Fun and ‘Mayhem at the Milk Market’

first_imgWhatsApp “Mayhem at the Milk Market” is for families… and it’s all for FREE.  In addition to the special Sunday market with eats and treats, there will be two wizard shows, jugglers, a balloon contortionist, a unicyclist, a puppet show, some crazy characters and Leon Anderson, one of Ireland’s greatest magicians. The Flawless Dance Team (as seen on the Late Late Toy Show) will perform and showcase their superb talent and there will be all-day fun, games and music with a great DJ. There will also be competitions, including a kids colouring competition with the chance to win a family Holiday in Kerry. The entertainment is being co-ordinated by Fun Ireland, one of Ireland’s top event management companies.The shops and stalls will be offering all-day family ‘munch and lunch’ deal options to suit all tastes ranging from grill-bar beef lunches and savoury crêpes to Thai vegetarian dishes and delicious desserts. There will be extra seating so that families can enjoy their food and watch the fun unfold. The market will be open from 11am to 4pm, with entertainment from 11.30am to 3.30pm and with the greatest “mayhem” happening between 12.30 and 3.30pm. The website at www.MilkMarketLimerick.ie has all the details.David O’Brien adds “the Mayhem event also provides an opportunity for anyone considering a special event to see the venue in use in a different way. We are very excited about the potential of the market as a venue and believe it can become the epicentre of some great ‘happenings’ in Limerick City. During the next few weeks we will be publishing a guide to the Milk Market as a venue. In the meantime, if anyone is interested in organising or sponsoring an event at the market we would love to hear from them”. Twitter Linkedin Print Previous articleFord’s top crash test ratings across the worldNext articleMuiris Gavin takes over at Dermot G O’Donovan, Solicitors admin A new FREE event for familiesThe Milk Market Limerick is set to stage a series of fun and exciting events, beginning with “Mayhem at the Milk Market” —  a brilliant free family day out on Sunday, March 20, from 11am to 4pm. According to David O’Brien, market manager, “We all know the Milk Market is rightly famous for its Saturday market.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up However, since the market’s redevelopment as an all-weather facility, it has been the ambition of the Limerick Market Trustees to stage both exciting multi-day markets and special events… sometimes combining both. The fun “Mayhem at the Milk Market” event on Sunday, March 20, will be a superb FREE event for families, and a perfect example of a great market and an exciting event coming together. It will be the first in a series of ‘Mayhem’ and other events we are working to create for the market and for the city”. NewsLocal NewsFun and ‘Mayhem at the Milk Market’By admin – March 7, 2011 610 Email Advertisement Facebooklast_img read more

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Buncrana Town Council in the market for new office space

first_img Pinterest Google+ By News Highland – June 10, 2011 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Buncrana Town Council is to seek expressions of interest from landowners who may be able to provide alternative office accommodation.Town Engineer Donal Walker told this week’s meeting of the council that at the very least, vital roof repairs at the existing building will necessitate moving out for three to four months.A number of members commented that the existing building is no longer for for purpose, and gave the engineer the go ahead to go to the marker and see what’s available.Donal Walker says there are a number of possible avenues open to the council, and the priority is to identity and price those options:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/dwalk830.mp3[/podcast] Buncrana Town Council in the market for new office space Previous articleNorth West issues on North-South council agendaNext articleDeputy Joe McHugh receives lucrative appointment News Highland Google+center_img Newsx Adverts Facebook Twitter Twitter Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota last_img read more

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Local realtors look forward to a phase two bump

first_img(WBNG) — With real estate agencies set to reopen when the Southern Tier moves into the second phase of the New York Forward plan, local brokers say they are ready to get back to business, and they hope potential buyers and sellers are, too. “Limited in person showings would allow one agent and up to two people who are the potential deed holders, they would have to be the buyers, to be able to walk through houses for sale,” he said. “That’s what we need as an industry right now.” “A lot of people have said to me ‘does it make sense to list my house right now?’ and I say yes it does because there are so many people trying to get in them.” Farrell says this isn’t necessarily bad news for the buyer. “The busiest time of year in the real estate industry is in the spring. People have planned to list their home, people have planned to buy their home, so there’s a lot of pent up demand,” he said. Farrell says he predicts reopening will come with new restrictions such as PPE requirements and limits on the number of people allowed to see a house, but the opportunity to move away from virtual showings will be a huge step forward. “We’re going to hit the ground running, safely securely but professionally so you’re going to see a real estate market like you’ve never seen as far as the quantity of buyers and sellers out there,” he said. Burns says he expects this to result in what experts call a seller’s market. center_img John Burns of Keller Williams Realty of Greater Binghamton says both brokers and sellers have good reason to be hopeful as the Southern Tier approaches phase two of reopening. Farrell says one thing he is certain about is that getting back to business will be good news for the industry. “I don’t expect prices to increase exponentially, I don’t think we’re going to see a huge real estate boom because we’re a very typical flat market and we like it that way,” he said. Both brokers tell 12 News that once they are given the green light to offer more in person showings, PPE and frequent sanitizing will be a top priority and larger scale events like open houses will remain off the table for now. Robert Farrell of EXIT Realty Homeward Bound says the COVID-19 crisis has brought the industry to a near stand still. “There is a scenario where our sellers are comfortable with buyers walking through unaccompanied,” he said “They’ve allowed some of that to happen but we need to be careful that we’re not taking more liberty than we are allowed.”last_img read more

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With primary wins Trump becomes presumptive Republican nominee

first_img“Our party is united, our grassroots movement is fired up, and we are ready for FOUR MORE YEARS!” McDaniel said.Former vice president Joe Biden won the Democratic primaries in Florida and Illinois on Tuesday over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, according to network projections, moving him a step closer to the party nomination and a slot on the ballot against Trump in November.Topics : US President Donald Trump won the Florida and Illinois Republican primaries on Tuesday, making him the party’s presumptive nominee in the November presidential election.”Congratulations to Donald J. Trump on officially becoming the presumptive Republican nominee for President!” Republican Party chairwoman Ronna McDaniel tweeted.The 73-year-old White House incumbent did not face any meaningful competition for the Republican nomination and the Florida and Illinois results were a foregone conclusion.last_img read more

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