Annual Culture Night at An Glórach
On Friday, September 20th An Glórach will host its annual Culture Night event.
By: Marian Harnett
This year is a Scoraíocht theme, with song, music, dance and drama, celebrating the culture and heritage of Abbeyfeale and the surrounding area. In a month in which we celebrate local, national and international talent, we are confident there is something to please everyone in our September programme. All events start at 8 pm, keep up to date with events on our facebook page and for bookings or enquiries please contact 0871383940
Courses in September
The following courses are starting up the middle of September:
Beginners Computers for all ages, cookery, sewing, Childcare QQI Level 5 & 6, Healthcare QQI Level 5, Beginners Woodturning, Woodwork, Furniture Making, Upcycling Furniture, Beginners Art, Payroll Manual & Computerised, Bookkeeping Manual & Computerised, Excel for beginners, Beginners Sign Language. If you wish to register for any of the above, please call Mary in the office of the old Tech: 068 31198
Creating Confidence Through Performce
Theatric Theatre School featuring: drama, dancing, singing and prop making classes begin in Abbeyfeale on Monday 16th September next 4-5pm.
Performance of Oliver Twist will take place on the week of 2nd December, 2019. Suitable for ages 4-16. Places available. Now enrolling. Call Jo Jordan 087 6104224. Also visit us on Facebook.
Busy Season at An Glórach
We are looking forward to a busy September schedule. First up on Thursday, September 12th is Limerick singer-songwriter Emma Langford.
Emma received widespread critical acclaim for her debut album Quiet Giant in 2017 and last year won the RTE Radio One ‘Best Emerging Artist’ award at their inaugural folk awards.
A concert not to be missed, Emma will be ably supported on the night by Trevor Sexton, who made a fantastic impression at the Hearts of Men concert at the Glórach in June.
Two days later, we switch genres, but the level of high quality musicianship will remain constant as Leroy Troy and his Hillbilly Trio come to town. Having wowed international audiences, they make their debut at the Glórach and suffice to say it’s rare a bluegrass group of this calibre come to Abbeyfeale so make sure to mark Saturday 14th in your diary.
The Limerick Public Participation Network (PPN) Secretariat is delighted to announce that the PPN’s membership registration/re registration process has re-opened.
They are now inviting community and voluntary groups and across Limerick City and County to register or reregister to be part of a local structure that helps citizens take an active formal role in relevant policy development and representing the PPN on various committees of the Local Authority.
Set Dance Classes
Set dancing for beginners will commence on Monday, September 2 in the Marian Hall, Moyvane at 8pm. Individual attention will be given where required.
First Friday Reflections With Fr. Shoji
On the First Friday of each month, Fr Shoji will lead an hour of Praise and Worship in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel beginning at 9am.
Harnett Magazine Still Available
Some Harnett Reunion magazines are still available at Ann Lyons Shop and from James Harnett, also the final items of Harnett merchandise are available at Heavenly Gifts.