Archery, Foot-Darts and a super colour run were just some of the many activities at Limerick Youth Service’s Youth Games held at Garryowen FC, Dooradoyle, Limerick recently.
Trainees with Limerick Youth Service’s Bakery Skills Course are playing their part in the centenary commemorations of the Limerick Soviet.
The trainees, who are based at LYS’ Community Training Centre, have been working with artist Ann Ryan on the Limerick Soviet bread project, part of an art history project called Continue in their Refusal.
An intercultural workshop, youth club for adults, open days and cyber health programmes are some of the many events that will take place at Limerick Youth Service as part of this year’s Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival.
The festival of learning, which runs from Monday, April 8th to Sunday, April 14th, raises awareness of the different types of learning and promotes ‘lifelong learning.
Limerick Youth Service is delighted to announce that this year’s Youth Work Games will take place at Garryowen FC, Dooradoyle, Limerick on Saturday, April 6th (registration at 10:30am).
The Youth Work Games will include Ireland’s tallest mobile climbing wall, hover-ball archery, kick darts, giant skis, a BBQ and a super colour run.
Dancing troupes, singers, poets & musicians took to the stage at LIT’s Millennium Theatre this past week for Limerick Youth Service’s annual variety show, the Youth Factor.
Twenty five young people from across East Limerick completed the final part of their i:Lead leadership training programme with Limerick Youth Service (LYS) and Youth Scotland at the Burren Outdoor Activity Centre, Co. Clare recently.
Limerick’s young musicians are invited to take part in this year’s Limerick qualifiers of the Irish Youth Music Awards at Limerick Youth Service’s Lava Javas Youth Café, Lr. Glentworth St, Limerick this Friday, March 15th (5:30-7pm).
There was double success for Kildimo Youth Club at an interclub indoor football tournament held at Clonlara Community Centre, Co. Clare recently.
Hosted by Clonlara Youth Club, the tournament saw young people from both youth clubs take part in a highly competitive tournament.
A new programme that will support young people with disabilities to access education and training opportunities and/or enter employment has been launched by Limerick Youth Service (LYS).
The Ability Programme will also support young people (15-24yrs) with disabilities to develop personally, economically and socially while encouraging them to get involved with community life.
Limerick Youth Service’s annual Youth Factor will take place at the Millennium Theatre, Limerick Institute of Technology on Saturday, March 9th.
The Youth Factor, one of the most popular events in the calendar, will see young people participate in the following categories: dance, solo music/song, band/group and drama/performance.