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Collaborative law, a non-confrontational means of solving family law problems without the threat of the courtroom, is to be officially launched next Tuesday, April 28, at the Radisson SAS Hotel at 5.30pm.
There will be music and fun for all ages when The Bealtaine Picnic event is held in the Galway City Museum on Saturday May 2 from 2pm to 5pm.
Classic Marquees, one of the premier marquee wedding providers in the west of Ireland, realises that your wedding is the most important event in your life and must be perfect in every way.
We often wonder what is the best way to accessorise, whether to match the shoes to the bag, or match the headpiece to the colour of the dress. It all depends on which look you wish to create. There are no definite rules but I believe in the adage “less is more”. Remember that the outfit should enhance your beauty, and for that you need to focus on the woman, not the dress.
Mayo County Council Arts Office is working with more than 20 active retirement associations throughout Mayo during Bealtaine 2009. Workshops with professional facilitators will take place in numerous art forms including dance, drama, creative writing, music and memory, samba and percussion, storytelling, and visual art.
A NEW book, examining how the Celtic Christianity of Ireland and Scotland, came under pressure from Rome as the Papacy sought to expand its influence, is to be launched in Galway.
Bealtaine Festival is Ireland’s national arts festival celebrating creativity in older age. This year over 55,000 people all over the country will take part in music, art, dance, writing, photography, theatre, and cinema events. As part of the nationwide festival Roscommon Arts Centre has organised events for active age and retirement groups from May 5 to 29.
Galwegian Gareth Kennedy, along with Sarah Browne, will represent Ireland at the Venice Biennale, the world’s most prestigious international visual arts showcase.
The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa believes that every couple deserves to have a fairytale wedding.