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To celebrate Ireland’s family carers, Carers’ Week is being held from Monday June 9 to Sunday June 15 with events in Galway city, Loughrea, and Athenry.
The Galway Sea Festival has the potential to become a major maritime event for the city and county according to organisers who were delighted with the success of the inaugural festival weekend and flagship Gathering event. The festival commenced with the Bright Blue Sea Conference on Thursday with 130 participants attending the day long conference on marine related topics including Sea TECH, Sea PORT, Sea ENERGY and Sea PORT.
LORG PRINTMAKERS will hold a fundraising event at the Galway Greyhound Stadium, aka The Sporstgound, on College Road, tomorrow, Good Friday.
Legendary GAA commentator Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh will be the guest MC for a special Galway hurling fundraiser next month.
• The Galway Ladies minor team overcame Roscommon in Menlough on Saturday. In what was a must-win game to keep their Connacht hopes alive, Galway on 2-10 to 0-7. The ladies now have a weekend off before they face Sligo in the final round-robin game, in which a win can keep their Connacht final hopes alive. The u14s, however, suffered a heavy round-robin championship defeat on Thursday to an excellent Roscommon side. As a result, they must win in their next match away to Mayo on Saturday. This takes place in Kiltimagh at 5pm. The seniors continue their preparation for the league semi-final against Clare in Birr on April 29, and Con Moynihan is hoping a few injuries to players will have cleared up in time for the clash.
Galwegians will be able to enjoy free non-alcoholic beverages, courtesy of Coca-Cola in 50 pubs across the county this Christmas.
Coláiste Iognáid, on Sea Road, has launched a major fund-raising initiative to support the building project currently on-going at the school.
A night at the dogs in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice Palliative Care Service will take place at Galway Greyhound Stadium on Wednesday July 28.
A memorable evening is most certainly assured when the first Donkey Derby to be held in Galway city for more than 30 years takes place on Thursday next July 29 at the Galway Greyhound Stadium.
Two of Galway’s most active Macra clubs, Galway City Macra and Annach Cuain Macra in partnership with the Galway Greyhound stadium have come together to devise a fantastic free night’s entertainment at Galway Greyhound Stadium.