What’s On In Kilmihil

New telephone Number for Kilmihil Defibrillator Service -1800 60 32 99

Kilmihil Active Retired Craft Sessions – back on Thursday 29th September 10.00am

The Thursday Craft sessions in The Meadow will return on 29th September 10.00am to 12.30pm with a series of art classes.

LIMERICK & CLARE TRAINING AND ENTERPRISE BOARD: (LCETB) have kindly arranged for the artist, Anna Collomer, to deliver a series of 9 painting classes at Kilmihil Active Retirement’s Thursday morning art and craft  sessions. Starting: 29th Sept. from 10.00am to 12.30pm.Classes are Free. Attendees will need to register with LCETB for the class.  Contact Jacqueline McGrath (Active Retired) on 087 333 9388 to express your interest.

Stock of brushes and materials available for those new to this activity.

Kilmihil Active Retirement – Fridays in The Meadow from 30th September

Friday’s get together in the Meadow returns on 30th September. Come along and find out what is planned for the Autumn.

The group urgently needs volunteers to help with Friday mornings, please contact Ann Duggan on 087 290 9995.

Kilmihil GAA Well-being Committee Events – The Community Centre 5th & 12th October

Kilmihil GAA will run a series of talks this October for our local community and the surrounding area.

The focus of these talks is the importance of building resilience amongst young and old, despite the many social issues that affect communities today.

The speakers will talk about their own experiences of dealing with societal issues such as addiction and self-harm, along with their journey to recovery.

We encourage all members of our community to show your support for this initiative and look forward to seeing you on the night .

Pilates Classes – in The Community Centre, Wednesdays 7.00pm

MC Pilates will restart Pilates classes in Kilmihil Community Centre on Wednesday evenings from the 12th September.

Visit their facebook page to pm Monica for more information or call 087 763 6744.

Kilmihil Athletics Training – Thursdays 6.00-7.00pm

Kilmihil Athletics Club are happy to announce that training sessions will resume for 2022 on Thursdays from 6-7pm in Clonreddan, Cooraclare. New Members Welcome!! Feel free to contact them via their FB page or a member of their committee for registrations or via Athletics Ireland portal online https://membership.athl

Kilmihil GAA/Parish Lotto Jackpot is €6600

Tickets available in local shops and businesses or buy online here

Kilmihil Youth Ministry – Thursdays 8.30pm

Kilmihil Youth Ministry is back!! After a successful first meeting on Thursday 7th April the Youth Ministry’s meetings will be Thursdays in Kilmihil Community Hall at 8.30pm All secondary school students welcome.

Tai-Chi in Kilmihil Courses throughout the Year

Kevin has also developed an online membership group where you can access online classes in Tai Chi and Qijong.

For more information visit Westway.ie

St Pats AFC need Coaches for 2022

St Pats are looking for people to get involved in coaching their underage teams for the coming schoolboy/girls season which starts in March. No qualifications are necessary and training will be supplied to those interested. Coaches will not be working on their own. If you can spare an hour or so a week and are 18 or older you very welcome. Both genders are welcome and it would be a plus on any CV . For further information contact Pat 086 608 6501 or Thomas 086 267 7424

Find out more on their Facebook page.

Online Offertory Collections

If you wish to donate to the parish offertory collection online you can now do so at https://www.killaloediocese.ie/parish/kilmihil/donate/ the page also includes instructions for donations to the parish priest or special collections.

Kilmihil GAA Well-being Committee Launched

A well-being committee has been established and will work in conjunction with Mental Health Ireland and The Lighthouse to promote a pilot scheme that will be rolled out in our community over the forthcoming months.

Members of Kilmihil GAA/LGFA committee include, Pamela Ryan, Noel Downes and Rita Downes.

The aim will be social connection, community wellness and driving cultural change by reducing stigma attached to mental health.We hope that organised events will strengthen our community by bringing people together while raising the awareness and sharing information on positive mental health.

Our first event will take place in Kilmihil Community Hall

Kilmihil Well-being Team