AN old tyme supper dance is being held in Mosside Orange Hall on Friday, September 9.
Music by Sam and Willie O’Neill. Dancing from 9pm to 12midnight.
Admission is £4. Everyone welcome.
FINVOY Presbyterian Church is holding a Friendship Club.
The event starts on 21st September from 2.30pm to 4pm.
The first speaker will be Alex Blair.
Everyone will be made very welcome.
Garryduff Primary School is holding a Summer Fun Evening on Friday, August 26 from 6pm to 8.30pm.
The event will take place in the Garryduff Presbyterian Church Hall. Visitors will enjoy bouncy castle, assault course, face painting, chocolate fountain, bran tub and much more. There will also be a bbq and cake sale.
Entrance is £2.50 adult and 50p children which includes a light supper.
Farm fun day
The Bushmills, Causeway and Dunseverick Community Associations are having their first joint Fun Day on 24 September 2011 at Innisfree Farm, Causeway from 2pm - 8pm.
Please mark this on your calendars and plan to attend as there will be music, dancing, lots to see and do and fun for all the family.There is also stall space still available and also if anyone would like to particapate or have any ideas for events please contact Jacqui McVicker on 07873459260.
Dervock & District Community Association in partnership with Dervocks Oak Leaf Club is taking a coach to Dail Eireann, Dublin (Irish Parliament) on Thursday 25th August 2011.
Coach will be leaving Ballymoney Town Hall at 9am sharp. This development is to explore the historically link that exists between Dervock & Loughgiel – Lord McCartney - who was elected to the Irish House of Commons.
Trip is absolutely FREE. Lunch will be provided. There are still a few places left on the coach. If interested, please contact the Community House on 028 207 42568 or contact Frankie Cunningham on 07734888600. This project is funded by IFI – Community Bridges, Shared History – Shared Future initiative.
Rib Tickling Comedy
Lurig Drama Group, winners of the prestigious UK Festival of One-Act Plays in 2010, brings ‘Cash on Delivery’ to the Golf Club, Cushendall on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August.
Based in the Glens of Antrim, Lurig Drama Group beat off challengers from across the UK last summer to win with the comic play ‘Melody’ by Deirdre Kinehan. They continue in a rich vein of comic form this time around with Michael Cooney’s ‘Cash on Demand’, which ran for 2 years in London’s West End and went on to break box office records throughout Europe.
Producer George Wheeler describes the play as ‘fast and furious’, promising a hilarious evening of entertainment based on ‘the antics of a loveable cheat trying to lie his way out of an increasingly complicated situation’.
‘Cash on Delivery’ opens at Cushendall Golf Club on Friday 27th August & continues on Saturday 28th at 8.00pm. Admission £7 (£6 Concessions) available at the door.
Dunaghy flute band held their weekly lotto.
The numbers drawn on Fridat 19 August were 21, 29 and 36. There was no winners so next weeks jackpot will be £975.
Tickets for the weekly lotto draw are available from any band member.