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‘Not all of us can do big things. But we can do small things with great love.’ This was Mother Teresa’s philosophy. That is the philosophy the pupils of Kilmurry NS decided to emulate when they heard that they could make a difference to the Health Service frontline workers with the smallest of items.
Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, will this afternoon launch the exhibition 'Kitchen Power: Women’s experiences of rural electrification' at the National Museum of Country Life at Turlough Park House at 12pm.
This architecturally designed 1500 square feet three bedroom dormer property, situated on circa a one acre site overlooking Derryhick Lake, is located only minutes drive from Castlebar town and the National Museum of Country Life, Turlough.
Mayo Social Inclusion Awareness Week (MSIAW) will take place from Monday October 15 to Sunday October 21.
The October meeting of Mayo County Council took place this week and there was plenty of debate in the chamber.
Mr. Michael Ring T.D., Minister for Rural and Community Development, last Friday officially opened Turlough Community Playground at the National Museum of Country Life in Turlough.
Parke Keelogues Crimlin GAA in conjunction with Mayo AC, Mayo Mental Health Association, and the National Museum of Country Life hosted the fifth Annual Turlough 8k on Sunday last. Spring sunshine, snowdrops, a few early daffodils, and a bracing wind greeted the 270 plus participants who turned out to participate in the event.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny this week confirmed that the cabinet had approved €2 millon for the proposed Mary Robinson Centre in Ballina. The centre which will be built in Victoria House in Ballina, Mary Robinson’s birthplace on the banks of the River Moy, will be Ireland’s first Presidential Archive. Mayo County Council had provided an initial €1.5 million package to purchase the house and included the site next door and the construction of a new annex on the site
The Migrant Women – Shared Experiences exhibition is currently running in the National Museum of Country Life in Turlough House. In this multimedia exhibition visitors meet migrant women who have made their home in Mayo in recent times.
GMIT has announced that Fulbright scholar and University of Notre Dame anthropologist, Dr Deb Rotman, has joined the GMIT Culture and Environment programme as a guest lecturer for the 2015/16 academic year. Dr Rotman will collaborate with GMIT Mayo and UCD on her project, “Clachans and Cultural Landscapes of County Mayo, Ireland: Local History, Folklore, and Archaeology of 19th-Century Domestic Sites.”