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The May Bank Holiday is the annual Mountain Walking Festival in Leenane.
Located at ‘The Salon’ hair salon in Rochfortbridge, Skin Bliss Body & Beauty Care specialises in threading, waxing, including specialised bikini waxing, eye treatments, make-up, TanOrganic spray tanning, shellac two-week manicure, and holistic massage including maternity massages.
Brigit’s Garden will host a Sole of the Garden exhibition over the May Bank Holiday weekend to celebrate the launch of its visitors centre.
HOT CHIP’S Felix Martin, Royseven, Ham Sandwich, Kila, and Dirty Epics are coming to Galway for the Coors Light Live at the Latin Quarter gigs this May Bank Holiday weekend.
Ireland is an entrepreneurial nation. We have earned a strong reputation for our work ethic and ability to turn ideas into money-making industries. During these tough economic times, people are being encouraged to act on their entrepreneurial instincts and not give up. Caroline Gordon acted on her entrepreneurial instincts 15 years ago this May bank holiday weekend, having opened her accountancy practice in Swinford on Tuesday, May 7, 1996.
Festival of the Fires promises to ignite the summer festival season in the most spectacular fashion. With fires in all 32 counties lit in solidarity to the main event on the historic Hill of Uisneach in Westmeath, the May Bank Holiday weekend event is possibly going to be the only festival in Ireland that will be visible from space!
Up to 1,368 drivers in County Mayo have been issued with fixed charge notices for penalty point offences for using a hand held mobile phone while driving up to the end of March this year.
Castlebar will come alive this coming May Bank Holiday weekend and everyone is invited to join in the fun. Whether your interest is in sport and leisure, entertainment, shopping or culture, Castlebar has it all.
STIÚIDIO NA Coiríbe will host a weekend workshop this Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 5pm, concentrating on old master techniques.
This May Bank Holiday weekend, cycling enthusiasts, and novices alike will rally in the streets for Cycle4Haiti 2011, a 225km cycle from Dublin’s GPO to Eyre Square, Galway which aims to raise €100,000 for the Soul of Haiti Foundation.