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 Kilbehenny

‘Gateway to the Galtees’

Up-coming Events & Weekly Activities

Moss

 

087 821 4991

Mary

 

087 242 2660

Caroline

 

087 122 0116

Email  Bríd:     kilbehenny@gmail.com

 

 

Weekly Activities in Kilbehenny Community Centre

Day

Activity

Times

Contact

Sunday

Cycling

10.00am

Eileen 086 318 0962

Sunday

Yoga

10.00am

Caroline 087 112 0116

Sunday

Bingo

8.30pm

Moss : 087 821 4991

Monday

Social Dancing

8pm

Mary : 087 242 2660

Tuesday

Little Tots

11.30am

Pauline :  086 845 9946

Tuesday

Professional Ballroom Dancing

8pm

Phyllis :  087 767 5598

Wednesday

Taekwondo Classes

7pm

Frank 087 270 4478

Wednesday

Yoga:

 

 

7.30 pm

Caroline : 087 122 0116

Thursday

Brownies & Lady Birds

6pm

Delia 086 886 4963

Thursday

Zumba (Pay as you go €7)

7.30pm - 8.30pm

Mila : 087 278 8166

Thursday

Line Dancing

8.30pm

Mike : 086 329 8062

Friday

Special Friends

5pm - 8pm

Danielle : 086 407 3838

Saturday

Irish Dancing

Monday pm & Sat am

Eileen Reilly 086 217 7471

Saturday

Cards - First Saturday monthly

 

8.30pm

Noreen 087 772 3821

 

For further information on any of the above,

 

Click here for Contact Numbers

 

For Monthly Dancing Dates :     Click here       

 

Contact     Mary 087 242 2660

 

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Monthly  45 Drive
First Saturday Each Month
Community Centre
Doors open 8.30
Community Night Walks
Monday and Thursdays
Loop Walk with Joe
085 7050055
Art Classes
Deirdre
Learn from the expert
085 784 4305
Ballroom Dancing
Phyllis
Grace in motion
087 768 5598
Yoga Walks Ireland
Walks in Galtee Wood
Sundays with Caroline
087 112 0116

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Men’s Sheds    

 

We have recently had a few enquiries about starting up ‘Men’s sheds’ in Kilbehenny.

‘Men’s sheds’ is a community-based, not-for-profit movement started in Australia in the 1990’s after concern was raised about men’s health and ways to socialise and discuss feelings and wellbeing.  

 

In Ireland, the shed values include openness, leadership, equality and inclusion, and Ireland now has more men’s sheds per head of population than any other country in the world.

Woodturning, metal work, gardening, painting and singing are just some of the other activities taking place in men’s sheds around Ireland.   

 

If you’d like to help start up a group in our community, we would be delighted to hear from you.   You would be sharing your skills and learning new ones, while all the while meeting others and having a cuppa and a chat.

 

Contact any member of the committee or one of the people on Contact Page.

 

We would be delighted to hear from you.   Contact

Ciorcal na Gaeilge

 

Enquiries have recently being made about starting up Ciorcal na Gaeilge (Conversational Irish)

 

Many towns and villages in Ireland meet and come to grips with learning our native tongue in a way that is totally different from what was taught in schools.   

This would be a wonderful opportunity for members of the public to meet up and practice their Irish in a social atmosphere, and to meet other Irish speakers at the same time.

The conversational group is suitable for adults of all levels, no matter what level of Irish you have, you are more than welcome to join us!          Contact

ON-GOING ACTIVITIES