Millstreet Vintage Club Spring Car Run on Tommorrow Sunday March 25th

Millstreet Vintage Club Spring Car Run will be held on Tommorrow Sunday March 25th,All Vintage and Classic Cars very Welcome on the day,nice Route laid on,Sign on at the Wallis Arms Hotel from 10.30am with Take Off at 12 Noon,for Enquiries contact Denis on 087-2033350 or Bernard on 087-7924406.

Annual Divine Mercy Novena Begins on Good Friday

We thank Gobnait for reminding us that the annual Divine Mercy Novena begins after the Good Friday ceremony on 30th March 2018 and continues to be recited daily at 3pm in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet until Divine Mercy Sunday.  (S.R.)

Daffodil Day 2018 – Friday 23rd March

Reminding us that the Annual Daffodil Day takes place this Friday, 23rd March 2018.   Organisers look forward to generous support which promotes research into discovering future cures for various cancers. Millstreet GAA Community Hall was the very welcoming venue for the Annual Coffee Morning in aid of the Irish Cancer Society this Thursday.   This wonderfully praiseworthy event is coordinated by Mary Fitzgerald and her superbly dedicated Team.   Here we share some nine images from this morning’s event.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Daffodil Day 2018 – Friday 23rd March”

Today: Clara Mountain Run, and Techworks Festival

After all the excitement in Millstreet yesterday, today we welcome the Annual Clara Mountain Run which kicks off at the earlier time of 1:30pm from the West End (not to be confused with yesterday’s Ultra Marathon), and also the Techworks Dance Music Festival in the Green Glens where a sold out crowd of over 4,000 revellers will take in some of the best DJ’s from around Europe.

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Preparing for St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2018 in Millstreet

We discover at Murphy’s Furniture Store in West End, Millstreet “St. Patrick” taking a selfie with his “Friends”(creatively designed by Petra)!  And we also continue to share some of the beautifully decorated windows in honour of our National St. Patrick’s Day.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Preparing for St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2018 in Millstreet”

Preparing for Millstreet’s St. Patrick’s Day 2018

With lots of wonderfully adorned windows for our National St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on 17th March 2018 we meet with the dedicated members of Millstreet Community Council who on Thursday evening were superbly decorating Millstreet Town.  Here we share some 33 images of the enthusiastic preparations.   A very Happy St. Patrick’s Day to All.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)And we continue to share some 28 more pictures of the splendid preparations…. [read more …] “Preparing for Millstreet’s St. Patrick’s Day 2018”

Wonderful St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Carriganima on Sunday

What is always a most enjoyable and colourful  annual Parade in Carriganima this year takes place on Sunday, 18th March at 3pm.  Weather permitting there will be the usual Bouncy Castle, Ice-cream Van, Media etc..  The Grand Marshal will be Fr. Anthony Wickham, P.P..   Following the St. Patrick’s Parade there will be music in The Pub with Tommy G..   We thank Seán Murphy for this advance information.  All are very welcome to this exciting annual event.  (S.R.)

Millstreet St.Patrick’s Day Parade 2018

The Millstreet St. Patrick’s Day Parade will commence at 5pm sharp from the Green Glens Arena on Station Road, proceeding through The Square and finish at Minor Row. There will be prizes for the following categories: Best Cultural Presentation, Best Vintage Display, Best Window Display, Best Celebrity Look-A-Like, Best Fleet, Best Float, Best Group or Club. For further information please message the page. All Welcome
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Millstreet Vintage Club St Patricks Day Activities

With St Patricks Day almost here Millstreet Vintage Club is encouraging all Members and Non Members alike to bring there Vehicles out for to participate in the many Parades that will be happening around the place,in particular the Club would like to have a big Representation at the Millstreet Parade which will be taking place at 5pm on Sat March 17th,people wishing to take part are asked to assemble at the Green Glens Yard next to the Recycling Center at 4.30pm, for more details you can contact Dan O`Riordan on 087 2452569 or Donie Lucey on 086 8545873,other St Patricks Day Parades that have invited Club Members to attend are Rathmore on Sunday March 11th at 2pm, Knocknagree on St Patricks Day at 10.30pm,Ballinagree on St Patricks Day Parade at 12 Noon and finally Carriganima St Patricks Day Parade which takes Place on Sunday March 18th at 3 pm,Please support as many of these as possible.

