Community Diary (Duplicate)

  • St. Rynagh’s Ladies Football Club

    St. Rynagh’s Ladies Football Club are holding a table quiz in Paddy Flynns Pub, Cloghan tomorrow evening at 9pm, to raise funds to send the Under 15 Ladies Team to the Regional Feile in June. Auction, Raffle and spot prizes on the night. See St. Rynagh’s Ladies Football Club on Facebook for more.

  • The Wrafters

    The Wrafter Family Band are performing this Saturday in Paddy Flynns Pub, Cloghan Offaly. Playing Ballads, Folk, Trad and more. See the wrafter family band on facebook for more.

  • Love Your Wellies Competition!

    The FarmPEAT Project invites primary and secondary school students to get creative and join the Love Your Wellies Competition! - Tell the story of Ireland's peat landscape through art. There are cash prizes for the winning entries . The deadline for entries is Friday 26th April. FarmPEAT also offer free field trips, webinars, and workshops to schools. See Farm Peat .ie or call Katie on 089 414 7367 for more details.

  • The Class of 1990 Restoration Project Table Quiz

    The class of 1990 restoration project are holding a table quiz in St Philomina’s Hall Mounthrath on Thursday May 2nd at 8pm. Doors open at 7pm, a table of 4 is €40 trophies & Cash prizes to be won.
    Book now on Eventbrite and on

  • Wines Direct Sustainable Sips

    Wines Direct ‘Sustainable Sips’ tasting events take place in the Mullingar store on Thursday 25th April at 7.30pm & Saturday 27th at 4pm in Athlone. An hour and half of wine facts and fun showcasing 8 wines from eco conscious, sustainable producers. Tickets are available in-store or at for €25 with beautiful cheeses and nibbles.

  • Coralstown, Kinnegad GAA Bingo

    Coralstown, Kinnegad GAA Monster Drive Thru Bingo is on Sunday 21st April at 3.00 pm at Kinnegad GAA Grounds. Total prize money €7,000 to be won on the day including jackpot prize of €2,000.

  • Grow Mental Health Meetings.

    "Are you looking for people that really understand what you're going through? If yes, we are right here.
    "We are 'Grow Mental Health and we have free weekly support groups meeting every week in Portlaoise, Portarlington and Mountmellick. With Grow, you'll find a place where your voice matters, where you can openly share your problems, get tips on how to improve things for yourself and enjoy the support of other people who have already changed their lives for the better. Contact us today on to register for either an in person or online group or phone Michelle 086 4183805”. No one should have to navigate mental health difficulties alone."


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