Monthly archives for March, 2016

Annual Poetry Writing Workshop

Patrick Kavanagh Resource Centre

April 2016 Annual Poetry Writing Workshop: This weekend poetry course is for anyone who has had the urge to write poetry. It’s about exploring the ideas and impulses that make you want to write, and about putting some of your ideas into practice. Suitable for beginners and also for those who have written or published some […]

Inniskeen Road July Evening Festival with a 1916 per...

Inniskeen Road July Evening Festival with a 1916 perspective. Saturday 9th – Sunday 10th July 2016 Padraig Pearse was in Inniskeen in 1915; three young men, Donnelly, Quinn and Ross were unjustly imprisoned; there was land agitation. There were rumours of conscription. Pearse, MacDonagh and Plunkett were published poets. Their poems will be remembered forever. […]

Patrick Kavanagh Country mentioned in ‘Irish B...

Patrick Kavanagh Country mentioned in ‘The Irish Bucket List: 30 things to do in Ireland before you die’ compiled by the Irish Independent. “You’ve heard of Yeats Country. You know Joyce’s Dublin. Seamus Heaney is soon to get his own visitor centre in Bellaghy. So why, oh why, is the gorgeously intimate landscape of Patrick […]

Internet and E-mail Computer Training course

Four week Internet and E-mail Computer Training course commences at the Centre on Wednesday 6th April from 10.30am – 12.30pm. As places are limited, early booking is advisable. Phone the Centre on 93 78560.

Opening Hours

logo1Due to refurbishment works at the Patrick Kavanagh Centre, the exhibition will be closed until further notice.

Tours can be arranged at anytime by prior appointment

For information and booking phone 042 937 8560 / 087 171 0592

Inniskeen Parish – Mass Times

Monday: 8pm
Tuesday: No Mass
Wednesday: 10am
Thursday: No Mass
Friday: 8pm
Saturday: 6pm
Sunday: 10am
Fr. Martin Treanor. P.P. - Tel. 042 9378105

Ireland’s Ancient East – The Story of Monaghan

Discover the hidde gems of County Monaghan on this two-day, self-guided tour, taking in ancient monastic sites, unspoilt landscapes, picturesque villages, museum treasures & much more.
The Story of Monaghan Itinerary - PDF