Feenagh and Kilmeedy Fine Gael Branches are holding their Annual General meetings at Aras Íde Kilmeedy on Thursday, March 28 at 8 pm. Sitting TD and councillors will attend, all welcome.


Rosary at Kilmeedy church on Friday, March 22 at 7 pm.


Saturday, March 23 at Kilmeedy church at 7.30 pm – Paddy and Bridie Sheehan, RIP.

Reader – Kit Kelly, Eucharistic minister – Deborah Prout, Altar servers – Carmela Butler, Muireann O Connor.

Sunday, March 24 at Feenagh church at 10 am – John and Ellen Shortt, Mary Barry, Mary Brosnan, Robert Burns ,RIP.

Reader – Rosario Irwin, Eucharistic minister – Cathy Farrissey, Altar servers – Kate and Aoibhe O Sullivan.


Active age meeting at Aras Ide Kilmeedy on Tuesday March 26 at 7 pm.


Choir Practice at Feenagh church on Saturday March 23 at 6 pm.


Sympathy is extended to John Cregan, his wife Patricia and family on the death of their daughter Mary Cregan , Meelin, RIP.


The first New Year Rambling house was held at Aras Ide, Kilmeedy on Friday March 15. The January and February sessions were postponed owing to bereavements. The M.C  Sean O Gorman welcomed the participants and supporters. The following performed – Eamonn Cronin, Jim and Kathleen Casey, Dan Madigan, Mary Gleeson, Nora Kennedy, Stephen Moloney, Gerry McGrath, Corie Lynch, Tom O Brien, Pat Normoyle, Josie Ahern, Peg Kelly, John Sexton, David Hunt, Teresa Looney ,Siobhan Kennedy, Sean and John O Gorman. An Entertaining night was had by all, Thanks to the staff for providing teas and a large variety of foods at the Interval. The next Rambling house will be Friday April 19 at 8.30 pm.

Thomond Archaeological and Historical Society.

The next lecture to the Thomond Archaeological and Historical Society is ‘Museums as Community Resources’, and will be given by Mr Tony Candon, who is a Kilkenny man and Keeper of Irish Folklife in the National Museum of Ireland. He is also Manager of NMI’s Museum of Country Life-Ireland’s National Folk Museum in Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. Tony has spent his working life studying, thinking about and interpreting Ireland’s heritage across a number of disciplines.  Aspiring to be a historian of medieval Ireland, economic necessity (and interest) forced him into work as an archaeologist in Cos. Cork and Tipperary.  From there he moved to Co. Tyrone where he built and ran The Ulster History Park, an open-air archaeological theme park near Omagh.  Later, he became the Curator of the four museums of Derry’s Heritage and Museum Service.  Tony joined the National Museum of Ireland in March 2007 and there he still is…
The venue for this lecture is Room T.1.17 Tara Building, Mary Immaculate College, South Circular Road, Limerick at 8.00pm on Monday 25 March 2019.