In a highly anticpated gig, Dublin hip hop band The Original Rudeboys play the Spirit Store this Thursday night, April 25.
In just two short years, the band have built up a large following of fans around the country and saw their debut album 'This Life' being been certified gold in Ireland.
They've had chart hit with the singles 'Stars In My Eyes', 'Travelling Man', 'Written Songs (Feeling Good)' and 'Blue Eyes', plus two bonus tracks – 'Feel The Same' and 'Dublin Days'.
The band have played with Cheryl Cole, Professor Green, Maverick Sabre, Example and Rizzle Kicks and have just returned home from supporting The Script in Australia. They also have a major UK lined up for the summer so this is a great chance for local fans to catch them in the intimate surroundings of the Spirit Store.
THE AGM of Redeemer Development Group takes place on Tuesday, April 30, at 10 a.m. in Redeemer Creche.
'The EU and You'
'The EU and You' a talk by the European Movement Ireland takes place in the Dundalk branch library on Thursday, April 25, at 11.30 a.m. This talk will give information about being an EU citizen today, Ireland's Presidency of the EU and the European Year of Citizenship 2013. The talk is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
Na Piarsaigh Gaelic Football Club are hosting kids training every Monday evening from 6.15 p.m. to 7.15 p.m. in the club's pitch on the Blackrock Road, behind JJB. All boys and girls aged six to 13 years are welcome.
For more information contact Sean McGee on (085) 7355717 or Simon Quinn on (086) 3406170.
COLAISTE RIS 'sister act' Kelly and Tess McGlynn launched their own business 'Fun4Faces' as an enterprise mini company in 2010.
Three years later, the teenage entrepreneurs are delighted to see their face painting business go from strength to strength.
Tess and Kelly are currently accepting bookings for a wide range of events including birthdays, communions, confirmations and community events. Contact Fun4Faces on (087) 2892134.