Voice of Peace Ministry is organising a residential retreat at St. Flannans College, Ennis. With Bishop Fintan, Archbishop Kieran O’ Reilly, Fr John Mockler, Limerick, Fr Damian Ryan Limerick, Fr. Francis Xavier Shannon, Fr. George Augustine Dublin & Ursuline Nuns Portlaoise. The Session’s will include inspring Talks, Uplifting Praise and worship, Workshops, Healing Services, Spiritual Sharing, Eucharistic celebrations, Annointing sessions and lively upbeat music song… the dates are 2nd, 3rd & 4th (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)of November 2018. Retreat will
For Families & Caregivers (Normal & Not Normal Ageing; Understanding the difference), Clare Education Centre, Kilrush Road, Ennis on Tuesday 16th October at 7pm. This workshop runs for 2 hours. It will help you recognise and understand “normal” and “not normal” ageing. It will provide essential information on how to have a positive and meaningful relationship with loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Cost €27.
For further information go to our Facebook page; @carenet.ie or call
Members of the public, along with their fluffy friends, are invited to attend a “Pawsome” dogs’ walk to raise funds for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
The sponsored 5km doggie walk will talk place from the Club House at the Lees Road Sports Complex on Sunday, October 14th from 11.30am.
The walk costs just €10 (or €20 for a family) and each dog will receive a bespoke Dogs Unite cape. Fancy dress is encouraged and spot prizes will
Clare Roots Society Lecture,Thursday 18th October 8 pm Old Ground Hotel
RMS Leinster 1918-2018 – Clare’s Connection By Lucille Ellis
The tragic sinking of the Royal Mail Steamer “Leinster” by a German torpedo weeks before the end of The Great War,-567 people lost their lives including 11 people with Clare connections.
Cash for clobber until October 19th.
We will be delighted to take all types of donations of unwanted clothes, including belts,hats, shoes,towels and bedlinen.Donations can be dropped to school Reception during school hours.
The monthly Mass of the Ennis Padre Pio prayer group will be held in the Franciscan Friary Ennis on Thursday 18th October at 7.30 pm
All are welcome
What Makes Your Heart Sing? Art, Literature and the ‘Living Ginger of Life’. (Jack Yeats) This day of reflection, led by Dr Brian Dooney, explores how art, music and poetry can bring inspiration and hope to our lives. The day will run from 10.15 am. to 4.30 p.m. in Carrigoran Health and Wellness Centre. Cost is €20 which includes a light lunch. Contact Anthony Lenihan at 087 616 3492 or Maureen Kelly at 087 2890942.
(Dr. Brian Dooney worked in
Ennis Flower and Garden Club present Janet Maddock, AOIFA at Treacys West County Hotel, Ennis, on Tuesday, October 16th. Demonstrator’s Arrangements raffled on the night. Demonstration commences at 8.15pm Doors open 7.30pm. All are welcome. Admission €10.00 non members. Further enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org