Local Notes May 9th

Congratulations
Congratulations to all the boys and girls from St Caillin’s NS who made their First Holy Communion last Saturday, May 7th in St Mary’s Church, Foxfield.

Bike Week
This Saturday (14 May) there will be a free breakfast for all cyclists as part of National Bike Week 2022.  Cycle to Fenagh Visitor Centre and get a free bacon or egg sandwich. The Bike Doctor will also be available to help diagnose mechanical issues and make small adjustments to your bike. For more information, email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com. Happy cycling. Thanks to Leitrim Sports Partnership for funding assistance.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Updated play times: The play slot times for the Monk’s Den have changed. €6 per child Slot 1: 10am – 11.30am Slot 2: 12 noon – 1.30pm Slot 3: 3pm – 4.30pm. Please call 0719645590 or email bookings.fenaghvc@gmail.com to book your place. Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the numbers above.

Parent & Toddler Group
Fenagh Parent, Baby and Toddler group meet every Friday morning from 10am-12 noon at Fenagh Visitor Centre. It costs  €6 per family (+ €3 for extra adults) and includes two hours of play in the Monk’s Den, toast, fruit and juice for kids, scones and tea/ coffee for parents. For more information, contact Fenagh Visitor Centre on 0719645590 / fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com

Fenagh Tidy Towns
We meet every Tuesday evening at 7pm from the Visitor Centre –if you would like to volunteer and can spare an hour or two please come along any Tuesday – many hands make light work!

Leitrim Harriers
AGM is going to be held Friday 20 May 8:30pm at Mitchell’s Bar, Carrigallen, Leitrim. All welcome. Puppy walkers needed: Leitrim Harriers have a selection of puppies looking to be walked. For those not lucky enough to have done this before it involves fostering a puppy or puppies for a period of a few months. During that time the temporary home acclimatises  the puppy to life, getting them used to collar and lead , children etc. Basically the foster home gives the puppy confidence ready for their new life in the pack. Often there is the opportunity to name the puppy and the pleasure of watching your hound enter the pack in the autumn.If you feel  you can support the Hunt in this way please contact James Mee 087 6833457 or Sarah Grimes 0838130589 . Share with your friends you never know they might just like to do this! 

Padre Pio Healing Mass  
You are warmly invited by our Parish Pastoral Council and community to join with us for the return of our annual Padre Pio Healing Mass in Saint Patrick’s Church, Ballinamore,  on Wednesday 25 May at 7.00pm. The Celebrant will be, Celebrant: Br. Bryan Shortall, Capuchin Priest from Dublin and Manager of Irish Centre for Padre Pio, Pastor to St. Francis’s Church & Parish Dublin   and Author of “Tired of all the bad news”. There will be Capuchin Friars present with Relics of St. Pio for individual blessings after the Mass. Many healings have been attributed to the intercession of Saint Pio and large crowds always attend the healing Masses dedicated to his life. Everyone Welcome.

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Local Notes May 2nd

Golden Jubilee
Congratulations and best wishes to Fr Tommy Greenan who recently celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood which took place on 22nd April 1962.

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game finished for this season last Thursday night, with the presentation of prizes for the Winter/Spring league. The League winners were First: Tom Tiernan 49 games, Second: James Gunning 45 games, Joint Third: Kevin Foley and Micheal Guckian 43 games each, Fourth: Doc Healy 42 games. The winners on the night were Jim Holohan, Eugene Lennon and Padraig Mulligan with 8 games each. The club would like to thank all the card players who supported us and look forward to seeing everyone back again in September.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment. 
Updated play times: The play slot times for the Monk’s Den have changed. €6 per childSlot 1: 10am – 11.30am Slot 2: 12 noon – 1.30pm Slot 3: 3pm – 4.30pm. Please call 0719645590 or email bookings.fenaghvc@gmail.com to book your place. Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the numbers above.

Parent & Toddler Group
Fenagh Parent, Baby and Toddler group meet every Friday morning from 10am-12 noon at Fenagh Visitor Centre. It costs  €6 per family (+ €3 for extra adults) and includes two hours of play in the Monk’s Den, toast, fruit and juice for kids, scones and tea/ coffee for parents. For more information, contact Fenagh Visitor Centre on 0719645590 / fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com

Fenagh Tidy Towns
We meet every Tuesday evening at 7pm from the Visitor Centre – new volunteers are badly needed to help keep on top of the work – if you would like to volunteer and can spare an hour or two please come along any Tuesday – many hands make light work!

