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Rip to the Rescue! is a dark sci-fi comedy written by Cian McGarrigle (Burning Wishes, Red Rock, Nowhere Fast), directed by Paudie Baggott and produced by Sarah Barr (Them’s The Breaks). The project is funded by the Kildare County Council through their Short Grass Film Award.


Did you know, 4 out of 5 child car seats are incorrectly fitted?
Get your child's car seat checked for FREE.


Kildare County Council offices are closed today 16 October.


Time to get creative! Oil Painting, Watercolour, Drawing with pencil, charcoal and ink.

Visual artist Paul Flynn will be teaching a ten-week art class starting on Monday 16 October in Brannockstown.

Kildare County Council is launching an online survey to get feedback on its website from the residents of Kildare.


A Kildare triathlete and local gym owner will be taking to the world stage in October 2018 after he recently secured his place at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.

The Simon Community are short volunteers for a fundraising event - Please share this notice.


This years Kildare Culture Night has a jam-packed programme of FREE events for the whole family.
From tours to workshops, performances, talks and exhibitions there is something for every taste!



Indoor and Outdoor Events for the whole family!

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Kildare County Council is launching an online survey to get feedback on its website from the residents of Kildare.


Visual artist Paul Flynn will be teaching a ten-week art class starting on Monday 16 October in Brannockstown.

Kildare County Council offices are closed today 16 October.


Time to get creative! Oil Painting, Watercolour, Drawing with pencil, charcoal and ink.

Did you know, 4 out of 5 child car seats are incorrectly fitted?
Get your child's car seat checked for FREE.


Rip to the Rescue! is a dark sci-fi comedy written by Cian McGarrigle (Burning Wishes, Red Rock, Nowhere Fast), directed by Paudie Baggott and produced by Sarah Barr (Them’s The Breaks). The project is funded by the Kildare County Council through their Short Grass Film Award.

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