Pinehill Studios at Mountain Top Letterkenny have launched an exciting season of summer camps to make this summer go by in a whirl of fun and activity.As summer holidays come ever closer, why not find a great camp for your child at Pinehill Studios?It’s hard to believe, but that time of year is almost upon us again: in a matter of weeks, the children will be off school. With eight weeks to fill, many parents will be looking for some way to entertain their energetic tiny humans which doesn’t involve breaking the bank or indeed breaking a sweat as the constant refrain of ‘I’m bored’ threatens to reach saturation.To help alleviate parental stress and childish boredom, Pinehill Studios have a variety of action-packed summer camps that are sure to entertain, amuse and tire out your little darlings over the upcoming holidays starting from 2nd of July until 3rd of August.Incorporating singing, hip-hop dance, acting, fun, games, self-esteem and confidence-building in a non-competitive, fun-filled and safe environment, Pinehill Studios camps are suitable for both boys and girls aged between 4 and 9. No experience is required and often it is the shy child who finds their inner diva whilst hitting stage for the first time.Here’s your guide to camps dates & details: 8th – 12th July CLOWNING AROUNDThis was our most popular camp last year…Pinehill Studios brings you CIRCUS SCHOOLRoll up Roll up the circus is coming to town! For one week only walking into Pinehill Studios will be like walking into the Big Top. Come and enjoy the freedom of clowning around while learning tricks and skills such as juggling, acrobatics and much much more. Your children will be engaging in a variety of activities to challenge and improve their fitness levels, balance and co-ordination along with promoting self-confidence, self-awareness and gaining an understanding and acceptance of difference. This year’s popular fantasy adventure film Dumbo will also be a main feature of this week’s activities as we use Dumbo’s experience of saving the circus to help children celebrate difference, cherish family and make their dreams take flight.Book online at: www.pinehillstudios.ie/camps 15th – 19th July Step Up Dance CampDance like nobody’s watching and even if they do, who cares? DANCE ANYWAY. Shake up the summer with Pinehill’s Step Up Dance Camp. Children will get the opportunity to engage in a variety of dance styles including hip hop, jiving, beginners breaking, popping, musical theatre, contemporary and much much more. This camp will give your children the opportunity to express themselves through the art of dance while exercising and increasing their fitness levels in a fun filled way. They will also be introduced to different genres of music and explore concepts such as rhythm, body awareness, timing and improvisation.Book online at: www.pinehillstudios.ie/camps22nd – 26th July Pinehill’s Got Talent The nation is at a loose end and craving its weekly fix of “Ireland’s Got Talent”. Well they don’t have to wait much longer. “Pinehill’s Got Talent” is coming to Pinehill Studios on the 22nd of July. Who needs the Helix when we have got Pinehill Studios!Whether your child wants to try their hand at presenting like Mrs Lucy Kennedy, sit in the hot seat like judge Louis Walsh or take to the stage like the thousands of this year’s contestants to showcase their talent, there is an opportunity for everyone at Pinehill. We focus on children’s strengths and work towards promoting their self-confidence. The end of week show is sure to give the children and parents a laugh and a giggle while evoking a sense of pride in everyone’s achievements. Although we don’t have a €50,000 cash prize, everyone at Pinehill Studios goes home a WINNER!Book online at: www.pinehillstudios.ie/campsEach Camp will run from 10am-3pm each day. 2 groups 4-6yrs & 7-9yrs. (groups will be divided by age and ability)Children should bring a packed lunch and plenty to drink. They should wear comfortable clothing such as leggings or tracksuit, and soft shoes or runners.The week-long courses cost €80. BOOK ONLINE NOW www.pinehillstudios.ie/campsSibling discounts also available. T & C’s apply *one discount per family.Summer Camps 2019: No such thing as boredom at Pinehill Studios! was last modified: May 1st, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:KidsPinehill Studiossummer camp
Tags:#Facebook#voice#web Nothing in the image indicates a Skype partnership, but with last Fall’s “deep integration” in mind, we thought it would be the most likely partner-in-crime. When we last wrote about the Facebook-Skype partnership, we wrote “What we’re really hoping to see from this partnership are Skype buttons on Facebook that launch Skype calls and SMS capabilities.” This would go beyond Skype buttons, with direct integration. We asked Skype if it had anything to do with it, to which we received a “no comment.” A Facebook spokesperson offered a standard response, saying “We don’t comment on rumor and speculation and have nothing to announce at this time.”The move would make a lot of sense for Facebook, which has worked recently to become the center of your online communication experience. Its recent “not email” announcement debuted a form of communication that would supposedly work seamlessly between devices, so that there would be little differentiation between messaging, email and Facebook chat. Voice calling between users, whether from browser to browser, phone to browser, or browser to phone, would just make sense in creating a more seamless communication experience.Have you seen the “call” button on your Facebook? Have you clicked it? Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification mike melanson Last September, news broke that Facebook and VoIP service Skype were about to announce a “deep integration partnership” that would bring integration of SMS and voice chat. A couple weeks later, we got Skype 5.0, which included an integrated Facebook phonebook and browsing, but we asked when we would see the opposite – Skype integration on Facebook.Today, The Daily What has an image from a tipster that shows a feature similar to what we were hoping for – voice calling integrated on Facebook.According to The Daily What, their tipster wrote them, saying “So I was just chatting on Facebook chat and I got the option to ‘call’ my friend. it swiftly disappeared.” Take a look at the screenshot: The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit
A special court has reserved for July 31 orders on framing of charges against a private firm, its two directors and another person in a case of alleged irregularities in the allocation of the Dhadhu coal block in Jharkhand. The CBI is prosecuting Pawanjay Steel and Power Limited (PSPL), its two directors, Gyanchand Prasad Agarwal and Umesh Prasad Agarwal, and S.K. Kanungo, chief manager (Marketing) of Hari Machines Ltd (HML) in the case.The court reserved the order on conclusion of arguments by counsel for the accused and the prosecution.The court had on September 28 last year summoned them for criminal conspiracy and cheating, saying “prima facie there were sufficient incriminating evidence on record against them.”They had been later granted bail after they appeared before the court on November 9 in pursuance to a summons.The CBI had registered a case of cheating and criminal conspiracy under the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act against PSPL, its directors, Mr. Kanungo and other unknown persons, including public servants.Criminal conspiracyPSPL and its two directors along with Mr. Kanungo hatched a criminal conspiracy with a view to deceive the Ministry of Coal (MoC) to induce it to allocate a captive coal block in favour of the accused firm, the charge sheet said.
While all eyes are on Michelle Obama’s wardrobe during her India visit, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, too, made some style news.Congress chief Sonia Gandhi sported a bright coloured sari during her meeting with US President Barack Obama on Monday.Sitting at the same table as the Obamas at the private dinner hosted by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur, Sonia tweaked her personal style just a bit to show her appreciation.Sonia may not have been as eclectic and experimental as Michelle, who was dressed in a dazzling black and gold ensemble by Indo-American designer Naeem Khan, but she still managed to create some ripples with her choice of a sari.While no one expected her to wear a gown or something extremely festive, she departed a little bit from her trademark style to show she made an extra effort for the party.Dressed in a midnight blue traditional weave silk sari with a mahogany gold border, one saw her in a colour she has probably never worn before. Even her choice of gold drop earrings is something she isn’t generally associated with. Considering she gave her usual neutrals, pastels, khadi and pearls a miss, which was a noticeable departure from her style.While Michelle is iconic in that she mixes high street labels with high end ones and keeps it constantly innovative, Sonia’s appeal comes from keeping it consistently chic and personal.Her trademark traditional weave saris, kitten heels and neatly done hair have got her a style icon’s tag many a time. She does, however, tweak her granny chic look now and then, when the occasion demands it.advertisementShe is known for her love of Paithani saris and white cotton churidar-kameezes. So the sari, which looked like a kanjeevaram, was quite ‘dressy’ for her. She usually goes for temple designs, ikatweaves and gold threadwork only on rare occasions.
DIED: Samar Guha, 85, freedom fighter and associate of Subhas Chandra Bose, in Kolkata. He was a former MP and a member of the Janata Dal (S). RANKED: Shooter Anjali Vedpathak, as World No 1 in the women’s 10 m air rifle event, by the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF).QUALIFIED:,DIED: Samar Guha, 85, freedom fighter and associate of Subhas Chandra Bose, in Kolkata. He was a former MP and a member of the Janata Dal (S).RANKED: Shooter Anjali Vedpathak, as World No 1 in the women’s 10 m air rifle event, by the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF).QUALIFIED: Jeev Milkha Singh, as the first Indian to play the US Open golf tournament (one of the US professional circuit’s four golf majors.) He made the cut for the money-making rounds and tied for the 62nd place.CHOSEN: For knighthood, Cambridge University professor Partha Sarathi Dasgupta, for his service to economics. Also chosen for the honour is industrialist G.K. Noon.