*Further details of Millstreet Culture Night 2018*
On this Friday night, September 21st, there will be a recital by Millstreet Pipe Band in the Square at 7pm followed by an outdoor show by Empire Acrobatic Rock’n Roll Dance School & songs from Drishane Castle Choir. The Vintage Club will also be present with a ‘Vintage Display’
The E Centre in the Square, will be the location for the Cork Photographic Exhibition, Millstreet Knitting Club, an Art Exhibition by Bertie Buckley & Ini from Love & Care for People will also be present. The winners of the Colouring Competition will also be announced & their work will be on display.
Please support this fun free night of entertainment.
We thank Marie Twomey of Millstreet Pipe Band for this important update. (S.R.)
Millstreet Vintage Club are delighted to be associated with the Culture Night in Millstreet which will be held on this coming Friday Sept 21st,the Vintage Club will put on a Display of Vintage Equipment Cars Tractors etc for the Evening and there are plenty Exhibits and Activities planned around the Town as well for the Culture Night itself,do support this Event and its all for Free.
Millstreet Vintage Club Carriganima Tractor Run in aid of CART Rural Transport Service on Tommorrow Sunday September 16th. Registration at The Pub Carriganima from 10.30 am. Run starting at 12 noon sharp. Nice local scenic route. Refreshments afterwards at The Pub in Carriganima. Contact Sean on (087)2600640, or Dan on (087)2452569 for details. (NOTE NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED ON RUN WITHOUT SAFETY BELTS)
The Millstreet Monument Committee would like to wish Miss Dublin South who is Maria Murphy, Ballydaly every success in the Miss Ireland contest on September 16th in the Helix, Dublin. The Committee would also like to convey their best wishes to her family who will be present on the night supporting her.
Pictured at the launch of Millstreet GAA Club Golf Classic (left to right): Kevin Crowley (Club & County player), Michael Vaughan (Club & County player), Dan Buckley (Cloverhill Foods); Eamonn McCaul (Eamonn McCaul Mechanical Services); Fr. Paddy O’Byrne (Club President); Sharon Lane (Club secretary); Aidan O’Mahony (Football trainer);
Donagh Hickey (Donagh Hickey Motors); John Coleman (Colemans Millstreet); Michael Cleary (Club Chairperson); Mark Ellis (Club & County player). Sponsors Davy Tarrant (Tarrant’s Bar) and John O’Riordan (Claramore Construction) were unable to attend for picture.
Millstreet GAA Club will host its 5th Annual Golf Classic on Friday next 14th September in Mahoney Point, Killarney Golf & Fishing Club. This event has proved to be a very successful and enjoyable day and the funds raised are used for the development of our players. The organising committee of Anthony Dennehy, Declan Crowley, Donagh Hickey, Cian O’Mahony & Noel Crowley have ensured the success of the event and it gives former members and players of our Club an opportunity of meeting in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
The Golf Classic could not be held without the support of our generous sponsors and Millstreet Club wishes to acknowledge the 6 main sponsors of the day – Cloverhill Foods, Colemans Millstreet, Tarrant’s Bar, Eamonn McCaul Mechanical Services, Claramore Construction and Donagh Hickey Motors. We also wish to thank the business of Millstreet and surrounding areas who sponsor tee boxes and greens, the support of each of these businesses is appreciated by the club as we are fully aware of the financial demands that are made on businesses on a daily basis. To all the teams that are playing we look forward to meeting you on the Friday and we wish you the best of luck and thank you for your continued support.
After the entertainment in the Square at 7pm on September 21st, Millstreet Culture Trail will continue with Trad Sessions in McCarthy’s Bar & The Clara Inn. At 9pm there will be Bingo in the Bush Bar, at 9.30pm a Quiz in Corkery’s Bar & 45 Cards in The Bridge Bar. There is something for everyone to enjoy on this special night.
We thank Marie Twomey of Millstreet Pipe Band for this important update. (S.R.)