Vintage cars during the St Patrick’s Day parade in Ennis. Photograph by John Kelly.


“Music from The Manuscripts” in Bruach Na Carraige Rockchapel

The Rockchapel based group Ceoltóirí Sliabh Luachra will present their new show “Music from The Manuscripts” in Bruach Na Carraige Rockchapel on Friday the 16th of March at 8.30pm.
This show is a celebration of the music of local musicians Dave Dan Curtin of Stagmount Rockchapel, and his father Dan Curtin, and their neighbour Dave Leahy Secondgloss Mountcollins who died in 1907
The manuscripts from all three were recently discovered, Dan Curtin’s from the National Traditional Music Archive in Dublin. They date back to before 1850. They give us an important glimpse of an older layer of Sliabh Luachra Music that predates that what prevails today, with many tunes that have not been heard or heard of for over one hundred years. Dave Dan`s and Dave Leahy`s manuscripts were donated to the Bruach Na Carraige Archive, by the late Margaret O’Brien a daughter of Dave Dans of Elsberry Missouri in the US. They also contain tunes not heard anymore. These manuscripts illustrate the high quality of our traditional musicians around Rockchapel over one hundred and fifty years ago and their ability to produce such quality manuscripts at that time is amazing.

We thank Jack Roche for this Notice of the Upcoming Musical Event.  (S.R.)

Lots Happening at the Glen Theatre Banteer

Saturday 24th February at 8.30pm

Variety Concert in aid of N.C.B.I.

All proceeds going to help the Visually Impaired- National Council for the Blind of Ireland (N.C.B.I.) The show will consist of two one act plays:

  • “THE INVITATION” – Wedding invitations spell trouble in Mary Angland’s comedy, and
  • “IN THERAPY” – by Ann Leo O Connor- we learn that Sex Counsellors and County Councillors are not only spelled differently …

As well as the drama, the show will have lots of music and song:

  • We will have the great honour on the night of first public appearance since winning All Ireland Scór winner of 2018 – Maggie Moynihan.
  • John Murphy (The Singing Farmer) and Billy O Brien will entertain with their ever popular music and song.
  • Majella Murphy singer song writer is guaranteed to entertain us with her magnificent talent.

A great night promised with all proceeds going to this marvellous association that offer brilliant support in their wonderful work.

Saturday 3rd March

The Glen Theatre Drama Group will open the second play of the season a hilarious fast moving comedy “It runs in the Family” written by Ray Cooney and directed by Tadhg O Keeffe.

Sunday 4th March

The fabulous Chris Jones & The Night Drivers Blue Grass Band from Tennessee USA.


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“Where the Road Takes Me” at 7 this Evening on C103

We thank Presenter John Greene for the following advance information regarding his Radio Programme this Sunday evening, 18th Feb. 2018 on C103 at 7.  (S.R.)

This week on ‘Where the road takes me’, John Greene travels to Rosscarbery
where he meets the Furey brothers George and Eddie. This year the band
celebrate forty years in the music business.

On the programme……

* ‘The music or the pick and shovel lads’ – Ted Furey’s career
advice to his sons.

* Playing inside and outside of Carnegie hall in New York on the
same day.

* ‘Celebration Time’ – leading Kool & the Gang astray with an Irish
party, during a stint on ‘Top of the Pops’.

And…. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7 this Evening on C103″

Creative Writing for Adults at Millstreet Library

Do you have a secret longing to write?
A series of workshops
Creative Writing for Adults
will be held in
Millstreet Library. 
Classes are free of charge
but places are limited.
If you would like to attend contact the library on 029 21920 or email millstreet.library

We thank Grace for the important notice.  (S.R.)




in aid of local girl, Anna Buckley’s
volunteering work with Street and Slum Children in Kolkata, India,
It’s on Saturday Feb 10th, 2018
at 8pm
in Millstreet GAA Hall.
            Tickets available at O’Regan’s Mills, StationRoad,Millstreet

Fabulous line-up of Acts, including: