Throughout the week a range of activities take place in Bayside Community Centre (BCC), from Irish language Playschool (Naionra Cois Bá), to Karate classes, Scouts, Bridge, and much more.
The Odette School of Ballet
Contact: Emma Mahony (registered RAD ballet teacher) on firstname.lastname@example.org or 085 8440023
The Odette School of Ballet is a ballet school based in Bayside and Baldoyle. We are registered with the Royal Academy of Dance and we offer a supportive and welcoming environment for children and adults to dance. We provide ballet classes to children from the age of 3, as well as specialised ballet classes to over 55s. The Odette School of Ballet prides itself on being a place of joy, inclusivity and encouragement. Students will learn classical ballet and have the opportunity to progress through an international examination system, and also perform in professional theatres.
Contact: 083 426 9556 or email@example.com
We specialise in play sessions for children during their early years. We run two different styles: messy play & role play. Messy play is sensory play, enabling children to work with their hands, fingers, feet, in fact their whole body, to create a controlled mess. This often involves the use of traditional ingredients such as sand, slime, water, jelly, flour and mud to use for the exploration of sensory feelings and imagination. The idea is to provide children with a variety of materials to explore textures and sensations, delving into a world of play and make believe.
McCormack Fay Academy of Irish Dancing
Contact: Fergal: 086 -3854 222
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes to suit all ages & abilities - boys & girls welcome. Every Wednesday 3:30pm - 5pm.
Super way to gain confidence, have fun, keep fit & meet new friends.
All-Ireland & World champions in both Solo & Team Dancing.
Represents Ireland at many National & International festivals.
Qualified Irish dance Teachers & Adjudicators.
Fully Garda Vetted.
Dublin Taekwondo Academy
Contact: 087-2579288, email email@example.com
or drop in.
Training every Tuesdays 7-8PM- Olympic Style Taekwondo lead by Grand Master Michael Ho 7th Dan, highest ranking in Ireland. Learn Taekwondo in self-defence, discipline, fitness, coordination and confidence in yourself. Direct affiliation to Head Office in Korea and Certified Foreign Master Instructor.
Bayside Board Game Group
First Sunday of every month, 1 - 5pm (drop in anytime)
Cost: Free of charge (snacks for sharing always appreciated)
Age: 16 - 99
The Bayside Board Games Group is a monthly meet for people to play board games together. If board games make you think of Monopoly, Risk and Uno then you may be in for a big surprise because there has been a huge amount of game development in the last 20 years. Modern games are fun, often quick to learn, beautifully designed and incredibly varied with something on offer for everyone. This group welcomes players of all abilities and interests, whether you want to play a few light-hearted card games for half an hour or a full four-hour strategy challenge that nobody else at home wants to play with you. Bring your own games or play any of the ones that we have. Rules will always be explained beforehand and no experience is required.
The Good Neighbours Social Club
Contact: Frances Elliott 01-8325026 or 086 0789952
Every 2nd Thursday at 10:30am. New members always welcome.
In 1979, a group of ladies got together to form a social club for senior citizens in the area. This resulted in the Good Neighbours Social Club which is still going strong.
We meet in the Community Centre to enjoy a chat, a cuppa and beautiful homemade cakes. We have gamesdays, a Summer outing, the occasional theatre visit and a Christmas party. We also host the annual Alzheimer's Tea Day and Hospice Coffee Morning. Every 6-8 weeks, a newsletter is delivered to our members keeping them up to date.
Bayside Writers Group
Contact: Paddy Glavin 086 8231911
Meet every Wednesday at 11am. New members welcome. No fee.
The weekly workshop of Bayside Writers is mainly writing 'on the spot' of proposed topics by the members (stories, poems or a song) for 30 minutes. People then read aloud their pieces. A supportive and 'gentle' discussion follows.
The main result by current and former members is Migrating Minds 7.