Pew News 9th September, 2018

9th Sept 2018

Sunday 16th

Harvest Thanksgiving Service – St Mary’s Church, Marmullane at 7.00pm. The guest preacher will be the Revd Paul Arbuthnot, rector of Cobh and Glanmire Union.

Tuesday 

Badminton – Marmullane @ 8pm

 

Wednesday

Badminton – Marmullane @ 10.30am

Bowls – CPH @ 7.45pm

                            

Thursday

1st Cork Company The Boys’ Brigade. – CPH @ 6pm – 7pm Anchors.  7.15pm – 8.30pm  Junior and Company sections.

                            

 

Bible Study will be held in the home of Joan Miller, Ballintemple on Wednesday, 26th September at 2.30pm and in the home of Carol Boylan, Moneygourney on Thursday, 27th September @ 7.30pm.

 

Theatre Supper Evening

We are planning Theatre Supper Evenings on 15th, 16th & 17th November.  This will be held in collaboration with Carrigaline Union of Parishes and the venue will again be the Canon Packham Hall.  We have a cast and rehearsals will be commencing shortly. Douglas Union with Frankfield will be performing ‘The Patient’ by Agatha Christie and this year will be directed by Rodney Bolingbroke.  Carrigaline will be performing ‘Between Mouthfuls’ by Alan Ayckbourne and a short sketch called “Shoppers” by Jean McConnell, which again will be directed by Mary Murphy. Dinner will again be provided by the Bull McCabe’s.  Tickets will be limited as always so we will let you know when they go on sale!  Book early to avoid disappointment!

 

Northridge House, at St Luke’s Charity Mahon, are running a 12 week programme for those wishing to become Professional Carers to the Older Adult. Call Claire at 021.4536551 for further details

 

Cork Autism Conference 2018 –  Re-Thinking Autism – A Positive and Integrative Approach, Sunday September 30th, Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork. Conference provides a unique forum for Parents, Families, Caregivers, Adults with ASD, Employers, Educators, Professionals, Agencies, Advocates and anyone with an interest in autism and aspergers syndrome. All are welcome. More info here: www.bookwhen.com/corkautism or call 089 239 8900

 

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