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!
The 20th Annual Kerry Hospice Good Friday Walk takes place this Friday 14th. Please support this great cause.
As part of Féile na Bealtaine, the Dingle Peninsula’s annual festival of the arts, the Annascaul Artists Group will be holding an exhibition at Annascaul Community Centre.
The exhibition, Our Sense of Place, will feature the work of Marie Kennedy, Kate Landers, Monica Phelan and Abe Boland.
Works will feature the
- landscape and light
- people and history
- flora and fauna
of West Kerry – in both real and abstract forms.
This year the Artists’ Group are joined by the children of the local national school, Scoil Bhreac Chluain, whose paintings will be seen in the windows of the houses and shops along Annascaul’s Main Street.
The official opening of the exhibition will take place on Friday 28th April at 8 pm.
Thanks to all the volunteers who came out to help Annascaul Tidy Towns Action Group take part in KWD County Clean Up Day. And thanks to the sun for coming out and making it a great day!
Annascaul is the place to be on New Years Eve to celebrate the last event of the year. Everybody Welcome!!
Assemble at the old bridge in Annascaul Village at 11.45pm. Count down to midnight from 11.55pm – 12.00pm, then we will follow the bell ringer and pipers on our walk up and down the village to give an enormous Annascaul welcome to 2017!!!
On 17th of December at 4.30 pm the Falvey sisters, Lily and Hannah will ceremonially light up the Annascaul village Christmas tree on behalf of the Annascaul Tidy Towns Action Group. Donated by the Courtney Brothers the tree will mark not only the start of the festive season locally.
So do don your Santy hat on the 17th and come along for the lighting up and sing a few carols. Celebrate Annascaul and help light up the future of the village for everyone and especially the children who will be represented on the night by Lily and Hannah.