Recovery Walk 2013 Video Out Now!
There is a long history of recovery walks and celebrations. Over 100,000 people participate in each year, with hundreds of walks across the US, Canada and UK. Recovery walks draw people in recovery, family members and friends - to celebrate recovery and offer hope to those still struggling.
Thank you Exchange Dublin for hosting our posters for the Recovery Walk 2013!
Exchange Dublin is a new collective arts centre in Temple Bar, Dublin run entirely by young people and holding discussions, gigs, visual arts and performance. Most projects originate from the autonomous “Exchange Groups” that use the space as a hub for their activity. Representatives from these groups form the general Exchange Dublin Collective that programmes and coordinates events in the space. All work is voluntary and no one is paid.
Exchange Dublin is a non-alcohol space and events are open to people of all ages.
“Exchange Dublin” is both a statement of intent and an invitation to the city.
For more informaiton check them out HERE
Due to new management in the RDS, the Funky Seomra has had to postpone their September 21st Anniversary Party, which means the planned Recovery Walk After Party has also been postponed. This is, however, the perfect chance to stay in Dublin's Temple Bar area and enjoy the Dublin Peace Festival which starts at 8pm in Meeting House Square and includes free music and cinema.
For more info on next Party Date visit the Funky Seomra
Céad Míle Fáilte to the Recovery Walk Ireland 2013.
I welcome The Recovery Walk back to Dublin and am delighted Dublin will be a part of 24 hours of Recovery Walks around the World. This international event raises awareness and builds community support around the concept of Recovery from addiction and will hopefully offer hope to those still struggling. I call on the the local communities around Temple Bar come out and support all the walkers. I wish all those taking part and the organisers of Recovery Walk Ireland 2013 the best of luck on Saturday 21st September.
Lord Mayor of Dublin