Laragh Glendalough notes February 2

Laragh Glendalough

Honk, The Ugly Duckling Musical

Very well done to Roundwood Variety Group from the Brockagh Centre on their fantastic production of HONK The Ugly Duckling which took place in the Brockagh Centre last weekend.  It was a credit to all involved.  Great acting, music, singing and dancing.  So much talent from young and old and the level of commitment from everybody was amazing.   We are looking forward to next year already.

Car Boot Sale

Our next Car Boot Sale at the Brockagh Centre takes place on Sunday 8 February – indoor spaces must be pre-booked and prepaid.  Vans must be booked in.  All subsequent car boot sales after 8 February will return to their normal slot of the first Sunday of the month.  Call (0404) 45600

Scoil Chaoimhin Naofa, Glendalough Enrolment 2015 and beyond

The enrolment process for September 2015 is underway. If you would like to enrol your child for September 2015, please contact the office immediately on 0404 -45460. We are also looking ahead and planning for future enrolments up to 2018. If you have not previously called us to include your child on the admission lists for 2016, 2017 or 2018, please contact the office on 0404-45460.  

 

Laragh Glendalough Operation Transformation

Come along and join us for Laragh Glendalough Operation Transformation at the Brockagh Centre on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. for  weigh-in (optional), short walk and talk.  Also Thursday night meet for a walk with Sarah.  Wear suitable clothing, reflective jacket and torch  Call the Brockagh Centre on (0404) 45600.

Dancercise

Dancercise with Adam will be back in the Brockagh Centre this Wednesday night at 7 p.m.  It is proving a very popular way to get active.

The Fireside Sessions

The famous Glendalough Arts Network Fireside Sessions are back for 2015. The first session will be in the lobby of Lynhams Hotel on Friday 20 February from 7.30 pm (be there 7-ish). This session, presented by local musician Jonny Tennant of Traditional Arts Collective, promises a great night of traditional music together with a scattering of poems, stories and memories. It’s a free event, so you might like to support the raffle.

Citizens Information -Change of Opening Hours

The Citizens Information Centre (CIC) at the Brockagh Resource Centre has changed its opening hours. From Tuesday 3 February it will only be open for information relating to your rights and entitlements from 10 am until noon on the first Tuesday of each month. No appointment is necessary for this free and confidential service.

AA Meetings

Closed AA Meetings are held in the Brockagh Resource Centre at 8.30 p.m. every Monday night.  If you think that you may have a problem with alcohol please come along.

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