Radio Treasures tonight (Tuesday, 10th April 2018) on air – including special features and updates at 10pm – from 9:30 until 11pm on www.corkmusicstation.com (S.R.) Our 10pm Feature includes a special interview with two of the Coordinators of the Butter Road Food Trail – Máire Ní Mhurchú and John F. Kelleher. We recall the very successful Divine Mercy Sunday ceremony in Millstreet…The Organisers of that special annual event wish to express sincere thanks to all who attended and a special thanks to the many Priests who heard Confessions at the ceremony….. and we feature the very best of music and song including tonight Maria Callas. Below we share a selection of images about which we shall chat on tonight’s Radio Show. [read more …] ““Radio Treasures” On Air 9:30 to 11pm on CMS This Tuesday”
which will take place on
Monday July 2nd until Friday July 20th 2018
in Cullen Community Centre, Co.Cork.
Our course runs from 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday.
We aim to promote the speaking of Irish through Irish classes, singing, quizzes, dancing, games and sports.
For further information contact 086 3021503
A dancing competition is taking place in Millstreet GAA Hall Saturday April 14th. Please note that the area around the vicinity of the hall will be very busy all day.
Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to my Weekly Report.
I was very pleased to have been part of the very prestigious launch of the Beara Breifni Way Heritage Stamps, which was held at the Abbey Hotel in Roscommon at the weekend. It was attended by over two hundred people some from the very source of this epic development, Castletownbere itself, and many places in between. Including Michael and Marian O’Sullivan, Eileen O’Riordan and family, agus mé féin representing Millstreet.
The master of ceremonies was the well-known Deirdre Purcell, author and RTE presenter. There was an excellent line-out of speakers during the day long event, and the final speaker was the Minister for Rural and Community Development Mr. Michael Ring TD who performed the official launch.
The launch marks another step forward in what is now being regarded as the Irish Camino Way. And the Great Jim O’Sullivan from Castletownbere can be thanked for starting its development from humble beginnings almost twenty years ago. And he was highly commended for his work at the launch. Further information about the placing of the stamps will be given in due course.
A Community Council Meeting will be held tonight starting at 8.30 at the Wallis Arms Hotel.
Person to mind two preschool children (aged 2 and 4) in their own home.
3-4 days per week from now until the end of June.
Teachers hours. Rathmore area.
Contact 087-9061567 anytime.
Millstreet Primary Schools Parents Association held their annual school quiz fundraiser on the Friday of the Easter holidays in Millstreet GAA Hall. The hall was packed with lots of tables from both the Millstreet schools as well as lots of tables from schools from the surrounding areas. Further details and photos on the Presentation N.S. website
Following a string of sold out shows in Macroom over the last number of years the one and only Pat Shortt returns to Macroom on May 5th with ‘How’s Tings?’,the hit show which has been selling out all over Ireland and the UK!
In a night of music and mayhem, Ireland’s most popular comedian explores all sorts of tings. Big tings and little tings. Personal tings and tings that are not so personal. Important international tings and tings that only affect the parish. In Shortt, it’s a funny show about tings!