The Fourth Annual Annascaul Artist’s Group exhibition opened on Friday night (4th May) with a large attendance of local and returning visitors. The exhibition is running at Joan’s New Café until Monday 7th May.
Áit Iontach/Áit Fein
We all – whether born there, or choosing to live there – have a love of our own place. The Annascaul Artists Group expresses that affinity through their artistic endeavours, and are delighted to share these works as participants in Féile na Bealtaine 2018.
We have a new and exciting venue this year – Joan’s Café Nua & Gallery on Main Street, Annascaul, and we are organising a surprise event at our opening.
The Opening will take place at 8.30pm on Friday, May 4th 2018. The Exhibition will continue from 10.30am to 6.30pm on Saturday, Sunday and Monday – May 5th to 7th inclusive.
Participating artists include:
- Monica Phelan
- Kate Landers
- Marie Kennedy
- Abe Boland
- Úna Ní Shé
- Eloise Flannery
In addition, Art Therapist Ellie Flynn will be present to explain & display her work, along with some pieces by children from the village.
Saturday 14th April is KWD County Clean Up Day… meet up at the Old Bridge i Annascaul where you can collect bags and high vis jackets and lots go gathering rubbish from the highways and byways.
GoCoach operates a Dingle to Killarney bus service three times each day from May to October serving Dingle, Lispole, Annascaul, Inch Beach, Boolteens, Castlemaine, Milltown, Aghadoe, and Killarney.
For more details of times and fares, see their Website.
It must be summer! The ever-popular volunteer hours organised by Annascaul Tidy Towns Action Group (ATAAG) will be restarting on Monday 24 April. A cheerful band of civic-minded volunteers meet at 7pm outside the Community Centre and find out just how much tidying and cleaning can be done in an hour. It’s always good fun and it helps make the village look good plus it’s a good chance to catch up with old friends and meet new ones.
Bring whatever tools you have, but most of all bring a can do attitude!