1- New Japanese Restaurant Atami:
Dundalk’s newest oriental restaurant is planned to open on Wednesday the 1st of June. The new restaurant will provide a range of traditional Japanese cuisine. The restaurant resides at 19 Park Street.
2- Donate Blood:
The Irish Blood Transfusion services mobile clinic will reside at the Crown Plaza, Dundalk this week. Donations are welcome from Tuesday to Thursday from 4:30PM to 8:00PM.
3- Quay Celtic 50th Anniversary Dinner Dance:
Quay Celtic FC will host their 50th anniversary dinner dance this Sunday in the Ballymascanlon House Hotel. The event begins at 7PM and music will be provided by Roy Taylor and Band. Tickets for the black tie affair are €50.
4- Movement Medicine Classes:
Movement medicine is a meditation practice that uses dance and the movement of the body. These classes take place every Tuesday with the next one being held at the Dun Dealgan AC premises in Seatown. The practice is open to all ages and fitness levels.
5- Carlingford Food Fair:
On the first Sunday of every month St. Michael’s Hall Newry Street, Carlingford is home to a food fair. With a range of different items to choose from such as homemade breads and muffins, cute cards and ceramics, jams and chutneys this is one fair not be missed.
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