The upcoming Good Relations Week in Ballycastle is set to kick off in style, bringing together students from St. Patrick’s & St. Brigid’s, Ballycastle Integrated, and Bridin Ni Dhonnghaile Primary Schools, along with the esteemed presence of Mayor Steven Callaghan.
As part of the celebration, the students will be delving into arts and crafts activities, showcasing their creativity and embracing the spirit of unity and friendship that Good Relations Week aims to promote.
The session will centre around celebrating Good Relations Week through various games and activities. Each young person will receive a portion of a puzzle to design, symbolizing their individual identity. As the session concludes, we will assemble all the pieces to form a complete jigsaw puzzle.
Event by RCity: Communities Integrating Through Youth
As part of Good Relations Week, Positive Steps will be participating in a “paper riot” event, where they will share their own perspectives and listen to their peers’ opinions on community relations. Following this, the team will proceed to design canvases based on various themes of good relations.
Event by RCity: COMMUNITIES INTEGRATING THROUGH YOUTH.
Come along to Antrim Library and tell us what you love about your community and how you came to live in Antrim on the “Love Your Community Board” This Good Relations Week.
Come along to Rathcoole Library for some tea, stories and chat at our special Good Relations Event with guest Martin McDowell from North of Ireland Family History Society.
Come along to Antrim Library and enjoy some tea and chat about the things in our reminiscence box at our special Good Relations Event
Come along to Crumlin Library for some chat and stories. Explore bygone days as this session will include a visit from the Digital Film Archive.
Advised booking advisable.
Come along to Ballyclare Library and tells us what you love about your community and how you came to live in Ballyclare on the “Love Your Community Board” during Good Relations Week.
Rathcoole is welcoming the team from Fighting Words NI for a special workshop blending storytelling and illustration together. This event is aimed at children between the ages of 9 and 11. Advanced booking essential!
Come along to Greystone Library for some tea, stories and chat at our special Good Relations Event with guest Martin McDowell from North of Ireland Family History Society.