Another great Table Quiz will take place in Powerscourt Arms Hotel on 17th April at 8 pm. Tables are filling up so get in touch with Niall at 087-8162978. In the meantime get working on knowledge of the topic of the night “Know your Enniskerry”. GAA CLUB NEWS
Enniskerry are at home to Barndarrig on Saturday night, 5pm throw in. The game was called off last weekend as a mark of respect to the Late Muriel Williams mother of Craig Williams one members of the Junior team. SOCCER
A great crowd turned out for the Quiz on Friday last , The first team lost on a score of 2 goals to one, the Under 17 team won 7-3. IRISH NIGHTS
The numbers attending the ‘Irish Nights’ in Powerscourt Arms Hotel increases by the week (Thursday night8pm) the format of chatting is giving everyone a chance to learn or revise their native tongue. WALK
Enniskerry Walkers are on the go again - next week they will be in the Glen of the Downs meet at Windsors Spar opposite the Town Clock at 7.00pm. PAR 3 ACTION
Andrew Melia had his second win of the Enniskerry Par 3 Golf Club last weekend, Tommy Hogan had a hole in one, Stephen Barry wants more members taking part. POWERSCOURT/KILBRIDE
This Sunday's Services of Worship in Powerscourt - Palm Sunday: 8.30am - Holy Communion 1 (said): 10am - Confirmation Preparation in the SHED; 11.30am - Liturgy of the Palms & Reading of the Passion..
Holy Communion & Prayer for Sick: Tomorrow (Thursday) at 9.45.am.
This Sunday's Services of Worship in Kilbride - Palm Sunday: 10am - Liturgy and Reading of the Passion.
Mothers' Union: The Annual Sale takes on Saturday from 11.30am to 2pm in the Parish Hall. This is the only MU s only fundraiser so please come along and support his event/Lots of great stalls and a cup of tea/coffee.
Holy Week Timetable: Wednesday April 16th : 8pm - Holy Week Service of Wholeness & Healing - Kilbride. Thursday April 17th : 9.45am - Holy Communion and Prayer for the Sick - Powerscourt; 11.30am - Chrism Eucharist in the Cathedral; 7pm - Maundy Thursday Holy Communion - Powerscourt; 8pm - Ecumenical Seder Meal in the School Hall. Saturday April 19th - 10am Decoration of the Churches for Easter. Easter Day: 6.12am - 'Sonrise' Service begins in Old Church, Powerscourt followed by breakfast in the School Hall; 8.30am - Holy Communion in Powerscourt; 10am - Festival Eucharist in Kilbride and 11.30am - Festival Eucharist in Powerscourt. ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Mass Times Enniskerry: Weekday Mass at 10.15 am, Monday. to Saturday: Prayer Service--Wednesday; Saturday: Vigil Mass: 7 pm ; Sunday 9am and 11am. Holy Days - 10.15am. Glencree - 9am First Sunday of the month. Curtlestown - Sunday 10am. Kilmacanogue - Saturday - Vigil 6.00 pm and Sunday 11.15am, Friday 9.30am.
Baptisms in Our Parish: 2nd Sunday of the month in St. Mary's at 12 Noon; 3rd Saturday of the month in St. Patrick's at 12 Noon; 4th Sunday of the month in St. Mochonog's at 12.15pm.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Fridays --Time of reflection after 10.15am Mass in St. Mary's Parish Church, concluding with Benediction. HISTORY SOCIETY
Tomorrow night (Thursday) the April meeting of the Enniskerry History Society, which meets under the guidance of its President John Callan takes place in the Powerscourt Arms Hotel at 8.30pm for which Rob Goodbody will be the guest speaker to present his lecture on ‘Ballyman Northern Parts of the Powerscourt Estate.' All welcome to attend - admission €3.
Members of the Society have been invited to a special 11.30am Wednesday April 16th lecture in Bray Library at which James Scannell, Vice-Chairman & PRO of the Bray Cualann Historical Society will present his lecture ' Easter in Bray 100 Years (1914) '. All welcome to attend - free.
In May James will be the guest speaker for the monthly meeting of the Enniskerry History Society at which he will present his lecture ‘Enniskerry in 1914 '. Further information on the activities of the Enniskerry History Society and its Spring 2014 programme are available from Enniskerry History Society President John Callan on 01-2867853. All welcome - admission free.
Members of the Society have also been invited to attend Friday and Saturdays ' Clontarf 1014 - 2014 ' National conference to mark the millennium of the Battle of Clontarf, in the Edmund Burke Lecture Theatre in the Arts Building, Trinity College, Dublin. Further information from www.tcd.ie/history/clontarf; email firstname.lastname@example.org. For registration contact - clontarfconference.eventbrite.ie.