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Get ready for an O’Malley invasion at the end of next week, because they are all coming to Galway for the annual O’Malley Rally. The O’Malley Clan is a worldwide association of people bearing the O’Malley name. Its aim is to foster connections between people of O’Malley heritage and promote an awareness of the history of this Gaelic Clan and later this month they are holding their 63rd annual rally family day in the grounds of Claregalway Castle while a host of other events take place across the city and county.
Oscar Wilde was certainly onto something when he dubbed Connemara “A Savage Beauty.” The Oughterard Trails Festival, running from June 23rd to 25th, aims to highlight this beauty by showcasing the wonderful walks, scenery and heritage of this unique area.
THE COUNTDOWN has begun to the 2017 Galway Community Pride festival which runs from August Monday 7 to Sunday 13, and in advance of that, a number of fun fundraising events will take place.
Athlone 7s in the City takes place at Dubarry Park on Saturday, May 20. This is the fifth year that this event is being staged in the home of Buccaneers.
This week marks the first anniversary of the election of the 25th Seanad. Recently, the Advertiser spoke with Athlone-based Senator, Gabrielle McFadden, about her experience of the election and of life in the Upper House.
Athlone Castle will host a free family day on Easter Monday, April 17, from 12.30pm to 4pm to celebrate Cruinniú na Cásca - a new national day of culture and creativity.
Surprise the family with a luxurious February mid term break at the InterContinental Dublin in Ballsbridge, starting from *€345 per room per night (two adults/two children under 12 years). Relax and let the expert hotel team take care of everything while you enjoy the perfect city escape for the whole family.
If there is one kind of tree most of my clients ask for, it’s an apple tree. If you’re lucky enough to have the space for an orchard, there are many magical ways to incorporate such a wonderful feature, but even much smaller gardens can accommodate a fruit tree or two with careful planning.
Buccaneers face a tough opening test when the Ulster Bank League resumes on Saturday with the Midlanders heading north to Ballynahinch for a much-anticipated Division 1B joust at Ballymacarn Park. Buccs are then at home to Shannon on the following Saturday, which is also the Pirates’ family day.
Next Monday, August 15, there are more reasons than ever to go racing in Roscommon with the always highly anticipated family day taking place.