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Culture Night is Ireland’s national celebration of culture, creativity and the arts. It takes place all over Galway city and county on Friday 21st September and sparkles well into the night. From Bofin to the Bridge of Banagher, from Bearna to Ballybane and beyond, dozens of entrancing, beguiling and enjoyable events are talking place in a truly brilliant programme that showcases the creative communities and landscapes of Galway, European Capital of Culture. The offerings this year – performances, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, classes, talks, walks and much more for all ages in every conceivable area of creativity - look to be the most exciting ever, and everything is free, brought to you with love from Galway! We’d like to offer a big thank you to all the hard-working artists and art groups, community groups, venues and volunteers who have made Culture Night 2018 possible. So go ahead, check out the brilliant programme and try something new!
BECOMING BELLE, the new novel by Nuala O’Connor, and MAPS, a visual arts exhibition from Group 8, will both be launched in Ballinasloe Library next week.
A CONCERT in the county, and the final show in the 3 Saturdays: 3 Kinds of Music series, await the ConTempo String Quartet next week, and all the upcoming shows are free.
Féile Cheoil Larry Reynolds takes place from Friday to Sunday, September 8 to 10, with a host of music and heritage events on offer in Ballinasloe.
On St Patrick’s Day from 9.30am-2pm, local artist Rosemarie Langtry will host an open studio in Ballinahown Hall, where she will invite the public to experience an artist studio, and be available to meet people and talk about her work.
THE ROLE of Women in 1916, and specifically the part played by Cumann na mBan in the run up to, and during, the Rising, will be the focus of a free conference taking place in the Ballinasloe Library this weekend.
COUNTY GALWAY played a significant roles in the 1916 Rising, seeing the most action outside of Dublin, and now those heroic, turbulent, violent, times are examined in a new publication.
There will be no reduction to the Local Property Tax rate in Galway city or county next year. At the September monthly meeting of Galway County Council, local representatives voted to keep the property tax rate unchanged while city councillors passed a similar motion at their meeting a fortnight ago.