Darkness into Light
Takes place May 7th at Ballinamore Community School. Register at www.darknessintolight.ie

Padre Pio Healing Mass  
You are warmly invited by our Parish Pastoral Council and community to join with us for the return of our annual Padre Pio Healing Mass in Saint Patrick’s Church, Ballinamore,  on Wednesday 25 May at 7.00pm. The Celebrant will be, Celebrant: Br. Bryan Shortall, Capuchin Priest from Dublin and Manager of Irish Centre for Padre Pio, Pastor to St. Francis’s Church & Parish Dublin   and Author of “Tired of all the bad news”. There will be Capuchin Friars present with Relics of St. Pio for individual blessings after the Mass. Many healings have been attributed to the intercession of Saint Pio and large crowds always attend the healing Masses dedicated to his life. Everyone Welcome.

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Local Notes April 25th

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game concludes this Thursday night April 28 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. Last week’s  joint winners were Noel Beirne and Noel McWeeney with 7 games each.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com  

Parent & Toddler Group
Fenagh Parent & Toddler Group hope to reconvene on Friday 29 April at the Visitor Centre.  More details to follow – if interested you can call the Centre or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com with your contact details

Fenagh Tidy Towns
We meet every Tuesday evening at 7pm from the Visitor Centre – new volunteers are badly needed to help keep on top of the work – if you would like to volunteer and can spare an hour or two please come along any Tuesday – many hands make light work!

Darkness into Light
Takes place May 7th at Ballinamore Community School. Register at www.darknessintolight.ie

Ballinamore Credit Union – Social Dividend
In 2021 we donated a total of €12,860 to the 8 National Schools and 2 Secondary Schools in our area to assist them with the costs of coping with COVID-19. This year we are asking Community Groups in our area to apply to us in writing outlining if they received a donation from Ballinamore Credit Union what they would use it for and how it would assist their group. Applications to be received by Friday 30 April 2022

Padre Pio Healing Mass  
You are warmly invited by our Parish Pastoral Council and community to join with us for the return of our annual Padre Pio Healing Mass in Saint Patrick’s Church, Ballinamore,  on Wednesday 25 May at 7.00pm. The Celebrant will be, Celebrant: Br. Bryan Shortall, Capuchin Priest from Dublin and Manager of Irish Centre for Padre Pio, Pastor to St. Francis’s Church & Parish Dublin   and Author of “Tired of all the bad news”. There will be Capuchin Friars present with Relics of St. Pio for individual blessings after the Mass. Many healings have been attributed to the intercession of Saint Pio and large crowds always attend the healing Masses dedicated to his life. Everyone Welcome.

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Local Notes April 18

Sympathy
Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Anna Dolan (nee Reynolds) Meath/Fenagh.  Anna was a former National School Teacher in Fenagh. May she rest in peace 

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game continues this Thursday night April 21 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. Last week’s winners were Tom Tiernan 6 games and Eugene Lennon, Pat Joe Greenan, Philip Farrelly & Jim Holohan were joint second with 5 games each.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com   

Parent & Toddler Group
Fenagh Parent & Toddler Group hope to reconvene on Friday 29 April at the Visitor Centre.  More details to follow – if interested you can call the Centre or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com with your contact details

Fenagh Tidy Towns
We meet every Tuesday evening at 7pm from the Visitor Centre – new volunteers are badly needed to help keep on top of the work – if you would like to volunteer and can spare an hour or two please come along any Tuesday – many hands make light work! Thanks to all who came out for the An Taisce’s Spring Clean last Friday – we collected lots of rubbish from the roads.  Native sapling trees were also distributed after the clean-up as part of National Tree Week 2022.

Ballinamore Credit Union – Social Dividend
In 2021 we donated a total of €12,860 to the 8 National Schools and 2 Secondary Schools in our area to assist them with the costs of coping with COVID-19. This year we are asking Community Groups in our area to apply to us in writing outlining if they received a donation from Ballinamore Credit Union what they would use it for and how it would assist their group. Applications to be received by Friday 30th April 2022 

Talk in Ballinamore Library
On Friday 22 April at 8pm, Ballinamore Library will host its first live event, since pre Covid 19 Pandemic. Dr Liam McNiffe will present his research on the killing of Drumreilly Methodist farmer, John Harrison in April 1921.

