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Experienced sailors will take to the Corrib next week for the Cong-Galway race, Europe’s oldest inland water race.
The global Twitter-based charity event has a Galway dimension next month following the success of the first global Twestival on February 12 2009.
Galway City Arts Office, Galway Refugee Support Group, and Solas Community Arts have come together to launch a stunning photography exhibition showcasing the creative skills of the refugee communities resident in Galway city.
One hundred of the best amateur photographs of this year’s Volvo Ocean Race stopover in Galway are on display this weekend.
After a useful workout in London, Connacht now head to Gloucester for their second pre-season challenge this weekend.
No 7 Burren View Heights is located just off the Knocknacarra Road, which is flanked by the Upper Salthill Road and the Kingston Road. This residence has many special qualities including large spacious rooms and lovely rear landscaped lawns, but what is exceptional is the views of Galway Bay from both the first and second floors, which offer breathtaking panoramic views of the bay and beyond.
Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers has just brought to the market a superb four bedroom detached family home located in the ever popular residential development of Dangan Heights in Newcastle.
FRESH FROM their fantastic main stage performance at the Volvo Ocean Race, Big Bag of Sticks are reuniting one more time to play a fundraiser for Amnesty International in what is guaranteed to be a packed Roisín Dubh’s tomorrow night.
GALWAY’S HIGHLY successful Access Music Project is currently looking for new recruits. This is a fantastic opportunity for musicians to build on their talents, develop new skills, and interact and exchange ideas among other practicing musicians. This award winning project which is entering its 11th year, offers nationally accredited modules in music theory, piano, vocal, percussion, sound engineering, communications, and guitar taught by some of Galway’s best and most experienced tutors. It is a year long course commencing September 28. It is specifically aimed at the long term unemployed who have a basic knowledge, interest, and ability in music. It is designed to build confidence and empower individuals to reach their full personal potential through the medium of music.
This September Galway Arts Centre is offering a new fiction workshop, facilitated by writer Celeste Augé, who was shortlisted for a Hennessy Literary Award this year. Salmon Poetry recently published her collection ‘The Essential Guide to Flight’.