Friday, 7 April 2017

Aspects of Listowel Childers' park, Mike the Pies for Music and Phone box or WiFi hub

Chaffinch photographed by Chris Grayson


Awakening Trees

Our trees in public places are a delight to watch as they change from the dullness of winter into the glorious colours of spring and summer.

These trees in the park were planted by Scoil Realta na Maidine.

This dense copse has grown really quickly.

Magnificent trees on the pitch and putt course will soon bud into leaf.


More Progress on the commemorative garden

This beautiful golden sand adds to the jewelled effect.


Prestigious Award for Mike the Pies


We have Phone Boxes with Working? Phone in Listowel too

On William Street

According to the sign its a WiFi hub. I must test it out.


When You're making plans for Easter Monday.....

If you've overindulged with the Easter eggs or even if you haven't, Listowel Writers' Week's Cruinniú na Cásca event is just the ticket:

Beginning at 11am on Monday 17th April from The Seanchai Centre in Listowel Square, the morning walk will take you around the beautiful and resourceful River Feale. You will see and hear some dramatised stories, poems and excerpts from the plays of Listowel's literary giants such as Bryan MacMahon, John B. Keane, Dan Keane, Maurice Walsh, Gabriel Fitzmaurice, Brendan Kennelly, Billy Keane and many more.

The walk is free, and will begin with the opening of an open art exhibition by local artists both professional and amateur followed by a brief introduction to the walk. Along the walk we will be entertained with short performances by local actors. After the walk, we will return to the Seanchai Centre for complimentary tea & coffee.

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