Street Art workshops are being offered to young people across the Moyle area over the summer months.
Taster sessions in this modern urban art form will be taught by Belfast-based company Re-Ink–Our-Nation and are funded by Moyle Community Safety Partnership and Moyle District Council.
Workshops will take place across the Moyle District at local venues. The sessions are open to anyone aged 12 -18 and participants will learn different techniques, including responsible street art, and have the opportunity to create a piece of art for their local community centre or venue.
For further information contact The Arts Officer at Moyle District Council on 028 207 62225.
BALLYMONEY Hospice Support Group would like to thank everyone who supported the three Easter Baskets as they made £568.
The winners were Edith Owens, Ballymoney, Karen Prichard, Ballymoney, Maria Gilmore, Ballymoney.
YOU are cordially invited to a table quiz which will be held in Bushfoot Golf Club, Portballintrae on Friday 27th May 2011 at 8.30pm in aid of Diabetes UK (NI Branch).
Teams should consist of up to five players and the cost is £3.00 per person.
Come along and enjoy the craic and a good night out. There will be a raffle with plenty of good prizes and everyone will be made most welcome.”
Benvarden Fun Day
THE Riding for the Disabled Association are holding their annual Fete and Fun Day on Sunday, 29th May, at Benvarden Gardens.
Everyone is invited to attend another great family Fete and Fun Day at Benvarden Gardens, Ballybogey (kindly granted).
Activities will include the ever popular Pony Rides, Pony & Trap, Teas & Burger Bar, Ice Creams, Penalty Kicks & Bouncy Castle, Archery, and, of course, the Benvarden Gardens will be open for enjoyment and the sale of plants.
A new activity this year is a Fun Dog Show, co-ordinated by Alpha 1 Dog Training. The classes will include Best Fancy Dress, Prettiest Female, Most Handsome Male, Wiggliest Tail, Cutest Puppy, Dog Most Like Their Owner, Best Trick, Best Sausage Catcher and Fastest Bone Eater. The dog show will start at approx 2.30pm.
Once again there will be a number of Craft and Bric-a-Brac Stalls (by pre-booking by form only through RDA on 028 7032 0147).
Helpers and stall holders should be in place from 1 pm onwards and the gates will open for visitors from 2pm.
Entry fee and parking will remain at £5 per car.