Poet Katie Donovan and guitarist Darragh O’Neill will kick-off the weekly Summer Lunchtimes at St Paul’s, on Thursday, June 5th, 1.15pm-1.45pm, with tea/coffee served from 1pm. Admission free but donations to local charities welcome. The programme for the rest of the series is as follows:
June 12th Nature Moves Dance with 6th Class Monkstown Educate Together
June 19th A Song for You Well-known songs with choir of Dalkey Active Retired Association
June 26th Jazz by popular demand Jazz quartet from Newpark Transition Year.
July 3rd Best of Traditional Irish from Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Eireann
July 10th Dun Laoghaire and the Great War Illustrated Talk by Tim Carey, Heritage Officer DLRCoCo
July 17th The Thrill of it All Joseph O’Connor reads from his latest novel
July 24th Opera Highlights Glasthule Opera presents favourite arias
July 31st Young Musicians Platform Feis Ceol Prizewinners Thomas Maxwell (Organ), Isobel Howard-Cordone (harp) and Lucy McCabe (voice)
An extraordinary effort by the Summer Fair organisers, stall holders and their large team of helpers for the annual event last Saturday, May 24th, raised €21,558 for parish funds. That is only marginally down on last year’s total of €22,065 when the weather was much better. Thank you to everybody who supported the event in any way.
The Parish Centre will be open from 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week for delivery of items to be sold at our Summer Fair this Saturday, May 24th, 10.30am-12,30pm. Please bring what you can.
The Summer Fair is staged in the Parish Centre, the church and the church grounds.
Stallholders are trawling for stock to sell at our Summer Fair on Saturday, May 24th, 10.30am-2.30pm, in the Parish Centre , church and church grounds. Everything, from books and bottles to cakes and clothes (worn only once!) are needed, so start searching your attic and prepare to bake!
The Alzheimer’s Tea Day in St Paul’s Parish Centre takes place this Friday, May 9th, 10.30am-12.30pm. Your support for this very worthy, annual fund-raising event for the Alzheimer Society of Ireland would be much appreciated. Donations of home baking and raffle prizes would also be most welcome.