Millstreet Vintage Club Autumn Car Run on tomorrow Sunday Sept 9th. The Run is open to all types of Vintage and Classic Cars. Organiser Luke Hurley has a very nice Scenic Route laid on. Registration at The Wallis Arms Hotel Millstreet from 11am with take off at 12 Noon. Stop for Tea Break at the Highest Pub in Ireland the Top of Coom Pub and a short stop in Gougane Beara with optional dinner at the finish in The Old Triangle in Macroom. For more details on the Run Contact Luke on 086 8805437.
Friends of Mallow General Hospital Equipment Fund Annual Church Gate Collection in Millstreet take place this weekend – 8th/9th Sept. 2018. Volunteers willing to help at the Collection would be greatly appreciated. (S.R.)
In addition to these superb activities we also have a special Millstreet Museum Opening from 5.45pm until 7.00pm with an illustrated talk at 6.15pm. And at Millstreet Day Care Centre in Clara Road Millstreet Gramophone Circle meets at 8.15pm where over twenty songs and music are shared by the Presenter. Everyone is most welcome to all activities. Admission is of course free on this 2018 Culture Night in Millstreet. (S.R.)
Our 10pm feature tonight (Tues. 4th Sept. 2018) recalls events from 1951 on “Radio Treasures” on Cork Music Station. We also hear the superb pipe music as played by Con Houlihan of Cullen Pipe Band (as we extend Kathleen and Damien very Happy Wedding wishes) in Killarney earlier this year. We reflect on the very successful Carriganima Fun Run of last Saturday. We chat about our 1910 historic photo of Millstreet (from the late Mary Cronin Collection at Millstreet Museum kindly presented by Breda and Tommy Sheehan of Australia and Millstreet). We’ve lots of musings and music plus songs from artists like André Rieu, Nat King Cole, Judy Garland, Ann Shelton, The Seekers, Les Paul & Mary Ford plus Hymns from Medjugorje. And there’s more…lots more! Do join us from 9:30 to 11:00pm (Irish Time). Feel very welcome to contact our live broadcast by emailing us on millstreetmuseum @eircom.net, by texting 086 825 0074 or by joining our chatline on the Seán Radley Facebook Page. Many have enquired if we have podcasts of our weekly 10pm features so that they could listen to them if the live broadcast was missed. As yet we do not have such an audio archive but we are hoping to develop this facility in the not-too-distant future as very kind support for this has become available about which we shall give more details later. For now happy listening to our live broadcast this evening! Below we share images from the topics included in our programme. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
The new season of the “Music Room” in the Pearse Memorial Hall, Boherbue begins this Thursday (6th Sept. 2018) at 8pm. Paddy O’Leary will present his programme of musical choices at the September Meeting. All are very welcome.We thank Maura for alerting us to this enjoyable event. (S.R.)
Millstreet Vintage Club Carriganima Tractor Run in aid of CART Rural Transport Service Sunday Sept 16th. Registration at The Pub Carriganima from 10.30 am. Run Starting at 12 noon Sharp. nice Local Scenic Route. Refreshments afterwards at The Pub in Carriganima. Contact Sean on 087 2600640 for more details.
(NOTE NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED ON RUN WITHOUT SAFETY BELTS)
A wonderful annual event in Carriganima superbly organised by Jimmy Murphy and his wonderfully dedicated Team for such a praiseworthy cause. We encourage you to support.
Jimmy adds the following in advance of the important event:
Carriganima Run posted in Carriganima 4 mile Run/Walk/Jog.
“Hiya everyone, The CART rural transport will be available to take people to and from pub, to start/finish line. Stewards are on hand to help you in anyway. They’ll be a water station near the halfway point. Rubbish bins will be on route from there for your waste bottles. 1st Aid car will also be on route.Reg will finish @3,25pm sharp.So give yourself plenty time. There will be tasty refreshments in The Pub after. There will also be raffle tickets on sale tomorrow at the run for our raffle tomorrow night in the pub! Enjoy your day and have fun . Thanks for supporting and Thanks to everyone who has helped it’s very much appreciated.”
