Contact firstname.lastname@example.org MARIAN HALL BLOTTO - Results for Thursday, October 18. Numbers drawn were: 12 25 27 31. Lucky Dips: €100 Kay Dillon, c/o James Carmody, Ballybunion. €50 Julie Flynn, Kilmorna, Listowel. €20 each: John Barry, Knockanure. Josephine Rodgers, Cahirdown Wood, Listowel. Holly's Gala, c/o Nora Fitz. Kathleen Williams, Ballybunion. Maurice Wallace, Glin. Free Tickets: Breda Dore, Moyvane Bingo. Kathleen Kelly, Listowel. Danny Enright, Gurtcreen, Listowel. Tara, Gavin & Cian O'Connor, Ballinoe. Marie Thompson, Abbeyfeale. This Thursday night's Jackpot is €10,500 and the draw will be held at Bingo in the Marian Hall.
MOYVANE VILLAGE FESTIVAL
Just to remind you that the annual Village Festival kicks off this Friday with the official opening taking place at 8.00pm followed by live music on an outdoor stage and the Drag Queen Races. On Saturday morning October 27 in the Community Centre starting at 11am there will be a mixed Indoor 8-a-Side Soccer Blitz: 2 Groups-1st-3rd Class and 4th-6th Class. Each team will include 2 Girls. Boro Buffet number 9 is on Saturday night in The Marian Hall. As usual tickets are at a premium so if you haven't already booked you need to get a move on. Sunday is Vintage day and Small Business Trade & Craft Fair day at the Community Centre and don't forget the treasure hunt through our beautiful woodland walk starting at the Church Car park where the Dog Show will also be held. At 3.30 the Bonny Baby and Glamorous Gran Competitions will also be held in the Community Centre. On Sunday evening in the Marian Hall an evening of entertainment with local singers, musicians, dancers and storytellers will take place with the Boro Players presenting "Dopey Dan". Bank Holiday Monday kicks off the first hunt of the season by The North Kerry Harriers. A Children's Halloween Party and Fancy Dress follows at The Marian Hall starting at 1pm. A charity match between North Kerry and West Limerick over 35's is taking place in Con Brosnan Park at 3pm. The Moyvane Ladies football team will play a North Kerry selection as a curtain raiser at 2.30pm. All proceeds collected at the gate will be donated to Crumlin Childrens Hospital. The weekend festivities will wind down with the Rambling House at Mairead Kearney's Bar starting at 7pm.
Courses for adults will begin at St. Michael's College, Listowel in early November. An information leaflet and application form is available by emailing email@example.com, or from the website http://www.stmichaelscollege.ie/, or by phoning the office at 068-21049.