Padre Pio Healing Mass  You are warmly invited by our Parish Pastoral Council and community to join with us for the return of our annual Padre Pio Healing Mass in Saint Patrick’s Church, Ballinamore,  on Wednesday 25 May at 7.00pm. The Celebrant will be, Celebrant: Br. Bryan Shortall, Capuchin Priest from Dublin and Manager of Irish Centre for Padre Pio, Pastor to St. Francis’s Church & Parish Dublin   and Author of “Tired of all the bad news”. There will be Capuchin Friars present with Relics of St. Pio for individual blessings after the Mass. Many healings have been attributed to the intercession of Saint Pio and large crowds always attend the healing Masses dedicated to his life. Everyone Welcome.
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Local Notes April 11th

An Taisce Spring Clean / National Tree Week
For National Tree Week 2022 Leitrim County Council kindly provided 100 native trees for Fenagh residents to plant.   Fenagh residents can collect trees from Fenagh Visitor Centre on the 15th of April at 12 noon (after our National Spring Clean litter pick). We ask everyone who collects a sapling to take and share a photo of them planting their trees. Maximum 5 trees per household. Available on a first come first served basis

Fenagh Tidy Towns
We meet every Tuesday evening at 7pm from the Visitor Centre – new volunteers are badly needed to help keep on top of the work – if you would like to volunteer and can spare an hour or two please come along any Tuesday – many hands make light work!

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game continues this Thursday night April 14 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. Last week’s winners were Tom Tiernan 7 games, Tommy Flynn, Doc Healy, Vincent O’Rourke and Martin Quinn were joint second with 4 games each.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com  

Easter Egg Hunt
The Monk’s Den Easter Egg Hunt takes place 15, 16 and 17 April at Fenagh Visitor Centre. Come for your play slot and see how many eggs you can find. To book your play slot call us on 0719645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com

Parent & Toddler Group
Fenagh Parent & Toddler Group hope to reconvene on Friday 29 April at the Visitor Centre.  More details to follow – if interested you can call the Centre or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com with your contact details .

Easter Sunday Sunrise Service
St Catherine’s Church at 6.15am – All Welcome. We are delighted to be able to gather as a community in Fenagh for our sunrise service to greet the dawning of Easter as a Christian community. Join us as we gather in the Peace garden before entering the church. Jesus appeared amongst them and said, Peace be with You

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Local Notes Apr 4th

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm and Sundays 12-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com  

Easter Egg Hunt
The Monk’s Den Easter Egg Hunt. 15th, 16th and 17th April at Fenagh Visitor Centre. Come for your play slot and see how many eggs you can find. To book your play slot call us on 0719645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com

Easter Flower Arranging
Wednesday 13th April at 8pm at Fenagh Visitor Centre. Join us to make your Easter basket/ arrangement/ centre-piece. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. Email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com or call 0719645590 to book your place.

Fenagh Tidy Towns
We meet every Tuesday evening at 6pm from the Visitor Centre – new volunteers are badly needed to help keep on top of the work – if you would like to volunteer and can spare an hour or two please come along any Tuesday – many hands make light work!

An Taisce Spring Clean
Join us on Friday the 15th of April at 10am for the annual An Taisce National Spring Clean in Fenagh. Hi-Vis vests, litter pickers, gloves and bin bags are available at Fenagh Visitor Centre and we will organise for the full litter bags to be collected. Free cup of tea for all participants after the litter pick at the Visitor Centre.

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game continues this Thursday night April 7 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. Last week’s winners were Doc Healy 7 games, Philip Farrelly and James Gunning were joint second with 6 games each.

Memorial Mass
Last year during Covid, Leitrim lost two of its greatest footballers; Packie McGarty and Cathal Flynn.  Both Packie and Cathal won minor championship medals with Fenagh in 1951 & 1952.  It was so sad that two people who were so admired in Leitrim and indeed loved by all who knew them were not permitted a proper funeral due to lockdown restrictions. There will be a Memorial Mass for Packie and Cathal, RIP on Saturday, 9 April at 11.00am in St Patrick’s Parish Church, Mohill, Co. Leitrim.  It will be a GAA gathering in every sense.  Everyone is welcome.

