Car Boot Sale
The next Car Boot Sale at the Brockagh Centre takes place on Sunday 2 August from 10am until 4pm. Great bargains, home baking and many items new or nearly new. Indoor spaces must be booked and paid in advance. Vans must be booked in. Call (0404) 45600.
For the rest of the Summer due to holidays etc Boot Camp on Monday nights at the Brockagh Centre will take place on a week by week basis. Please let Paul know on a Monday morning if you are coming along – you can contact him on facebook or text him on 087 2484570. Boot Camp takes place at 8.15pm and is suitable for all levels.
YogaTree Yoga with Viva will continue on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. until 8.30 p.m. during the month of August. This class is suitable for all ages and abilities. Yoga can restore vital energy and leave one feeling calm, yet at the same time strong. One can take up Yoga at any age. Anyone from cool teenagers to active seniors benefit. Yoga is non-competitive — all that is necessary is to work wholeheartedly to the best of one’s ability. To find out more call (0404) 40000 or check out yogatree.ie.
Dancercise will continue weekly during August. A great mix of ages and abilities – a really fun hour. The music and movements are infectious. Dancercise takes place on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Brockagh Centre.
The Wicklow Man is back at the Brockagh Centre on Tuesday nights so come along and enjoy the fun.
The Wicklow Proms present The Maria Callas Songbook in Calary Church, Co. Wicklow on Friday July 31 at 8 p.m. (off R755 Kilmacanogue / Roundwood). Mairead Buicke soprano, Anthony Byrne piano and rare film of Callas in performance. Tickets 25/20 euro. To book please email [email protected], [email protected] or telephone (01) 2818146 or (01) 2818228.
Glendalough Festival 2015
Glendalough Arts Network is well advanced with preparations for their Glendalough Festival 2015. This will be held on Sat Aug 29th 2015 on the green at back of the Glendalough Hotel – same as last year. As well as an even bigger selection of Arts and Crafts stalls we hope once again to have our huge Community Drum, Music with Traditional Arts Collective and guests both local and visiting, also the ever popular Healing and Wellbeing Center with Massage, Yoga, Reiki and Meditation. There will also be a short Guided Walk in the Monastic City and hopefully a talk on recent Archeology work in the area. A few new faces are expected with new displays of unusual or scary art ! The children’s area will bring back the dream-catcher, face-painting and children’s craft-making which is always a big hit. Food and refreshments available to help you make a day of it, and a picnic of it! We will be writing with more details as we get them – and we will be looking for help and volunteers with tents and organising in the week before and on the day of Glendalough Festival 2015. Look forward to getting you to help and seeing you there on the day. Glendalough Arts Network.
Nature Explorers is a new outdoor programme in the National Park which aims to teach children (aged 5 to 11 years) to identify and appreciate the natural world. Meet at the large National Park sign in the corner of the Upper Lake car park on Thursdays during August, starting at 2 p.m. Most activities will take place off track, so please dress accordingly. Adults and children are welcome. Note that an adult must stay with the children, and be prepared to help! No dogs are allowed. Booking is essential and will be taken from 9 am one week prior to each session on 0404-45656 (Monday to Friday). All above events are free to attend but the Upper Lake car park (Wicklow Co. Co.) has a 4 euro charge.
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.