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The South Westmeath Hospice Committee has announced details of their first ‘Save YOUR Hospice’ campaign event. The committee along with their supporters will host South Westmeath’s biggest ever coffee morning on Saturday, September 21, in Athlone GAA Clubhouse from 10am to 2pm.
The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, will be taking part once again in National Heritage Week, running from August 17 to 25.
LIVEFEED: Workshop & Open Mic is a Galway 2020 project for young people interested in music performance, production, promotion, songwriting, sound engineering, and music related photography, social media, and journalism.
PAINTCLUB IS hosting a family 'Painting & Brunch' event in Tribeton this Easter, where both adults and the junior artists of the house, can get together and create a masterpiece.
With Easter just a few short weeks away, it may be time to think about how to keep your little and not-so-little ones entertained during the holidays.
At 2pm on Saturday afternoon, the hopes and dreams of three Mayo schools will all come down to what happens on the football field, as St Colman's College, Claremorris, Ballinrobe Community School and Our Lady's, Belmullet, all go looking for victory on the field of battle.
SSE Airtricty Moycullen Basketball will be hoping to celebrate the Christmas with a fourth Superleague win when they host Radisson BLU UL Eagles on Sunday in the Jes (2pm).
To mark 10 years in business, Hodson Bay Health and Leisure is delighted to launch its ‘10 Year Anniversary Celebration Day’.
To mark the 150th anniversary of the building, join Patrick Butler, formerly of Turlough Park House, to hear about the man who had the house built, Charles Lionel FitzGerald (1833-1902). Booking for this event is required. You can book by calling (094) 9031751 or by emailing [email protected]
Included in Colleran auctioneer's next auction on June 18 is No 242 Tirellan Heights, a three bedroom semidetached house, tucked away in a small, quiet, cul de sac on an elevated site that overlooks the city and offers views of Galway Bay.