Thank you
South Leitrim Active Age Forum Committee would like to sincerely thank Fenagh Development Company for the use of the Community Centre and assistance from their staff for our very successful Ukrainian Refugee Fundraiser appeal which took place on March 23 last. 

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Local Notes March 28

Sympathy
Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Sean Meehan, Aughavadden who passed away recently. May he rest in peace

Fenagh St Patrick’s Day Parade
Well done to the local organising committee and all participants in this year’s parade – great to see the event back again.

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game continues this Thursday night March 31 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. The Jackpot was won last week by John Nolan with 7 games. Martin Quinn and Tom Tiernan were joint second with 6 games each.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com  

Scouts
1st Leitrim Scouts
 are now enrolling:   Cubs (age 8-11years) and Scouts (age 12-15years).    New and existing members are welcome.  We will be starting our program from 6 April (days and times will vary), activities will include hiking, camping, kayaking, learning basic first aid, map reading and survival skills, treasure trails, games, guest speakers, educational visits and much more. Please enrol before 31 March by email scouts1stleitrim@yahoo.com or text/whatsapp (0872888805).  Please include child’s name and age as well as a contact number and one of our Scouters will contact you with further details.

Climb with Charlie
*Date*: 02-04-2022 *Time*: 12:30 pm *Location*: Sliabh an Iarainn, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim *Contact Details*; *Doonhillwalk@gmail.com. A local group are organising this walk we hope Charlie Bird by his efforts can raise  badly needed funding for the two very worthy charities IMNDA and Pieta House. *The Walk;* Is open to all, it would be described as ‘moderate’ however it is a 10km walk so a decent level of fitness would be required, the track is mostly forest roads so firm footwear is recommended and conditions underfoot should be firm for most of the way. *Transport*; Because of very limited parking at the Start/finish point there’ll be a shuttle Bus leaving and returning to St. Mary’s Church Aughnasheelin N41 HR04 the bus is kindly sponsored by Carol and Adrian Wrynn (Wrynn’s Transport Ltd.). Time; 12.30-1pm. Donate: https://www.idonate.ie/1stLeitrimScoutGroup244. All monies donated go directly to the two charities

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Local Notes March 21

Sympathy
Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Sean Meehan, Aughavadden who passed away recently. May he rest in peace

Fenagh St Patrick’s Day Parade
Well done to the local organising committee and all participants in this year’s parade – great to see the event back again.

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game resumes this Thursday night March 24 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com  

Ukrainian Refugee Fund Raising Social
South Leitrim Active Age Forum have organised a special Ukrainian Refugee Fund Raising Social in Fenagh Community Centre (next to St. Mary’s Church, Foxfield) on Wednesday March 23. The evening kicks off at 7.30pm (doors open 7.00pm) with music, dancing, raffle and spot prizes and refreshments. We are inviting all members and their friends to come along and support our effort to help those vulnerable people. Admission optional on the night. If you would like to donate in any way and unable to come on the night you can put your donation in a sealed envelope and/or a spot prize and sent it with a committee member.

Scouts
1st Leitrim Scouts
 are now enrolling:   Cubs (age 8-11years) and Scouts (age 12-15years).    New and existing members are welcome.  We will be starting our program from 6 April (days and times will vary), activities will include hiking, camping, kayaking, learning basic first aid, map reading and survival skills, treasure trails, games, guest speakers, educational visits and much more. Please enrol before 31st March by email scouts1stleitrim@yahoo.com or text/whatsapp (0872888805).  Please include child’s name and age as well as a contact number and one of our Scouters will contact you with further details.

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Local Notes March 14

Fenagh St Patrick’s Day Parade
Fenagh St Patrick’s Day Parade is back! Join us on Thursday 17 March from 2pm in Fenagh Village. The event is free and family friendly. Food and live music from Forse to follow in Quinn’s Bar

Selton Hill Exhibition
The Selton Hill Exhibition is currently running at Fenagh Visitor Centre.  Remaining dates:
Wednesday 16 March 10 am – 5pm
Thursday 17 March 12 noon – 5pm
Friday 18 March 11am – 5pm. Exhibition Closes
Free entry – all welcome.  More info at www.Fenagh.com (please note playarea is closed on these days)

Fenagh Development Table Quiz
Get your thinking caps on and head down to Quinn’s Bar, Fenagh on Friday March 18 for a Table Quiz.  This year all proceeds will go towards the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis.  Table of 4 is 20 euro – starts 9pm sharp.  All support greatly appreciated. 

