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Memories from Friday’s First Fortnight Event

Some pictures captured at last Friday’s First Fortnight event done by www.davidrooneywellbeing.com www.instagram/davidrooneyart

Journeys First Fortnight 10th January 2020 Dublin Event

Dublin North, North East Recovery College, in conjunction with Akidwa, Cairdre, DCU, Pavee Point and Silver Thread, “Journeys – What I Know Now”. A morning of transcultural events, understanding and integration of wellbeing.

Our journey will commence with the launch our publication of selected stories and poems. ’’What I Know Now”, written by students of the Dublin North, North East Recovery College and facilitated by Silver Thread.

Hitting high notes, we will launch the “Song Creation Collective”- debut single C.D with original music, written and performed by students of Dublin North, North East Recovery College.

We then move to a Transcultural Dialogue panel where we will discuss about migration, culture, communities and mental health.

Next is a video performance entitled “YANA – You are not alone” from AKidwa, followed by Chris O’Donnell performing a song written to reflect the transition to homelessness, and is expressed through a poetic medium to show how it felt to fall into that category.

You can then choose to one workshop or exhibition space-

The River of life – Akidwa,

Grub Box, Pavee Point,

Poetry Workshop – Silver Thread

Storycase of how migrants’ life journeys translate into design, fashion arts and crafts – Cairdre.

After an informative and fascinating morning, we will join together again for a final session of music and dance celebrating our transcultural recovery journey.

This event will be for three hours 10.00 – 1.00, registration from 9.15.

Presented by Dublin North, North East Recovery College, in conjunction with Akidwa, Cairdre, DCU, Pavee Point and Silver Thread

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Dublin North North East Recovery College in Conjunction with First Fortnight Mental Health Arts Festival 2020

As part of the First Fortnight Mental Health Arts Festival 2020 – DNNE Recovery College would like to invite you to join us on January 17 for our annual Winter Wellbeing Event.This year the event is entitled:

‘Journeys – Where I am now

This morning of healing, creativity & conversation showcases the creative work recovery college community and also shines a light on the work of Pavee Point, the Eolas Project and other community groups and mental health initiatives.

For more information please see posters below

To register for this free First Fortnight event, contact DNNE Recovery College:

Phone-  01 7007907

Email-    recoverycollege@dcu.ie

Website- www.recoverycollege.ie

This event will run for three hours on Friday January 17th, 9.30am – 1pm.

Venue: DKIT, Dept of Nursing Midwifery and Early Years

 

Winter Wellbeing Day 2020 – Running Order Winter Wellbeing Day 2020 Poster

Relative Support Group in Ardee

Relatives Support Group monthly meeting is on Wednesday 4th December in the Boardroom Ardee Business Park at 7.30pm.

Guest Speaker is Tom Cronin Senior Registrar who will give a talk on Medication used in Psychiatry.

This is not a Dublin North, North East Recovery College event.