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Sunderland Rose Talitha Orlandi returned to her home town of Mullingar this week to seek some inspiration for choosing a dress for the upcoming Rose of Tralee Festival.
There’s festival fever in Mayo this summer and what a county this is for staging innovative and crowd pleasing events season after season.
Gnó Mhaigh Eo in conjunction with the Croí Chaisleán an Bharraigh Festival Committee are running a Tóraíocht Taisce Shopping Treasure Hunt) with a twist on Saturday July 21. As part of Gnó Mhaigh Eo’s Labhair Gaeilge Liom (Speak Irish to Me) campaign they are inviting all businesses in Castlebar to get involved. The aim of this event is to encourage gach éinne ó Maigh Eo to come to Castlebar for the day, get the opportunity to practise their Irish and be in with a chance to win prizes and vouchers from Castlebar shops while they’re at it.
Plans are being finalised for the second annual Croí Caisleáin an Bharraigh (Heart of Castlebar) shopping festival which is to take place on Saturday, July 21.
Proceeds from sales at Brian’s Treasure Chest from Tuesday June 5 to Saturday June 9 will be going to local cancer support centre, LARCC.
Open just under a month, Lucky 7 Tattoo is located on Castle Street, Castlebar above Collins Estate Agents. Carl, the tattoo artist, has several years’ experience and offers a range of versatile artwork and custom designs to cater for anybody thinking of getting a tattoo; from small intimate pieces, to one-off artwork, developed by the input of the customer and the imagination of the artist.
Emily Logan, Ireland’s Ombudsman for Children, will be the special guest of honour at the Mayo Children’s Initiative (MCI) information Open Day on Friday April 27 next, at MCI’s offices at 15-20 Sean Bhaile, Castle Street, Castlebar, starting at 11am.
Roscommon town’s annual Easter parade looks all set to be a spectacular affair this Sunday. A huge effort has been put in over the past few weeks and the committee reports that there are some very colourful and inventive floats this year which will make for a very entertaining day for all those attending.
In April 1912 14 men and women from Addergoole in north Mayo set sail from Queenstown, Cork, for a new life in America. Within days, 11 had died in the icy waters of the north Atlantic. Their ship, Titanic, sank on her maiden voyage.
With less than two weeks to go, organisers of Roscommon’s annual Easter parade are appealing for anyone wishing to take part in this year’s event to register their interest as soon as possible.