LIVING WILLOW WORKSHOP
This full day course will teach you the basic techniques required to make living willow tunnels, arches and fencing for your garden.
The course will take place on Saturday 19th April from 9.30 a.m. until 4.30 p.m. The course will take place outdoors at the Brockagh Resource Centre. Cost is €70 per person (materials and tools supplied). If you have your own secateurs bring it along. There will be tea, coffee and biscuits provided, please bring your own packed lunch.
As this course will take place outdoors, please wear sturdy boots and bring along waterproof clothing and a good warm coat and hat. Advance booking and payment is required to ensure your place. For bookings or queries please call Aoife on 087 9773622 or email email@example.com. GET ONLINE COURSE
Book into our 4 week online learning course this week. Learn lots of useful online fun and practical things to do. Friendly, pressure free environment, for free if you are over 65 and €15 if you are under. We welcome back all our previous Online Students that did Benefit 3 or Benefit 4 courses. Call Laragh IT on (0404) 45600. GYMBOREE
There will be no Gymboree in the Brockagh Resource Centre until Friday 2nd May at 10 a.m. Gymboree is musical themed class of active fun promoting a love of music through song, dance, movement games and instruments. Children explore the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat while developing physical, social and intellectual skills. Activities vary depending on children's ages and abilities and include our famous Parachute and Bubble Time. Places limited - Booking essential. Call Rachel on 086 8330212. AFTERNOON TEA DANCE
Laragh Glendalough Active Retirement association as part of the Bealtaine Festival are hosting an afternoon tea dance on Sunday 25th May from 3-6 p.m. Music by the Wicklow Man. Admission is €5 - refreshments served. ST. KEVIN'S WAY
The 'Friends of St. Kevin's Road' invite everyone who would like to take part in a walk along this medieval pilgrim path to meet at the Visitor Centre car park in Glendalough on Easter Saturday, 19th April at 9.30 a.m. A bus (?4) will drop participants at the start of the 11 km walk (you can also arrange your own transport or join up with the group mid-way). It is hoped to arrive at the Upper Lake for a picnic lunch at approximately 1 p.m. For further information call Bébhinn and Eleanor on 086-4090289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org