Estuary Credit Union: As & from 9th October 2015 the Glin & Tarbert Credit Union office hours on Friday evenings only will change to OPEN AT 5.30 PM & CLOSE AT 7.00 pm.
A Royal Christmas in Glin. The High Kings will play in Glin Church on Thursday, 17th of December at 8.00 pm. The band consists of Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden and they have toured Ireland, the United States, and Europe on multiple occasions. Together they play thirteen instruments during their performances. Tickets are available in local shops or call direct to Siobhan at 087 9944 245. Book early as seats are limited.
Glin Development Association: AGM will be held on Thursday 12th November in Conways at 8.30p.m.
Glin Baby & Toddler Group – every Thursday from 10am in Ceol Corbrai Hall. €3 per family. All welcome.
Glin Library Exhibition: The library is delighted to exhibit a lovely selection of photographs of local places taken by Brigid Fitzgerald. These are very reasonably priced and would make lovely presents for any occasion. All welcome to come in and admire some more local talent.
Glin Day Care Centre – Lighting of The Christmas Tree: The Committee and Staff of Glin Day Care are organising a remembrance evening on Sunday 22nd November at 4pm. There will be a blessing of the Christmas tree by Fr. Crawford and we will be attaching yellow ribbons in remembrance of past residents and people who attended the Day Care Centre on a regular basis. Following the blessing refreshments will be served in the centre. All family and friends are welcome. If you would like to add a name to our remembrance tree please contact the office on 068-26033
I.C.A. News: Meeting at Cloverfield Centre on Friday next the 13th November at 7.30 p.m. I.C.A. will host the annual Senior Citizens Christmas Party at Cloverfield Centre on Sunday 29th November starting with Mass at 1.00 p.m. Names please to Sheila at Wallaces, Mary at Hogans and Frances at McNamaras. Whist drive every Tuesday night at 8.30 p.m. all welcome.
Glin Comhaltas are looking for pre-loved traditional musical instruments. If you think you can help please contact Angela 086 367 3957
The Parents Association of St. Fergus N.S have placed collection buckets around local shops within the village. Any spare change you may have would be greatly appreciated. All money received this year will go towards much needed maths and science equipment. Last years collection buckets proved a huge success and helped towards the purchase of English literature for 3rd/4th/5th & 6th class. As with all our past and present fund raising events the generosity and support from the parish does not go unnoticed.