For the duration of this time when it is not possible to meet in person we will be having a Virtual Coffee Morning the first EVERY Monday of every month at 11am through the ‘Zoom Cloud Meetings’ App.
Try something new? Each week we are bringing you the option to try something different and see if it’s for you.
Join Blaithin, your wellbeing warrior and charity founder for a free online Chair Yoga session this Friday!
On Tuesday 10th December we will be holding our AGM and drawing winners for the Monster Christmas Raffle.
With Your Wellbeing Warrior and North West Adventure Tours
as part of Adventure Sligo Wild Atlantic Escapes Weekend.
This early morning class will incorporate tension releasing postures, unblocking trapped energy, physically and emotionally…
Sligo’s 5th soapbox derby will be held on Saturday 4th May 2019 on Lower Pearse Road, Sligo at 1pm. Entry is €45 for senior teams & €25 for junior teams (U-16)
Calm in the Chaos Wellness evening is an event based around life enhancing activities and services available in the Sligo community.
Students 4 Havin’ a Laugh have organsied this event and it will offer three sessions to choose from, including 30-45 minute interval tasters of Zumba with Barbara Aluk, Yoga with Nikky Millar, Tai Chi with Shane McMunn, and Workshops from Anne-Marie Southcombe and Alan Williams.
All profits made from the event will go directly to Havin’A’Laugh Charity.
Find more info on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Students4HavinLaugh/
Get your tickets on Eventbrite.
On Sunday 16th September Havin’ a Laugh ran 3 Eco-Adventure events. Journeying to hard to reach stretches of coastline to pick up litter…
Our Coffee Morning, Harvest & Garden Produce Sale held in Pearse’s Barn, Calry was an outstanding success generating over €1700 in donations.
The coffee morning, held on Sunday, 30th September last, was organised and hosted by Kathy Pearse and Jill Womack. They wanted to show support for Havin’ A Laugh as well as informing more people about the charity by running this event.
You can find out more about the service we offer here.
Pearse’s Barn was built by Kathy’s late husband, he used authentic New England pine, and as you can see from the photo it’s an excellent piece of craftsmanship.
In fact, one person traveled all the way from Manorhamilton to the coffee morning in Calry to have a look at the barn, and no doubt they left suitably impressed.
There was plenty of delicious fare on offer during the coffee morning, and in addition to yummy cakes and coffee, there were also healthy vegetable baskets and fruit compotes fresh from the farm to be had.
Many thanks to everyone who donated items to the event and who and came out in big numbers to support it, with some stopping by to socialise after morning mass.
Eilis Needham gave generously of her time and entertained the crowd by giving a great performance on the harp.
Finally, we would like to also take this opportunity to thank the regular attendees and donators that come to our awareness and fundraising events.