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This exhibition features another selection of the fascinating collection of photographs that have been collated over the years from friends and other sources by Nelson McGonagle. These photographs cover the mid-19th century to the early 20th century and serve as a great historic source on the people who made up the various groups in Limavady including church groups, shop staff members, choirs, Boys' Bridages and Scout Groups.
Help your little ones come out of their shell in this fantastic, fun six week course which combines drama, performance, speech and creativity as well as confidence and teamwork.
Currently celebrating its Centenary in England and Wales, the Women’s Institute was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in the war effort during WWI. The Federation of Women’s Institutes in Northern Ireland was formed in 1932 with the first institute in Garvagh. In the Roe Valley area there are currently five Women’s Institutes: Aghanloo, Ballykelly, Limavady, Myroe and Terrydremond. This exhibition celebrates these local Women’s Institutes through their history, a display of quilts, scrapbooks, photographs and more.
Are you interested in starting to paint or perhaps you just want to hone your skills with like-minded people? This informal course with a professional artist will guide you in experimenting with different mediums and subject matter- from landscape to still life to portraits. Some freestanding easels are provided, however please bring along your own preferred materials, including preliminary sketches or photographs to work from.
Join tutor Sebastiano Furci for this enjoyable eight week course which allows you to paint or draw a live model. Suitable for beginners and experienced artists, this is an informal and supportive course which stretches your perspective, composition and analytical skills. Some easels are provided but please bring along your preferred materials.
The Roe Valley Folk Festival has become one of Northern Ireland’s premier music festivals. It is renowned for its mix of folk music, dance and traditional sessions.
The festival’s line-up reflects the many changes in the folk music scene and is always a hotbed mix of old and new.
Professional dancer and choreographer Bridget Madden presents a brand new four-week dance programme for Northern Ireland. Join her in creating your own ‘bubble of awesome’ through interactive play with dance, bound by three rules: Be Positive, Be Fun, Be Yourself. Enhancing imaginations, creativity and essential skills of dance, this is a must for the little ones.
Professional dancer and choreographer Bridget Madden returns with another fantastic eight week course for 11-16 year olds. An introduction to dance as a tool for expression, the course is great for improving flexibility, co-ordination, movement and creativity as well as general fitness. Participants devise solo and group pieces and no experience is necessary.
Sign your kids up for these amazingly spooky creative two-part workshops where they’ll make frighteningly good masks, treat bowls, hats and props for Halloween parties. Materials provided but please make sure they wear clothes you won’t mind getting messy.
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