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This year’s Cruinniú na nÓg, a day of free creativity for children and young people, takes place on Saturday, June 12, and Roscommon Arts Centre have two wonderful free family friendly events taking place on the day which can be accessed online at www.roscommonartscentre.ie
Students from Salerno Secondary School Galway and Colaiste Bhaile Chlair have won awards in the National Final of this year’s Student Enterprise Programme.
The Asthma Society of Ireland has launched its ALK supported Love Your Lungs Virtual Fundraiser as part of Asthma Awareness Week, which takes place from May 1 to 8.
The Linenhall Arts Centre will showcase its first online theatre offering, Mustard on Thursday, April 29, via its new on-demand platform, which is available to view from 6pm until 11pm on the evening.
The call is open for applicants for a free initiative to help returned emigrants to Galway start and develop businesses in Ireland. This is the fourth year of the very successful Back for Business developmental programme, which is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs.
What a marvellous weekend of sports we had, and all available on TV. It was really a great indulgence, but I spent ages looking at the ones I was following.
The Galway captain is cool out, given that the day we are speaking should have been her wedding day, her second chosen date this year; after her first date in March was postponed due to the lockdown. In August, she realised that her November date was going to go the same way with increasing restrictions, so herself and her fiancé have put plans on hold until late next year, when the world will be a better and safer place.
When I’m not at the drawing board you will find me with my head stuck in a book. If it’s remotely fine and I have time, I’ll be in the garden with a book and a beverage, and surely wood burning stoves were invented for curling up beside in winter with a volume or three?
On a day in October 1936, a young woman, Maureen Canning, from Mohill, County Leitrim, left her digs in Lower Salthill and began to walk, for the first time, to what was then University College Galway.