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Westmeath County Council’s Atrium exhibition space in Mullingar welcomes Anne Marie Kearns as she opens her exhibition Caidreamh/Connection, tonight, Thursday April 9 at 6pm.
Castlebar Women’s Rugby are aiming to end 2014 on a high as they contest the Connacht League final this Sunday, December 7, at 1pm in Ballyhaunis against Buccaneers.
One of our favourite family spots has to be Mulberry’s restaurant in the village of Barna, on the coast road to Spiddal, close enough to Galway city to be almost considered a suburb. Set back from the main road, in a line of pretty shops, this is usually a busy spot with well thought out menus and family friendly dining. The two very hands-on owners, James and Deirdre Cunningham, are blessed with a good chef, Ziggy Kolanczyk. There is real focus on local seasonal produce and James himself can often be found foraging among the rocks on the local shores. The quality of ingredients, reasonable prices, and the casual elegance of the decor all adds up to a very good dining experience, with an emphasis on seafood and European style cuisine. Parking is both ample and free and the sky blue frontage is conveniently located next door to Ali’s Fish Shop, so you are guaranteed the seafood will be as fresh as can be.
The Castlebar ladies rugby team will be looking to bring some more provincial glory home with them, when they take on Tullamore in the Connacht Innovational Cup final in the Sportsground in Galway tomorrow at 2pm. The ladies team which only came into existence in 2012, has had a fairytale run over the past two years, going from strength to strength and winning trophies along the way. Last year they picked the Connacht League title with a comprehensive win over Canterbury Warriors on a scoreline of 45-6.
EVER SINCE the selection of his book The Spinning Heart on the Booker Long List, Donal Ryan has been hailed as Ireland’s ‘new overnight success’, ensuring the continuity of the long established, glorious, and precious literary tradition of which this country is justly proud.
The deadline for nomination entries in the Google Silver Surfer Awards with Age Action is fast approaching. The people of Westmeath have until Sunday September 15 to nominate a friend, neighbour, or relative who is over 50 and who has made modern technology a part of their daily life.
The Galway Chest Clinic has just launched its new Breathe Freely programme designed to improve the quality of life of people with chronic lung diseases, many of whom suffer from considerable shortness of breath on carrying out simple daily tasks. In particular, patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) due to smoking benefit from such courses.
Anne Marie Walsh, a native of Claremorris, and her team, have been given national recognition for their remarkable efforts to improve the future for patients in Ireland. The Croí My Action — an innovative community based cardiovascular disease prevention programme — is one of 14 inspirational initiatives out of 109 projects entered, which have been shortlisted in this year’s Astellas Changing Tomorrow Awards.
County senior cross-country
On Friday last, the launch of Sheraton Athlone Hotel’s second Autumn Wedding Fair was shared with Joe Duffy’s Liveline Show. Broadcasting from Sheraton’s impressive lobby, hundreds of Joe Duffy fans turned up to enjoy a rousing line-up of comedy and singing talent. Liveline’s roadshow took on a more fun and entertaining format and it went down a storm with local Athlone attendees including Fianna Fail TD Mary O’Rourke who thoroughly enjoyed the show.