We are planning to build 6 houses in the near future to add to our existing stock of 10 semi-sheltered houses. This project will be completed in 2016. If you live in Millstreet or the Duhallow area and are interested, now is the time to apply. Maybe you know a family member or a neighbour who would find semi sheltered housing suitable for their needs, Contact us immediately to get your name on a waiting list – applications forms are available by writing to Millstreet Day-Care Centre or by phoning 029-70926 between 9am and 4pm Monday – Thursday.
New classes are starting this evening and Wednesday in the Canon O’Donovan Centre, Millstreet.
A gentle approach to asana and pranayama for beginners.
Looking forward meeting all!
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SPEAKING NOTES FOR PRESIDENT ROBINSON AT THE OPENING OF MILLSTREET SHELTERED HOUSING & DAY CENTRE ON SUNDAY 18TH DECEMBER, 1994
– I very much appreciate your generous invitation to be present today at the opening of the Sheltered Housing and Day Care Centre here in Millstreet. I would especially like to thank Mr. Michael Feeley, Chairman of the Millstreet & District Housing Association, for asking me to perform this pleasant task. I am always glad of opportunities to meet with members of voluntary bodies and to assist and encourage them in their activities.- I would like to take this opportunity to compliment the Millstreet & District Housing Association Ltd. for their initiative in developing this new project. I note that the Association was formed in 1991 and I am greatly impressed that so much work has been completed in such a short space of time.
– This Ceremony here today is the culmination of a great deal of detailed planning and hard work. This project is also a testimony to the generous spirit of the people of Millstreet. A special thanks must be extended to [read more …] “President Mary Robinson’s Speech at the opening of the Canon O’Donovan Centre”
Ashtanga Yoga Workshop
6:30pm April 1st
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The Directors and Management of The Canon O’Donovan Centre would like to thank every body for their kind generosity at Our Annual Church Gate Collection last weekend. Also many thanks to all the collectors and organisers for their help. All funds generated go directly to Millstreet Day Care Centre. We thank Denis for this notice. (S.R.)
The annual Church gate collection for Millstreet Day Care Centre will take place on the weekend of 14th and 15th February 2015 in Millstreet,Cullen, Ballydaly, Dromagh and Derrinagree. Please give generously. We thank Denis for the notice. (S.R.)
Pat McCarron of Bandon is our Guest Presenter tonight (Friday, 21st June 2013 – the longest day of the year) in the Canon O’Donovan Centre, Clara Road, Millstreet at 8.15. All are very welcome. (S.R.)
MILLSTREET GRAMOPHONE CIRCLE: This month’s presentation will take place on Friday 16th Nov. at 8.15p.m. Guest presenter is Eithne O’Keeffe, Boherbue. Everyone is very welcome. (S.R.)
Friday, 21st September 2012 is National Culture Night in Ireland. Millstreet marks this occasion in the Canon O’Donovan Centre at 8.15pm when Con Kelleher, Cloghoulabeg will present a splendid programme of wonderful music at our monthly Gramophone Circle presentation. Admission is free. We hold a draw at the interval. All are very welcome. (S.R.)
In Cullen Pipe Band Hall there will be music performed by the Irish Piobaireachd Society and the Cullen Pipe Band. There will also be a trad session with local musicians, singers, dancers, poetry and all rounded off with a cupán tae.
Celebrated Poet and Lecturer, Bernard O’Donoghue, Oxford and Cullen will present the programme at this Friday’s Millstreet Gramophone Circle in the Canon O’Donovan Centre at Clara Road at 8.15 p.m.. All are very welcome.
Pictured tonight (18th May) at the very enjoyable Millstreet Gramophone Circle presentation by Margaret McCarron, Bandon and Cullen (third from left in the turquoise/green style). The many people attending were treated to a magnificent selection of exquisite music which was relaxing, tuneful and very pleasantly atmospheric. The DJ supreme was, as usual, Donal Cowman. The occasion took place in the Canon O’Donovan Centre, Clara Road, Millstreet. (S.R.)