PAR 3 GOLF
Captain Andrew Melia won his fourth Competition of the year at last weekends Enniskerry Par 3 Golf outing. WALKERS
Enniskerry Walkers aredelighted with the turnout on Tuesday nighths. The group from far and near gather at Windsors Spar opposite The Town Clock at 7.00 pm AG CAINT
The weekly get together of people from the Enniskerry area continues to strive, the group spend time speaking, reading learning from 8.00pm in Powerscourt Arms Hotel every Thursday night. TIDY TOWNS
The nights getting longer means Enniskerry Tidy Towns people are out in force helping to keep Enniskerry neat and tidy, you can help by even keeping your own patch nice and tidy ,last week a lady was painting the railing around The Town Clock. DRAW
The weekly Lotto run by Enniskerry YC is on its Summer Recess until the end of August, the Club wishes to thank all who helped in any way. COMMUNITY GAMES
With only 3 weeks left before the Area Finals the training on Tueday nights in the Bog . Meadow from 6.00pm until 7.00pm. POWERSCOURT/KILBRIDE
This Sunday's Services of Worship in Powerscourt - Easter 3: 8.30am - Holy Communion 1 (said): 11.30am - Holy Communion.
Holy Communion & Prayer for Sick: Tomorrow (Thursday) at 9.45.am.
This Sunday's Services of Worship in Kilbride - Easter 3: 10am - Holy Communion. 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.
Parish News: Speaking of Church Grounds, this week we can say that due to the generous permission of the Malone family of Enniskerry Montessori school - to permit use of the gate from the Church Grounds, which opens onto their property - to parents exiting from Church Grounds having dropped off children - will provide a great opportunity to improve the School Traffic situation. As you know, we already happily share the use of the Church Grounds with the parents of children who attend our adjoining parish school by providing the Church Grounds as a safe dropping off and picking up area for the children - and a parking space for school staff. We hope that this new gate facility will help greatly to accommodate the safe movement of traffic.
Parish Financial Update: The Parish Finance Committee is pleased to report that, thanks to the great generosity of parishioners who have supported the parish through donations and fund raising events, the parish's finances are significantly improved since last year's report. A detailed letter and financial statement from the committee is available at the back of the church and you are encouraged to take one home with you.
Girls Night Out - in aid of Curtlestown N.S.: Friday, 9th May--Powerscourt Country House Hotel - Fundraising Event - Clothes Sale--Old and New--Shoes, bags and accessories. If you have any clothes or accessories you would like to donate please drop to the school or contact Catherine Nolan on 087- 2507145. HISTORY SOCIETY
The next event for members of the Enniskerry History Society is the May meeting of the Society at 8.30pm on Thursday May 8th in the Powercourt Country House Hotel, at which local historian James Scannell, Vice-Chairman and PRO of the Bray Cualann Historical Society, will present his lecture ' Enniskerry in 1914 ' in which he will recall some of the events happening in Enniskerry that year. All welcome - admission ?4.
Further information on the activities of the Enniskerry History Society are available from Enniskerry History Society President John Callan on 01-2867853.