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The Galway Study Centre is offering an intensive week of revision during Easter. Leaving Cert and Junior Cert courses will take place during the second week of the holidays from Tuesday, April 3, to Saturday, April 7. Bookings are also being taken for a strictly supervised study programme for Leaving Cert students which will take place from Monday, March 26, to Friday, March 30.
To celebrate its 10th year in Galway Croi na Gaillimhe A Resource Centre of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, will host a celebration morning tomorrow Friday 23 February 2018 entitled the The Story of Us’
Francis Corbett was a member of the well known business family who owned Corbett and Sons in Williamsgate Street. He was one of five siblings, one of whom, Gerard, went into the business. Francis also worked there but only for a short time, as he died relatively young in 1946. He was a talented artist, as were his brother Redmond and his sisters Lucy and Agnes. Francis was one of the founders of the Galway Art Club, and became its first treasurer.
A sweet is defined as having a taste of sugar or honey. It is not bitter or sour, but is pleasingly fragrant and agreeable. It is strange that while the taste never lingers too long, the memory of that taste can stay with you for life, particularly if it was one of the favourite sweets of your childhood. The sweet shops of yesteryear had a special smell, an aroma of temptation which you got as you went through the door. Even to look in the shop window was to make an imaginative journey of the various tastes that were on display. Our photograph today, which was taken about 40 years ago by Marja Van Kampen, will tick memory boxes for many people. The mouthwatering display was in Miko Cunningham’s shop window in Upper Abbeygate Street.
Enrolments for the Leaving and Junior Cert intensive Christmas courses are currently being taken at the Galway Study Centre at Mill Street. Classes will start on Tuesday morning, January 2, and continue until Saturday, January 6.
The Study Centre at Mill Street has been based in Galway since late 1983.
About a zillion decades ago, back in the days before finding yourself was actually called finding yourself, I found myself in Westport attending a Finding Yourself Course run by Anco. It was actually some form of computerised bookkeeping, but in those days it was the closest to anything technology-based that Anco were likely to offer. I had digs in Mrs Sheridan’s in Altamont Street and every morning and evening, fortified by breakfast cooked by Mary Calvey, I would traipse the walk between there and the Westport Ryan Hotel.
Croí na Gaillimhe will holds its biannual registration morning on Tuesday September 12 from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
Croí na Gaillimhe will hold its biannual registration morning on Tuesday September 12 from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
The Galway Study Centre at Mill Street is now taking enrolments for the new term starting in September. Classes take place after school, in the evenings, and on Saturdays.