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Off the longest county coastline in Ireland, around scores of islands, as many lakes and along 100 rivers, the inhabitants of Mayo have taken to their boats and exploited our county's waterways in a sustainable manner for hundreds of years. That strong heritage is etched on our crest and is alive and celebrated today. Irish traditional boats in general took on distinctive regional characteristics and the designs of crafts were shaped by purpose, available materials and historical circumstances. Because of our geographical size, Mayo has been a focus of academics studying our many contributions to traditional boat typology.
THE YEAR is 1962. Teenager Tracy and her friend Penny are watching The Corny Collins Show. When the chance to dance on the show arrives, Tracy quickly takes the opportunity.
The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival takes place this weekend on Nimmo’s Pier from tomorrow September 23rd to 25th. Among the feature events are the World Championship Oyster Opening competition which this year will see an unprecedented 20 international champions vie with each other for the title.
There is just one week to go until the 2016 Galway Food Festival which will celebrate '100 Years of Irish Food' and see leading Galway, national, and international chefs give live cookery demonstrations.