31 st January, Dr. Liam McNiff will give the first in a series of talks in Ballinamore library on the history of European Art with emphasis on the period 1350-1900 (Renaissance to Impressionism) The lectures will run for five Thursdays from 7pm to 9pm and will finish on Thursday 28 th February. The aim of these lectures is to enjoy art more, by having a sense of the major movements in art, as well as the characteristics of, and artists associated with, each movement. No prior knowledge of art, or art history, necessary. Admission is free and attendance one or all 5 sessions is welcome.

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