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There was tragic news for two County Galway communities this week with the fatal Boston shooting of a young Aran Island native and the loss of a “gentleman” Connemara farmer.
The next screening of the Westport Film Club will take place in Westport Cineplex on Wednesday October 5 at 8.45pm with a screening of Beginners. From Mike Mills, the writer/director of Thumbsucker, comes a new comedy drama about how deeply funny and transformative life can be, even in its most serious moments. Beginners unfolds through two intertwined storylines of Oliver and his father, Hal: in the present day, Oliver grudgingly attends a Halloween party where he meets Anna, an alluring French actress. But even as their budding courtship progresses, Oliver finds himself constantly dwelling upon his recently deceased father’s last years. At the age of 75, shortly after the death of his wife, Oliver’s father Hal came out of the closet.
An epic weekend of camogie unfolded as the two under-21 Roinn A semi-finals in the St Canice’s Credit union camogie championship plus the Leinster Intermediates were decided. The action began on Saturday as Mullinavat and Clara produced an all-time classic as they clocked up a staggering 15 goals between them in the first semi-final played in Ballyhale last Saturday afternoon.
An organisation representing general building contractors in Ireland has given a €15,000 donation to charity in memory of a highly regarded local consultant obstetrician/gynaecologist who passed away last year.
Athlone audiences are in for a unique treat as Athlone Film Club screens the powerful Polish Oscar nominated film, Katyn on Tuesday March 23 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone.
TheGalwayFlame.com and Salsamania.ie have teamed up to organise a unique event for Galway singles on Saturday August 8 at Red Square - speed dating with salsa dancing.
I brought her a bag of apples on our first ‘date’. Not very romantic, I hear you say. True. And not very generous. Also true (Tesco special offer – one pound for a ‘family bag’). I was merely continuing a tradition. She was Anne Gregory and during her childhood at Coole Park, “every year John Quinn, Grandma’s great friend in New York, used to send a great case of apples to us.” So it is recorded in Anne’s beautiful book Me and Nu, Childhood at Coole. ‘Nu’ was Anne’s sister, Catherine. If you haven’t read Me and Nu, treat yourself to a copy for the New Year. It is still in print after nearly 40 years.
On Thursday July 9, Laura and Gráinne Kavanagh will launch their new CD Shine A Light in Cooney’s Hotel, Ballymahon, in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is the first of the X-Men prequel series, giving Hugh Jackman another chance to show off his animal magnetism as we get the back story behind James Logan’s transformation into the fearsome and conflicted Wolverine.
Salsa dancing is an excellent way to stay healthy and fit and who better to do it with than with an experienced, professional, dancer from Latin America. Vitor from Brazil and his colleague Anna have formed Salsamania Ireland (www.salsamania.ie), teaching salsa classes all over the country. He has danced with international and national companies such as Cois Ceim, and was awarded an MA in dance performance from the University of Limerick.