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Sillan Players Shercock will perform Seamus O'Rourke's play 'The Trappe Family' in Shercock Hall on Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, starting at 8.30pm

What's on

Sillan Players Shercock will perform Seamus O'Rourke's play 'The Trappe Family' in Shercock Hall on Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, starting at 8.30pm

 

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TABLE QUIZ

Where: McCabe's Bar, Ballyjamesduff
When: Friday February 3
What: Table quiz in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital on Friday, February 3, at 9pm, in McCabe’s Bar, Ballyjamesduff. Table of four €40. Raffle on the night.

DRAMA

Where: Shercock Hall
When: Friday and Saturday February 3-4
What: Sillan Players Shercock will perform Seamus O'Rourke's play 'The Trappe Family' in Shercock Hall on Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, starting at 8.30pm. Cast: Audrey Gaughan, Lorraine Smith, David Clarke, Conor shaffrey and Brendan Farrelly. Director Paddy Farrelly. They would love your support.

SOCIAL DANCING

Where: Tomregan Hall, Ballyconnell
When: Friday February 3
What: Social Dancing in Tomregan Hall, Ballyconnell, on Friday, February 3, from 10pm til late. Music by ‘Country Sensations’. Admission €10. All welcome. Supper served.

ACTIVE AGE

Where: Breffni Arms Hotel, Arva
When: Friday February 3
What: Active Age coffee morning in Breffni Arms on Friday, February 3, after 10am mass in the Sacred Heart Church. New members welcome.

SOCIAL DANCING

Where: The Parish Centre, Abbeylara, Co Longford.
When: Friday February 3
What: The Granard Branch of St. Christopher’s presents a night of Social Dancing at The Parish Centre, Abbeylara, on Friday 3rd February music by Noel Briody. Dancing is from 10pm to 12.30. Admission is €10 at the door. Refreshments will be served. There will be a prize for the best Jiving Couple. A raffle will also be held on the night. Your support will be greatly appreciated.

ADULT TRAD
SESSION

Where: Flynn's Bar, Belturbet
When: Friday February 3
What: Belturbet Adult Comhaltas will hold a Trad Session in Flynn's Bar Belturbet on Friday the 3rd Feb 2017 from 9.30pm. All musicians, singers and story tellers welcome. Join us for a good night out.  

DINNER DANCE

Where: Breffni Arms Hotel, Arva
When: Saturday February 4
What: St Patrick’s Arva GAA Club will hold their Dinner Dance and Presentation of the Intermediate Championship medals this Saturday, February 4, in the Breffni Arms Hotel, Arva. Those attending are asked to be in the hotel at 7.30pm for a drink reception and the meal will start at 8pm sharp. The medals will be presented by Kerry legend Tomás Ó Sé and is sure to be a fantastic night. Music will be supplied by Night Fever. There may be a few tickets left if anyone wishes to check in Arva Post Office.

DRAGHUNT
PARTY

Where: Paddy Lynch's pub, Lisnalong
When: Saturday February 4
What: The Irish Northern Draghunt Association would like to take this opportunity to thank the farmers and land owners who gave them permission to race on their lands in 2016. As a gesture of our appreciation, we would like to invite you to a night of country music in Paddy Lynch's pub, Lisnalong, on Saturday, February 4. Refreshments will be served.

FOOTBALL MATCH

Where: Fay Park, Ballyjamesduff
When: Saturday February 4
What: The minor team commence their Cavan Minor League campaign on Saturday, February 4, against Castlerahan in Fay Park, Ballyjamesduff at 2pm.

GAME TASTING
NIGHT

Where: Stables Bar, Swanlinbar
When: Saturday February 4
What: Annual game tasting night will take place in the Stables Bar on Saturday, February 4. Music by Cathy McGovern. All proceeds will go to Scoil Mhuire Swanlinbar.

SOCIAL NIGHT

Where: Lovett's, Kilnaleck
When: Saturday February 4
What: Aghaloora/Bruskey Development Association are holding a social night in Lovett's Kilnaleck this Saturday, February 4. The night will see the presentation of a cheque to charity SOFT, proceeds of 5K walk raised during festival 2016. Music will be supplied by local group, The Heartones, and finger food will be served, so for a great night of entertainment come along on Friday night.

KILLESHANDRA PIKE ANGLERS

Where: Callous Lake, Carrigallen, Co Leitrim.
When: Sunday February 5
What: Killeshandra Pike Anglers competition will be held on Callous Lake in Carrigallen on Sunday, February 5, 2017. Entry fee €15 per person. Fishing starts at 10am. Usual rules apply and life jackets must be worn.

CLONFIN
COMMEMORATION

Where: St Mary's Church Granard, Co Longford
When: Sunday February 5
What: The annual Clonfin Commemoration Ceremony will be held on Sunday next 5th February commencing with Mass for all deceased members in St. Mary's Church Granard at 11.30 am. The commemoration ceremony will take place on the site at 3.00pm.This year's guest speaker is Mr. David Leahy who is a well known Longford Historian who has contributed hugely to Longford's Historical Records. On this occasion his address will deal with the story of Thomas Ashe who died 100 years ago this year.

SOCIAL DANCING
CARRIGALLEN

Where: Kilbrackan Arms Hotel, Carrigallen
When: Tuesday February 7
What: Dancing lessons held every Tuesday night, at 7.30pm in Kilbrackan Arms Hotel.

50TH COMMEMORATION

Where: Breffni Arms Hotel, Arva
When: Saturday February 25
What: St. Mary's GAA will honour the football heroes of the past when they will have a 50th Anniversary Celebration in the Breffni Arms Hotel, Arva on Saturday the 25th February to celebrate the Senior Championship wins in 1966 and 1967. The club has invited the players and officials involved on these teams at that time to Arva on the night. The celebrations will consist of a meal, a presentation and live music. Tickets costing €30 each are on sale from any Executive member of the club.

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