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Greystones notes week September 28th

Please forward notices to Kathleen Kelleher,  2875327/087 2845465,

kk@KathleenKelleher.com.

Please feel free to forward Calendar to family and friends or add to your Facebook page.

Keep up to date with what is going on !!

Lots more Greystones information available from:

Paul Byrne at:  www.GreystonesGuide.ie who has stories this week.

Also from www.Greystones.ie

Wicklow Dementia Support|Volunteers for AlzPals

AlzPals in a befriending service which supports people with dementia living at home.

If you have a couple of hours a week to spare and live in Co. Wicklow,  please help !!

Full free training,  online,  provided with Garda vetting,  reference checks.

Support and ongoing mentoring.

Details from Wicklow Dementia Support,  089 4286928.

info@wicklowdementiasupport.org;  www.wicklowdementiasupport.org.

Whale Theatre|The Visual Story of Ireland with Rosemarie Devereux

Art Appreciation Course.

Wednesday,  7 October 2020,  for six Wednesday evenings.

Rosemarie will also be offering The Story of Europe.

Art Appreciation Course.

Thursday,  29 October 2020,  for six Thursday mornings.

Details and bookings below.

An Garda Siochána|6 Tips to Beat Dog Thieves

29 October 2020

Greystones Municipal District Monthly Meeting

Kilian House Family Centre;  2:00 p.m.

On the Agenda:

  • Confirm Minutes of Annual meeting held on 30 June 2020.
  • Confirm Minutes of Monthly meeting held on 30 June 2020.
  • Confirm Minutes of Special meeting held on 15 September 2020.
  • Receive presentation on Public Realm Plan for Greystones 2020.
  • Receive update on Greystones Harbour Marina.
  • Receive report from Greystones Municipal District Engineer.
  • Discuss arrangements for 2020 Christmas Lights and 2021 St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
  • Receive update on Delgany to Blacklion cycle path and road.
  • Receive update on provision of EV charging points in GMD.
  • Amend GMD Standing Orders regarding time and venue of meetings to 31 March 2021.
  • Receive progress report on Three Trout Greenway to Delgany.
  • Motion regarding speed of cars and sightlines on Delgany Wood Avenue.

1 October 2020

Whale Theatre|An Evening with Jean Farrell:  Author of the Three Marys

This event is SOLD OUT !!

Please join the waiting list below.

https://whaletheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873613104/events/128257884

Booking and details of all future Whale Theatre events from www.WhaleTheatre.ie.

You can also be a friend on Facebook and receive up to date event information.

2 October 2020

Whale Theatre|Poems in the Stones

8:00 p.m.  Doors,  7:30 p.m.

Tickets €18.

Local poets,  Frances Browner and Paul Dillon,  read and recite their poems.

Bray poet,  Carmen Cullen,  presents her pandemic poetry on video.

Singer/guitarist,  Michael Heffernan,  performs poems on song.

Participants to Poets Wall will appear on screen.

Poems in your bones,  poems in the stones, 

Poems by the sea,  in the air,  poems everywhere !!

Come along and experience different forms of poetry.

Epic,  elegy,  poems that rhyme,  lyric, limerick,  odes to time.

Sonnet,  haiku,  villanelle,  dip into the poets’ well.

https://whaletheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873615633/events/128283047

Booking and details of all future Whale Theatre events from www.WhaleTheatre.ie.

You can also be a friend on Facebook and receive up to date event information.

3 October 2020

Whale Theatre|KERN Album Tour

8:00 p.m.  Doors,  7:00 p.m.

Tickets €15.

Louth folk favourites,  Kern,  are back with their new eagerly awaited album.

The Left and The Leaving is a similar showcase of the band’s unusual mix of personalities.

Kern’s music is a distillation of skillfully executed traditional elements.

Including a deep respect for native songlines.

Combined with fresh and often raw contemporary perspectives.

The band presents thrilling interpretations of the music of the past.

And blistering,  sometimes heart-wrenching,  new songs and compositions.

The electic weave of their music is a result of their myriad influences.

And diverse formative experiences and backgrounds.

https://whaletheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873611331/events/128251202

Booking and details of all future Whale Theatre events from www.WhaleTheatre.ie.

You can also be a friend on Facebook and receive up to date event information.

7 October 2020 for six Wednesdays

Whale Theatre|The Visual Story of Ireland with Rosemarie Devereux

7.30 p.m.

Course of 6 lectures,  €100.  Individual lecture,  €20.

Maximum of 30 per class.  New policies and procedures will be in place.

Greystones resident Rosemarie Devereux holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from UCD.

She has been involved with the National Gallery of Ireland and UCD art courses.

Rosemarie has run her art history courses at the NGI and is on its tour guide panel.

Rosemarie now brings her two courses to the Whale Theatre.

The Visual Story of Ireland begins on 7 October 2020.

The Story of Europe|Painting History begins on 29 October 2020.

Paul Byrne from Greystones Guide has the story.

https://www.greystonesguide.ie/art-love-grows-where-our-rosemarie-goesi/

Booking from Whale Theatre.ie.

https://whaletheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873608141

Booking and details of all future Whale Theatre events from www.WhaleTheatre.ie.

You can also be a friend on Facebook and receive up to date event information.

7 October 2020

Delgany & District Horticultural Society AGM and Autumn Lecture

St. Patrick’s Parish Centre,  Church Road,  Greystones;  8:00 p.m.

8:00 p.m.      AGM will commence sharply at 8:00 p.m.

8:15 p.m.      Lecture:  Early Autumn is really late Summer.

                   Illustrated Talk by Peter Harrison.

                   Past Chairman,  Council of RHSI.

All welcome !!

8 October 2020

Whale Theatre|Greystones Film Club|Taffan

8:00 p.m.  Doors,  7:30 p.m.

Tickets €15.

Louth folk favourites,  Kern,  are back with their new eagerly awaited album.

The Left and The Leaving is a similar showcase of the band’s unusual mix of personalities.

Kern’s music is a distillation of skillfully executed traditional elements.

Including a deep respect for native songlines.

Combined with fresh and often raw contemporary perspectives.

The band presents thrilling interpretations of the music of the past.

And blistering,  sometimes heart-wrenching,  new songs and compositions.

The electic weave of their music is a result of their myriad influences.

And diverse formative experiences and backgrounds.

Booking and details of all future Whale Theatre events from www.WhaleTheatre.ie.

You can also be a friend on Facebook and receive up to date event information.

9 October 2020

Whale Theatre

Emma Langford Trio|Sowing Acorns|Live Album Launch Tour

8:00 p.m.  Doors,  7:30 p.m.

Tickets €25.

Emma Langford is joined by Arkansas’ Alec Brown on cello.

And Ray Yrure on percussion,  for an intimate sharing of her highly acclaimed new album.

Sowing acorns is a collection of 13 warm and reflective songs.

Emma is not only a unique voice in the international music scene.

She is also a proud vocal advocate for social justice and equality.

While in lockdown at home in Limerick,  she dedicated her time to various charities.

She helped them by raising funds and awareness of their activities.

https://whaletheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873615635

Booking and details of all future Whale Theatre events from www.WhaleTheatre.ie.

You can also be a friend on Facebook and receive up to date event information.

24 October 2020

Summer Time Ends Tonight !!

Turn clocks back  one hour before you go to bed !!

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