Its been yet another busy week for the youth groups here in Ozanam house.
This week one of our groups got to visit fighting words creative work shop thanks to our UNESCO reader in residence Bernadette Larkin.
The group let their imaginations run wild and wrote some fantastic stories featuring, alien vampires fighter jets, super powers and scary movies coming to life!
All the stories will be made into a booklet for them to keep and add to in the future.
We may just have the next generation of fiction writers in our midst…..watch this space.
The youth groups searched high and low counting every chick, Easter egg, Bunny and carrot that the Easter bunny had hidden in all the different rooms here in Ozanam house .
It was no easy task but we all worked together as a team to solve egg-tremley tricky riddles all the while busting out a few dance moves!!
We put the finishing touches on our Easter baskets and having successfully completed the mission filled the baskets with lots of Easter treats!
With Easter fast approaching the preparations are well underway making Easter baskets to fill with lost of tasty treats . The group have been working hard to get these master pieces ready just in time for our Easter egg hunt! … Continue reading →
This week our senior youth service members were invited to the launch of Cecelia Ahern’s new book “perfect ” in the lighthouse cinema in Smithfield. The kind invitation to the event had been sent through our reader in residence Bernadette Larkin.
The interview with Cecelia really inspired our young people to read and even write their own novels in the future !
She gave fantastic tips on how to get the creative stream flowing and helpful tips on how to survive the world of book writing !
All our members received copies of the new book and second in the series , “Prefect”.
In order to fully grasp the new book they were also given copies of the first book in the series “Flawed”.
Cecelia provided some inspiration for all our members and took time to sign each book and answer questions they had about her success and how she achieved it.
Sensory play is vital in the development of young minds and skills, Michelle, our student on placement from IT Blanchardstown lead a fantastic session on sensory art this week by taking our youth group through a journey of their senses. … Continue reading →
Volunteers really are the backbone in Ozanam house and today we are out recruiting for our summer project 2017 in UCD at their Volunteer Fair 2017. If you’re around today feel free to pop by for a chat and some … Continue reading →
Ozanam House will be open for Youth Groups and Grinds Club registrations. Youth Clubs and the Grinds Club programmes cost €30 per person, per year. Registration Days: Monday 19th to Friday 23rd September 2016. Time: 3pm to 5pm
Ozanam House will be open for registrations for the Youth Music Club. We will be taking student registration for our Music and Dance youth programmes. We have classes in Guitar, Violin, Piano, Singing, Songwriting and Dancing. Classes cost €60 per … Continue reading →
Summer Project 2016 is drawing to a close. Over the last 6 weeks Ozanam House has been filled with the laughter of our amazing children. Looking back, we have done so much! Lots of day trips to the beach, Fort … Continue reading →
A huge thank you to all our amazing volunteers who’ve helped to give the children and young people an experience this summer that they will never forget! Without you there would be no Summer Project! Thanks for sharing your time … Continue reading →