With the General Election looming, you should check the register to ensure that you can vote. If you have recently turned 18 or have changed address, you should click here to make sure that you can vote when the time comes. For all queries, please call the Council on (01) 205 4880 or email email@example.com
CINEMA CLUB @ ST. JOSEPH'S, SHANKILL:
On the second Sunday of each month 8th March) at 2pm, those with dementia and their carers are invited to come and watch a movie, have some popcorn and tea/coffee. It costs €5 for 2 people. To book your place or to make a donation to the wonderful work by the staff in St Joseph’s call (01) 282 3000 or visit saintjosephsshankill.ie
TAKE PART IN THE COMMUNITY GAEMES - Wednesday 1st Aprilp
The Dalkey Dashers commence training for the Community Games. Training takes place every Wednesday evening from 7pm until 8pm in the Loreto Dalkey school hockey pitches. Everyone between 6 years and 14 years living in the Dalkey area are welcome. There is a one off fee of €5 to register. parents coming with children MuST park on Harbour Road. We are also looking for new volunteers either parents or TY students who are willing to help.
If your teenager (13 - 15 years) is obsessed with reading, then this book club is for them. It takes place in Blackrock Library on the 2nd Thursday of every month (6:15 - 7:15pm) or click here for more information.
Cormac has supported the initiative being run by the Council which allows library members access Deansgrange Library after hours. Deansgrange Library is now open between 8am to 10pm, 7 days a week for members only. You must be over 16 years old to avail of this service. For more information call (01) 285 0860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You can join your local library for free www.libraries.dlrcoco.ie
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council organise regular events and activities right across our County. We are fortunate to live in an area where our Council organises such high quality events. View a list of the latest ones by clicking here
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