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THIRTEEN IS seen by many as an unlucky number, but for a group of GMIT artists it is a very positive number as it represents their number and is the name of their new exhibition.
There appears to be something a little special about Kinvara, its village coastline, traditional pubs, and quaint buildings are very atmospheric. According to Shelagh McGann at Keane Mahony Smith, “Kinvara is fast becoming a much preferred location, the Barna of Galway’s east side if you like.”
Sixty pupils from third to sixth class in Northampton National School, Kinvara, have contributed to Across An Open Field is the first Irish history book written and illustrated by children.
Sixty pupils from third to sixth class in Northampton National School, Kinvara, have contributed to Across An Open Field, the first Irish history book written and illustrated by children.
The village of Kinvara retains its authenticity and there is noted and increased interest in the area in the last 12 months, according to agent Shelagh McGann at Keane Mahony Smith. The village, its super amenities, its coastline, and its great schools make it stand apart as a preferred location.
Four premises in Kinvara were broken into last Wednesday week (September 28).
An online petition to reinstate the green at Kinvara Pier has already attracted more than 700 signatures after the green was removed to facilitate the installation of holding tanks for a new sewage treatment facility.
THE SEEN and The Unseen, an exhibition of ceramics, sculpture, painting and photography by Bláithín Ní Leannain, Catherine Dunne and William Fulford, is about to open in Kinvara.
"WHAT DO you know about fine art printmaking?" is not a question that is asked every day, but printmaking is a popular and venerable art form, and those interested in it will be excited by a new exhibition.
DNG Lyons & Bracken is offering this impressive five/six bed home with circa 297sq m (3,200sq ft) of floor space for sale by private treaty. This large and attractively designed dormer style home is sited on circa 0.5 acre located in one of the most sought after areas in County Galway and represents probably one of the last opportunities to purchase a large family home with panoramic views of the Burren, with the added benefit of being within a few minutes of the beautiful coastal village of Kinvara.