This year’s Family Fun Day will be held on Saturday 2nd September from 2pm-6pm at our pitch in Glencullen. There will be a dunk tank, human table football, bouncy castles, a mini olympics, games, tug of war and a BBQ. Entry is €5 per adult, under 16s and OAP’s are free to enter. Tokens on the day are €1 each and each activity will have a price for tokens. We hope you come along and enjoy the day with us!
We are delighted to announce we will be holding a second summer camp this year, from the 31st July to the 4th August. This camp will be both Gaelic Football and Hurling and will run from 10am to 2pm. The cost is €60 per child and everyone must bring runners/football boots, wet weather clothes, suitable training gear (INCLUDING GUM SHIELD), a packed lunch and a drink. Camp Coordinator: Sean Kelly – to reserve a place Phone: 087 6711308 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please click the picture to register and pay online.
This year’s Stars of Erin Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camp will take place from the 10th-14th July. The cost of the camp is €60 for the first child, €50 for the second child and €40 for every child thereafter per family. Our camps are suitable for all National school kids. Please ensure to bring your own lunch, boots, runners and rain gear for each day. To reserve a place on our camp, register online here. Camp Coordinator: Sean Kelly, Phone: 087 6711308
Stars of Erin are holding a Sponsored Static Cycle! What’s that you ask? Our mens and ladies teams will be cycling the distance it takes to get from Johnnie Foxes Pub in Glencullen (the highest pub in Ireland) to The Wanlockhead Inn (the highest pub in Scotland) AND BACK! That’s a total of 822km! It is on Sunday April 30th from 10am to 8.30pm outside Johnnie Foxes Pub, so why not spend your Sunday in the Dublin mountains, pop by and support our club. Donate to the campaign here or by giving to our club members with sponsor cards.
Stars of Erin would love all club members and members of the community to join us back in the Dublin Mountain Community Centre for some ceol agus craic after the Stepaside parade from 5pm onwards. This is an open trad session so if you have an instrument or up for a song or dance we would love to see you there. Refreshments and alcohol will be available to purchase using a token system. Children are welcome but parents/guardians have to provide supervision at all times.