We encourage you to pick up the Official Brochure for Culture Night 2018 for Cork City and County. These are available at Millstreet Library, Millstreet Museum and other local outlets. We have three entries in the brochure for Millstreet. Here we feature the first entry (followed over coming days by the two further entries) Marie Twomey (of Millstreet Pipe Band) has been doing much work organizing the local events for Culture Night. This is the first time we have been so actively involved in this area for the National Culture Night on Fri. 21st Sept. 2018. (S.R.)
Millstreet Museum was officially established in 1980. One is encouraged to take time to observe the many historic items on display. There will be an illustrated talk at 6.15pm on some of the rare aquisitions presented to the Museum over the past four decades. All are most welcome and of course admission is free. [read more …] “Culture Night on Fri. 21st Sept. 2018 – Millstreet Events”
“Walking back to happiness” the music of the 60’s, 70’s and beyond makes a welcome return visit to the Riverside Park Hotel after a terrific response from last year’s show.
The show features Patricia Robinson singing a very wide selection of hit songs through the years from artists like Cilla Black (You’re my World), Petula Clark (Downtown), Shirley Bassey (Goldfinger), Celine Dion (My Heart Will Go On), Nancy Sinatra (These Boots Are Made For Walking), plus songs from Karen Carpenter, Sandie Shaw, Barbara Streisand, and many others [read more …] “Walking Back to Happiness”
Millstreet Adult Learning Centre is now reopened after the Summer Break. Classes for the coming term September – December include:
Digital Media (developing skills in Social Media eg: Facebook, Twitter, Digital Cameras etc.),
Personal Decision Making,
Driver Theory Course,
General Learning (One to one and small group tuition
available for adults who would like to build confidence with reading,
writing, spelling and maths skills needed for work and everyday life)
Computer Courses (beginners to advanced classes),
English Language (speaking and writing in good English),
Arts and Crafts and Singing.
An Open Day will be held on Thursday 6th September from 10.30 am to 1.30pm in the Adult Learning Centre, Main Street (2 doors up from Aisling gift shop). Tutors will be on site to take registrations, give details about course contents and starting dates and times. If you cannot attend for registration but would like to attend classes, you can contact Marie on 086 7707301 Mondays and Thursdays only. All classes are free to over 18’s on a Social Welfare Benefit.
Back by popular demand following the success of last year’s super night of dance, music and entertainment, Cullen Pipe Band are hosting a great night of entertainment on Culture night Friday 21 September in Cullen Hall.
Honoured to have, fresh from the World Championships in Glasgow, performances from Cullen Pipe Band Pipers and Drummers.
Singing, Dancing, Music and Story Telling performances from the All Ireland Comhaltas Championships in Drogheda and All Ireland Scór Championships in Sligo plus Munster and County Scór Championships performances will take place.
The local choir from the Community Games All Ireland in Limerick University will also perform on the night.
8p.m. SHARP or arrive earlier to let the students young and old try out the Pipes and the Drums on the night. TEA/COFFEE refreshments. See Cork County Culture Night for more events
We thank Mary Louise Ward for such helpful advice regarding becoming a Smarter Shopper. Mary Louise will again be visiting Supervalu this Friday. (S.R.)
Become a Smarter Shopper
On my recent visits to O’Keeffe’s SuperValu I had the pleasure of chatting about smart shopping with lots of lovely Millstreet locals. They were enthusiastic about the Smart Store Cooking food waste initiative, and they were keen to learn ways to improve habits – especially how to become a smarter shopper.
Practical meal planning and reliable shopping lists are probably the two most important steps to becoming a smarter shopper and helping to reduce food waste at home.
When planning meals, always check what you already have and include these items in your meal plan. It’s better to shop often rather than trying to bulk buy for the entire week – your week-long plans will often change and food goes to waste. To make life easier, you could assume you will cook a number of your family favourites every week. Meal planning is kept simple, especially if you can stock up with regular store cupboard essentials.
It has been brought to our attention that there is an impression that neither stools nor chairs may be taken into the Phoenix Park for Sunday’s Papal Mass. This is incorrect. The Garda Website illustrates which type of seating is allowed to be brought to the special event. This is how the permitted and non-permitted seating is illustrated on Garda Website where the green ticks signify permitted seating at Phoenix Park. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.) :