Kinvara Town twinning is hoping to organise a return visit to our Breton friends in Locoal Mendon at Easter 2018. It would be wonderful if we could bring a sizeable group this time to keep the twinning going. We are investigating both flying and going by ferry. Contact email@example.com if you are interested. Look up Kinvara Twinning and Kin Loc on Facebook for photos of previous years’ trips.
Gort Resource Centre will be hosting a Christmas Event with a farmyard in our backyard petting zoo on 8th from 3-6pm. Lighting of the tree on 8th December at 6pm. Free but donations if desired to the Forgotten Horses.
Kinvara Christmas Market is back – weekends 9th / 10th and 16th / 17th December 2017 – Sat and Sun, 11am-5pm, Kinvara Community Centre. With 40 stalls you’re guaranteed a wide range of craft, food and cheery Christmas fare. Continue reading “Kinvara Christmas Market”
At the last community council meeting it was stated that car parking in the village is a problem especially for those how use crutches and buggies. People should not to park on the footpaths should drive slowly around the village.
KAVA will hold their Annual Postcard Exhibition on the weekend of 8th to 10th December this year. The exhibition will be officially launched by Maria Hannigan in The Courthouse, Kinvara, on Friday 8th December at 8pm, and will continue on Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 6pm. Continue reading “KAVA Exbitition”
Kinvara Singers’ Group meets on the first Monday of the month in Greens Pub for a night of songs and merriment.
We are delighted that Edel Vaughan will appear as our special guest today, Monday (December 4h Greens Pub, Kinvara, 9.30 pm). An evening not to be missed. Continue reading “Kinvara Singers’ Group”
Festive magic abounds
The magic of Christmas will arrive in Kinvara next weekend with the return of one of Ireland’s most vibrant destination Christmas markets Continue reading “Kinvara Christmas Market”
The Kinvara Community Council is a group of volunteers working to promote the Social, Cultural and Economic life of the Kinvara Community and surrounding areas. It is important that everyone living in the community has an opportunity to contribute their ideas to achieve this objective. If you can make an input in any way come along to our next meeting which will be held on Wednesday 17th January at 8pm in the community centre. We do expect that every sub-group and user of the centre should send at least one representative to each meeting.
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The Dolmen Centre is opening their second hand book and craft shop on Monday 13th November. All are welcome.
We are looking for new members anyone who would like to start playing badminton. We have a session for beginners and improvers on Monday evenings from 8pm – 10pm. Fee of €5 per session to cover rental of hall and purchase of shuttlecocks. Suitable for all ages