What’s On in Lisburn

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Friday 12 Feb

Trinity Methodist Church, Ballymacoss Avenue, Knockmore Road, Lisburn, BT28 2GX: Dementia Information Programme at 11am. Financial assistance available and Citizen Advice Bureau.

Ballymac Hotel: Stoneyford Primary School reunion from 7.30pm with music and eats. All ex-Stoneyford PS pupils are welcome. Former pupils are asked to bring old photographs with them.

Lisburn Racquets Club: Home-Start Lisburn are hosting a Charity Quiz Night to raise much needed funds, starting at 7.30pm. Entry fee is £6, which includes quiz and table snacks. There will be a bar available, serving soft and alcoholic drinks. All proceeds will support local families through Home-Start. To purchase a ticket please contact Julie/Ruth on 028 92628585.

Saturday 13 Feb

The Hamilton Room, the Bridge Centre, Railway Street, Lisburn: Trash and Treasure Sale. Free entry, all welcome.

Derryvolgie Parish Church, Belsize Road (opposite the BP garage): Indoor tabletop sale from 9am. Come for early bird breakfast and bargains. Contact Helen on 028 92602993 to book a table. Tables £5.

Bridge Community Centre: Trash and Treasure Sale from 9.30-11 am in the Hamilton Room. Free entry, all welcome.]

Lisburn CWU Mission Hall, Market Street: Gospel Service at 7.30 pm. Speaker: Mr. David Wright (Dungannon) Soloist: Mrs. Hilary Wright. Bright Singng and Bible Ministry. Buffet Supper Provided – Time for Fellowship - Everyone made very welcome!

Sunday 14 Feb

Aghalee Free Presbyterian Church: Special testimony night at 6.30pm. Daphne Stevenson will be telling her life story. she survived the 1987 Enniskillen bombing.

Lisburn CWU Mission Hall, Market Street: After Church Service at 8.15 pm. Testimony Night: Mrs. Fiona Moore from Banbridge will be telling her story of how she found the Lord: “From the False Lights of London to the True Light of Christ”. You are Warmly Invited to attend this service.

Tuesday 16 Feb

Lowquarter Orange Hall, Ballinderry Road, Lisburn BT28 2QS. Tea Dance from 2pm to 4.30pm, dancing to Bernard Henry. Everyone welcome.

Lisburn CWU Mission Hall, Market Street: Tuesday morning Prayer Meeting at 11am to noon. Everyone Welcome. “Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” Phillippians 4:6

Friday 19 Feb

Trinity Methodist Church, Ballymacoss Avenue, Knockmore Road, Lisburn, BT28 2GX: Dementia Information Programme at 11am. Dementia Support and Fold Telecare.

Finaghy Library: Author visit from Mary Morrissy at 2pm. Mary is an award-winning author (The Hennessy Award, Lannan Foundation Award) of three novels, Mother of Pearl, The Pretender and The Rising of Bella Casey, and a collection of short stories, A Lazy Eye. A second collection of linked stories, Prosperity Drive, is forthcoming from Jonathan Cape. Mary trained as a journalist and has 30 years’ experience working with The Irish Press, The Irish Times and The Irish Examiner. Admission free. Booking essential.

Ballydonaghy Orange Hall: Country concert at 7.45pm. Kenny Archer and friends will be playing. Entrance £10.

Lisburn Orange Hall Railway Street: Country and Western Evening featuring Boxcar Brian and Country Harmony. Doors open at 7:30pm. Refreshments available. Admission £8. All welcome

Tuesday 23 Feb

Lowquarter Orange Hall, Ballinderry Road, Lisburn BT28 2QS. Tea Dance from 2pm to 4.30pm, dancing to Housty. Everyone welcome.

Wednesday 24 Feb

Ballinderry War Memorial Hall: Hall Committee AGM - 7.30pm. All welcome.

thursday 25 Feb

Crumlin Leisure Centre: Killultagh Historical Society will meet at 8pm. This month’s topic is ‘a day in the life of an industrial archeologist’. The speaker will be Fred Hammond.

Friday 26 Feb

Trinity Methodist Church, Ballymacoss Avenue, Knockmore Road, Lisburn, BT28 2GX: Dementia Information Programme at 11am. Support for family and Carers Development Officer.

Annahilt Presbyterian Church: An Ulster-Scots Evening with a Robbie Burns flavour (Song, Verse & a Ceilidh) will be held at 7.30pm. Admission is £7.50 (children 5-12 yrs £2.50) A light supper will be served. Tartan appreciated.

Lagan Valley Hospital: The Guild of ex-patients and Friends AGM will be held at 11am in the board room.

Tuesday 1 March

Lowquarter Orange Hall, Ballinderry Road, Lisburn BT28 2QS. Tea Dance from 2pm to 4.30pm, dancing to Sammy Miskelly. Everyone welcome.

Saturday 5 March

Hillsborough Village Centre: Lagan Valley Amateur Radio Society - GiG4GTYRally. Beginning at 11am, entrance £3. Everyone will be most welcome to attend. Lots of radio equipments, new and second hand, will be available. Many other pieces of gear will be on show, antennas and bring and buy. Tea, coffee, soft drinks and sandwiches available.

Fourscore Orange Hall, Garlandstown Road Glenavy: Comedy play ‘Anyone Could Rob a Bank’ by Thomas Coffey at 8pm. Pay at the door or contact James on 07866266294 for tickets.

Wednesday 16 March

Crumlin Integrated College: Crumlin Flower Club are holding a floral demonstration entitled ‘Artistic Expression’ by Alan Beatty at 7.30pm. Proceeds in aid of Cancer Focus Northern Ireland. Tickets £8.