Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Camogie Indoor Winter Training

Camogie Indoor Winter Training will begin in St Multose Hall on Sunday 20th October 2019 from 11am till 12 noon for the next 6 weeks.

For Girls Under 9 (born 2010) Under 10 (born 2009)

All newcomers welcome to try out!

Please contact Derval or Tom on the day.  €2 euro per child to cover the cost of the hall. Helmet, Hurley required (borrowing gear available). Shin Guards highly recommended. Runners only for hall (no football boots). Looking forward to seeing you all at St Multose.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Return of the cake sale - Friday 18th October 2019

The first cake sale of 2019-2020 will take place tomorrow Friday 18th October 2019 and will be hosted by 5th class. Please send in at least €1 with each child going to school tomorrow to buy a cake. There will be a gluten-free corner and there is a strict nut-free policy for all cakes.

For new parents to the school just to let you know these monthly cake sales generate approximately €3,000 a year towards the Parents Association fundraising and the kids love it - both the selling and buying. And the baking of course! Each class gets a chance to host a cake sale throughout the school year. So please remember to support 5th class tomorrow

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

The Lir Quartet

Haydn String Quartet Op.77 No.1
Schubert String Quartet in E flat major D.87
Shostakovich String Quartet No. 3 in F major Op. 73

Founded for Barry Douglas’ 2017 Clandeboye Festival, the Lir Quartet is one of Ireland’s most exciting chamber groups. Joined for their fourth tour for the Foundation this autumn by violinist Patrick Rafter, they present three great works from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Haydn’s two quartets Op.77, written in 1799, were his last creations in the genre that he shaped and developed for half a century. Schubert’s E flat quartet D.87 was written in 1813 when Schubert was just 17 and, while not on the dramatic scale of his late quartets, is a masterpiece of Viennese charm and elegance. Shostakovich’s third quartet, from 1946, is one of the finest, most evocative works in the repertoire, a heart-rending response to the horror of the second world war.
KINSALE - Thursday 10th October 2019 at 7.30pm - Methodist Church (contact kaoskinsale@gmail.com)