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The Galway City Council is continuing discussions with the Galway Racecourse about operating a park and ride facility at Christmas.
Just as if to show that nothing much changes, there was heavy traffic too on the first morning I came to college in Galway 36 years ago this week. The September sun was shining, and a band of us packed into the back of a mate’s car were winging our way to a new city and new life. As we swung around by the Galway Shopping Centre, the local radio station WLS was blaring out We Built This City (on rock and roll) and life seemed good.
NUI Galway is preparing to welcome a record intake of 3,500 first year students from Monday, with a special orientation programme running at the university this weekend to help the students adjust to college life.
Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched its autumn training schedule with some exciting new programmes to help businesses emerge “from survival to growth” post-Covid.
Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre, Galway's oldest language school and a Department of Education recognised training institute, now in its 34th year of business, will hold an open day on September 28. The centre welcomes anyone interested in studying with it to drop by, where the team will have information on the foreign language programme, TEFL courses, and English language classes.
Music for Galway, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this autumn, begins its new season with a gala concert next Thursday September 30th, 8pm, at the Town Hall, Galway.
Galway-French trade and business ties were strengthened this month after the new French Ambassador’s meetings with Portershed and Galway Chamber.
THEATRE57, the Galway community of more than 100 independent theatre artists, is seeking new members and the closing date for applications is September 30.
The latest plaque on the Galway Poetry Trail will be unveiled on Friday, September 17 at 2:30pm, on the River Walk by Jury’s Inn.
Galway Executive Skillnet’s (GES) autumn training schedule was launched last week by adventurer Karen Weekes at Galway Rowing Club. Kinvara-based Ms Weekes is planning to be the first Irish woman to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean as part of her #SHECANDO2021 campaign.