The first real heavy snow fell in Enniskerry on Sunday night Night / Monday morning but nothing like the snows of two years ago. Hopefully all our older residents are being checked out for all good reasons. Help is out there just call someone and you will be looked after. SPORTS
The weather put a stop to all sports in Enniskerry except for darts which went ahead as usual. WORKSHOP
Enniskerry Forum are holding an open workshop to discuss and hear ideas from Enniskerry residents for the 5 year plan for the village for which has received a €12,000 grant from the Leader Fund. The venue is Powerscourt Arms Country House from 7.30pm to 9.30pm on Thursday 24th January all are welcome. For those who would like to make suggestions but cannot attend there are 2 other ways to get in touch email@example.com or www.enniskerry/news GAA NOTES
The turnout for the adult training Ladies and Gents is gaining numbers every week with sessions on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the Enniskerry Ground at Pairc na Sillogue.
A committee Meeting will be held tonight in the Village at 8.00pm. The Full list of teams from under 8 upwards in both Hurling and Football will be registered soon and available on Club website. POWERSCOURT/KILBRIDE
Services of Worship - Powerscourt: Tomorrow (Thursday): 9.45am - Holy Communion & prayer of the sick. Sunday - Epiphany Three: 8.30am - Holy Communion (said); 11.30am - Morning Prayer Two. Services of Worship - Kilbride: Sunday - Epiphany Three: 10am - Morning Prayer Two, HISTORY SOCIETY
Details of the Enniskerry History Society 2013 Spring Programme of lectures, all of which will take place at 8.30pm on the 2nd Thursday of the month in the Powerscourt Arms Hotel, Enniskerry, are as follows: Thursday February 14th : ' After the Ball Was Over: The last days of the AngloIrish Ascendancy' (Frank Tracey); Thursday March 14th - ' Christmas in Wicklow 100 Years Ago (1912) ' (James Scannell); Thursday April 11th - ' The Poor Harvest and Bad Winter 1947 ' (Padraig Laffan) ; Thursday May 9th - ' The Remarkable Story of S.L.T. L.T. E.J. A Bourke ' (Cyril Dunne).
All welcome to attend these lectures - admission to each lecture €3. Details on the Enniskerry History Society and its activities available from John Callan at 086-358 6758 or 01-286 7853. GHOST HUNTING
On Friday March 1st Irish Ghost Hunters will hold a public paranormal investigation at Powerscourt. The cost is €55 per person and advance booking is essential. To book call 01-204 6000 between 9.30a, to 5pm Monday to Friday. Further information available from www.powerscourt. com/events.