The Stamullen Roundup
By Grace Tierney
Best of Luck to the children of the parish who will make their delayed First Holy Communion on the 12th of September in three ceremonies at ten, noon, and 2p.m.
The Golden Girls had hoped to resume meetings in the Parish Centre, Stamullen on Monday the 7th of September from 11a.m. to 1p.m. for tea and good company. Sadly, in light of the recent updates to public health advice the meetings will not resume until further notice.
Unfortunately the change in guidelines also stopped the Steach Maolín photo scanning open day in August, but they hope to reschedule. Keep an eye on their facebook page for updates https://www.facebook.com/Steach-Maoil%C3%ADn-114920506820034. Current gems on the site include a photo of a local race horse, Reynoldstown who won the Aintree Grand National twice in the 1930s!
From Tuesday the 1st of September JLK Dance school ** will be back in St. Patrick’s GAA club on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
The Seamus Ennis centre in Naul is currently closed for most events (although the cafe is open 10a.m. to 7p.m. daily). Staff are working behind the scenes to re-arrange events and find new ways to support the arts in our region. Their Easter Snow gallery exhibition is open (with social distancing) and if you’d like to pre-book a private viewing of the art contact Colette at firstname.lastname@example.org/. Up to date information on all their activities is available as always on https://www.tseac.ie/ and https://www.facebook.com/TSEAC.
** Please note that changes to public health Covid 19 restrictions on indoor meeting may affect these events. Check with organisers if you have concerns.
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