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KINVARA WILL host the town’s inaugural Midsummer Bash, a day of music and entertainment at Kinvara Community Centre on Saturday July 11 with Tony Trundle & Band and What The Funk.
THE FORGE at Gort Literary Festival begins on Friday March 29 with a reception in the Gallery Café, Gort, at 5.30pm to which all are welcome.
TOM PORTMAN, the gifted guitarist and Dobro player has a series of shows coming up around Galway city and county over the next month.
Over the past few years Gort has had a lot of bad press about the state of the road, the endless traffic jams, and of course the really bad flooding. Now that the town has been bypassed one might be forgiven for thinking that it is probably a ghost town with crater-sized potholes. Nothing could be further from the truth. The town has a super new smooth tarmac road all the way through it, nearly every premises has huge flowering hanging baskets and it is quite busy, in fact it looks very well. The phrase gorgeous Gort is being used by local businesses, and they are living up to this claim. One place that has seen a major transformation is The Gallery Café; you may have seen it located in the square area of Gort, painted a funky colour and indeed I was there back in 2006 and had some very good food. The Gallery Café has moved to a new premises, just off the main street at the junction where Supermac’s is located. The new premises is as funky as the last and must be 10 times the size of the previous one.
THE FORGE at Gort Literary Festival, a celebration of Irish writing, poetry, and music, in a town with deep and direct links to WB Yeats and Lady Gregory, returns on Friday March 26 and Saturday 27.
THE POET and musician Gabriel Fitzmaurice will lead an evening of verse and song at the Gallery Café, Gort, on Sunday February 7.
The winner of the 2009 Young Social Innovators Challenge for primary schools in the Gort area, organised by Transition Year in Gort Community School, will be announced on Saturday.