Benny Thade McCarthy of West Limerick 102FM sent an open invitation to people with stories to tell, songs to sing, poems to recite……
He wants a gathering of interesting people around him for the official launch of his monthly Rambling House at Fr. Casey’s GAA Clubhouse in Abbeyfeale on Monday, October 3rd 2016 at 8pm.
The evening will open with a mass at 8pm. This will be followed by the cutting of a ribbon by ‘Big Maggie’ – described by Benny Thade as ‘a fantastic singer and entertainer from Glin.’
The Magic of Radio
I know this is radio, but Big Maggie will be there and there will be a ribbon and a scissors and dancers – it’s been done before. And the magic of radio exercises one’s imagination like no other medium.
Benny is inviting: singers, song writers, musicians, dancers, storytellers and poets – and everybody from far and near to attend and ramble the night away. Tea and coffee and refreshments will be served along with mighty entertainment and a raffle to keep the show on the road. All that for €5 per night.
West Limerick 102FM is a community radio station covering the western half of County Limerick The station has been transmitting since May 15th 2005.
A small core of staff and over 100 volunteers produce a hugely rich and entertaining schedule of programmes broadcasting over 18 hours a day, every day of the week.
The station covers areas as diverse as gardening, folklore, current events, cooking, farming, local history and all types of music.
It plays an active part in profiling local happenings and community events, as well as supporting local businesses and organisations.
Ideas for shows and stories come from its listenership and in turn are made and presented by community members, neighbours, family and friends.
Find out more about the station with a click on the link here: http://www.westlimerick102fm.com/schedule.php
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