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The Hill of Uisneach in Loughnavalley is already deemed to be the mythological and sacred centre of Ireland, and now it’s in the running to become a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) world heritage site.
Two locals will do their bit for Heritage Week by leading a guided tour of the historic Hill of Uisneach this weekend.
After opening less than six months ago, and already having provided the Midlands representatives at the national youth music awards, the YoYo Café continues to blossom with the news this week that it is now available for private hire.
Mullingar’s youth café has landed a major coup this week with the news that the town’s music icon - Niall Breslin - has signed up to give a masterclass in songwriting at the increasingly popular Spoutwell Lane facility.
The Gathering in Westmeath got a little closer after the year-long celebration of Irishness was officially launched in the Atrium of the county buildings last week (January 31) by the national co-ordinator, Jim Miley.
JOURNALIST AND author Olaf Tyaransen will host the Leviathan political cabaret series which returns to Galway on Thursday April 26 at 7.30pm in Monroe’s BackStage Bar.
The economist and commentator David McWilliams will host the acclaimed political cabaret event Leviathan in Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday April 26.
Following the success of last year’s “Mullingar Reads Together” project which saw over 1,000 people get into Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, the Home School Community Liaison Initiative has chosen Warhorse by Michael Morpurgo as this year’s treat.
Early bird tickets for the award winning Temple House Music and Arts Festival, which takes place in the grounds of the Temple House estate, near Ballymote in Sligo from 10-12 June 2011, are now on sale priced €99 (including camping) from www.ticketmaster.ie
The new library, which opened its doors to the public on June 11 2009, celebrated its first anniversary with satisfaction levels among the general public very evident. In its first full year of operation the new 847 sq m state-of-the-art library had 108,785 visitors pass through its doors in comparison to visitor numbers of 64,195 the previous year.