Spraoi agus Spórt
Social, educational and recreational activities for Inishowen families
Throughout the school year we offer a range of activities including jiving, yoga, arts and crafts, music, ballet and dance. We also have an “After-School Club” from 1.50pm-7pm Monday – Friday.
Our Parent & Toddler groups help families share knowledge and experience. Other groups include our Mothers Together group for new mothers, Pregnancy Yoga, Ante-natal Classes and a Breastfeeding Group.
We have loads of ways to help keep your pre-schoolers engaged and active. Check out our “Active Play” and “Spraoi Time” programmes plus there are music lessons, ballet, arts and crafts and other fun activities throughout the year.
For the primary school age group we have activities throughout the year and also during the school holidays. Have a look at Club Gaelige, the School of Music and our After School Clubs, plus great holiday activities like surfing and drama.
Teenagers can check out Foróige, Table Tennis and Basketball. You might also like the School of Music – learn to play guitar, the bódhran and other musical instruments. Or you can join the Camera Club, and much more.
My son has a physical disability which means he can’t participate in football camps with his brothers, the variety of camps available in Spraoi agus Spórt meant my son could take part in other camps such as Art and Technology with his siblings, Spraoi agus Spórt normalizes my son’s summer experience, keep up the great work.Mary Lafferty-Fowley, Donegal
Thank you so much for providing such an array of superbly organized and delivered summer programmes, my daughter thoroughly enjoyed her summer holidays in Carndonagh– I have never seen so much choice available in a town before – wish we lived in Carndonagh so we could avail of this Centre all year round.Martina Roche, County Clare
A huge thanks to the team in Spraoi agus Spórt for another action packed summer programme at affordable prices – my children wanted to go to a camp every week! They loved the Creative Arts and the Music and Dance – hope to see lots more of the same next year.Maeve McLaughlin, Donegal