Coffee Morning Today
Coffee morning in The Cosy Cottage at 9am to midnight, today, Thursday 10 October in aid of mental health.
Book Launch tonight at McGrory’s
Local historian and author Sean Beattie is launching his latest book “Donegal in Transition The Impact of the Congested Districts Board” in McGrory’s, Culdaff, tonight, Thursday 10 October at 7pm in conjunction with the official opening of the Charles Macklin Autumn School. This will be followed by music from The Inishowen Traditional Music Project.
Taobh Na Cille Dance
Dance in Taobh na Cille next Wednesday with music by Tom Lafferty of Showcase (Sky TV) fame. Admission including supper €4 with dancing 8.45pm–11pm.
Rhyme Time At Carndonagh Library
Rhyme Time for preschool children will take place in the library every Wednesday morning at 11am.
Inishowen Civic Forum
The Inishowen Civic Forum, under the Chairmanship of Jim McCarroll, will launch an ambitious Regeneration Programme for the Inishowen Peninsula at a meeting in the Strand Hotel, Ballyliffin, at 8pm on Tuesday next 15 October at 8pm.
Among the VIP speakers for the launch will be John Hogan, national President, Muintir na Tire, who will address a wide range of regeneration matters such as providing the basic services in rural areas both for permanent residents and visitors. John says for many it will require thinking outside the box and that is what may well be required. He will illustrate his talk with slides.
Seamus Needs Your Donations
Donations of clothes, toys, bedding etc wanted for children to young adults orphanages in Latvia and Lithuania, leaving Greencastle on 22 October; contact Seamus Carey.
Feile Grianan Ailigh
Feile Grianan Ailigh are planning a series of fundraising events for nexty year. The first of the fundraisers will be a big fun quiz night at the Grianan Hotel on 15 November starting at 9pm sharp.
Moville Folk Choir
Moville Folk Choir would like new members to join them at the vigil mass; contact Agnes 938 2162.
A parent and toddler group is held in the Methodist hall every Thursday from 10am to midday; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 938 3645.
Serenity House Activities
Names are being taken for the usual wide range of courses, including children’s ECDL, due to start in the autumn; contact the centre for details.
Free counselling services available every Friday at Serenity House. Referrals from HSE, GP and others. Call 086 451 5729.
Greencastle Community Centre
Parent and Toddler group every Monday at 10am – 12. Chess Club every Thursday 4.30–5.30pm.
GCC will be running the following courses starting soon (subject to demand): Office Management- BTEI conditions apply; Counselling Skills -10 week Introduction to Counselling Skills started Tuesday 24 September at 6.30–8.30pm, Price: €50; Patchwork starting shortly; Basic Computers starting shortly. A free counselling service is now available in the centre. Please call 00447 84 922 3114 to talk to a counsellor direct or call us on 074 938 1054 to book an appointment.
For information on any of the above please phone 938 1054 or email@example.com.
Mr And Mrs Night
As a fundraiser for Scoil Cholmcille, Greencastle, the parents’ association is hosting a Mr and Mrs Night on Friday 1 November in the Redcastle Hotel followed by a disco. Doors open at 7.30pm for show starting at 8pm sharp. Tickets €10 and are available at Gillen’s, Moville, Redcastle Post Office, Castle Convenience, Greencastle. Hosted by Shane Carey and with participating couples: John and Evelyn McHenry, John and Julie Killen, Raymond and Antoinette Boyce, Michael and Sarah Doherty, Larry and Maeve Kealey and Charlie and Rosemarie Bonner a fun filled evening is guaranteed.
Good As New Shop, Moville
Moville Rowing club is currently operating the Good as New Shop beside lower chemist. Any person who has any items for the good as new shop please leave in as soon as possible.
Stop For Tea
Every Thursday at Glencrow hall 10.30am–12.30pm. Drop in for a cup of tea.
Moville Celtic FC Lotto
There were no winners of this week’s lotto jackpot. Numbers chosen were 3, 12, 13, 20. €20 draw winners: 1 Agnes McLaughlin, Quay St; 2; Kathleen Quinn, Ard Foyle; 3; Linda Skelly, Lecamey. Next week’s jackpot will be €4,500. The draw will take place in Big Ben’s Bistro on Sunday 13 October.