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Donegal Library Service launches FREE delivery service

Self-isolators to get library deliveries direct to their door DONEGAL County Council Library Service has launched a new FREE delivery service for those self-isolating during the current Covid-19 restrictions.  While the doors have been closed, the library service has expanded its significant digital resources to offer as comprehensive a service…...

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Daoirí Farrell – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Daoirí Farrell has been lifting people’s spirits A throwback to the folk-singing greats of old, with a modern flair, Dublin singer Daoirí Farrell has won over fans all across the world with his charm, storytelling and incredible talent, including a sold-out performance during Letterkenny Trad Week 2019. With a musical…...

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Web Designer Needed for ‘Living in Donegal’ Online Exhibition

  Request for Quotation – Web Designer – Living in Donegal (Online Exhibition) Living in Donegal is a RCC led Peace IV project that celebrates the rich and diverse culture of communities in Donegal by exploring the lives and experiences of 25 first generation Donegal born / living individuals. We are currently…...

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In Their Thousands online stream to benefit local service

The RCC presents an online concert this weekend raising much-needed funds for a local voluntary organisation. We are delighted to present one of the north-west leading independent acts, In Their Thousands, with a special opening performance by well-known mental health advocate, youth worker and folk singer, John Muldowney, recorded at…...

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Sibéal – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Sibéal captured the heart of the nation in 2020. Sibéal captured the heart of the nation this summer, but many people in Donegal may not be aware of her close ties to the county. Known mainly by her first name, the talented young singer from the Ráth Chairn Gaeltacht in…...

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Michael Gillespie – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Michael Gillespie’s new venture as a solo artist was just coming into full swing when the coronavirus pandemic hit the world. But a year on, this month, since the release of his self-produced debut album, All versions of the Truth, the Donegal Town man hasn’t let this hold him back…...

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Science Week 2020 with Donegal Library Service

Science Week offer some exciting events for Donegal children this year. Donegal Library Service presents an exciting programme of online events for the annual festival which takes place from 8th – 15th November in venues across Ireland. Science Week 2020’s theme is ‘Choosing our Future’ and focuses on how science…...

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Caitlín Nic Gabhann – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Caitlín Nic Gabhann is bringing the Irish concertina to fans across the globe. Renowned Gaoth Dobhair-based Meath musician and dancer Caitlín Nic Gabhann has recently added an advanced course to her already hugely popular website, www.irishconcertinalessons.com When she is not spending quality time with husband Ciarán Ó Maonaigh (Fidil, Na…...

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Telugu musical recorded and filmed in Donegal

Donegal is the perfect backdrop for a love story. A DONEGAL hobby film-maker has produced a new short musical filmed in picturesque locations around the county. నీ జతలో  (In Your Presence) is a new seven-minute musical by Letterkenny-based Raja Sekhar Rapaka, KoolImpressions Photography. A love story with a message, Nee…...

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Finbarr Doherty – In Conversation with RCC SOUNDS

Finbarr Doherty has said ‘goodbye’ to 21 songs. Inishowen singer/songwriter Finbarr Doherty has just released his third album featuring 21 songs written over a span of 25 years. The album’s title, Chapel Street to Somerville, is a reflection of that time, marking the Carndonagh street Finbarr lived on when he…...

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