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One of the great moments in the 20 year history of the annual Lady Gregory Autumn Gathering, was the arrival Lady Gregory’s two surviving grandchildren, Anne de Winton, and Catherine Kennedy. They drove up the avenue at speed, let their dog out for a run, and came over to the welcoming crowd grinning broadly.
Niamh Duffy, an MSc in Clinical Research student at NUI Galway from Dublin has scooped the top prize of €10,000 at the NUI Galway Students’ Union Enterprise Awards.
This medieval street dates back as far as the 16th century and is believed to be one of only five medieval lanes that still exist in the city out of an original 14. It is considered by historians and archaeologists to be one of the richest areas “in terms of its medieval layout, building design and street plan”. It evidently received its name from the Kirwan family, one of only two of ‘the tribes’ who were of Gaelic origin. They were successful merchants and landowners who moved into the city around 1490, and whose wealth helped Galway reach the peak of its splendour during the 16th and 17th centuries.
MEMORIES HOME and Abroad, the new exhibition by Canadian-Irish artist Jane O’Malley, will be officially opened in the Norman Villa Gallery, Salthill, this evening at 6pm.
OVER THE past two weeks anyone strolling through Galway’s Latin Quarter may have noticed the windows of a number of the area’s shops graced by artworks from members of the Space Invaders gallery.
The Girls’ Night Out! fundraising fashion show for all ages in aid of the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children and Scoil Iognáid takes place at the Westwood Hotel on Thursday September 30 at 8pm.
City businesswoman Judy Greene is spearheading an initiative aimed at encouraging more women to go into business.
A stylish autumn fashion show in aid of The National Council for the Blind of Ireland will be held in The Ardilaun hotel on September 23. Tickets for the night include a wine reception, entrance to the show, and inclusion in the draw for spot prizes at the end of the show. Tickets cost €35 each and all money raised from the show will go to NCBI.
Judy Greene, the world renowned potter, this year celebrates 26 years of business in Galway city.
World renowned potter Judy Greene celebrates 26 years in business in Galway this year. To celebrate this incredible achievement, Judy Greene is currently producing a new range of pottery featuring the use of the Irish language in association with Gaillimh le Gaeilge.