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The Galway Food Festival, which takes place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from March 29 to April 2, will feature an exciting selection of children’s events as part of this year’s line-up.
A fun- filled family Easter egg hunt takes place in the city this Easter Saturday.
Brigit’s Garden will host its popular annual Easter Egg Hunt, promising a magical afternoon for children on Easter Sunday from 1pm to 5.30pm.
The Mayo Advertiser has joined forces with Mayo County Council's road safety officer and Helena Chocolates to launch a sweet tasting road safety campaign ahead of Easter.
A campaign is being organised this Easter by Road Safety Mayo County Council, the Mayo Advertiser, and Helena Chocolates, Castlebar, whereby members of the public are asked to come up with a road safety slogan to be put on an Easter egg, and the winner will receive an Easter egg with the slogan on it sponsored by Helena Chocolates.
When it comes to festive entertainment Turoe Pet Farm has lots to offer regardless of the weather with its vast array of indoor space. Easter at Turoe Pet Farm kicks off the spring/summer season when the animals are put back out on the farm to await the visitors who feed them as the stroll around the all weather nature trail.
Westport House and Pirate Adventure Park have a lot of Easter activities over the weekend of April 7 and 8.
Groundworks Studios will run a series of craft workshops for children starting next week in Groundworks Studios, Lyrr Building 3, Mervue Business Park.
Once again Glendeer Pet Farm, Drum, Athlone will host its annual Easter egg hunt over the Easter weekend, from Saturday April 23 to Monday April 25 at 3pm each day.
JCI Galway is delighted to announce its annual Easter Egg Event will once again take place on Easter Sunday April 4. This annual event is one of the highlights of JCI and the children of Galway’s calendar! The event involves local children bringing their “extra” Easter Eggs to Masses at Barna, Claregalway, Knocknacarra, Mervue and Renmore. These eggs will then be collected by volunteers from JCI Galway and given to the childrens’ ward at NUIG and local worthwhile charities including COPE Galway and St. Vincent de Paul.