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It has been another hard week, it is fair to say. There are none who are immune from the worry of this pandemic and its consequences. There are probably none who fully understand the changing rules and regulations with their ever changing status.
Mayo County Council’s Arts Service, The Office of Public Works (OPW) and the National Park & Wildlife Services, are delighted to announce that the visual artist, Susan Mannion, has been selected for the public art commission at the Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park.
Mayo County Council’s Arts Service is delighted to announce the public art commission: Navigating a Future. This commission is an opportunity for artists to create new artwork in response to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and our lives going forward.
Betty Moran was born in Tinnamuck in 1948 to Maggie and Patsy Mcloughlin and in 1973 married Johnny Moran from Doon following which they had three children Liz, Mags and John.
Festivals and community event committees from organisations such as the Athlone River Festival, Athlone Drama Festival, Moate Agricultural Show and their Midlands counterparts have been invited to participate in an engagement programme of events in the Enterprise and Technology Centre Ballinasloe, on Saturday, February 29.
The month of October promises to be laden with enticing live performances at the Dean Crowe Theatre, as three productions of note take to the stage at the west side venue.
Emma Willis, from The Young Offenders, and Ciara O’Callaghan, from Fair City, co-star in Gary Duggan’s potent new play, Spotless, which comes to the Town Hall, for one performance only, on Thursday May 2.
A new D class lifeboat for Ballyglass RNLI is to be officially named Clann Lir, during a ceremony at the inshore lifeboat station at 2pm on Saturday. The lifeboat, which went into service earlier this year, has been funded by a donation from the Central Bank of Ireland.
About a zillion decades ago, back in the days before finding yourself was actually called finding yourself, I found myself in Westport attending a Finding Yourself Course run by Anco. It was actually some form of computerised bookkeeping, but in those days it was the closest to anything technology-based that Anco were likely to offer. I had digs in Mrs Sheridan’s in Altamont Street and every morning and evening, fortified by breakfast cooked by Mary Calvey, I would traipse the walk between there and the Westport Ryan Hotel.
A goal separated Sarsfields of Galway and Slaughtneil of Derry, 1-10 to 0-11, at the end of an absorbing AIB All-Ireland Camogie Senior Club Championship final at Croke Park last weekend.