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Head to the Museum of Country Life, Turlough on Thursday April 9 at 11.30am to 4.30pm for a few hours of Easter family activities. Decorate your own Easter egg on Sunday April 12 from 2.30pm to 3.30pm, while on Thursday April 16 from 2.30pm to 4.30pm an Easter egg hunt will take place in the grounds of Turlough Park House. Other activities: On Friday April 17 from 11am to 1pm take part in a knitting circle for adults and children (aged seven or over) or on Thursday April 23 at 10am or 11.30am attend a water divining workshop with Austin McTiernan.
An Easter table quiz night in aid of the annual Belmullet Heritage Day will be held in McDonnell's Bar (Lobster Pot) at 9pm on Wednesday April 15.
A fun filled day for the family will take place in aid of Special Olympics on Easter Sunday from 2pm to 5.30pm in Breaffy House Resort. There will be lots of free Easter eggs, bunnies from Petworld, a bouncing castle, face painting, live music by Silver Circus, and an egg hunt. Admission is €5 per person or €20 per family (two adults and three children).
A race night will be held for Bullsmouth National School centenary celebrations in Masterson’s bar, Achill, on Easter Sunday, with the first race starting at 10pm.
Easter has a habit of throwing even those with the best intentions off course when it comes to healthy eating. However, all that chocolate need not mean an end to healthy eating.
The Orthodox Divine Liturgy for Pentecost will take place on Sunday June 7 at 3.30pm in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar.
This Easter there is a range of chocolate treats for all the family at M&S. Spoiling your loved ones is easier than ever, with 80 per cent of the M&S Easter range under €10.
The Mayo County Council arts office has announced the exciting line-up for the 2009 Force 12 Writers’ Weekend which is taking place this year from Friday June 12 to Sunday June 14 in Belmullet. Patrick Cotter will direct the weekend, with a host of well-known writers including Billy Ramsell, Clare Wigfall, John Corless, Liz O’Donaghue, Paula Meehan, Theo Dorgan, William Wall, and writer in residence Éilís Ní Dhuibhne. The weekend is dedicated to visiting writers’ groups and it will provide a great opportunity for Mayo writers to interact with groups from all over the country.