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The time to show our appreciation for our mothers has come. Mother’s Day is on Sunday – and you’d better not forget it. Lockdown Level 5 means we can’t celebrate it as we would like to but that doesn’t mean the big day for the Irish mammy should go unmarked. You might not be able to pay your Mams a visit this March 14th, shopping might prove difficult and you might lack of ideas to spoil your mother in the current climate. But luckily, at the Advertiser.ie, we have compiled ten gift and treat ideas to show Mam how much you love her on Mother's Day.
Treat your mother to an extra special Mother's Day breakfast this Sunday with this delicious French toast stuffed with banana and maple syrup recipe. Creating this tasty breakfast treat could not be any easier with all of the ingredients available at your local Joyce’s Supermarket.
As part of their St Patrick’s Day online programme of events, Roscommon Arts Centre present THE MUMMERS PARADE with dancer Edwina Guckian.
Once again, KMK Metals Recycling Ltd. has teamed up with Golden Island Shopping Centre in Athlone to give shoppers the opportunity to recycle old and broken Christmas lights for free.
With a prevalent festive atmosphere very much to the fore, the Athlone Christmas market will be a focal point within the town’s Civic Square with cabins open for shop local trade from Friday, December 18 to Sunday, December 20, inclusive.
It is never too early or too late to start planning your Christmas festivities. Thank to The House Hotel it has never been so easy. The Hotel has it all it all under one roof! Make your Christmas celebration in Galway an occasion to remember at The Yard Kitchen/Bar for a seasonal experience in the heart of Galway’s Latin Quarter & close to Eyre Square or bring a taste of The House Hotel, Home with their brand new festive House @ Home Gift Hamper range.
With the news that level five restrictions have been eased to level three for the month of December, the Christmas rush will now begin. The city has been feeling very festive for the past couple of weeks with the Christmas lights adorning the rooftops of buildings and lampposts and local businesses utilising the enforced free time of lockdown by decorating their shops with yuletide spirit.
Creating a Christmas wreath is an apt manner in which to welcome family members to your home during the festive season.
As the song goes ‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas’, and it certainly feels that way as you ramble through Galway City Streets, with the Christmas lights glittering overhead and the odd buskers belting out a version of Fairytale of New York to passers-by. But just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, and just in time for the unofficial launch of Christmas, The Late Late Toy Show, we get the news that our restaurants can reopen. A Christmas Miracle!
As present Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions persist, the annual switching on of the Christmas lights in Athlone will take place virtually on Tuesday, December 1.