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Music Classes are well established now on Tuesday pm’s in St Bricin’s.Please Note -There will be no classes during Midterm break on Tuesday, October 28th. Some upcoming Activities:
1.Seanós Dancing for children & adults on Saturdays in Goods Store 3.30 p.m.-4.30 p.m.
2.Secondary school children – Banjo Workshop in Town Hall – Saturday October 25th – 3.00 p.m.-6.00 p.m.
3.Teen Trad. Session in Horseshoes on Sunday November 2nd 8.00 p.m. -9.30 p.m.
4. Adult Trad Session in Flynn’s – Friday November 7th @ 9.00 p.m.
4.Uilleann Piping weekend coming up – November 28th & 29th More information later. Enquiries tel/text 086 2417867 or www.comhaltasbelturbet.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Belturbet Beavers and Cub group are having a meeting on Tuesday 30th September at 8pm in the Railway Station Belturbet.
We are in need of leaders and helpers to get our group up and running this year. Please pass on the word. This is a great organisation for adults and kids.
CAR BOOT SALE – at The Railway Station
Sunday September 28th from 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
For information contact Tony on 087 2639764
In the Current, a public art project by Yvonne Cullivan, will be launched on Culture Night, Friday September 19th, from 7.30-9.30pm, at the recently opened Civic Centre, Belturbet, County Cavan.
In the Current consists of eight short films produced by the artist following a period of research and sustained engagement with residents and specialists from the Belturbet area. Drawing on aspects of local historical and contemporary culture and grounded in the physical fabric of the landscape, these sensory films blur the lines of fact and fiction, reality and the imagined, carrying information from peripheral locations, via the airwaves, through the water, in the ground, and across layers of time.
The project was commissioned under the Per Cent for Art Scheme with Cavan County Council, funded by the National Roads Authority.
The launch will include a debut reading of Field Notes, a long, narrative poem written by poet Tom Conaty in response to the films, and accompanied by music composed and performed by Finn Conaty. A bespoke App, designed to house the project in collaboration with Mobanode, will also be launched on the night. The App will contain the eight films, contextual information, essays, Field Notes, community links and project details.
In the Current will remain open to the public until October 5th.
Admission free. Opening hours are as follows:
Thursday 6 – 8.30pm, Friday – Saturday 11 – 1pm and 2 – 5pm, Sunday 2 – 5pm.
For further information, visit www.yvonnecullivan.com or find the project on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/YvonneCullivanInTheCurrent
Kettle Bell class starts Monday Sept 1st @ 8pm Belturbet Fitness Centre €45 for 6 week course discounts for members.
Limited places available so make sure to book your place early! To book or more details give us a call 049 9529656 or 086 1995926
Social Dancing Dancing to Eamonn Mulvaney, The Midnight Cowboy in the Town Hall Community & Civic Centre, Belturbet – Friday, September 5th from 10.00 p.m. – 12.30 a.m. This is the first dance in the newly refurbished Town Hall.