Sound Bath – Next Meeting

The next Sound Bath session will be on Tuesday 28th May at 11.30am for approximately 1 hour.

A small donation of £2 is requested for the hall amenities. For enquiries please contact Teresa Connor sec@eau3a.org.uk

Cancer for Children – Volunteer Opportunity

Cancer for Children – Volunteer Opportunity within the Finance Department

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Next Meeting of Walking Group – Monday 20th May in Joymount.

There will be a meeting of the walking group on Monday 20th May in Joymount, after the monthly meeting, to plan the walks up to December.

Family History Group Meeting on Monday 20th May 2019

Our next meeting of our family history group will be held in Nelson Street next Monday 20th May at 11-30am.

I am sorry for the much later date but I was not available for the first Monday and Nelson Street could not accommodate us on the second Monday.

Also our meeting will only be for 1 hour as it is the same day as the U3A monthly meeting in Joymount at 2-00pm.

Please bring along your query’s so that we can try and sort them out, and keep you going on with your research.

If anyone would like to visit P R O N I to try and get some answers let me know and then we could arrange a date to go there.

 

SPECIAL EVENT IN P R O N I

Celebrate International Archives Day with PRONI

MONDAY 10TH JUNE 11.00AM & 2.00PM

Join a behind the scenes guided tour to meet archival staff who support researchers or undertake cutting edge preservation work.

Go to PRONI website to book a place  www.nidirect.gov.uk/proni

David Nicholl

Convenor  14th May 2019

 

Gardening report – 13th May 2019

 The May meeting of the gardening group which was hosted by Maureen Koelmeyer had an an almost full turn out of members.We were made welcome with the usual tea coffee and treats.

 Thanks were given to Brenda for her fund raising effort with marmalade. Heather had brought jars of apple and clove jelly some of which will be available for sale at the open garden days.

Members had brought a large variety of plants which had been started off at our seed planting meeting last March. If all goes well and we manage to keep snails and other greedy garden pests at bay there will be some beautiful borders in gardens in and around East Antrim.

The members discussed the arrangements for the two open  afternoons on May the 25 and 26 th at Margaret Franklin’s garden   Details of this are on display in Nelson  Street.
 June the 10th is our annual outing to a garden of interest and this year we have chosen Glenarm Castle as our venue. Hopefully we will  enjoy coffee and scones before passing on through to the gardens. Although the tulips will be over there is sure to be a great display in the herbaceous border.           

Arrangements were also made for our annual group picnic in Margarets garden on July 8th. Fingers crossed the weather is kind to us on all these days.
Thanks as usual to all members for their willingness to give lifts ,provide food and give unstinting help so that all upcoming events run smoothly. 

                                                                                            Liz Mackinson

 

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