Tea Dance in Brosna, Hospice Coffee and Craft Fair News from The Mall

Mary McAuliffe – sent Tea Dance, Hospice Coffee Morning and November Craft Fair notices.  ©Photograph: John Reidy

Sunday Tea Dance in Brosna

Sliabh Luachra Active Retired Network is holding its October Tea Dance in the Parish Hall in Brosna on this Sunday October 14th 2018.

Hosted by Brosna Over 55’s Club it will get underway at 2.30pm. Music will be supplied by Stevie Donegan and tea will be served.

The usual bus will run and is sponsored by Local Link Kerry.

Hospice Coffee Morning in The Mall

Ireland’s biggest coffee morning for Hospice together with Bewley’s, will take place in Knocknagoshel Community Centre on Wednesday 17th October 2018 at 1.30 -3.30 pm.

All donations received going to the Kerry Hospice Foundation

Knocknagoshel Women’s Group Craft Fair

Knocknagoshel Women’s Group will host its annual Craft Fair on Sunday 4th November at 12 noon in the local community centre.

“This Craft Fair has proven to be a great success over the last number of years and last year saw our biggest fair to date,” said organising committee member, Mary McAuliffe.

“The proceeds of the Craft Fair are used to help fund the Over 55s Social Club.

“A Monster Christmas Draw will also take place on the day with a first prize of a hamper to the value of €200 with many other prizes on offer. There is a limited number of tables still available,” said Mary.

For more information on any of the above, please contact Mary on 087 97 40 296.

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