Enrolment Junior Infants St Caillin’s NS
Enrolment of Infants in St. Caillin’s N.S. for the 2022-2023 school year has begun.  Enrolment forms can be collected from the school office from 9.45am to 2.45pm or by contacting the school at 071-9645244. Please return to the school (by hand or post) before 1.30pm on Friday, March 16 2022

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game takes a break this Thursday St Patrick’s Day and will resume Thursday night March 24 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. The club would like to thank all who played in last Thursday night’s fundraiser for the Irish Red Cross Ukraine Appeal. The winner on the night was Kevin Foley after a playoff with 4 players finishing with 6 games.

Ukrainian Refugee Fund Raising Social
South Leitrim Active Age Forum have organised a special Ukrainian Refugee Fund Raising Social in Fenagh Community Centre (next to St. Mary’s Church, Foxfield) on Wednesday March 23rd. The evening kicks off at 7.30pm (doors open 7.00pm) with music, dancing, raffle and spot prizes and refreshments. We are inviting all members and their friends to come along and support our effort to help those vulnerable people. Admission optional on the night. If you would like to donate in any way and unable to come on the night you can put your donation in a sealed envelope and/or a spot prize and sent it with a committee member.

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Local Notes March 7th

Fenagh St Patricks Day Parade
Takes place Thursday March 17 at 2pm.  Tickets are now available for the St Patricks Day parade raffle €2 per line. 1st Prize €280 voucher kindly sponsored by the Beef Bros 2nd Prize Hamper worth €120.  Tickets available in The Monks Den and Quinns Bar

Enrolment Junior Infants St Caillin’s NS
Enrolment of Infants in St. Caillin’s N.S. for the 2022-2023 school year will begin Tuesday, March 1 2022.  Enrolment forms can be collected from the school office from 9.45am to 2.45pm or by contacting the school at 071-9645244. Please return to the school (by hand or post) before 1.30pm on Friday, March 18 2022

Progressive 25 Card Game
The 25 Card Game continues this Thursday night March 10 in the Community Centre at 8.30. Nightly prizes, Jackpot and League prizes. Entry Fee €8. Proceeds in aid of Fenagh Handball Club. New players welcome. Last week’s winners were Tommy Flynn and Micheal Guckian with 8 games each. This Thursday night all monies raised will go to the Irish Red Cross Ukraine Appeal.

Fenagh Visitor Centre
Current opening hours Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Birthday parties and playtime at the Centre must be pre-booked for the moment.  Also available Coffeeshop/Wifi/History & Heritage/Meeting Space.  Community Centre bookings can also be made at the following: Tel: 071 9645590 or email fenaghvisitorcentre@gmail.com  

Selton Hill Exhibition
Fenagh Visitor Centre will be the venue for the Selton Hill Exhibition which runs from 11 –  18 March 2022. Opening times are as follows:
Friday 11 March 1pm – 6pm, Exhibition Opens
Saturday 12 March 10am – 5pm
Sunday 13 March 12noon – 5pm
Monday 14 March 10am  – 5pm
Tuesday 15 March 10am – 5pm
Wednesday 16 March 10 am – 5pm
Thursday 17 March 12noon – 5pm
Friday 18 March 11am – 5pm. Exhibition Closes. Free entry.  More updates at www.fenagh.com

Table Quiz
Get your thinking caps on and head down to Quinn’s Bar, Fenagh on Friday March 18th for a Table Quiz – all proceeds this year go towards the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis.  Table of 4 is 20 euro – starts 9pm sharp.  All support greatly appreciated. 

Acorns present Loophole **THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED**
On Friday 18, the Mohill based Acorn Players will present Loophole, a 3 Act Comedy in the Island Theatre Ballinamore at 8pm. This is a great play by John McManus, well known for his collaborations with Seamus O Rourke so you are guaranteed a great night of fun and laughter. It will also be a chance to admire this magnificent new theatre. It is such a great venue for drama in Leitrim and great credit to the people in Ballinamore who saw this big undertaking to its conclusion. Come out and have a laugh. There is too much sadness around.

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