Annascaul GAA and Coiste na nOg are holding a fundraising event at Kingdom Greyhound Stadium on Saturday 9th September. The event is being organised to raise funds to upgrade and improve club facilities. Tickets will be available from Club members.
A raffle will held at our Night at the Dogs on 9th September. Some of the prizes to be won on the night include 2 tickets to see Nathan Carter in the INEC on New Years Eve; €100 voucher for Ashes Bar and Restaurant, Camp; €50 fuel voucher for Kellihers Agri, Tralee and a voucher for a massage treatment with Claire O’Driscoll Massage Therapy.
A bus has been organised for our Night at the Dogs on 9 September. The return fare will be €10, departure and return times will be confirmed closer to the date.
As seats are limited, prebooking is necessary. To book your seat please contact Rita Knightly, AFTER 5PM ONLY.
Stay tuned to their Facebook page for further details.
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.
Let’s find out what really happened to the church that disappeared overnight. This was a heroic act carried out by the people of Ballinacourty, Annascaul. This true story took place in the 1800’s and was truly daring. Learn more about the truth next Sunday 6th November @ 12 Noon outside the community centre.
Everyone is invited to take part. The walk will return to the Community centre where we will celebrate with music, dance, food, bouncey castle etc. This exciting event will hope to include everybody, families, young and old.
Annascaul Ballinclare fair takes place next Sunday 2nd October. The fair is a good family day out with a sheep show, best horse on the day, pet show, mutton pies, bouncy castle & lots more. It attracts crowds of people. There are stalls and all types of animals from horses to chickens to sheep. There will be a cake sale in the community centre held by the Annascaul ICA. You can enjoy a fantastic puppet show (children must be accompanied by an adult). Live music in all pubs.