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An awareness of the untold story of the heritage of Lough Ree encouraged members of the local community to establish the Glasson Lough Ree Heritage Group.
Providing a pertinent service to the local community since 2006, the Athlone Family Resource Centre (AFRC) has continued to operate despite vacation of the Battery Heights base premises to a temporary location at Shannon Academy.
Stressing the urgent need to maintain the highest health standards as Covid-19 makes a vivid presence on our national landscape, Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has called upon the citizens of Athlone and its environs to adhere to national guidelines as authorities attempt to control the spread of the virus.
The opportunity to explore the science of Chernobyl in Athlone Library, space exploration at the Rocketeers Roadshow with Simon Watt and Harry Potter science were just some of the informative and exciting events which took place during the annual Midlands Science Festival last week.
Athlone Castle, Luan Gallery and Abbey Road Artists’ Studios will be offering a busy and exciting schedule of free events for this year’s Culture Night taking place tomorrow, Friday, September 20.
Members of Extinction Rebellion Athlone will host a demonstration relating to matters climate change outside Athlone Library at 3pm on Friday, September 20.
A day laden with activities for children is certain to entertain as the Athlone Family Resource Centre and Westmeath County Council library services have excitingly collaborated for the annual Cruinniu na nOg national event.
Athlone Arts Group are hosting an exhibition of new works in the Athlone Library atrium at the civic centre from Thursday, April 25. Westmeath County Council has made this exhibition space available for local artists to exhibit their work. It complements the Luan Gallery perfectly and affords local artists a platform to exhibit their work to the public at large.
Westmeath library service has launched a new initiative in Athlone which supports families on their visits to the library. When children visit the library they can be overwhelmed by the noise, the colours and the activities, with parents occasionally feeling under pressure from other people’s expectations.
The Midlands Science Festival, which will take place across the region for people of all ages from November 11 to 18, promises a full programme of innovative and fun hands-on events.