The Zombie Walk for Halloween will start from Market Place, Clonmel at 7pm this evening, Wednesday and parade through Gladstone Street and O’Connell Street. All those taking part are asked to assemble at 6.30 and there will be face painting for those in costume.
Bag drop for St. Vincent de Paul
A Bag Drop in aid of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul will be held in Mulcahy House, Anglesea Street, Clonmel on this Friday and Saturday, November 2nd and 3rd from 10am to 1pm. All clothes, books, and bric-a-brac can be handed into Mulcahy House - just drop and go, there’s no parking or waiting.
All clothes will be used either in the Vincent de Paul shop in Mary Street or recycled, and funds raised will be put to very good use during the Christmas period. The charity’s furniture warehouse will be opened this Friday from 10am to 1pm and every second Friday from there on. It has super bargins in tables, with prices from €10 and chairs from €5 each.
Place 4U Community Cafe
The cafe at Morton Street, Clonmel is open from Monday to Friday, 10am to 12.30pm. Tea, coffee, scones and snacks are available daily.
Monday - Crafts at 10am. A memoir-writing workshop and book club are held on the last Monday of each month.
Tuesday - Family Tree Genealogy and storytelling at 11am every week.
Wednesday - Art and paper craft at 10am each week.
Thursday - Ceramics – A Christmas workshop is commencing shortly, with a small fee to cover the cost of materials.
Friday - Chess - leave contact details with the volunteers. Friendly Yoga from 1.15 – 2.15 (small charge). People are also welcome on Friday to play cards.
Computer class – ongoing. The waiting list is currently closed.
The service Bring a book and take a book, whereby you donate a book and take one, is also available, as is free WiFi.
Most classes are free unless otherwise stated, but people are requested to buy a cuppa instead to cover daily expenses.
Thank you for your continued support. For further information please ask the volunteers at the counter.
Table quiz for Mayor’s Fund
A table quiz for the Mayor of Clonmel’s annual Christmas Relief Fund for the needy will be held on Friday, 2nd November at 9pm in Liam Daly’s, O’Connell Street. Tables of four cost €20.
Christmas Shoebox Appeal
The Team Hope Christmas Shoebox Appeal for looking for volunteers to collect and drop shoeboxes and to help in the warehouse for two weeks - excluding Saturdays and Sundays - from November 19th from 7pm-10pm each evening. For more information contact Sarah Cullinan at 087-6353566.
South Tipp Art Group
Junior South Tipp Art Group (STAG) is closed for the Halloween mid–term break and will resume with a new art session for Seniors (1st Years to Leaving Certs) and Primary Section (9 Years to 6th class) on Saturday, 10th November for a six-week run. There are no places left in the Senior section but there are a few places left in the Primary Section. Ring the Organiser Maureen Purcell for details at 086-8096823.
A number of STAG adults made the trip to the Fringe Exhibitions in Wexford on Sunday last and a great day was had by all. Art Sessions at Adult STAG in the Art Room, Ss Peter and Paul’s Infant School (behind the Primary School), Kickham Street, Clonmel on Tuesday nights are very well attended. New members are always welcome, just come along. For anyone interested in purchasing artworks by STAG adult members just contact the Organiser Maureen Purcell. There will be an oil and acrylic art weekend with artist and tutor Geraldine Folan, Galway, on Saturday and Sunday, 24th and 25th November in the Studio, South Tipperary Arts Centre, Nelson Street, Clonmel. Places are limited. The cost is €65, with a deposit of €30 to secure a place. This art course is open to the public. Contact the Organiser of STAG Maureen Purcell at 086-8096823 to secure a place.
Jaws theme for swimming pool party
Clonmel Junction Festival will host a Jaws themed party in Clonmel Swimming Pool at 8.30pm on Saturday, 3rd November. The unique experience will include a screening of the classic film, cocktails and an elaborately decorated pool. Fancy dress is optional. Tickets at €10 each are now on sale.
For health and safety reasons there is nobody allowed in to swim in the pool because of a shark in the water.
Peaks Mountaineering Club
The clocks have changed and winter has officially arrived with the dark evenings and weather mood swings. All club members should pack their head torch with a new battery and put a spare pair of gloves and socks in their backpack. Conditions on the mountains can rapidly deteriorate and what started as a pleasant day can rapidly become a challenge for the best equipped. Any senior club member will advise you on appropriate gear and food for an enjoyable day on our lovely mountains no matter what mother nature serves as the weather menu. The hardy folk in the Peaks Club were busy last weekend in the Mourne Mountains. The calendar of events is filling nicely and the first away walk of the new meets list is in the Blackstairs. This walk takes place on Sunday, 18th November and all the details are on the notice board in Eldon’s. The Christmas party has been booked in Raheen House for 1st December and make the arrangements for a great night when our fit and energetic members take to the floor in their party gear. The club membership dues can be posted to club treasurer Martin Coghlan at Robin Hill, Glenacurra, Carrick-on-Suir as the club will not take uninsured persons on the regular walks. Next week the club walks the Galtees with Ray Prendergast leading the 10am walk. The noon walk is led by Justin McCarthy, assisted by Sean Brackett and Nora Phelan. Both walks leave from Eldon’s and will pick up at Morrison’s Garage in Cahir.