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.
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.
A fun-day is being organised for those who participate in the popular mini-rugby programme at Ballymoney Rugby club.
Saturday, September 3 has een penciled in for the event which runs from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.
Essentially, it is for 4 to 12-year-olds, and the organisers will make all regular faces - and new ones - very welcome.
It is planned to have several games as well as bouncy castle, Sumo wrestling suits and other attractions.
If the weather is kind, a barbecue will be held outside, but, no matter, refreshments will be available. There is no charge.
BALLYMONEY Old Vintage Club is holding an annual car run on Saturday, September 17. Cars leave Riada Avenue at 11am. Everyone is welcome to come along. For more information call 07960130030.
Meanwhile Clough Vintage Club is holding the Alec Douglas Memorial Run on Saturday, September 10.
Visitors meet at the Rangers Car Park, Clough at 12noon. The event is open to non-members.
Killyrammer & District Community Association are holding a coffee morning and display of old school artefacts kindly being shown by Keith Beattie of Ballymoney Museum on 10th September between 11am and 12.30pm in the Community Centre.
So come along and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, a scone and a chat. While you are there have a look at some of the pieces that were used in Killyrammer Primary School when it was open and are now stored in Ballymoney Museum. Admission is £3 and everyone will be made very welcome.