DANCING WITH DAN
Line Dancing Lessons at Aubane Community Centre from Wednesday Evening March 29th from 7pm to 9pm
Everybody very Welcome
Admission €7 Per Night.
Enquiries on 087 9891771
Just a reminder of the comhaltas Christmas session in Corkery’s Sunday for singers ,dancers & musicians past and presents.
Scór success for Millstreet and Cullen
Millstreet and Cullen enjoyed success in the Cork Scór Sinsir Finals on a staging at the Eire Óg GAA Pavilion, Ovens. Amidst exciting competition. Duhallow completed a hat trick of outright wins, thanks to a double recorded by Millstreet in addition to victory for Cullen.
Millstreet took victory in both the Novelty Act and Quiz with Muireann Vaughan representing Cullen enjoying success in Solo Singing. For good measure, Millstreet Ballad Group collected runner up place.
The Cork winners progress to the Munster Final in Cappamore, Co. Limerick on this Sunday, October 16.
Set Dancing Classes
will resume in
Wednesday, Sept 14th
8.30pm to 10pm
all welcome – no partner required
Enquires: (087) 284 6906
Set dancing classes with Marie Sheehan School of Dance.
Classes resume in Milstreet Gaa hall on Monday evenings from 6pm onwards.
Please contact Marie for more information on 083 0045432
All kids/teenagers welcome.
All Ireland champion O18 half set in the Fleadh Mullingar. Patrick O’Callaghan pictured with Aisling O’Connor, Niamh McSweeney, Conor Coffey and dance teacher Adrian Moriarty
A fantastic achievement for Derinagree NS – County Scór na bPáistí Champions in the instrumental music group.
Congratulations Fionn & Ronan Murphy & Ava Thornton
Fionn also got 2nd place in the solo music competition
Myself and Clíodhna O’Callaghan are running an event in the Mills Inn, Ballyvourney at 9pm on Friday 13th May known as Speed Irish!
This event is kindly sponsored by Ciste Spreagtha which aims to
encourage the use of Irish in the community after a few difficult years due to the pandemic and encourage community groups inside and outside the Gaeltacht to organise community events again.
The idea behind Speed Irish is like Speed Dating without the dating bit! Each person will have 3mins at a table with an Irish speaker and you will have a conversation AS GAEILGE! When the bell rings you will switch to the next table and get to know the next person and so on and so forth.
All levels of Irish are welcome and even if you have no Irish at all please come along as there will be flash cards of phrases and sayings you can use to engage in conversation.
We will be holding a raffle to raise money for the Linn Snamha Chúil Aodha with loads of fabulous spot prizes! Did I mention a FREE glass of PROSECCO!?
Aonis, scaip an scéal agus tar isteach chuig oíche a bheidh cinnte a mheabhrú!
Congratulations to Anna Moynihan from Cullen whom are part of the group whom are the champions of Siansa Gael Linn 2022.
Siansa is run entirely through the medium of Irish and is one of the country’s most prestigious competitions for young traditional Irish music and singing groups.
Enjoy their performance on this video
Save the date: Feis Laitiarain 2022 will take place on Sunday, June 12th in Cullen G.A.A. grounds starting at 12 noon.
More details to follow in the near future.
The popular St Patrick’s Parade in Carriganima took place Friday at 3 pm and a festive atmosphere prevailed around the village. The Millstreet Pipe Band opened the proceedings while Pat Lane led the Parade as Grand Marshall. The festivities carried on until late with Peter Lane providing music in the Pub. All proceedings are in aid of the Air Ambulance based in Rathcoole. Once again Geraldine Dennehy captured the moments superbly, well done to everyone involved.
After two years of absence due to Covid19 the Millstreet St Patrick’s Parade returned bigger and better than ever. The Town wash awash in green and gold with a festive atmosphere about. Grand marshal for 2022 was Joanne O’Riordan whom returned to her native Milllstreet to bestow us with the honour. Our Pipe Band started the proceedings showcasing their new uniforms. The rain showers of earlier dried and everyone enjoyed a mild dry afternoon. Thank you to Geraldine Dennehy for stepping into the shoes of Seán Radley and I am sure did him proud. Seán is recovering well from his recent surgery and is looking forward to contributing to Millstreet.ie in the near future.
The wren,the wren,the king of all birds,
On St Stephen’s Day he was caught in the furze,
From bush to bush,from tree to tree at Drishane Castle he broke his knee,
Up with the kettle & down with the pot,
Give us our money & let us be off.
WREN BOYS SONG
Millstreet Primary Schools’ Parents’ Association would like to say congratulations to our two Halloween prize winners Mousta Ya Ya (5th Class BNS) and Alice Kelleher (age 7 PresNS).