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t’s a somewhat quieter Easter this year, once again, but there’s still fun and chocolate to be had out there.
And some prayer too, of course.
On the Easter Camps front, Little Lingua’s 4-day Irish and French shindigs will run in the last week of March and the second week of April, with daily times available from 9am to 9.30am, 10am to 10.40am and 2pm to 2.40pm. Aimed at primary school 1st to 2nd class kids, you can find out more right here, and book your spot over here.
For those kids who like to cook, Ciara’s Kitchen have their Easter Cooking Camp running from Monday 29th to Friday 2nd, 2.30pm to 3.45pm daily, with the menu geared towards 8 to 12 years old as well as younger kids with parents and older kids who know their way around the pots and pans. You can find out more here, and go book your spot here.
On the sports front, the Modern Legacy Football Academy have a series of camps happening over the coming months, starting with their 5-day Easter Camp from April 6th to 9th, 10am to 2pm daily, over at St Anthony’s in Kilcoole. Details here, booking here.
Should you be looking for Easter gifts and goodies, Lou & Belle have a whole range of bunny-themed and eggciting toys in store right now, with a 10% offer until the end of March on orders over €25. You can check out the whole range of Lou & Belle gift ideas right about here.
With fundraising a difficulty right now, the good businesses and shops of the town are giving Greystones Cancer Support a helping hand by shaking a can in their name. When you’re out and about over the Easter weekend, look out for GCS donation boxes, where a quick €2 will give you that Feelgood Friday feeling.
Also, if you’re over Newtown way this Friday morning, the Good Life Artisan Farmers Market are hosting a Mad Hatter Competition at 3pm, in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation. You can send your entries in through their Instagram or Facebook page, and then go try and find that donation button. We couldn’t. There will also be a pet photographer booth on the day, with a percentage of the proceeds also going to the Irish Heart Foundation.
And to make sure we’re all well fed this Easter, Sweeney’s down at the harbour have put together a Good Fry Day seafood menu to die and rise again for. We’re talking monkfish scampi with seaweed mayo, Tempura prawns with lemon aioli, Thai prawn rolls and green Thai fish curry. Details here, order here.
As well as chocolate egg bargains at SuperValu and the rest, we’ll be checking around de town for more Easter goodies over the coming week.