Coalisland weekly round-up



Cairde Ui Neill Irish-language classes for beginners and intermediate level are held every Monday, between 7pm and 9pm, at Gaelscoil.

The history society’s October talk will be held in the Crieve Centre on Monday at 8 p.m. Ms Lauren Dawson will tell of the life and times of Dr Alexander Irvine, cleric, and author of My Lady of The Chimney Corner.

Gymnastics for primary school-aged pupils will be held at St Mary’s Community Sports Hall every Monday between 4pm and 5pm, and between 5pm and 6pm for older pupils. Yoga Classes are held every Tuesday from 7.30 p.m.

The Eagles Special Olympics Club is to hold a parent/carer and athlete information evening on Wednesday, November 2 at 8pm, at the Gortgonis Sports Complex. This is an opportunity for parents to meet and chat with other parents, to ask any questions they want and to get any help they need with form-filling.

Primate Dixon PS Extended Schools Programme (Coalisland, Clonoe, Stewartstown):  Six-week exercise class beginning in the school on Wednesday, November 2, from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. All adults welcome. Classes free.

Creative writing classes continue at CRAIC Theatre on Wednesdays. The classes are being taken by published author, Fiona Cassidy.

Adult keep fit classes continue in the sports hall, St Joseph’s College, every Thursday, from 7pm to 9 pm. The classes are free. Phone 8774 0510.  Limited numbers.

A trip to visit the Garden of Eden Allotment Project will set off on Thursday, November 3. A free bus leaves Coalisland Training Services car park at 10.30am, returning at about 3pm. Call Sally Davies on 6632 9677 or email [email protected]  for details. Bring a packed lunch.

Speech and drama classes are held in CRAIC Theatre every Thursday evening. Phone or text Cliodhna McAleer on 07596 503 153 for details.

Coalisland Training Services are holding a Sage accounts course every Thursday, between 7.30pm and 9.30pm. The course runs for 15 weeks.  Contact 8774 8512 or e-mail [email protected] for details.

Irish dance classes with teacher Damian O’Neill are held every Friday at 4.30pm in CRAIC Theatre.

Tyrone Scor na Nog, hosted jointly by Brackaville Owen Roes and Coalisland Na Fianna, will be held in St Joseph’s College on Friday, November 4 from 7.30pm sharp.

Both Sides of the Story will be held at CRAIC Theatre on Friday, November 4 at 8pm. Tickets are £10. Call the box office on 028 8774 1100 or visit for details.

Naomh Colum Cille Hurling Club are celebrating their 25-year anniversary with a Gala Formal in the Armagh City Hotel on Saturday, November 5. Full details can be found on the club website



St Vincent De Paul Society wish to advise people that Fuel Saving Stamps are now available from the Springisland Supermarket.  The stamps cost £5 each, and they are an excellent way of budgeting towards the cost of heating oil.  They can be placed on a stamp card and are redeemed by most fuel oil suppliers.

The popular six-week Dramaphonics course will return this month.  Help your child improve their literary skills through drama and poetry.  Contact Michelle on 07845 577 907.

If you have a baby aged between five weeks and six months (not crawling), why not book a place in a four-week baby massage session. Classes in Brackaville Club begin on Saturday, November 12 between, 10.30am and 11.30am. Limited places.  Contact Clare Fox on 07765 942 393 for details.

The LiLAC charity shop is open in Western House weekdays from 10am to 4pm.  Why not donate good-quality clothes, books, good quality furniture and household items? Carers coffee: All carers and former carers are very welcome to come along on Friday mornings to Western House for a coffee and a chat.  Number of activities available. Call 8774 0831.










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