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If you have not experienced it yet, ‘glamping’ is a great way to go camping. There's no canvas, no rain worries, no hassle - and no hard work!
This July, Réalta School of Speech and Drama will be running a Speech and Drama workshop in Our Lady’s Boys Club, which is situated on Sea Road, Galway. This workshop will run over five mornings and the focus is on building confidence while having lots of fun.
Summer is a time associated with holidays, chilling out, sun [sometimes], and switching off from the daily grind of work to recharge the batteries. However, the extra free time may enable you to try out something different, be it a new sport, a new pastime, or even an opportunity to enroll in a course to learn a new skill.
Have you always felt you’d love a second chance? Do you feel you could do more with your ability and time? Galway Rural Development Company (GRD) are organising the first round of The Learning for Life series during May to give you a chance to hear about free courses and training workshops available throughout Galway City and County.
This July, Réalta School of Speech and Drama will be running a Speech and Drama workshop in Our Lady’s Boys Club, which is situated on Sea Road, Galway. This workshop will run over five mornings. The focus is on building confidence while having lots of fun!
Jewellery expert Phyllis MacNamara of Cobwebs, Galway, is renowned for spotting the up and coming stars of the jewellery world having being the first to stock such names as Rodney Rayner, Kenneth Jay Lane, Tatty Devine and Alexis Bittar, long before they became well-known International names in the industry. But now Phyllis has discovered a jewellery designer a little closer to home who she feels will be the next big name in jewellery design, namely goldsmith Nigel O’Reilly.
A unique, hand-painted jigsaw featuring five Kings of the Claddagh sailing past the Long Walk in a Galway Hooker will be unveiled in Claddagh National School this Friday, April 7 at 10am.
It’s World Book Day TODAY Thursday March 2 and the National Adult Literacy Agency is encouraging parents, grandparents or any carer of children to try to take 10 minutes a day to read to their child.
The Réalta school of Speech and Drama which was established in 2016 by Speech and Drama Teacher Michelle O'Grady and specialises in one-to-one classes for both children and adults with Autism, Down Syndrome and other special needs and challenges.
GTI Adult Education term 2 is open for registration with a great choice of programmes on offer for 2017.