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A most welcome development in 2019 was the construction work on our new state of the art domestic abuse facility, Modh Eile House, which took place throughout the year. The building will be ready to occupy in January 2020, when we will have more room and enhanced facilities in a building that is now suitable for women and their children to build a new future for themselves.
Like many people I came to Galway for a weekend and forgot to leave. Music and craic is what kept me here. The Blue Notes choir is full of both. What started out with a text has blossomed into a community of 35 beautiful melodic voices under the tuition of the wonderful Tracy Bruen. Check out the video on their page to see how much they mean to The Blue Note and to each other.
Tuar Ard Arts Centre in Moate has a great lineup of entertainment scheduled for November.
MADRA currently has more than 100 dogs looking for new homes due to the continued growth in the number of stray and surrender dogs coming into its care.
Rosemount Amateur Drama Group is delighted to present Don't Dress for Dinner by Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon.
Dog rescue charity MADRA is appealing to the people of Galway to provide two-week foster homes for rescue dogs over the Christmas period.
A new MADRA charity shop is about to open in Furbo. The doors will open at 11am next Saturday December 3 with a special designer day taking place on Sunday.
This Saturday an anonymous art exhibition and auction will be held in aid of local dog charity MADRA at Tribeton, Galway.
An anonymous art exhibition and auction will be held on November 26 at Tribeton. This exciting event will see the works of over 25 artists anonymously exhibited then auctioned off — only after the hammer comes down will the artist be revealed.
The community in Westport has begun to express its sympathy and support for the families and friends of those killed and injured in the horrific balcony collapse in Berkeley California on Tuesday.