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Saturday 18 November 2017

Learn more about Oskars for Lifeboat on November 15

An Oskars ceremony with a difference takes place in TLT, Drogheda on Sunday, March 3, 2018 in aid of Clogherhead Shannon Lifeboat appeal.

They are recruiting local actors now! Seven short films (10 minutes long) will be produced by local actors for the Oskars event. Previous acting experience is not necessary as supervision and production guidance will be provided by Kevin Rowe Events.

The short films will be based on scenes from well known movies and the finished films will be shown at the huge Oskars night in the T.L.T where friends and family and people from the community come together to support the Clogherhead Shannon Lifeboat Appeal.

If you are interested in taking part in this fun event or just want more information, please come along to a public meeting in Clogherhead Lifeboat Station on Wednesday 15 November at 8pm.

If you wish to talk to them in advance please phone Tomas at: 086 8094590. Or the Lifeboat station on: 041 9822600.

MS table quiz

MS Louth branch are having their annual table quiz on Friday November 10 in the Valley Inn at 8.30pm. Great prizes, raffle and all welcome. All support is appreciated.

Boyne Valley storytelling

An afternoon of storytelling takes place at the Boyne Valley Cottage, Donore, on Sunday 19 November from 3-5pm, and will continue every third Sunday of the month over the winter.

Storytellers of all ages are welcome to share stories and perhaps a few songs, with participation at the heart of it. There is no pressure to perform - just turn up and listen! 'Storytelling is an age-old tradition which has existed since the dawn of time wherever people gather,' said Cllr Frank Godfrey.

Local storytellers include Dick Murphy, Maureen Moore, Bridie Maxwell and music by Pat Gogan and friends.

What lies beneath Millmount

The Old Drogheda Society will host its Autum Lecture " What Lies Beneath" by Kevin Barton,on Tuesday November 7th at 7 pm in the Governor's House, Millmount .

The lecture will reveal results from the Millmount Archaeological Remotr Sensing (MARS) Project - a series of geophysical surveys carried out on the mound at Millmount since 2013.

Kevin Barton is an archaeological geophysicist currently working on community projects in Ireland, Germany and Poland.

Please note the time of the lecture 7 pm (usually 8 pm). There will be a bookstall on the night.Voluntary contributions welcome.

Drogheda Independent

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