Energia Get Ireland Growing will support food growing in community groups across the island of Ireland with a fund of €70,000! The fund will be split across three categories – Sow, Grow and Harvest with awards ranging from €500 to €2,000. Together GIY and Energia will award the grants to at least 85 community food growing groups up and down the country. We are so looking forward boosting community food growing in such a meaningful way.
Rinka classes are a great way to get children moving and encouraging their overall development through the medium of play! It’s also a great opportunity to make new friends and build their confidence in a safe and fun environment.
Bounce is the multi-activity class which include relays, ball skills, movement to music and much more! It’s all about having fun and an opportunity to burn off some energy! Dramafit classes focus on getting children moving through the medium of drama. Dramafit teaches children about the importance of fitness and healthy lifestyle choices, whilst also encouraging good communication skills and confidence.
Dramafit classes are held at Áras Uilinn starting Thursday 19th Jan from 2:45-3:30 for children aged 3-6yrs
Bounce classes are also held at Áras Uilinn starting Thursday 19th from 3:45- 4:30 for children aged 7-12 yrs.
Traditional Music Concert – An Taibhdhearc, Gaillimh.
Eanáir 20ú, 21ú & 22ú
Ticéadí ar fáil ón http://www.antaibhdhearc.com
Moycullen Active Retirement is pleased to announce that our request for a Mobile Library ‘stop’ in Moycullen has been granted. Our thanks to Councillor Noel Thomas for his help with this project.
The fortnightly service will commence next Wednesday 11th January, 10.30 to 11.30am, at An Fuarán. All age groups are asked to support this new service.