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James Kilbane returns to the TF Royal Theatre on Friday night, May 11 when he brings his Gravel and Grace country concert to Mayo’s premier venue at 8pm. This concert is in association with Western Care. Special guests on the night will include Ballinrobe singer, Jenny Mulvey from the summer show Legend of Grainne Mhaol, Glor Tire winner Eunice Moran from Ballaghaderreen, as well as upcoming country singer and Conor Duffy.
ames Kilbane returns to the TF Royal Theatre on Friday night, May 11, when he brings his Gravel and Grace Country Concert to Mayo’s premier venue at 8pm. This concert is in association with The Western Care and the event is supported by CBE Claremorris.
Castlebar Celtic’s appeal to the Connacht FA over the Mayo League’s decision to close the €600,000 Rival Arena to adult football was won by the club on Wednesday night. Celtic PRO Noel Coll said yesterday, “The club is happy that the appeal was successful and we’re just looking to put this behind us and get on with what we are here to do and that’s run a football club. We just want to move on and get back to playing football.”
What I Can Do and What I Have To Say is an exciting arts project between Áras Inis Gluaire and The Western Care Association in Belmullet. The project is to celebrate International Arts Disability Day.
Tesco, Ballinrobe has just announced details of an innovative charity bonnie baby competition that will run until the end of the year. All entry fees will go directly to support Western Care Association local services.
Drama lovers are in for a treat this week when two local drama groups present two one-act plays in the Town Hall Theatre, Kiltimagh on Thursday night next, November 10, commencing at 8.30pm.
Arend Wijmenga, a fourth dan grade tai chi instructor, is conducting two two-hour Chi-gong workshops in aid of Western Care in the Ruby Room, Royal Theatre, Castlebar, tomorrow (Saturday) from 10.30am – 12.30pm and 1.30pm – 3.30pm. Chi-gong seeks to heal the body by balancing the energy-flow within, strengthen what is deficient, and reduce excess. All this occurs through movement and breathing exercises whose primary aim is the systematic moving and balancing of the chi (energy) in the human body. The ba duan jin exercises can be practised standing and sitting, making them beneficial and suitable for all fitness levels and abilities. The cost is €20 per workshop, payable on the door, with all proceeds going to Western Care Association. For further information and bookings contact Arend on 094 9367536 or 087 1679031.
The management and staff of the Top Castlebar Oil Depot and filling station at Moneen, Castlebar, intend taking out sponges, squeegees, and brushes for a charity car-wash day on Friday next, September 9, to raise much needed funds for Western Care Association. Tomas Geraghty, business development manager for Top Castlebar Oil, who is organising the event, is appealing to everybody who is in Castlebar on Friday next to drop into Top Castlebar Oil in Moneen where their vehicle will receive a thorough ‘shampoo and shower’ and will be returned to the road in gleaming condition. All funds raised on the day will go towards the replacement of a vehicle at Western Care’s residential service for young adults at Pontoon Drive, Castlebar.
Two men who were involved in an incident at a taxi rank in Castlebar, on December 14 2009, where Judge Mary Devins found both guilty of assault, appeared at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court for sentencing.
Western Care Association are organising a Community Fun Day in St John’s Resource Centre, Ballinamore, Kiltimagh on Sunday July 24 from 2pm to 5pm.