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A series of heritage talks looking at the political history, natural history, and maritime and botanic life of south county Galway region, start next week.
A group of top travel agents from across the US visited Co Westmeath over the weekend, as guests of Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland, in conjunction with American Airlines and Aer Lingus.
Moments, the new book by the author and broadcaster John Quinn, will be launched in Claire’s Tea Rooms, Clarinbridge, on Friday December 2 at 7.30pm.
CLARINBRIDGE ARTS Festival takes place this weekend and will feature a reading with Australian poet Robyn Rowland and a concert from Sweden’s Choir Klampare.
Hely Dutton in his “Statistical and Agricultural Survey of the County of Galway” which was published in 1824, wrote, “The vegetable market near the Main Guard is generally well supplied and at reasonable rates ; all kinds come to market washed, by which means any imperfection is easily detected. The cabbage raised near the sea on seaweed is particularly delicious ---- those who have been used to those cultivated on highly manured ground cannot form any idea of the difference. There are also in the season peaches, strawberries, gooseberries, apples, pears etc.
ENGLISH BLUES rock, Gaelic poetry, and Italian food will all be part and parcel of the Clarinbridge Arts Festival which begins tomorrow and runs until Sunday October 12 - and many events are free!