What's going on in Dundalk this week


What's going on in Dundalk this week
Conor Martin@dundalkdemocrat.ie@DundalkDemocrat

1- Louth Village Family Fun Day

Louth Abbey Vintage Club is to host a family fun day in Louth Village this Sunday. A new and old tractor, car and bike run will take place with proceeds raised going towards Cara Cancer Support Centre in Dundalk.The event will take place at 1pm from McCooey’s Bar. Registration takes place at 12.30pm with an entry fee of €20. Music and refreshments will be provided as well as a raffle being held.

2- Art Exhibition in An Táin Arts Centre

North Louth Artist’s will debut their ‘Visions of Louth’ art exhibition in the Basement Gallery of An Táin Arts Centre this Thursday. The exhibition will run from Thursday the 26th of May until Saturday the 11th of June. The exhibition can be viewed between 10AM until 4PM Tuesday to Saturday.

3- Fundraising Concert In Carlingford

The North Louth Fundraising Branch of the RNLI are hosting a fundraising orchestral concert this Sunday in the Foy Centre in Carlingford. The event will feature the 50-plus strong St Agnes’ Parents’ String Orchestra. The event begins at 7.30PM with admission €10 for adults and €5 for children.This event is part of the group’s annual Mayday fundraising event. All money raised will go directly to funding the RNLI, which is a registered charity that saves lives at sea.

4- This is my life: Information Event- Spinal Injuries Ireland

This Wednesday the (SII) are hosting an information event at the Crowne Plaza Dundalk - Inner Relief Road, Dundalk. The event takes place from 18:30 to 21:00. The aim is to engage with people with a spinal cord injury (SCI) and their families, friends, healthcare professionals and public representatives to increase awareness of the needs of the SCI Community.