One of the many victims of the Covid-19 pandemic was the sheer volume of indoor activities that went by the wayside.
But with life eventually back to a certain degree of normality, slowly but surely these various events are popping up again around the country.
And so it is in Vicarstown where the weekly progressive 25 card drive returns this evening after an almost three-year absence.
The weekly card game takes place in the old school building in the village.
It gets underway at 8pm where there will be a total of 16 games, with refreshments at the halfway stage.
There are prizes on a weekly basis for the overall winner as well as for second, third and the person with the best score in the last six games.
On top of that there is a progressive prize for the person with the most amount of games between now and Christmas.
Entry is €10 per night and gets underway at 8pm sharp. The event is a fundraiser for the local Annanough GAA club.
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