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The Dublin People Group provide a dedicated space to community notices on our Noticeboard. Please scroll through our notes below where you can see details on everything from Active Retirement Association to coffee morning details and organised fundraiser walks. If you wish to have details on our Noticeboard please contact our office on 01 8621611.

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ARTANE

 

COFFEE MORNING: A Coffee Morning in aid of Down Syndrome Dublin will take place at the Coffee Dock in Our Lady of Mercy Church, Artane, on Wednesday, March 29 at 10.30am. All are welcome.  

NEW MEMBERS: North Dublin Singers rehearse on Tuesdays from 8pm to 10pm at Artane Beaumont Family Recreation Centre and are looking for new members. Fun centred, range of styles, four-part harmony, active choir that fundraises for charity and performs at community events. All ages/levels welcome. Phone Susan on 086-8805599 for more details or visit www.northdublinsingers.com

 

BALDOYLE  

 

SHOW: Baldoyle Musical Society presents 'Seussical', a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza which is fun for the whole family. 'Seussical' weaves an inspiring story that features great musical numbers and spectacular dance routines. It runs from April 18-22 at 8pm in St Mary's Secondary School, Baldoyle. Tickets are priced at €15 for adults, and €12 for children, OAPs and groups of ten and over. Bookings can be made at www.baldoylemusicalsociety.ie or on 085-1378329. 

SPRING SHOW: Howth and Sutton Horticultural Society will hold their annual Spring Show on Saturday, April 1 at St Nessan's Community School, Moyclare Road, off Warrenhouse Road, Baldoyle, and visitors are welcome between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. New exhibitors are welcome with all you need to know about the society and show brochures available on www.hshs.ie or from the secretary (Ann Campbell on 086-8183709. Free admittance for exhibitors and members, €2 for non-members.   

  

COOLOCK 

 

MEETING: Alcoholism is a family problem. If you think you or a family member has a drink problem, Alcoholics Anonymous is holding an open Public Meeting for information and education in St Brendan’s Parish Centre (old church), Coolock Village, on the first Tuesday of every month from 8.30pm-9.30pm. All are welcome. Speakers from Al-Anon and AA. There is a solution. AA office, phone 01-8420700, 9.30am-5pm; after hours 6pm-10pm/weekends 10am-6pm, phone 01-8527000.  

PARENTS ALONE: Doras Bui, a parent alone resource centre, is located on Bunratty Drive, Coolock. Accurate information on your rights and entitlements is provided by a staff member who is available to talk to you in person or by phone. A Teen Parent Support Project is available for teen parents who become pregnant while at school. For more information on these and other services, phone 01-8484811/8481872, email info@dorasbui.org or visit www.dorasbui.org 

  

CLONTARF  

 

TALK: Clontarf Gardening Society will present ‘Easter Flowers’, a talk by Sharon O’Sullivan on Thursday, March 30 in St John’s Parish Centre, Seafield Road at 8pm. Admission for non-members is €5 and includes tea and homemade cake. Admission for members is free. All are welcome. 

  

KILLESTER 

 

FOOTBALL MEMORABILIA: Killester United Football Club will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a black tie event in Clontarf Castle on October 7.  Are you a past player/member? Do you have any old photographs/memorabilia which the club could use in a brochure/memories booklet for distribution on the night?  If you have, please contact Frank Farrell on 01-8480320 or email killesterunitedit@gmail.com or alternatively drop it into Killester Sports & Social Club, Hadden Park, Killester.  

  

HOWTH  

 

TALK: Howth Peninsula Heritage Society presents a talk by author Padraig Yeates entitled ‘Dublin in the War of Independence’, at the Howth Angling Centre, West Pier on Tuesday, March 28 at 8pm. Admission to non-members is €5.   

AA MEETINGS: If you feel you have a drink problem or want to stop drinking you are welcome to attend AA meetings which are held every Wednesday from 8.30pm–9.30pm at Columbanus Hall, Parish Centre, 12 Main Street, Howth. This is a fellowship of men and women who share a common problem and help others to recover from drinking. 

  

BALBRIGGAN 

 

TALK: Balbriggan and District Horticultural society will hold a garden talk, 'Spring Garden' by Christopher Heavey, on Thursday, March 23 at 8.30pm in the Scouts’ Den, Market Green Balbriggan. Admission is €4.

 

BALGRIFFIN

 

CEILI: Balgriffin Hall Committee and Kinsealy CCE are holding a ceili in Balgriffin Hall, Malahide Road this Saturday, March 25 from 9pm to 12midnight. Music by the Brian Boru Ceili Band. Admission is  €10. Refreshments served.   

