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Our guide to What’s On at the Weekend

This upcoming weekend in Laois is filled with events and will definitely shake off the last of that January slump!

FRIDAY 26 JANUARY

Portarlington Dinner Dance

Portlarlington GAA are holding their Dinner Dance in the Heritage Hotel, Killenard. The night will celebrate their championship winning Minor and U-21 teams.

Ballyfin Vintage club table quiz

Ballyfin Vintage and Veterans club are holding their annual table quiz in the Deadmans Inn, Ballyfin at 8.30pm.

Tommy Fleming concert in Portlaoise

Renowned musician Tommy Fleming is taking to the stage in the Midlands Park Hotel at 8pm.

Junior bookclub

Junior bookclub will meet in Portlaoise library at 3.30pm. To book call 057 8622333.

Mountmellick table quiz

A table quiz will be held in the Druid Inn in aid of the Mountmellick Drama Festival at 9pm.

Mountrath Ladies Football

Mountrath ladies football are holding their registration night in St Fintan’s GAA clubhouse.

SATURDAY 27 JANUARY

Portlaoise Panto 

The Portlaoise Panto are performing their closing night of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ in the Dunamaise Theatre.

Mountmellick Social Dance

The monthly social dance is in Owenass Hall from 9.30pm to 12.30pm. Music will be performed by Checkers.

Mountmellick Junior Chess club

The next meeting of Mountmellick Junior Chess club is in Mountmellick library at 10.30am. Available for ages 7-13 and a basic knowledge of chess is required.

Mountrath Youth Theatre

Mountrath Youth Theatre meet on Saturdays in the METAC training centre on the Portlaoise road at 11am. For more information call Lillian on 087 7733050.

SUNDAY 28 JANUARY

Camross GAA Auction

Camross GAA are holding their club auction at Derrynaseera GAA at 2pm.

Stradbally Social Services Christmas dinner

Stradbally Social Services are holding their Christmas Dinner Party today. The bus is leaving outside St Joseph’s Hall at 12.15pm to the Abbeyleix Manor Hotel.

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.