‘Dress Me’ Style Event At Meubles - Meubles Kilkenny are proud to announce that their first ‘Dress Me’ Style event will take place today (Wednesday) at 7.30 p.m. The event will feature the best of summer fashion 2011. Featuring clothing from designers such as Tommy Hilfiger, Catherine Andre, MARC by Marc Jacbos and Almost Famous, Kilkenny fashionists are invited to don their finest and come along to experience this evening of glamour in the heart of Kilkenny. Tickets 15 euro each available from Meubles. All proceeds will go to the Samaritans. Contact (056) 7722034 for more information. If you’re feeling distressed, you can contact the Samaritans at 1850 60 90 90 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Co. Kilkenny Vocational Education Committee – Colaiste Mhuire, Johnstown PLC courses 2011/12, Coffee/Information morning on Tuesday, May 17th at 11.30 a.m. in Colaiste Mhuire, Johnstown. Courses on offer: (a) Business studies/secretarial/computer course (FETAC Level 5) (b) Business Administration Level 6; (c) Childcare/Special Needs Course (FETAC Level 5); (d) Childcare (FETAC Level 6) (e) Engineering/Welding (FETAC Level 5). Commencing September 2011. Mature students welcome. Maintenance grants available for eligible applicants. Work experience, gain access to linked degree courses. For further information: Colaiste Mhuire, Johnstown, Co Kilkenny, tel. (056) 8831135, fax (056) 8838864, email: email@example.com.
Whist Drive – Results of whist drive held in St Mary’s Hall, Johnstown. Top score, Eileen Maher, Robert Caldbeck, Maureen Power, Lena McEvoy, Lorna Allen, Michael Muldowney, Richard Caldbeck, Henry Martin, Tom Cooke, Kathleen Phelan, Adam Caldbeck, John Bailey, Sean Hickey, Robert Wellwood, Killian Cullinan, Emma Caldbeck, 13 tricks, Veronica Muldowney, Bernie Ryall. Raffle, Tom Cooke, Adam Caldbeck, Lena McEvoy, Mary Rochford, Henry Cooke, Veronica Muldowney, Lena McEvoy.
Ossory Show – Ossory Agricultural Show Society Co Ltd, Rathdowney, present the Annual Laois County Show affiliated to ISA and IPS on Sunday, July 24th at the Showgrounds at Coolfin Cross on Mountrath, Rathdowney Road, Co Laois. Classes: cattle, sheep, horses, poultry, crafts, eggs, jams, flowers, baking, sewing, knitting, vegetables, photography, junior classes, most suitably dressed lady and gentleman on show day, Little Miss Ossory, suitably dressed boy on show day, dog show and much more. For more information contact Ossory Show secretary Catherine Fitzgerald, Condoro Road, Rathdowney, Co Laois: (087) 9975902, Show fax: (0505) 48939, email firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.ossoryshow.com
Knitting – Urlingford Library is hoping to start a knitting circle in the near future on Thursday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. If you love to knit and would enjoy meeting others who are like-minded then Urlingford is the place to be. Bring your knitting and relax. There are a lot of knitting addicts out there so come on and get together. If anyone is interested in having a craft morning, staff at Urlingford Library would be delighted to discuss any suggestions. If anyone is interested in attending mobile phone classes for older people please contact the Library at (056) 7794182.
G.A.A. – The Emerald’s G.A.A. Golf Classic will be held in Rathdowney Golf Club on Bank Holiday Monday, June 6th. Top prizes for a time sheet. Contact: John Lyng at (087) 9479551. Teams of 4: 180 euro (including 3 course meal), 140 euro without meal.
Commemoration – The annual Walsh-Quinn Commemoration will take place on Friday, May 20th commencing with Mass at 7.30 p.m. in Tullaroan Church and afterwards to Knocknagrass for prayers and oration.
Crumlin Hospital – John Holohan would like to express his sincere thanks to all those who supported his appeal for Crumlin Hospital, those who donated and organized activities and to the clubs, schools and organisations who participated. Over 4,100 euro has been presented to the hospital research fund to date. It is hoped to organise further events in the coming months for such a worthy cause. Thanks again for your generosity.