Sunday, 29 September 2013

Reminder: Harvest and History - Harvest Festival Weekend (5th-6th October)

Rathfarnham Parish Church of Ireland
invites you to Harvest and History 

The church will be decorated for Harvest and there will be historical re-enactments of interesting characters from our history.

Join us on a trip through the years from Vikings, to Adam Loftus, to the music of Percy French and more ...
Re-enactments on Saturday 5th October at 11am, 12 noon, 2.30p and 3.30pm; Sunday 6th October at 2.30pm and 3.30pm.
Adults - €3; children - free.

Coffee shop and cake stall in the Parish Centre
Saturday  - 10am to 4.30pm
Sunday - 2pm to 4.30pm

The church will be open so please come and see the Harvest decorations and enjoy a cup of coffee and a cake.

All very welcome!

Free parking on the church grounds (limited spaces). Some parking is also available at the Orchard apartments (Butterfield Avenue).

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Sunday concert at Brighton Road Methodist Church

Music at Brighton Road's 2013 Autumn series of Sunday afternoon concerts will commence on:

Sunday 29th September 2013 at 3pm
Rathgar Methodist church, Brighton Road, Dublin 6

with an exciting Italian themed concert by Romolo Balzani (flute), David Adams (harpiscord), with William Dowdall (flute). This is a rare and special opportunity to hear the reknowned Italian flute player, Romolo Balzani. The programme will include music from the Italian masters, some of them not as well known here as they should be, such as Marcello, Sciarrino, Vinci, and Pertrassi as well as Vivaldi. The concert is generously supported by the Italian Cultural Institute.

Tickets available from www.tickets.ie
Tickets are €15 (€10 concessions), children under 12 go free

Music @ Brighton Road aims to reach a wide audience by giving classical music recitals in a relaxed and conveniently located setting outside the city centre. Musicians speak briefly about each work before it is played. Tea, coffee and refreshments provided by the Corner Bakery, Terenure are available during the interval, and parking in Brighton Road is free on Sundays. Follow us on Facebook at Music @ Brighton Road
Further queries: contact Lucinda Thomson (087) 2465003 or lthh@indigo.ie

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Reminder - Terenure 2030 meeting Thursday at 7.30

Contribute to our community plan for the enhancement and sustainable development of Terenure Village and District. Meeting at

St. Joseph's Parish Hall, Rathfarnham Road, Terenure

at

7.30 Thursday 19th September

All welcome, refreshments available.

Sunday, 15 September 2013

Harvest & History: Harvest Festival Weekend, Rathfarnham (Church of Ireland), 5th and 6th October 2013

Rathfarnham Church will be decorated for harvest and there will be historical re-enactments of interesting characters from the history of the church. 

Free parking on church grounds. 
Parking is also available at the Orchard apartments (NB - there may be a small charge). 

Re-enactments

Join us on a trip through the years from Vikings to Adam Loftus to the music of Percy French and more. Re-enactments will be repeated on Saturday 5th October at 11am, 12 noon, 2.30pm and 3.30pm and Sunday 6th October at 2.30pm and 3.30pm. 
Entrance fee: €3 for adults, children may enter free of charge. 

Coffee shop and cake stall 

Saturday 5th October from 10am to 4.30pm and Sunday 6th October from 2pm to 4.30pm. 

Harvest Festival Service 

10.30am on Sunday 6th October. 

Monday, 9 September 2013

Terenure 2030 - Help build a better Terenure

A ground breaking project is under way to develop a Community Framework Plan for the medium and long term enhancement and sustainable development of Terenure Village and District.

You are invited to an ideas generation workshop on the night of

Thursday 19th September 2013 (7.30pm – 10.30pm)
at
St Joseph's Parish Church Hall, Terenure
.

The purpose of this evening is to get your inputs and ideas in to a Framework and Plan for Terenure District and Community.

How the evening will be run is important. To facilitate creative thinking, storytelling and participation we will use round tables, facilitated groups, creativity techniques, video input etc. There will be every opportunity to have your say in a possible future.

This project is a collaboration of residents' associations, local businesses and local people. It has no political affiliation, Government or Council remit.