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Orla O’Sullivan WXN Trailblazer 2014

For her innovation.. for her dedication.. for her revolutionary methods in the teaching of music to the Deaf. And her outstanding contribution to piano / keyboard tuition in particular.

Chairperson Joanne – about the Annual BBQ Event

On 9th of August at 4pm

Further info on:

Squad selected for Irish Women’s Futsal Team

Deaf Sports Ireland are delighted to announce the selected squad for the Irish Women’s Futsal Team. Follow the link below to find out more:

Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Update 28.07.14

We would like to extend a big thank you to all the volunteers and to those
who donated to our Street Collection in Listowel on Friday 27th June.  All
money raised is very much appreciated and goes towards the overhead costs
here in our Centre in Tralee.

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10th Aug – Family Day Out 2014

Family Day Out 2014Looking for an exciting Family Day out to thrill everyone, young and old! Meet up with some old friends and make some new ones!

Check out details of DeafHear’s Family Day in Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park on August 10th here:

Deaf-led events at the Science Museum

Remember you can also find more information on our SIGNtific Facebook page: (like us and you’ll receive updates when we post!) or email the team:

SIGNtific –Deaf-led events at the Science Museum for families:

SIGNtific Saturday 2nd August:

1.30pm A Star is Born for ages 7 and under – Join us on a journey of a lifetime – the lifetime of a star, from stellar nurseries to glittering galaxies.

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Subtitled cinema! Ireland North & South

Mrs Browns Boys DMovie subtitled (15) 1 hour 34 mins

Comedy. Feisty, foul-mouthed matriarch Agnes Brown finds her livelihood under threat when a greedy developer tries to close down her stall. Never one to back down easily, Mrs. Brown teams up with her family and a gang of inept professionals to help fight for the rights of the traders.

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24th July – Aristocrats in ISL

AristocratsI wanted to remind you about the upcoming ISL Interpreted Performance  of Brian Friel’s Aristocrats in the Abbey Theatre on Thursday 24th July, 730pm.

Aristocrats is a powerful masterpiece set in Ballybeg hall, the decaying home of District Justice O’Donnell, where those who congregate for a wedding stay to attend a funeral. Friel’s chronicle of three sisters and their ‘peculiar’ brother reveals the ache of one family becomes the microcosm for the ache of society.

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NADP annual holiday notice

NADP Annual Holiday

20th Sept – Loug Derg

LoughDergPosterTallaght Deaf Club and National Chaplaincy for Deaf People are organising a ONE DAY RETREAT in Lough Derg, Donegal on Saturday 20th September 2014.

These guided days of prayer and reflection include Prayers of Intercession and Healing of Memories as well as the Sacrament of Reconciliation and celebration of Eucharist. During the afternoon there is time for quiet reflection.

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