Search Results for 'Castlebar Celtic Clubhouse'

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Local musicians unite for suicide prevention concert

A group of top local musicians are uniting to stage a rock and roll extravaganza in Castlebar next weekend to raise awareness and funds for a suicide prevention initiative.

Learn physics, the science behind technology

This new physics course uses an engaging hands-on method for teaching physics to develop the student’s basic understanding of the subject. The student can then use this knowledge to sit the higher level Leaving Certificate physics exam. The course is designed to help students work in teams to explore how the world works by creating experiments to test their ideas.

Castlebar Afterschool Club now enrolling

Castlebar’s Afterschool club which is based at Castlebar Celtic Clubhouse is now enrolling for September with limited places still available. An enrolment day takes place tomorrow (Saturday) at Celtic Clubhouse from 5pm to 7pm.

Are you ready for the Finbar Hoban Presents... ‘Thriller’ dance off ?

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It is that time of the year folks when all things scary decide to come out of the woodworks. This Halloween Finbar Hoban Presents... The Michael Jackson Dance Off as part of the Tales From The Crypt Halloween Ball in association with All Affairs Fancy Dress and T-Rex clothing.ie

Castlebar music festival 2012 preparations get under way

Preparations for the Castlebar Music Festival 2012 are now under way with a new committee being recently formed after a series of public meetings that were held at Bar Ritz in Castlebar. The newly elected committee consists of Adrian Ryan (chairman), Paula McDonnell (secretary), Gary Monaghan (treasurer), and Finbar Hoban (public relations).

Finbar Hoban Presents goes to the movies

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Finbar Hoban Presents... takes a trip to the movies on Saturday August 20 as a very special screening of the 1984 cult sci-fi classic The Terminator will take place at Bar Ritz in Castlebar.

Crimlin bands launch CD

The bands in the Crimlin Community Arts music collective will launch their first CD Abroad in Crimlin on Saturday December 13 at 8.30pm in the Castlebar Celtic Clubhouse. The CD will be launched by TV and radio personality Paraic Breathnach, founding member of Macnas, a community arts advocate more popularly known for his role as Jacksie in Killinaskully.

 

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