Coalisland weekly round-up5th December 2011 | By: brendan64 | Comments Off on 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.
St Joseph’s College is to host An Evening of Reflection and Carols celebrating the true meaning of Christmas in St Mary and St Joseph’s Church, on Wednesday, December 7 at 7.30pm. The carol service is one of the highlights of the year and we are looking forward to another beautiful evening this year.
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.
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.
The first training session of the Eagles Special Olympics Club will be held on Thursday, December 8 at Primate Dixon Primary School at 7pm. The athletes will have a chance to meet each other, meet the coaches and volunteers and try out some of the equipment the club will have on offer.
Speech and drama classes are held in CRAIC Theatre every Thursday evening. Phone or text Cliodhna McAleer on 07596 503 153 for details.
Irish dance classes with teacher Damian O’Neill are held every Friday at 4.30pm in CRAIC Theatre.
An International Dance Extravaganza, with Sutemos Youth Dance Company, DICE Breakdance Crew and Spiecius Lithuanian dancers is to be held at CRAIC Theatre on Friday, December 9.
CGT Productions presents Laurel and Hardy’s Christmas Spectacular, and dance, in the Parochial Centre at 8.30pm on Wednesday, December 21. All proceeds in aid of the St Vincent de Paul Society. Light refreshments and late bar. Tickets: £10, available from the Ozanam Centre or any member of the society or CGT members.
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 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.