 

SWORDS 

 

FAIR: A Daffodil Craft & Vintage Fair, in aid of the Irish Cancer Society, will take place at the Riasc Centre, Swords Business Park, Feltrim Road on March 25 from 12noon to 5pm.   

BEREAVEMENT: Bethany trained members are available to provide support to those grieving the loss of a loved one. They provide a free, confidential service. The group meets on the second and last Monday of every month from 7.30pm at the Parish Office, Parochial House, Seatown Road, Swords. Contact Terri on 01- 8403243, Brid on 086-6006397 or Mary on 01-8402652 for further information. Open to all Fingal residents.  

 

RAHENY  

 

VOLUNTEERS: Need a new challenge? Looking for adventure? The 73rd Raheny Scout Group is looking for volunteers age 18+ to sign up and become Leaders in an exciting, fun and adventurous scout group. They provide all the training you need and you get to have all the fun! For more information email info@73rahenyscouts.ie 

ACTIVE RETIREMENT: The Raheny Active Retirement Art Group art classes take place from 2pm to 4pm every Tuesday in the meeting room attached to Raheny Court, end of Avondale Park. Tuition in oil painting, watercolour and acrylic is by a professional artist. Friendly atmosphere and all abilities are catered for. For further information, contact Frances McGivern on 01-8314251 or Michael Gaffney on 01-8318662. 

  

DONAGHMEDE  

 

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT: Have you been bereaved in the last two years? Would you like support to help you cope with your grief? TARGET Counselling Service and the Irish Hospice Foundation will be running a grief support group soon. If you would like to find out more about this group, please contact Trish/Emma on 01-8671967 or email trisha@targeteducation.net 

  

SUTTON  

 

BRIDGE: Are you interested in improving your bridge? If so, why not join a friendly and welcoming group in St Fintan's Community Centre, Greenfield Road, Sutton, on Thursdays at 7.30pm. For more information, phone 087-2135576.  

  

FAIRVIEW  

 

PITCH & PUTT: Fairview CY Pitch & Putt Club on Philipsburgh Avenue is open for new members who can call to the club any afternoon or contact the secretary Nancy Stanbridge on 086-0562577 for more information. Groups are also welcome.  

  

SANTRY  

 

COMMUNITY GARDEN: Members of Santry Community Garden meet in a four-acre heritage walled garden in a quiet corner of Santry Demesne. The opening hours are Wednesday and Friday from 2pm to 4pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 1pm. If you would like to join the group and make new friends, visit www.santrycommunitygarden.ie    

  

CITYWIDE 

 

TOASTMASTERS: Would you like to improve your public speaking, presentation, listening and leadership skills in a warm, relaxed and friendly environment? East Coast Toastmasters meet every second Tuesday at 8pm in the Carlton Hotel, Old Airport Road, for approximately two hours. Guests (over 18) are welcome to attend, details at eastcoasttoastmasters.com or contact Mick on contact Mick on 087-7723024. 

  

DONNYCARNEY 

 

Le Chéile – Donnycarney Community Centre have daily activities and classes to suit all age groups. Classes range from art, music, writing, dancing and fitness. For full listings, visit www.dcyc.ie or call 01-8329676.  

  

DRUMCONDRA 

 

SOCIAL CLUB: Pitch & Putt, bowls outdoor and indoor, tennis, snooker, gym, bridge and bar games take place at Ierne Social & Sports Club, Gracepark Road, Drumcondra. New members are welcome. Phone 01-8360863 or visit www.iernesocialandsportsclub.com 

  

PRIORSWOOD 

 

CHARITY BINGO: Charity Bingo in aid of the St Francis Pastoral Centre building fund takes place every Tuesday at 8.30pm in Martin's Lounge, Priorswood. All are welcome. 

 

DARNDALE  

 

SENIOR CENTRE: Golden Years is a senior centre in Darndale with day care and drop-in facilities available for older people living in the catchment area of Darndale, Belcamp, Moatview, Ferrycarrig, Clonshaugh, Riverside, Glin, Cara Park and Priorswood. New members are sought for the drop-in and day care services. For more information, contact Golden Years on (01) 8771600 or email info@villagecentre.ie 

  

BAYSIDE  

 

BOWLS CLUB: Bayside Indoor Bowls Club is seeking new members. This active age group meets every Friday from 2.30pm-4.30pm at Bayside Community 

  

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