Lismore Heritage Centre will host another frighteningly good Halloween Camp this midterm break from Tuesday 1st to Friday 4th November 2011.
In honour of the creepiest holiday of the year we will be giving arts, crafts, science, drama, cooking and games a grisly twist to keep bloodthirsty campers at bay. We will make voodoo dolls, ghosts that move, edible eyeballs and prepare the worst present in the world for someone unlucky that you love! We will be looking forward to Bonfire Night with our ‘Make A Guy’ competition. In science we will concoct bubbling potions, curdle milk to make brains and make colours run away in fright! There will be a spider obstacle course, skeleton scavenger hunt and much, much more packed into four fearsomely fun days.
Halloween Camp at Lismore Heritage Centre will be scaring the wits out of boys and girls aged 5-12 years. Each day at camp starts at 10pm and draws to a terrifying conclusion at 2pm. One day at camp costs €15 or the pluckiest of youngsters can attend all four days for €50.
To survive the day campers will need a healthy packed lunch and a drink. As all kids know, the best of fun can be messy so please come along in older clothes.
Booking is essential as places are strictly limited to the bravest and best campers we can find. If you think you’ve got what it takes call Arlene on 058-54975 or email Akenny@lismoreheritage.ie
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Friday, September 2, 2011
G Day 7th September 2011: A day of celebration and craic
10.00am Farmers Market on Castle Avenue Offical Launch of G Day by Ken Madden (Meara Líos Mhór)
Margadh na bhFeirmeoirí ar Ascaill an Cháisleán
10.30am Bilingual Service in Church of Ireland Cathedral
Seirbhís dhátheangach in Ardeaglais Chárthach Naofa (An Meall )
11.00am Bun Scoil Bóthar na Naomh - Hurling, camogie training displays with “Dan”
Iománaíocht agus Peil le “Dan”
12 noon Fun in the Millennium Park
Spraoi i bPáirc na Mílaoise
Mad Science Experiments, Art workshops, Archery Demonstrations and Music Workshops.
2.00pm Blackwater Community School – Conversation and Entertainment with the students
Pobal Scoil na hAbhann Móire ( Comhrá ,spraoi agus amhránaíocht le na daltaí)
3pm – 5.00 p.m St Carthages House, Sing Along
Historical Walking Tour of the work house,railway station, famine graveyard and “The Last Forge" in Lismore with Pádraig O Macháin. (All are welcome)
Amhráníocht i dTeach Charthach Naofa agus Siúlóid Stairiúil ó Tigh na mBocht go dtí an Cearta .
4pm Town Tour of Lismore on a bike with Arlene Kenny (Start at Heritage Centre)
Turas an Bhaile ar róthar
6 .30 pm- 9.00p.m Gala Evening on Main Street Lismore
Oíche Siamsa ar an Sráid Mhór
- Fancy Dress Competition - Characters from Lismore's History i.e. St Carthage,Walter Raleigh, Robert Boyle,Fred and Adele Astaire.
Comórtas Culaith Bhréige
- Fashion Show - Designs from Mary FM Fashions ,Chez de Paor and Angela Nevin
- Ballroom Dancing Exhibition by Margaret Fitzgerald & Co, reminiscent of the days of Fred and Adele Astaire
- Musical entertainment – traditional music,song and dance
6.30p.m. St. Carthage's Church, Lismore Choir Rehearsal - Talk on History and Renovations by Parish Council
Cór Charthach Naofa - Caint ar athchóiriú agus stair na hArdEaglaise
7.30p.m. Lismore Camogie Senior Team training session at BCS
Traenáil le Cumann Camógaíochta ag an Pobal Scoil
8.00p.m. Talk on History of GAA in Lismore by Jimmy o’Gorman at Community Centre
Caint Stairiúil ar Cumann Lúthchleas Gael
9.00pm Pub Quiz at Red House as Gaeilge
Tráth na gCeist sa Teach Dearg
9.00p.m. G Day Finale “The Booley House” at Eamonn's Place
Clabhsúr “ Lá le Gaeilge”
Come out on the 7th September when Lismore will be filmed for "An G Team", enjoy free entertainment and support Lismore's bid to become Ireland's top Irish speaking town