Annual Paddy Kiely Darts
Kilmacow Darts Club will host the Annual Paddy Kiely Darts Competition on Easter Saturday, April 15th at 5pm sharp in The Foxes Den, Kilmacow.Women’s and Men’s competitions, €10 entry. Sponsored by L.D.C. Darts. Contact 051 885313.
Sacred Heart Scouts Group 50th Anniversary
Calling all former scouts from 15th/25th Sacred Heart Group
Deise Active Retirement Association
Hello all! Our next meeting is in the Woodlands Hotel on Thursday, 13th April, at 11a.m, and we expect to have an
Workers’ Party Easter Commemoration
The Workers’ Party Annual Easter Commemoration will be held at the Republican Memorial on Green Street, Waterford, on Easter Sunday 16th April at 12pm. The proceedings will be chaired by Davy Walsh and will comprise of the following: Chairman’s opening address; reading of the 1916 Proclamation; laying of the wreath; oration delivered by Adam McCarthy, Workers' Party Cork; lament played by a piper; National Anthem; and the Chairman’s closing remarks. All are welcome to attend.
Medugorje Healing Mass
The above Mass will be held on Wednesday the 19th of April 2017, in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, Mount Sion, Barrack St. Waterford, starting with the Holy Rosary at 7.30pm followed by Holy Mass. Celebrant: Fr. R. Walsh. Music Ministry: Medugorje Choir. Light Refreshments after Mass.Contact Maura at 051-376552/ 085-7022103. All are welcome.
Storytime for children 4-7 yrs will take place in Ferrybank library on Tuesday 18th April from 11-12pm. All welcome
An introduction to Oil Painting for Adults with Liz Mcguire taking place over four Wednesdays. April 19th and April 26th, May 3rd and 10th, from 2.30pm – 4.30pm. Spaces limited so early booking is advisable. Ring Ferrybank library to book. 051 897200.
Easter Writing Camp for Children
WriteWords is running a creative writing camp for 8-12 year olds from Tuesday 18-Friday 21 April, which will give children the opportunity to be the hero of their own story.
Waterford Treasures Evening Talk 2017 - 10th of April 2017
The Proclamation of 1916: 'the title deed of the nation’. Monday the 10th of April @7:30 pm in the Garden Room, Medieval Museum, Viking Triangle, Waterford.
Dr Eugene Broderick taught history and served as Principal in the Mercy School Waterford. He completed MA and PhD degrees in history at UCC. He has written and lectured extensively on various aspects of nineteenth and twentieth century Irish history. His most recent book, a biography of the Waterfordian John J Hearne architect of the Irish constitution and Ireland's first Ambassador to the USA, will be launched at a conference in Waterford Treasures on the 30th of June and the 1st of July marking the 80th anniversary of the constitution and honouring Hearne.
Tramore I.C.A. Notes
Firstly we must thank Emma for entertaining us last month during our St Patricks day celebrations, everyone’s feet were certainly tapping to her beautiful violin performance. Many thanks indeed and hope you will come again!
Our next meeting is the AGM and takes place on Wednesday 12 April at 8pm in Tramore House. For the evening we are extremely fortunate to have Darren Hutchinson, Retail Manager and cruise ship expert at Strand Travel as our speaker, so if you have always wanted to go on a cruise, maybe dreams can come true! Unfortunately we were unable to finalise a new committee last month so will be looking for your assistance yet again. So do try and join us, don’t forget there’s always tea and scones for supper!
A few dates for your diary: As everyone was so delighted with the outing Molly Casey arranged last year she has kindly organised a tour of Tourin house and gardens, between Lismore and Cappoquin, on Saturday 27 May. The next Federation meeting is on Wednesday 31 May at Crottys, and the An Grianan Garden party on Friday 7 July. We are still attending Aerobics at Splashworld, yoga on Wednesday mornings with Richa at 10-11, and bowling at Williamstown on Thursday evenings 7-8. Our various craft classes are also ongoing. So do join us to learn or share new skills, and have some fun as well! For anyone looking to make new friends why not come along to our meetings? You will receive a warm and friendly welcome, so join us for a cup of tea and a chat, there are outings to places of interest, shopping at the outlet villages, also a variety of crafts, fun activities, and social evenings. We really look forward to seeing you.
Easter Special Fenor Bingo
Easter Special Fenor Bingo on Friday 21st April in Fenor National School Hall at 8pm. Free bus from Riverstown Shop leaving at 7.15pm. This will be a great night with lots of prizes to be won. Tell your friends and come along and support an enjoyable night.
Litter Picking at Ballyscanlon Woods on Saturday 15th April at 10am. All helpers young and old are asked to help. We will meet at the quarry on the Lower Road.
Comeragh Mountaineering club
Paddy Scanlon will lead a moderate walk to Crotty’s Rock on Sunday next 16th April. Meet at Hypermarket at 10am. Boots essential, food, hot drink, hat, gloves, extra clothes, suitable for winter walking advised. All details from Dick 086 2652768.
Feast of Diving Mercy
This years Feast of Divine Mercy will be celebrated in St. Paul's Church, Lisduggan, Waterford on Sunday April 23rd. The chief celebrant will be Rev. Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan Bishop of Waterford and Lismore assisted by Fr. Pat Fitzgerald PP and Fr. Sean De Leas. Join in the celebrations of this great Feast as we mark twenty six years of unbroken celebrations of Divine Mercy Sunday in St. Paul's Church.
1.30pm: Adoration of the most Blessed Sacrament.
3pm: Chaplet of Divine Mercy; Holy Mass
Blessing with 1st class relic of St. Faustina. We appeal for priests to join us to concelebrate and help administer the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Music ministry - Ben Brown and the Divine Mercy choir. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy novena can be made at any time, but Our Lord especially wished that it be made beginning Good Friday in preparation for the Feast of His Mercy, which should be celebrated on the first Sunday after Easter.
Bingo Night at Cheshire Home
Waterford Cheshire, John’s Hill are holding a Bingo night, Friday, 14th April (Good Friday), starting at 8pm sharp. All welcome, books, €6, sheets €2 each. Refreshment and goodies available FREE! Hope you can make it?
CODA (codependents anonymous)