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DAITHÍ, THE Clare born, Galway based, violinist, producer, composer, electronica artist, and DJ releases the new track 'Mary Keane's Introduction' digitally on November 13.
A Kinvara-based entrepreneur has fulfilled his lifelong dream to offer an exciting new way to travel between Galway city and the Burren,
Our image today is of a painting entitled Morning – Landing Fish at Blackrock, Galway Bay by an English painter named Thomas Rose Miles dated c1895. There is probably a little artistic licence taken but it is a fascinating study of the bay which is very difficult to capture in paint. There is just a thin strip of land visible on the far side, nothing very dramatic, and of course the light and colours change constantly. The sunlit area we see on the Clare coast corresponds to Ballyvaughan and the landmass to the west of that has been darkened for artistic effect. Though they are probably not visible in this reproduction, there are a lot of fishing boats on the bay.
The eighth Burren Annual exhibition opens on Saturday at the Burren College of Art in Ballyvaughan, Co Clare. Curated by Josephine Kelliher, the event features a collaborative project from artist Marie Hanlon and composer Rhona Clarke linking the visual arts and music. The exhibition features both individual and collective pieces, prompted by and developed in response to the unique environment of the Burren.
Now that spring is in the air, why not take a trip to the picturesque village of Ballyvaughan in the heart of the Burren and make the most of the glorious sunshine. An Fulacht Fia Restaurant is a family run restaurant located just outside Ballyvaughan, enjoying superb views of Galway Bay. Emphasis is on locally sourced food which is lovingly prepared by the restaurant’s highly acclaimed chef Irmantas.
A new cookbook, Inside the Italian Kitchen by Italian chef Marco Roccasalvo and food writer Anne Kennedy, will be launched in L’Arco Italian restaurant in Ballyvaughan on Monday March 28 at 7.30pm. Marco Roccasalvo will also host a cookery demonstration on Tuesday, March 29 at 7pm in L’Arco.
A proposed ferry link between the Burren in Co Clare and Galway city could be in operation by early next year cutting journey times for commuters down to just 30 minutes.
In aid of the West of Ireland Alzheimer’s Foundation, Elaine Mellett, manager of the Coast Club Leisure Centre with six others is set to undertake a swim across Galway Bay, from the shores of Ballyvaughan to the shores of Furbo — a distance of 13km, landing at the Connemara Coast Hotel on Sunday next August 29.
Situated approximately 0.25 mile from Ballindereen village and N67 (Ballyvaughan Road), on the way to the quay at Killeenaran, this compact two bedroom home just might suit the purchaser looking for an ideally located retirement/ holiday base. Constructed in the 1970s, this home would require some updating and renovation to bring it up to modern standard.
On Saturday May 10 a series of charity events will take place throughout Galway to raise funds for St Lukes Cancer Hospital Dublin.