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Water Babies' autumn term of classes starts at the end of August. The term runs for 10 weeks with weekend and weekday classes held in Oranmore, Ballybrit, Salthill, Newcastle, Athenry, and Claregalway.
Tourism providers along the Wild Atlantic Way got another boost this week with the commencement by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) of a twice weekly service between Shannon and Stockholm. The service is the first between Shannon and Sweden’s busiest airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, and the first between Shannon and Sweden in some 12 years.
Autumn colours are all around us. There are plenty of crisp leaves floating from the branches of trees, and the world is full of those delicious autumnal colours of orange and yellow, red and brown.
Water Babies' autumn term starts in August and the company is now taking bookings for classes. Classes take place in the Clayton Hotel, Salthill, Claregalway, Athenry, and at Enable Ireland, Newcastle.
Cregal Art will host a variety of art classes and workshops this autumn to facilitate both adults and children. The classes are a great way to express your creativity, imagination, and originality, and learn from experts in the field.
The new autumn series of business training courses has been launched by the Local Enterprise Office Galway.
Families across the Galway region should reserve a few hours for the ‘Deireadh an Fomhair’ celebrations at Coole Park during the October Bank Holiday weekend. The line-up of events commences on Sunday October 28 with a multitude of activities to appeal to children collectively known as ‘Spooky Stuff For Kids’. Spooky Stuff For Kids consists of smelly spell cocktail and stick skeleton making, with an eerily themed scavenger hunt to finish the day. Children are invited to arrive bedecked in a Halloween costume but they do not have to dress up. The fun begins at 2.30pm and ends at 4pm.
Coole Park will be celebrating autumn with woodland walks and other events taking place at weekends throughout October.
Colour blocking has been a huge trend so far this year and this is set to continue as we move into autumn/winter. Here at Born the store is awash with 'boozy colours' — our new arrivals feature burgundy, mustard and berry tones that give you a lovely warm comforting feeling, a necessity with the weather we have been having of late.
With on-trend solutions in sizes 12-34, luxurious lingerie in sizes 32-50 and cup sizes A-K, fashionable footwear in sizes 4-9 and available in a choice of wider fittings, Oxendales has everything you need for your autumn wardrobe.