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Rainbows is a 12-week group support programme for children and young people who have suffered a significant loss through death, separation, or any painful transition. The groups are available for children and young people from seven years to 18 years of age.
A common sense parenting programme for school aged children (six to 16) will run on Thursday October 13 from 10am to 12 noon at Westport NYP, over St Anne’s Boxing Club, James Street, Westport.
At last Friday night’s Belle of Breaffy competition organised by Breaffy ladies GAA Club which was part of the Breaffy Blast Festival held in the village, Aoife Connaughton was crowned the Belle of Breaffy. As part of the competition, Aoife recited a poem she had written in tribute to the late Carmel Jordan who sadly passed away this summer. Carmel had been deeply involved in the ladies football club and other community activities until her passing. This is the poem that Aoife wrote and recited on the night
THE ALL Action Drama School will hold drama workshops for adults and children in the Town Hall Theatre next month.
Under 14 All-Ireland 7 a side
A WEEKEND workshop in the Michael Chekhov technique and Anne Bogart’s Viewpoints takes place in the Anno Santo Hotel on Saturday July 3 and Sunday 4 from 10am to 5pm.
CROOKED STILL play music inspired by American folk’n’trad, with traditional instruments such as banjo, fiddle, and double bass, but with the unusual addition of a cello.
Aoife ni Aileagain, a 10-year old budding artist from Scoil Raifteiri, Castlebar, needs your vote. She is a finalist in this year's Le Crunch Health Heroes poster competition for primary school children.
BONE CARVING is one of the most ancient of crafts with deep roots in Irish history and now a new gallery and studio in Galway city is seeking to revive the artform.
GALWAY’S WEST-End star Aoife Mulholland has released her new album Live From Galway, which was recorded during her sell-out concerts in the Town Hall Theatre last July.