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Will run in the Cathedral, funded by MindMatters CoI, facilitated by music therapist Aoife O’Reilly, with Irina Dernova will be the accompanist. No musical experience is needed, so please come along to sing, croak, whisper, roar, or bellow with us - whatever your voice is like, all you need to do is turn up and try! Rehearsals will be held in the Cathedral on Wednesdays at 7.30pm, starting 10th April. The project will conclude with a public performance on 31st May, at 8pm, when the choir will sing at the opening and closing of a dramatic reading of the Voyage of St Brendan the Navigator, chosen to reflect our personal navigation through the storms and calms of life. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register so we can have an idea of numbers and make sure to have enough tea and coffee ready for the group. Volunteers for the event on 31st May would also be hugely appreciated to help set up and to be on the door. Please let Catherine know if you are free on 31st May.


These wonderful concerts take place in St. Mary's Cathedral, all beginning at 1.15pm and concluding around 1.45pm: Wednesday 3rd April: Sinead O’Halloran (cello) plays Bach Suites nos. 1 & 4; Monday 8th April: Henning Fredriksson (cello) and Donal McHugh (piano). Music by Chopin, Grieg and Liszt; Tuesday 9th April: Catherine O’Carroll (soprano) and Irina Dernova (piano). Music by Gounod, Argento and Stanford; Tuesday 16th April: Triona Walsh (soprano) and Yonit Kosovske (piano). ‘A Woman’s Life and Love’, including music by Amy Beach. Rebecca Clarke and Fiona Linnane; Tuesday 23rd April: Justine Gormley (piano). Music by Bernstein, Villa-Lobos, Glass and Ginastera. Further concerts will be held in May, June, and July, with a series of talks in June.



This progressive educational haven for adults has blossomed in a most positive over the last few years and continues to do so. The centre is situated on the Island Road just at the pedestrian crossing and anyone is welcome to call in to gather information on the various classes that are available. Telephone: 061 313993 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:


If you are looking for someone to give you a call, Melanie and Elsie ring older people in the area every week to help them connect to other services or just to have a nice chat. You can get in touch if you want to use our Friendly Calls service on 061 313993,


Baptisms are held in St. Nicholas Church on the 4th Saturday of the month. Baptisms are held in St. Mary's Church on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at at 4pm and on 1st and 3rd Sundays at 12.30pm Contact the Parish Office for more information and a Baptismal enrolment form. 061 416300.

Fr. Richie Davern, 087 2977500: Fr. Gerard O'Leary, 087 9378685: Salesian Sisters 061 348510.


St. Mary's Community Centre are ready to deliver dinners, making a definite effort that no local senior goes hungry. Situated at the beginning of the Island Bank on the Verdant Place end. All dinners €6, Take Aways €6.50.They are simply delicious! Contact 061 318106

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