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The Outstepping Parkinson’s project is a partnership with Parkinson’s UK (NI), the Northern and Southern Trusts and Mid Ulster District Council. The project meets every week on [details] and events include films, talks, workshops and music performances.
The Forum was set up to promote access to and participation in the arts by local people living with disability. Events are held both in Ranfurly House and also in a number of outreach and day centres. Participants regularly exhibit their work collectively in the temporary exhibition space in Ranfurly House, and groups also use the Square Box auditorium to showcase performances for family and friends.
Dungannon Borough History Forum was formed in 2007 to mark the quadricentenary of The Flight of the Earls. Members continue to meet on a monthly basis on the second Tuesday of each month in Ranfurly House to develop knowledge of local heritage, share information and present events and talks.
The Club is a voluntary community organisation that brings people together every month in the Square Box to share great movies. Screenings are open to non-members. The club curates a wide selection of independent, foreign language and documentary films that do not get a general release in any of the major cinema complexes in Mid-Ulster. For more information or for film suggestions please contact W: www.dungannonfilmclub.co.uk, E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: Christopher Begley 07736 491 622.
The Camera Club offers an eclectic mix of photographer lectures and workshops throughout the year, which are open to the public. There is also an annual exhibition of members’ work. For more information, contact Reception.