Adult Education Classes Updates July

Adult Education Class Members created art pieces, clothing and different accessories in the past few months.


To round off the year we had a small social event and exhibition, followed by a presentation of certificates ceremony with the participants of the classes.

At the Exhibition Hall
At the Exhibition
A Selection of Modern style paintings
A Selection of Modern style paintings
From the Dressmaking classes
From the Dressmaking classes
A Selection of Paintings from Art Classes
A Selection of Paintings from Art Classes
Dressmaking Display
Dressmaking Display
If you are interested in taking some of our classes, just email us at admin@ozanamhouse.ie (01)8742804.

Ozanam House Come Dancing Nov 2022

Take the plunge and join up to be one of our dancers for Ozanam Come Dancing 2022. It is our ninth annual OCD (apart from the lost covid years!) and it is being held on the 18th of November in Liberty Hall. The wonderful Brendan Courtney will host again this year and we will also have celebrity judges and spectacular half time acts. All we ask is for a 30 minute commitment each week for 9 weeks and the enthusiasm to raise some funds for Ozanam House.

Join Ozanam Come Dancing 2022

If you would like to get involved or want to know more information, please contact us at niamh@ozanamhouse.ie or phone (01)8742804 by Friday August 26th 2022.

Mens Group Activities in July

The Men’s and Active Retirement Groups are getting active with a busy schedule of excursions planned.
Here is what is planned for the coming week:

On Monday, we are heading off for some 10 pin bowling at ALSAA and having a lunch in Kealys across the road afterwards.

On Wednesday, we are visiting Powerscourt House in Wicklow to enjoy the gardens and have a spot of lunch.

Keep an eye out for news and photos of what happened in the coming days.

Mens Group photo
To join or for more information, please Contact the Mens Group Co-Ordinator on (01)8742804 or email mensgroup@ozanamhouse.ie. You can also drop into Ozanam House to see us.

Active Retirement Group News June 2022

The Group has been very busy in the last few months since we have opened up more after the recent restrictions.

Take a look at what they have been up to…

Active retirement group enjoyed learning to cook new dishes on our Monday cookery classes in June.

Mary, a retired chef in our Active Retirement Group and volunteer Fionnula learning the tricks of the trade.

3 ladies prepping vegtables

ARG enjoyed some soft archery during June
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ARG enjoyed a trip to the botanic gardens in June
visiting the Botanic Gardens

ARG baking up a storm making brown bread and Guinness bread in June
3 mixing bread flour

ARG enjoy a trip to Dublinia in May
2 of the group with dublinia warrior statue

ARG went to see a Play Called Philo in Bewleys Café Theatre followed by some tea and cake in Marks and Spencer roof top cafe.
Enjoying a meal in M&S


We have fun classes and take exciting trips each month. Ages 55+ can join, just email us at activeretirement@ozanamhouse.ie or call us on (01)8742804 and ask for Amy (083 872 0212).

Meet Amy; Our New Active Retirement Coordinator

We are delighted to have brought on board our new Active Retirement group coordinator; Amy Elbay. Amy is Santry born and bred. She graduated from All Hallows with a B.A in Theology and English Literature with a Postgraduate Certificate in Dementia care from Trinity College. and a Masters in Chaplaincy studies from D.C.U.

In Amy’s words; “I’ve been working in providing activities and pastoral care for older people for the past eight years and have loved every minute of it. I’m really enjoying the role so far and I consider it a privilege to work for such a fantastic organisation.”


Our Active Retirement Group Are Back!!!

After such a long wait, we are delighted that the Active Retirement Group are back in the centre. Over the last few weeks, they took part in their usual activities like bingo and darts with new a few new ones thrown in like a virtual concert as well as trips to the Botanic Gardens and the Henrietta Street Museum.