Mary Fitzgerald will host an information evening in The GAA Hall, Millstreet, on behalf of Lorraine O’Connor who is selling “Forever Living Aloe Vera” Products on Friday 18th November at 7.30p.m..
Admission for children is €5, free for adults, and free for the teddies who need to visit the Teddy Bear Doctor:
Tonight (Tuesday 17th)
Not to be missed !!
TV3’s Chef Adrian will be giving a Christmas cooking demonstration in Millstreet GAA Hall on 17th November hosted by O’Leary’s Family Butchers in association with Millstreet Community School Transition Year Students in aid of Millstreet Community Hospital.
Tickets €10 availabe from O Leary’s Family Butchers, Instyle Hair Design & Transition Year Students. Anyone who watches Chef Adrian knows how entertaining and informative he is – so look forward to a great evening!
Millstreet Christmas Market will be held in the GAA hall on 29th November from 12-5pm. We’re squashing it all in to 1 day this year. We have a huge number of new stands with loads of choice for crafts, foods, fashion (all stands are booked out).
Celebrate Entertainment are also hosting a Holly Jolly Christmas Party on the day – be sure to bookas places for this are limited and have to be pre-booked (details on the poster below)
For further information contact: Nicola at <email>
Millstreet Juvenille GAA are running a ‘Foundation Course‘ in Millstreet GAA Hall on Friday 6th & Sat 7th February (2 day course).
The ‘Foundation Course’ is a basic level coaching course in both hurling and football. Parents that help out or wish to help out at underage training are encouraged to complete the course. The course is also open to members of the Camogie Club. Total cost is €20 per person. spaces available !
Anyone that is interested is asked to contact the Juvenile GAA Club asap on 087-9533213.
‘STRINGS’ Fiddle Group would like to say a very big THANK YOU to all who helped and supported them with their recent fundraiser ‘Choons for Children’s Charities at Christmas‘. A great night was had by all and well over €600 was raised for a number of different charities.
A brief interview with Melissa and Joe was recorded also for later transmission on LTV2 [read more …] ““Love & Care For People” Event at Millstreet GAA Community Hall”
Millstreet Christmas Market
Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th December
12-5pm each day
Visit Santa from 2.30 – 4pm each day
Huge selection of gifts,
crafts, decorations, fashion, art, baking
and much more this year
6th & 7th December – 12-5pm • Santa’s Grotto 2.30 – 4pm Each Day
We’re really excited this year – We have searched far and wide for lots of new and interesting stand holders with everything from Fudge, baking, crafts, Christmas decorations, stained glass and Gifts to Accessories and fashion. Santa will be in his grotto from 2.30 to 4pm each day. [read more …] “Millstreet Christmas Market”
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will hold a Blood Donor clinic in The GAA Hall, Millstreet today Wednesday 27th August 2014 from 5pm- 8.30pm.
Blood Donation is essential to ensure Hospital Patients get the treatment they need. One Donation can save up to 3 Lives. Full details of all clinics and on Giving Blood can be found on giveblood.ie or by telephoning (021) 4807400 or (1850) 731 137.
The video above is an interview with three people below – Maurice Riordan, Tadhg O’Flynn, and Maura O’Sullivan. The 7min. 46 sec. video may now be viewed by clicking on the link. Already some 36 people have viewed the video interview – less than 24 hours since it was uploaded!
Maurice Riordan (pictured on left of Tadhg in second image) addressed the assembly of over 100 people in praise of Tadhg’s greatly appreciated sponsorship of the Millstreet meal. Let us now share some 92 more pictures of the Millstreet event and later we shall share Kevin O’Connor’s very professional coverage of day five of the amazing Charity Cycle. We thank Kevin for [read more …] “Malin to Mizen Dave Riordan Charity Cycle 2014 Visits Millstreet”
The praiseworthy causes included COPE, Millstreet Church Restoration Fund and Canon O’Donovan Centre. Let’s view some eight more pictures from the superb [read more …] “Very Successful Coffee Morning for Praiseworthy Causes”
Millstreet Juvenile GAA Fun Walk May 5th @ 12pm from the GAA Hall.
The sponsored walk is to raise funds for our club and the Mercy Hospital.
There will be a choice of two routes (Weather Permitting:
- Route A: GAA Hall- Up Clara Mountain- Back to GAA Hall…Route
- Route B: GAA Hall- Drishane Loop- Back to GAA Hall.
Sponsor cards will be distributed to the schools. All children must be accompanied by an adult for the walk. Light refreshments will be served afterwards in the GAA hall. Your support is greatly appreciated !
Millstreet Juvenile GAA Registration for all age groups
will take place
Wednesday 26th @ 8pm in the GAA Hall (kitchen)
Please ensure you get your child registered.
Membership forms will be available on the night.
The Millstreet Juvenile GAA Club Gear
which was ordered a few weeks ago
can be collected on
Friday night from 7.30pm in the GAA Hall (kitchen)
Millstreet Juvenile GAA Club will hold their medal presentation function on Friday 6th December at 7.30pm in the Wallis Arms Hotel. There are two options of tickets / menus available.
Option 1 – €6: 2 corners of sandwiches, sausages, 2 gougons and chips. This menu is ideally suited to children aged 12 and under, however if any juveniles wish to purchase a ticket for second option they can do so.
Option 2 – €12: Choice of two hot dishes – chicken curry/rice or beef stew, tea or coffee.
All Ireland Junior Football winner Michael Vaughan will present the medals on the night of function.
Tickets will be on sale this Wednesday 27th from 7 to 8pm in the GAA Hall.
Women’s Little Christmas Party will be held on January 3rd 2014 at Wallis Arms Hotel, Millstreet. Tickets for this event will go on sale on Friday, November 1st at 7pm in G.A.A. Hall. Enquiries to Mairéad on 087/9031475.
Millstreet Athletic Club
Wednesday 27th March
7p.m. – 7.30p.m.
Millstreet National School Parents Association
Friday, 22nd March
7 – 9 p.m.
National School Children
Millstreet Juvenile GAA A.G.M. was held on January 29th but due to the poor attendance and support of parents, the meeting had to be deferred until Wednesday February 6th at 8pm in Millstreet GAA Hall.
Please be advised that both the secretary and chairperson are stepping down from their duties within the club. Nobody was willing to take over these roles at the meeting last week. If this happens again Wednesday night, your child may not have a club to play football and hurling with. We also need parents to help out at both football and hurling trainings.
We plead with all parents and locals in the community to attend this A.G.M. The future of Millstreet Juvenile GAA depends on your support!