Pipe band members
MALAHIDE Pipe Band is looking for new members.
Anyone interested in learning to play the bagpipes or snare drums please contact The Malahide Pipe Band. Children aged 12 and over to adults welcome. Evening classes organised in Malahide.
The Malahide Pipe Band was established in 1954 with the objective to promote piping and drumming in the area. The band plays at local events and aims to play at various pipe band competitions during the Summer months.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.dublin.ie/websites/malahidepipeband
COLAISTE Dhúlaigh College of Further Education (CDCFE) is hosting a Campus Day on Wednesday, November 13, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. The college's three campuses in Coolock, Raheny and Kilbarrack will be open for all to see what life in the college is like.
CDCFE has built up an excellent reputation over the last 30 years as one of Dublin's largest further education course providers. The college runs Post Leaving Certificate courses at FETAC levels 5 and 6 and at Higher National Diploma level. Mature students are also welcome. Many of our courses offer progression into the I.T.'s and Universities, including DIT and DCU. Class sizes are small allowing the focus to be on students.
Events and activities are at the heart of the college and ensure that time spent at CDCFE is a valuable experience and most definitely a memorable one.
PROCEEDS from the opening night of Rush Dramatic Society's latest show 'Calendar Girls' will be donated to the Irish Cancer Society.
The curtain goes up on the new production on Wednesday, November 13, at 8.30 p.m. in the Millbank Theatre. Tickets cost €12 each and can be purchased from Jackie (086) 3622940 or Maria (086) 8287214
Please spread the word as tickets will sell out fast.