Enniskerry are back in motion again on Wednesday next February 6th in the Enniskerry Community Hall on the Bray Road. A large turnout is expected to attend after the Winter Break. New members are as usual very welcome to join in. MIXED LUCK
There were good and bad results for Enniskerry YC soccer Club over the weekend. The Leinster League side won their Cup game on penalties scoring 8 against their opponents’ 7. The premier Wicklow League team were the losers to Rathnew on a score of 4 goals to nil. WALKERS
A new and very different rote at Rockbrook Massy's Wood in South County Dublin is the next date for those from Enniskerry and far afield on Saturday February 9th. The starting time and venue is still the same so meet outside of Windsors Spar opposite the Town Clock in the Village. POWERSCOURT/KILBRIDE
Services of Worship - Powerscourt: Tomorrow (Thursday): 9.45am - Holy Communion & prayer of the sick. Sunday: 8.30am - Holy Communion BCP (said); 11.30am - Holy Communion.
Services of Worship - Kilbride: Sunday: 10am - Holy Communion. HISTORY SOCIETY
The next meeting of the Enniskerry History Society takes place at 8.30am on Thursday February 14th in the Powerscourt Arms Hote, when Frank Tracey will present his lecture 'After the Ball Was Over: The last days of the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy' (Frank Tracey). All welcome to attend - admission €4.
Lectures after this one in the Enniskerry History Society's Spring 2013 Programme remain include the following : 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 F/.Lt. 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.
In the meantime members of the Enniskerry History Society have been invited to the Wednesday February 6th 8 p.m. meeting of the Rathmichael Historical Society in Rathmichael School, Stonebridge road (Dublin Road end), Shankill, at which Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill will speak on 'A Colony of Strangers - the founding and early history of Clifden, Co. Mayo'. 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.