Monday, June 27, 2011


Pictured above, Michael " The Sheriff " Sheils, reading his poem ( Flow Forever ) 


Anton McCabe performing his first official function as Navan's Lord Mayor when he opened an exhibition by the Meath Arts Group in Navan Library 23 June with Jim O'Brien Master of Ceremonies keeping a watchful eye. The exhibition is being held until 1st July 2011.

Thursday, June 23, 2011


Meath Arts Group, are holding their Exhibition in Navan Library, from 21st June until Friday 1st July in conjunction with the Solstice Festival. The exhibition will be officially opened by Navan's new Lord Mayor CLLR Anton McCabe, Labour Party on Thursday 23rd June at 7pm in the library. 
Events will be happening in a number of venues and locations throughout the town until 26th June celebrating the Summer Solstice the venues include: Solstice Art Centre, Railway St, the Happy Bear Cafe, Watergate St, Beggy's Bar, Bridge St, Earls Kitchen, Old Cornmarket, and Tara Na Ri at Garlow Cross.Throughout the Festival week, a numberof local groups including Meath Arts Group, Navan Rehab Care, Tain Daycare, Kells and Dunshaughlin Mental Healthcentres, Bri Meath and Louth, Youthreach Progression, and Navan Active Retirement Group present an art trail in the town.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Paul " Pipe " Sheils playing the Jaw Harp.

Friday, June 3, 2011


Michael " The Sheriff " Sheils reading his poem ( SHAME ) at a meeting of the Small Impact Writers' in Navan Library 1st May 2011.