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Galway City Museum is offering an exciting series of free fun online workshops for children this Easter. By visiting www.galwaycitymuseum.ie from Tuesday 6 April to Friday 9 April, children will be able to consider, explore and create whole other worlds of wonder. Here they can choose from several workshops and be inspired by what awaits.
St. Nicholas’ Parochial School is currently taking enrolments for the academic year, 2021/22.
ST PATRICK'S Day will be an online celebration this year. So as we have to do without the parade, the pageantry, and the festivities, we are delighted to announced that we have partnered up with Galway City Council to bring you St Patrick's Day at home festivities like no other! Tune in on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram page for a St Patrick's Day Takeover on March 17th 2021. We will be sharing and interactive content and activities for all the family, using the hashtag #StPatrickTakeover. Your contributions are also welcome. Just tag us in photos featuring your St Patrick's Day-at-home celebrations and use the hashtag #StPatrickTakeover.
ST PATRICK’S Day will be an online celebration this year. It's a great occasion to spend time with family and have fun at home. That's why The Galway Advertiser, Galway City Council and Galway Museum have come together to bring fun and interactive content and activities for all the family to your home. Discover about St Patrick's Day traditions history, give our St Patrick's Day quiz a try and enjoy games and activities with the kids, including DIY St Patrick's Day badges, Scavenger hunt and colouring!
St Nicholas’ Parochial School is currently taking enrolments for the academic year, 2021/22.
A number of weeks ago Galway City Museum invited the people of Galway to write a letter to future generations of Galwegians as part of their “Dear Galway” pandemic project. The idea of this project is to ask the public to share their lived experiences of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and to offer advice to future generations on how best to cope during such a crisis.
There's a uniqueness about Galway that is centred in the Latin Quarter, the cultural beating heart of a city that offers an experience all of its own.
Galway City Museum is inviting the people of Galway to write a letter to future generations of Galwegians. The museum is asking the public to share their lived experiences of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and to offer advice to future generations on how to cope during a global crisis.
St Nicholas’ Parochial School is currently taking enrolments for the academic year, 2021/22. St Nicholas’ is situated in Waterside, Woodquay, beside the Town Hall Theatre, close to NUIG and UHG. The school is known to many as ‘the hidden gem in the heart of the city’ and has a long tradition of serving the youth of Galway.
Ireland is steeped in myth, legend and folklore, and every corner of the island has its own stories of great warriors, fierce giants, troublesome fairies, enchanted animals and otherworldly phantoms.