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Cork - Event Notice
Saturday June 18 2016
03:30 PM

Gobby beach party this weekend, and lots more fundraising

category cork | environment | event notice author Friday June 17, 2016 14:33author by CHASE - Cork Harbour Alliance for a Safe Environment Report this post to the editors

THIS WEEKEND landlubbers and seafarers are invited to make the most of the promised sun on Saturday, 18 June and get together on Gobby Beach for the LOVE CORK HARBOUR – SHOUT OUT PARTY, on Ringaskiddy’s last remaining public beach, Gobby Beach, gathering at 3.30pm with high tide at 5pm.
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COST: Just come. All Welcome. Donations welcome. Come by land or sea, bring a boat, a flag , a curragh, a friend, it’s our big beautiful natural harbour and our future generations health at stake .

Contact: See facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/993363354081154/

>> THE NEXT WEEKEND – 25 June, Sat, 7.3opm – 1am : MIDSUMMER PARTY, Royal Cork Yacht Club, Crosshaven. Supper and 80s disco!! Come bring some friends and enjoy a fun night on our beautiful Cork Harbour. Drinks reception at 7.30 while stocks last.

COST: €25 per person, €225 per table of 10 (limited tables available).

Details: Buy online or in Barry Collins Supervalu Carrigaline, Centra Crosshaven, Royal Cork Yacht Club Bar, The Ensign Bar Monkstown. More details: See Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/248061465566428/

>>THE WEEKEND AFTER! July 2: Bring on the Balance – TAI CHI Workshop. Thank you to Yoga Zone and Mary Cronin who will lead a Tai Chi workshop on Saturday July 2 at 10am – 1pm in Yoga Zone, Heronswood, Carrigaline, with proceeds going to CHASE.

COST: €30

Details: See Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/events/469205749956318/
Pre booking essential. Book on www.yogazone.ie. Questions: Mary 087-6499009.

Related Link: http://chasecorkharbour.com/1210-2/
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