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LEADING IRISH DJs will be spinning the decks at Electric for the Abbeygate Street club’s St Patrick’s Weekender series of events, running from Saturday to Monday.
One of the great moments in the 20 year history of the annual Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering, was the arrival Lady Gregory’s two surviving grandchildren, Anne de Winton, and Catherine Kennedy. They drove up the avenue at speed, let their dog out for a run, and came over to the welcoming crowd grinning broadly.
McCambridges of Galway has been awarded Just Ask Restaurant of the Month for April.
Former council colleagues of Deputy Nicky McFadden have paid warm tributes to the Fine Gael TD who passed away last week, describing her as a “lady” who was “everyone’s friend”.
The much loved and admired politician Nicky McFadden (51) was laid to rest in Coosan yesterday, Thursday March 27.
Listening to the concerns of the people and working to ensure a safe city that embraces multiculturalism, that anti-social behaviour is stamped out, and infrastructure projects such as the Galway City Outer Bypass are progressed, are just some of the ways Galway’s newest city councillor Michelle Murphy hopes to make a difference.
The You’re A Champ competition, organised by the Midlands Regional Youth Service, celebrated its 10th year of teamwork, youth participation, and fun last Friday.
A 25-minute documentary, Buscáil shot by Fearghal Ó Maolagáin while studying at NUI, Galway will be broadcast on TG4 on Monday, September 10 at 8pm.
Last Thursday the Salthill Hotel was a taste for the senses as McCambridge’s on Shop Street celebrated its eighth annual Food and Wine Fair. Proceeds raised on the evening all went to a local charity and national schools. The function room was a myriad of tasty treats, heart warming snacks, award winning artisan produce, sweet delicacies and rich wines from some 40 award winning food and wine producers, many of whome are from the immediate Galway area.
I was at the two under 21 semi-finals in McHale Park last Friday evening. It was a wonderful evening for football and the football on view was good too. The first game between Aughamore and the combined forces of Hollymount and Carramore had a dramatic finish. For long periods Aughamore looked the dominant side and appeared to be cruising to a fairly comfortable victory, but the Holly/Carra boys never stopped believing in themselves and persevered right to the very end. They finished strongly, eventually winning by two points. The Aughamore boys appeared shocked that they had not managed to close out the game and they will scratch their heads for a while yet wondering how they managed to let this one slip away.