Frankie Kennedy Xmas School anyone?

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Frankie Kennedy Xmas School anyone?

Postby Errigal Hostel » Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:16 pm

Hello Forum,

Any of ye are interested in the Frankie Kennedy Xmas school? Errigal Hostel is
pleased to announce we will be holding some of the day music classes at the hostel.
As of yet I’m not sure which classes, but will know soon and will post here as
soon as I do. There is still accommodation available at the hostel for the event, so
if you are interested in staying – please contact me here for availability:
email address moderated out to prevent it being collected by spam harvesters - please use PM

Kindest Regards,

Karl
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Postby Roibeard Óg » Sat Nov 22, 2008 10:33 pm

I'll see you there! Is Daithí Sproule's new workshop being hosted at the hostel??

Also, I keep meaning to ask! Do you still have the white husky? I remember always seeing it sitting when I walked in Dunlewey! :D
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Postby Errigal Hostel » Sun Nov 23, 2008 7:16 am

HI Roibeard,

As of yet the classes haven't been announced - I will know a little closer to Xmas what is on, will post here when I do.

Yes, I do still have the white dog. He is getting on wee bit now, but still can't get enough of hiking around the hills of Dunlewey (like his owner I suppose!)

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Postby Roibeard Óg » Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:05 pm

That is so nice to hear! I'm sure he has years left in him! I used to spend an awful lot of time walking in Donegal, and in Dunlewey I could always expect to see the white dog - really added to the mood of the area!!
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