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IT IS something of a local institution, and always one of the liveliest music nights of the year, when the Galway Street Club play their annual St Patrick's Weekend shows at the Róisín Dubh.
A call-out has been issued to remind all organisations across the town and county to get involved in Castlebar's Annual St Patricks Day parade, taking place on Sunday March 17.
Tomorrow is St Patrick's Day and throughout the county, community groups and organisations are busy putting the final preparations to a busy weekend of fun and activities. We have put together the details of some of the parades and events taking place around the county this weekend.
Swinford St Patrick's Day parade
The St Patrick’s Day parade in Lahardane this year is expected to be one of the largest the north Mayo village has ever seen.
A new car park is to be developed at St Patrick’s Church in Ballina if approval is granted by Mayo County Council.
St Patrick’s Drama Group, Westport, return to the stage once again with a revival of one of their most popular productions over the past 50 years, Michael Carey’s hit, Thy Will Be Done. This is the story of two brothers, and is set in the summer of 1998 in an old outhouse where Jack (Lennie Grimes) has been living for nearly 40 years after falling out with his brother Peteen (Tony Varley) who remained in the family home.
St Patrick's boys primary school situated in the heart of Galway city and with a long and illustrious history dating back to the time of the Great Famine, has announced that its annual open day will take place on Wednesday November 29 2017, starting at 2pm.
St Patrick's Drama Group in Westport is busy rehearsing Stolen Child by Yvonne Quinn and Bairbre Ni Caoimh. The play concerns a daughter's search for her mother, when she hires a detective she has no idea what is ahead of her. This gripping play uncovers life in an orphanage, forced adoption, but also friendship and loyalty.
The road safety office and Oifig na Gaeilge of Mayo County Council and An Garda Síochána are partnering throughout the county this weekend to encourage everyone celebrating St Patrick's Day to act responsibly and designate a sober driver. St Patrick’s Day falls in Seachtain na Gaeilge so the message is "Go dté tú slán", or in English, "Arrive alive" which will be displayed around the county on VMS roadside signs. Also leprechauns are coming out of the woodwork to assist road safety professionals and the gardai in Mayo to spread the road safety message in novel road safety campaign.