The Jethro Centre will be hosting its Community Fun Evening on Friday, August 15, from 6.00pn to 9.00pm.
Everyone is welcome to this free family event where there is sure to be something for all ages.
Bouncy castles, face painting, cage football, mini–train, free ice cream and nail painting all feature.
There will also be entertainment displays from the Conwell School of Dance, Lurgan Musical Society, Rotary Lurgan and much more.
Their on-site Cafe Rhema will also be open for refreshments so why not come for tea?
Also available on the evening will be information on all the activities currently running in Jethro, especially their expanded range of Cedars activities for seniors.
With over 40 activities from Monday to Saturday they are bound to have something to suit all ages and interests. Why not come along to find out more?
Jethro is open to everyone and if you haven’t visited us before you will be made especially welcome.
The Jethro Centre is managed by the Shankill Parish Caring Association (SPCA).
A spokesman said: “Our vision is of the people of Lurgan and surrounding areas, reconciled and living together as one community, experiencing peace, harmony and wellbeing”.
Shankill Parish Caring Association (SPCA) brings people together to promote and facilitate understanding, reconciliation and compassionate responses to social need in Lurgan and the surrounding areas.
Shankill Parish Caring Association offers Christian service to the whole community based on the principles of:
The Jethro Centre furthers the work of Shankill Parish Caring Association by acting as a centre for the community and reaching out into the community.