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FESTIVALS COME thick and fast in Galway this time of the year. The Comedy Carnival has only just finished, but next week will see the launch of the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts which runs from November 7 to 23.
Castlebar will have plenty of heart this weekend as three major festivals are combining to bring thousands of visitors to the county town.
This year’s much-awaited Galway Garden Festival will take place on July 5 and 6 at Claregalway Castle.
The RedBall Project has seen some interesting places over the past 13 years, bouncing from cities in the United States to a variety of countries across the world, taking in Abu Dhabi, Taipei, Perth, Sydney, Korea, and Barcelona, and now for the first time resting on Irish soil this summer.
SsangYong Motors, Korea’s newest car brand to enter the Irish market, have gained a strong foothold in the West of Ireland by appointing Cassidy Motors Ltd as their first Connacht dealer.
THE MUSIC of Albéniz, Beethoven, and Schubert, and the world première of a new piece by Jane O’Lear,y will be performed by Ah Ruem Ahm in Galway next week.
Castlebar Golf Club hosted its own Gathering golf event entitled the Middle East Celts Golf Classic. Lady captain Mary Caulfield and her committee drove this project from its inception to reality and it turned out to be a fantastic success with a huge crowd of Celts turning out to play, including US Celts such as James McGovern, Adam Niles, Dave Perez, and Dustin Sparman; Middle East Celts from Dubai including Kevin Burns and Noel Rice; flying Celts including Siobhan Dravins, Albert Dravins, Margaret Reynolds, and Brian Reynolds as well as a large number of local Celts.
A group of transition year students from Coláiste Iognáid is organising a fundraising raffle, with prizes including tickets to the autumn home rugby internationals, to raise funds for their trip to the US to represent Ireland in the Empire Mock Trial World Final in New York in October.
New software, now available in Galway, has the potential to delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease by up to five years.
The annual summer classical music festival in Bofeenaun church returns this July in its 10th anniversary season. A group of outstanding classical musicians will again be filling this beautiful church, set against the dramatic backdrop of Nephin Mountain, with a blend of familiar and less familiar pieces of music from all periods, introduced, as always, with their trademark humour and insight. This year there will be three concerts – on Thursday July 11, Saturday 13, and Sunday 14 – each with a different programme of music. Once again, there is huge demand for tickets, so order yours early.