“Summer Camp ALERT! Performers Ireland is running two camps this summer for ages 3-18 years. Places are limited to book email: email@example.com or message us on our Facebook page Performers Ireland. Dance Bootcamp (learn fun routines and improve your flexibility & confidence) from 9th-13th of August. Musical Theatre camp (learn scenes, songs and dances from your favourite musicals) from the 16th-20th of August.”
Star Camp June 28th- July 2nd Fingal Liam Rodgers Centre PLACES ARE VERY LIMITED AND BOOKING UP FASTBOOK NOW AT WWW.STARCAMP.IE EMAIL INFO@STARCAMP.IE CALL 021-4377900Open to Boys & Girls aged 4 -12. Instalment options available for a limited time. STARCAMP, IRELAND’S NO 1 SUMMER CAMP IS BACK and are delighted to announce that they are offering their BIGGEST, BEST & MOST MAGICAL CAMPS EVER! This year’s theme is “#SPREADTHESUNSHINE” and it promises to do just that. We have never been so excited to put smiles on faces as we are for the Summer of 2021! STARCAMP wouldn’t be STARCAMP if it didn’t have the usual mind-blowing offering of DANCE, DRAMA, MUSIC, MAGIC, COMEDY, NEWS & WEATHER REPORTING, ART, GAMES, TIK-TOK’s, MINDFULNESS, HOW TO MAKE A RADIO SHOW (older kids), ELVES, FAIRIES & VIP TEDDY BEAR PICNICS (younger kids) as well as it’s renowned core ethos of building children’s self-esteem and confidence, but this year you can add loads of new outdoor activities and SO MUCH MORE! We promise an atmosphere like never before with boundless positivity, excitement, laughter and fun for all! This year, they are also delighted to introduce their first ever “ONLINE SUMMER CLUB” which promises to be a HUGE HIT with kids. With a brand new, massively entertaining STARCAMP SHOW each week for 6 weeks (And a brilliant new theme each week), this “AT HOME CAMP” promises to be LOADS of fun with engaging giveaways, competitions and more!
Bricks 4 kids Summer camp now live so book now before all slots are gone dates for camps are on the link below. This Lego themed camp is designed to teach the principles of science, technology engineering and maths(STEM) to girls and boys aged 5-12yrs https://ie1.bricks4kidznow.com/profile.php?id=1681146
Hi All, I will host a childrens/Family quiz on zoom next week if anyone wants to take part please click the link to register. Test your knowledge anyone who plays will be automatically put into a draw for some online book vouchers. Don’t forget to have paper and a pen ready.
Our next Free workshop St John Ambulance will be offering first aid tips to all click link to register
Erica from Yoga Sanctuary will be teaching a 4 week online yoga course aimed at beginners but all are welcome. She will guide you through a 1 hour class each week aimed at introducing you to the benefits of yoga through breath work, yoga postures and relaxation.
If you are interested in starting something new for you or would like to join in to stretch out and feel good in your body then join Erica Wednesday March 3rd at 6pm. All welcome Please click on the link above to register
The Couch to 3K programme is a 6 week online training programme that will help participants steadily progress to 3K through a walking and jogging interval style training plan. Weekly plans will be emailed to participants every Monday starting on Feb 22nd. To register click link above.
Audrey Hepburn once said “To Plant a Garden is to believe in Tomorrow”
Week 3 (Feb 18th) of our FREE Community Engagement Project is a Gardening workshop on for all abilities and interests.
All you need to do is register at the link below
Our next family Community Engagement Project is, Caring for our environment – Plants, animals, birds and marine life of our local environment and why we should keep our environment clean. This will be an informative and fun session for all the family
Fingal Inclusion week will run from November 16th to November 21st . All 37 virtual events are free and hosted by community groups and services around the County (see programme below). For more information or to book visit www.fingalinclusionweek.ie
Advice from An Garda Síochána
The An Garda Síochána have released the following advice regarding home crime prevention.
- Keep lights on inside and out.
- Do not keep large amounts of cash at home.
- Keep valuables & keys out of sight.
- Be alert to online and telephone scams.
- Do not share personal or financial data.
They also advise that you take the following safety measures:
- KEEP UNEXPECTED CALLERS OUT. Do not open the door. Use the door chain. Look for ID.
- Use only the services of people you know and trust.
- If you require assistance call your local garda station.
- Keep a lookout for friends and neighbours while adhering to appropriate physical distancing.
You can visit www.garda.ie for more crime prevention advice