Weekly News 20th March 2020

20 July 2020

Local Lotto Draw: 13th July 2020: Winning Nos : 17, 22, 34.: No Winner. Draw 5 x € 30. Fiona O Connor ( Mags Cahill ),Ado & OJ Martin ( Helen F. Martin ), Denis O Sullivan ( Ml O Sullivan ),John Phelan ( Jimmy McCormack Kilm. ), Jay, Sophie & Noeleen ( Cillian Llafford.). Jackpot next week € 7,000 Venue: St. Leonard's Hall, Dunnamaggin

Find out more about Kilkenny Access Group: Kilkenny Access Group is a coalition of local people whose aim is to raise public, professional and commercial awareness of the environmental, architectural, transport, communication and attitudinal barriers that exclude and marginalise people with disabilities and looks at how these barriers can be eliminated. The ultimate objective is an environment in which all citizens can live, circulate, work, travel and socialise equally, whether disabled or non-disabled. Kilkenny Access Group meet every other month and anyone who is interested is welcome to come along. For further information, please contact their Secretary, Susan Dowling, on 059 9726998 or E-mail: susan.dowling53@gmail.com

Calling all Collaborative Artists! In light of the upcoming Arts Council Arts Participation Bursary deadline of July 30th, Create is delighted to host a Q&A session with Ann O’Connor, Head of Arts Participation at the Arts Council. Karen Whelan, Arts Participation Officer and Kath Gorman Arts Participation Advisor will also attend. The session will take place online Wednesday 22nd July 12.30 – 13.30, bring your lunch and your questions and let’s learn together about some dos and don'ts of making an Arts Participation Bursary Award application. https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/arts-council-arts-participation-bursary-qa-session-tickets-113652955048

Calling all Children of Dunnamaggin Parish Use your lego to showcase local heritage: The Heritage Council is calling on children, aged 4 to 12 years of age, across the country to put their imagination to good use this summer by using their Lego bricks to recreate their favourite example of Irish built, natural or cultural heritage. You must choose your category, build a model, write a short description of what your model represents and why it’s important to you. Closing date: Sunday 30th August. Lego books and kits will be provided for the winners. To find out more go to https://www.heritagecouncil.ie/projects/lego-competition