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Ham Sandwich @ Monroe’s Live

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HAM SANDWICH have had a great 12 months with their profile rising to new heights throughout 2011 and to top it off they tour Ireland this month.

MS READaTHON

MS Ireland is calling on the schools of Mayo to Go Rockets for Reading and sign up for the annual MS READaTHON today.

Three women go Over The Edge

MOYRA DONALDSON, Davnet Heery, and Aileen Armstrong will read from their work at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading.

Castlebar Library reading programme

A Summer Reading programme for children will take place at the library for the month of July.

Cup action offers United a welcome respite from league misery

Galway United, experiencing their most worrying spell in two decades, will take a welcome and much-needed break from league action this weekend as they head to Oriel Parkfor a testing FAI Cup clash with Dundalk on Sunday.

Rita Ann Higgins to read at Over The Edge

RITA ANN HIGGINS, one of Galway’s greatest and most outspoken poets, will read at the May Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library, on Thursday May 26 at 6.30pm.

Kilkenny and Galway in pole position for league final spots

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Twelve months ago most of the final round games of the National Hurling League were played out as mere challenge matches — Galway and Cork had already qualified for the spring showdown. The only games of any consequences were played by Limerick and Offaly who were both looking to avoid the relegation drop.

Cúirt Over The Edge Showcase Reading

THE 2011 Cúirt Over The Edge reading, a major showcase for emerging writers, takes place in the Druid Lane Theatre on Wednesday at 3.30pm.

Three women writers to go Over The Edge

THE AWARD winning Irish novelist Claire Kilroy will read at the next Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, on Thursday February 24 at 6.30pm.

Coole hosts its first conferring ceremony

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Coole Park hosted a conferring ceremony for graduates of the NUI Maynooth certificate in local history last weekend, the first ceremony of its kind to be held at the park. The course was run as an outreach programme at Coole by the NUI Maynooth department of modern history, in association with the university’s adult education office. Nineteen students were conferred on the day.

 

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