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The Easter Bunny arrives in Moycullen this weekend at Loughwell Farm Park from 12 noon to 6pm.
Bring the whole family together for a relaxing Sunday lunch in the heart of Galway. Enjoy a fabulous four course lunch for only €22.50 per person, including a glass of Prosecco. Children under 10 years can eat for free (offer is valid for one child per adult).
Sundays at The Skeff Bar and Kitchen are changing. The Skeff has recently introduced a whole new Sunday food menu that will run all day on Sunday. The menu is made up of all the top selling dishes from all its menus broken down into Small Bites, Big Bites, Sandwich Bites, and Sweet Bites, so no matter what you are looking for The Skeff Bar and Kitchen has you covered.
BUSKER BROWNE’S is hosting comedy nights, jazz music, and pop and rock gigs, Sundays to Thursdays.
Launched on Monday evening by Minister Jimmy Deenihan, the 37th Westport Arts Festival is under way. Providing its typically quirky and diverse line-up of acts, it spans two full weeks this year, from October 1 to 14, with something on offer for all ages and tastes. If you are looking for something to do this weekend there is lots to chose from.
THE CLIFDEN Traditional Music Festival takes place from tomorrow to Sunday and will see the town come alive with gigs, sessions, dances, and outdoor events.
The last few years seem to have seen an explosion in the market for eating out on Sundays. Once upon a time it was not considered acceptable to make others work on a Sunday, but I think that day is past (for good or ill), Perhaps it is because so many people do not get a chance to sit down together during the week and they feel that their treat is to eat out together on Sunday. For some it is absolutely every Sunday, for others it is the occasional treat. I often ask restaurant and hotel owners what their business is like on Sundays, and I am regularly astounded by the number of covers they do on a Sunday, it is enormous. Often it is an excuse to bring together extended family for a meal out without breaking the bank, and most establishments make particular efforts to see that children are catered for, thus making it less stressful on parents.
KATS, THE Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Group, is holding auditions for its forthcoming production of The Vigil by Ladislas Fodor.