Ballymahon

MARKET DAY: As part of heritage week and market day in Ballymahon on Thursday 25th August a Leo Casey evening of poetry , prose recitation and song will take place in the new community library on main street. Admission is free , everyone welcome, but you are advised to be there early as seating is very limited. There is also a shop window display at some of the local; shops with an emphasis on culture and heritage.The old Market House will be revived with food stalls,butter baking,bread making and lots of crafty work. Lets hope the weather stays fine on Thursday as it should be a great day for everyone,young and old.

MARKET DAY: As part of heritage week and market day in Ballymahon on Thursday 25th August a Leo Casey evening of poetry , prose recitation and song will take place in the new community library on main street. Admission is free , everyone welcome, but you are advised to be there early as seating is very limited. There is also a shop window display at some of the local; shops with an emphasis on culture and heritage.The old Market House will be revived with food stalls,butter baking,bread making and lots of crafty work. Lets hope the weather stays fine on Thursday as it should be a great day for everyone,young and old.

Art FOR FUN: Two sessions of drawing and painting ‘for fun’ will be hosted by Bridgeways Centre – Dean Egan, Ballymahon on Friday 26th August. Everyone welcome. Materials will be provided. No fee will apply. Tutor Frances Kelleher. This is a great opportunity to check out your artistic possibilities! Though not essential, It would be wise to book as limited places will be available. Tel. Rory 090 6432691, or Frances 090 6432203. First session starts 11.30am. Second session starts 2pm.

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