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Ulster Scots concert

BALLYMACONNELLY Orange Hall will be indulging in some ‘Skullduggery’ this Thursday (November 15).

The Ballymaconnelly Renewal Group will present an Ulster Scots concert.

Doors open at 8pmn with the concert starting at 8.30pm. Tickets are £5 each or pay at the door.

Dinner dance

Drumaheagles Young Defenders will be holding a 35th Anniversary Dinner Dance in the Bushtown Hotel, Coleraine on 17th November.

The Bushtown will be laying on a 5 course meal and afterwards there will be entertainment provided.

They will be running a bus to and from the event leaving the Imperial Bar, Ballymoney leaving at 7pm and are calling for anyone who would wish to join them on the night to contact 07926132215 or 07595893629 to get your names added to the growing list.

Table quiz

A TABLE quiz in aid of Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club will be held at McClafferty’s Bar, Armoy, on Friday November 16 (9pm).

Entry is £5 per person and everyone is welcome. All support is greatly appreciated by the organisers. A raffle will also be held.

Storytelling

BALLYMONEY Library welcomes Kate Murphy for an evening of storytelling on Thursday 15th November at 7pm.

Kate Murphy is a writer, facilitator and storyteller with a particular interest in traditional myths, legends and stories associated with local place names. A retired teacher who enjoys working with children, Kate lives in Portrush.

Kate is a member of Storytellers of Ireland and has told stories in schools, museums and libraries, as well as to wide ranging groups of adults and yarnspinners. She is also a contributor to BBC Radio Ulster for whom she has written and broadcast stories.

Admission to this event is free and everyone is welcome, but booking is advisable.

You can contact Ballymoney Library (Queen Street, BT53 6JB) on telephone: 028 2766 3589 or email: ballymoney.library@librariesni.org.uk

Beetle Drive

BALLYMONEY LOL 956 are holding a Beetle Drive in the Lounge of the Bush Tavern on Friday, November 23 at 8pm.

Admission to the general public is adults £3 and school children £1. Everyone welcome.

 
 
 

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