Lived Lost Lives
Families bereaved by suicide are invited to come along on Friday 4 October at 4pm in The Exchange, Castle Avenue. Lived Lost Lives, established in 2006, is a unique art project, which seeks to address the issue of youth suicide. In preparation for a Donegal-wide project, Inishowen born artist Dr Seamus McGuinness, in partnership with Insight Inishowen, invites families bereaved by suicide to a discussion next Friday. Tel. 086 253 2083.
Girls Drop In
Buncrana Youth Drop In is offering a new (free) programme of activities for girls aged 12-16 years. All are welcome to a meeting in the drop in centre on Tuesday 1 October at 4pm to discuss above. Tel. Ruth 087 795 5401.
The Creation Station
Workshops in Needlepoint, card making and flower arranging for Christmas starting November. Adult beginners continue Monday 7.30pm, Tuesday 2pm. Children’s classes Tuesday 4–5.15pm age 6–8; 5.30–6.45pm age 9–12. Saturday afternoon classes for children of all ages and under six are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult 085 729 2321.
Helpers are needed for planting and tidying at riverside on the lower banks of the Mill River, 2-4pm daily, weather permitting. Brendan 086 356 4888.
Buncrana Go Active
Art, knitting and crochet, photography and gentle exercise all began this week. Gentle exercise will take place in Exchange, Castle Avenue 1.30–2.30pm started on Wednesday 2 October. Cost pp for Antrim Coast trip on Friday 11 October is €40 including evening meal. Pay in Good Morning office on Friday 4 October 11–1pm. Tel. 087 141 7121.
Fresh Fruit Wanted
Scoil Íosagáin Special Needs Class requires fresh fruit (especially apples, plums etc) to make chutney for our Christmas Fair. If anyone has fruit in their garden and would like to give it to us we would be delighted. Josephine 085 889 8869/93 62450.
iCARE Coffee Morning
In aid of iCARE on Friday 4 October, in O’Flaherty’s, Main Street, 10.30am-2.30pm. When you have voted in the Referendum, why not come along and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee, while supporting a worthy cause.
Flu vaccines will be available from 24 September 2–3pm daily at Buncrana Medical centre, no appointment needed.
Buncrana Go Active
A trip to Giant’s Causeway and Antrim Coast is planned for Friday 11 October. Any member who would like to go and has not already signed up should 087 141 7121 asap. Pottery workshop on Wednesday 9 October 11–12.30pm in Tullyarvan Mill. Other activities start this week; for more details 087 141 7121. The club has recommenced activities for the autumn and a huge selection of courses, demonstrations, day trips and events are available. Membership to the club remains at only €10 per year.
Buncrana Youth Club
Winter programme starting 1 October. Details Marcella 936 1594.
Beginners and Intermediate Pilates Courses
These classes have recently recommenced at Tullyarvan Mill also dance Aerobics 1st class free then €7 weekly. Contact Clare 086 381 1632/93 62723.
Dunree Yoga Centre
Morning and evening classes have restarted on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 93 61817/086 819 6636.
Vivid Performances Studio
Children’s workshops have started in Tullyarvan Mill €5 per person per session. Tel. Emma 086 360 1537.
Make And Do Creative Music Course
Annette McNelis is now taking enrolments for her new children’s music course, Saturday 11am–1pm for six weeks. Through hands-on music and basic arts and crafts children will explore the creative arts in a fun way. To book 93 61424/087 926 4448.
Cancer Support And Social Club
The CSSC monthly meeting is held on the second Monday of each month in the Milltown House, Carndonagh 7.30–9.30pm. We welcome males/females who have had a cancer diagnosis, family members, carers or friends of someone affected by cancer. Come along for moral support, shared information, chat and light refreshments; contact Rita 086 602 8993/Deirdre 087 763 4596 or Jim 087 785 8836.