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Junior Songschool Dundalk 22nd-25th July

Don’t miss the chance to join us for an exciting four-day workshop in song-writing, recording and performing, presented in association with Songschool. Junior Songschool – guaranteed absolute musical fun for 8-12 year olds.

An ability to sing or play an instrument is not required!

The workshop takes place in O’Fiaich College, Dundalk from Tues 22 –Fri 25 July (10am-2pm. Cost €55. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to book your place. Space is limited so be sure to book early! Email: musicgeneration@lmetb.ie Tel: 042 9364635

COOLEY GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY – Events

COOLEY GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Theme : IRISH BIRDS AND A BIT OF IRISH FOLKLORE BREFFNI MARTIN WILL GIVE A TALK IN LONG’S PUB, GRANGE, COOLEY, ON FRIDAY, JULY 18TH, 2014 at 8.00 pm. God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages. It is not only fine feathers that make fine birds – Aesop. The talk will embrace myths, legends and traditions which centre on our feathered friends and more………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. COOLEY GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Theme : COOLEY’S PLACE IN WORLD GEOLOGY IT IS OUR HERITAGE IN STONE DR. SIOBHAN POWER WILL GIVE A TALK IN LONG’S PUB,
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Seisiun at Dundalk Gaol on Thursday at 8 p.m

TRADITIONAL IRISH culture will be served up at Dundalk Gaol on Thursday at 8 p.m. when the Oriel Centre launch their Summer Show, Seisiún 2014 – Siamsaiocht Ghaelach Náisinta agus Ceol na nGael. Seisiún is an annual staged theatric performance of authentic traditional Irish music, song, dance and storytelling which provides holidaymakers with a unique experience at various locations around Ireland during July and August.

For more information call 0429328887 or email info@orielcentre.ie.

Dance Kids celebrate ‘Anything Goes’ success

Some of the Dance Kids taking part in 'Anything Goes' (Small)

Some of the Dance Kids taking part in ‘Anything Goes’

The Music of the Beatles – Crowne Plaza – Fri. 27th June.

The New Originals Present:

The Music of the Beatles Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk – Friday 27th of June Doors 7.30Pm – Show 8:00 pm Tickets: €15

Car Boot Sale – 13th July – Rape Crisis North East

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Sun soaking on a beach near you . . .

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Good day at Blackrock Raft Race

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Blackrock Raft Race – click to enlarge

Raft Race in Blackrock – Sun 15th June

A record number of 20 rafts competed in the race last year, and at the time of writing that number was already exceeded with 28 registered to participate, the highest ever since the event was started by the Tidy Towns Committee.

The event has expanded into a day of entertainment and fun in the seaside village, with the raft race the centrepiece of the programme. This year due to the time of the tide and the number of entrants, the programme will start with the Raft Race at 1pm.

It will be necessary to run three heats with the level of entries as it
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The Dance Kids proudly present ‘Anything Goes’

An Tain Theatre is the place to be on Friday the 20th and Saturday the 21st of June when the Dance Kids unveil their latest show ‘Anything Goes’.

Never one’s to sit still, the Dance Kids have been rehearsing for ‘Anything Goes’ since January, and have promised that this years show will be a perfect night out for all the family, with performances to suit all ages.

The talented dancers aged from just four years of age are promising to stage a ‘show-stopping performance’ of the hit classic, ‘Mary Poppins’, as well as many favourites from ‘The Muppets’ and ‘Calamity Jane’.

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Action Quote

“He who cannot forgive others destroys the bridge over which he himself must pass.”

Your action for today is to think of someone who has hurt you and see if you can forgive them.
— 17th Century Poet, George Herbert