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Galway businesses are joining forces to make Christmas extra special this year.
Hundreds of restaurants, cafés and bars across Galway city and county are partnering with local food producers for Dine in Galway week, running from November 5 to 11 as part of the European Region of Gastronomy.
Blackberry Hearing was established in 2015. John Ryan and Dave Gleeson, the founders, drew on their long business experience to provide quality solutions at the best prices with exceptional customer care.
Tom Jive is teaching beginner four week jive courses in The Ardilaun hotel, Taylor’s Hill, Galway, this November. This is a wonderful opportunity to improve your dancing skills for the next social event or wedding you attend.
An iconic Festive Light and Colour Experience is coming to Galway this Christmas. It will be family focused and will include; an official Light-up Ceremony, large Lighting Installations and Projections on iconic buildings. The magnificent Lighting Features will act as beacons and attraction points. They will navigate visitors throughout the city while providing interactive photo opportunities in some of the most photographed city centre landmark locations. These are spectacular Christmas decorations that are all LED lit, making them very energy efficient.
THERE ARE ABBA songs you know by heart and ABBA songs you know the chorus of. There are many out and proud ABBA fans, and plenty of others for whom ABBA is the ultimate guilty pleasure.
Fernhill Garden Centre on the Ballymahon Road, Athlone will launch its annual Christmas shop on Thursday next, November 8.
Kiddie Kouture is Galway's only clothes store which caters solely for children aged 0-12 years. Situated in the Town Park Centre, Tuam Road, the store offers a wide selection of children's clothing.
DYLAN MURPHY, the Galway based blues-rock singer-songwriter and 60 Watt Girl will play Sos #4 - a celebration of Galway city and county's diverse original music community - at the Nuns' Island Theatre.
Quay Street has a new member of the family - Jianbing Bar. The cafe, whose sister restaurant is the hugely successful Xi'an Street Food, is the only one of its kind in the west of Ireland which specialises in the Chinese dish Jian bing. Jianbing is a traditional Chinese street food similar to crepes. Created more than 2,000 years ago in the Shandong province, Jian bing is generally eaten for breakfast and is known as one of China's most popular street breakfasts.