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•The Galway Lawn Tennis Club hosts an open day on Saturday (June 26) from 12 noon to 5pm. Newcomers can sample the range of facilities available at the Threadneedle Road club, including trying out tennis, squash, and badminton with coaches available for all three sports. The club also offers an extensive range of facilities, including a sauna/steam room, personal training, indoor bowls, pool and table tennis, aerobics, chess, golf outings, and salsa and dance classes. Special membership rates are available on the day. Visitors are asked to bring a pair of runners.
The Saw Doctors, who are just back in Ireland after sell-out shows in New York at Irving Plaza, and Boston at the House of Blues, have announced two more Galway concerts on Tuesday June 22 and Wednesday June 23, upstairs at Kelly's, to add to the previously announced Galway shows at the Bridge Street venue on June 1 and 2.
One of the world's most innovative thinkers on traffic, community life, and urban design David Engwicht will speak about his ideas in Galway next week.
Leona McDonnell (26), from Garyduff in Castlebar, is delighted to announce the opening of Halo Hair Design, 2 Chapel Street, Castlebar. The salon opened to the public last Friday and Leona is looking forward to building her clientele from old contacts and new acquaintances.
Leona McDonnell is delighted to announce the opening of Halo Hair Design, 2 Chapel Street, Castlebar, today (Friday March 26).
Next month will see The Saw Doctors travelling to Australia for their first time in 17 years and the band is calling on Irish backpackers as well as the Australian-Irish community to come out in force and support the band.
There is not a person in Mayo today who hasn’t felt the inescapable grief that has come with the recent tragedies in the county.
A County Galway school is trying to contact Galway people living all over the world.
Túcan, instrumental acoustic guitar duo Donal Gunne and Pearse Feeney, are proud to announce the release of their debut album Aliquot Strings. Hailing from Sligo, Donal and Pearse have mined the riches of their talent to deliver a collection of nine tracks which cement their emerging reputation as one of the most exciting new Irish acts.
AUSTRALIA’S CIRCA company has wowed Galway Arts Festival audiences for each of the last two years with their breath-taking displays of physical grace and virtuosity. Their new show, Furioso, which marks Circa’s third festival appearance, will be eagerly awaited.