LISNAGAVER Orange Hall Committee will be holding a fun day out for the family on Saturday, September 15.
Located at the farm of Tommey Fenton, Duneaney Road, Rasharkin, the event will be taking place between the hours of 2pm until 7pm and everyone is invited.
The proceedings will include a vintage rally for all manner of vintage vehicles, be it tractors to bikes. stationary engines and threshers.
A family fun day with a bouncy castle, musical entertainment a home produce tall and a barbecue will also be held.
And if any of the display exhibitors feel up to the task there may even be a short exhibition road run for all those interested.
DERVOCK and District Community Association and Ballymoney Borough Council would like to say A Flaming Big Thankyou!
To celebrate the success of Dervock 2012 and to recognise the contribution volunteers made during the Olympic celebrations, the Assocition is holding a number of events including:
Dervock 2012 slideshow on the big screen
Unvieling of Dervock’s Future Plans
The event will take place on Tuesday, September 18 from 7.30pm in Ballymoney Town Hall.
Mother Goose Playgroup at Sheskburn Community Centre has been successful in receiving funding from Early Years to enable playgroup to open 5 days per week to include Wednesdays from September 5th.
This is a great boost for the provision of pre-school education for all children from Ballycastle and the surrounding villages and areas.
The playgroup provides opportunities for children to play and have fun whilst developing physically, intellectually and socially so they can become an independant little person.
Spaces are available to all children who are already 3 years old and to those children who will reach their 3rd birthday between now and June 2013.
Places may be available for children aged 2 years 10 months. A register will be kept in playgroup and children will be called when a place becomes available in accordance with the Admissions policy available at playgroup.
Please call in to register or telephone Hazel Kirkpatrick 07855309997 for further information.
A Dance will be held in Magherhoney Hall on Monday, September 10, organised by the Autumn Leaf Club.
Music will be provided by Sam O’Neill Duo. Dancing from 8.30pm until 12midnight. Admission is £4 including supper. Everyone welcome.
The Kingdom of Dalriada Ulster Scots Society can announce that Scottish Country Dance classes start at the Evergreen Social Centre, Edward Street on Wednesday nights from September onwards.
Mrs Elizabeth Brown Kerr, a well renowned dance tutor in the field of Scottish Country Dance will continue to be the tutor, and Elizabeth who also works in Schools and for the Ulster Scots Agency in delivering dance classes is Access NI Checked. If you child is aged 7 or above and has a good sense of rhythm then why not come along and enjoy the classes.
The children practice from now to late Spring and then perform demonstrations at festivals, council events or fundays during the summer months, so if your child would like to be involved in the Evergreen Scottish Country Dance group, then register at the Ullans Centre on 02827668897. Boys and Girls are welcome to attend. Classes cost £2.00 per child or £3.00 if two from the same family take part. If you require more information, please contact Victoria at the Ullans Centre.
Scottish Country Dance classes
Are you interested in learning Scottish Country Dance, The Ullans Centre are trying to gauge interest in starting an Adult Dance Class, where all dances will be taught, so if you have never taken part, or you know a few moves, and would be interested in taking part, then Call Victoria in the Ullans Centre on 028 276 68897 or just call into the centre and give your name and contact details.
If demand is shown then classes will be held on a Wednesday night at the Evergreen Centre, which has plenty of room and the ideal floor for dancing. It will be informal and enjoyable so if you have a spare hour on a Wednesday night and are interested just call in and it will keep you busy during the dark evenings of the autumn and winter.