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The We Won’t Pay campaign will hold an open air street meeting this evening at 7.30pm in the car park of Ballybane library.
Funding of €100,000 for Galway city and county’s 29 libraries is “not acceptable” or anywhere near enough to maintain “this vital service”.
CONSCIOUS OF the fact that Galway’s literary festival, Cúirt, was becoming somewhat estranged from the people of Galway, for whom it was inaugurated, it was decided four years ago to organise a number of events in and for local communities, to bring the festival back to the people.
WHO IS afraid of Liam O’Flaherty? The Irish government in the 1920s for one, banning several of the Aran Islander’s novels during this period.
The Friends of Merlin Woods Heritage Week begins on Saturday and runs until Sunday, August 25.
An exhibition covering issues of religion, interculturalism, integration, and diversity, opens in the Ballybane Library on Tuesday.
A number of events celebrating National Biodiversity Week will be held in Galway over the next week.
DURING THE late 1970s when we had a bookshop in Maynooth, there is a memory of a young student who was the wittiest, most cynical, and most laid back person I had ever met. He was the quintessential bohemian and seemed to be totally at ease with, and somewhat disdainful of, the world around him.
A exhibition examining Galway’s past and present and entitled “Architecture in Space and Time” is taking place at City Hall.
Alongside the traditional readings in the Town Hall and book launches, the Cúirt festival will also reach out to the public with a series of imaginative events and gatherings.