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With Ballina riding high as it reaches the half way point of its 300th year celebrations, following a succession of events including the annual festival on the Moy, the Connacht Fleadh, the Mini Marathon, not to mention the visit by US President Joe Biden - and now this week - further celebrations following a series of Grade A marks in an assessment of the town by Irish Business Against Litter, Ballina has become the place to be for tourists in Mayo - according to local councillors.
A month on and Ballina is still buzzing and proud following the visit of President Biden to the north Mayo town as people can now reflect and enjoy video footage of the event going global, while looking forward to an ongoing busy calendar of events as the Ballina 300th year-long anniversary continues right throughout 2023.
Despite the fact that Ballina is currently on a high following the visit of US President Joe Biden and ongoing celebrations in the town for its year-long 300th anniversary - the actual existence of the town is being kept a secret by Mayo County Council - as there is little or no signposting telling people how to get there.
It has been confirmed that the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, will pay an official visit to Ireland next week at the invitation of the Taoiseach. The visit will take place from April 12 to 15, during which, President Biden is to travel to Ballina, where he is scheduled to deliver a homecoming speech outside St Muredach's Cathedral on Friday evening, April 14.
Next Monday (February 27) marks the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Tributes were paid this week to the late businessman and honorary president and chairperson of Ireland West Airport Knock who has passed away.
The all-woman Celtic supergroup Cherish the Ladies has been wowing audiences around the world with a mix of traditional music, song, and dance for nearly four decades. Like most performers, the members are emerging from a quiet few years as the Covid-19 pandemic put paid to live performances, but now the ladies are keen to get back on the road, starting with an all-star line-up in the Town Hall Theatre in Galway later this month. Here, band leader and champion flutist and whistle player Joanie Madden talks about the history of the group, how they weathered the pandemic, and what the audience can look forward to at their upcoming Galway concert.
Tickets remain on sale for Callan's Kicks live at the Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre as popular impressionist Oliver Callan brings his new stage show to Athlone on Friday, May 20.