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Mayo County Council Arts Service will launch amphitheatre for introverts (and others), a public art commission by writer – artist Alice Lyons, at the new Castlebar Pool and Leisure Complex on Wednesday, October 30 at 11am.
Female entrepreneurs from across the West are #MakingItHappen in 2019, and Local Enterprise Office Galway is delighted to present a dynamic and engaging event on behalf of Galway, Mayo and Roscommon to celebrate National Women’s Enterprise Day.
WANT TO rock out and raise funds for charity? You can do both at the Galway Autism Partnership's LipSync Battle in the Clayton Hotel on Sunday October 27 at 7pm.
Mayo is a safe home for many refugees fleeing war and conflict-torn countries. That’s the message coming from South West Mayo Development Company (SWMDC), which is hosting a series of events marking World Refugee Day 2019.
Sandcastle building in Achill, robot making at the Linenhall, art classes at the Michael Davitt Museum, song writing in Westport, coding in Belmullet, wool craft at Killawala, drumming in Cong, wildcraft in Kilkeeran, virtual artists in Louisburg, a treasure hunt in Ballinglen – these are just a few of the events for children taking place next Saturday for the Cruinniú na nÓg Festival.
The ‘Spiorad Shaidhbh’ Midsummer 5km Sponsored Walk in aid of the SCCUL Sanctuary takes place at 11.45am on Sunday June 23 at the Flaggy Shore in New Quay, Co. Clare. Spiorad Shaidhbh was founded in 2010 by the friends and family of the late Galwaywoman Sadhbh Ní Bhrádaigh, who died on Christmas night 2009 from pneumococcal meningitis.
Eight winners including a first appointee to the Oireachtas, an Institutional redress campaigner, an inspirational student, a TV musical finalist, a 16-year old multi titled boxer, a female youth leader, a women's drama group and a suicide and mental health activist, were honored at the annual Traveller Pride Awards in the Pillar Room, Dublin, last week.
An initiative to encourage more parents in Mayo to read to their children has been launched by the active and healthy 0-6 years subgroup of Mayo Children and Young People’s Services Committee (CYPSC), which states that "Reading to your baby and young child has been proven to help grow their brain, grow a bond between you, and helps develop their language, emotional literacy and creativity."
There was a huge turnout of long serving union activists and members, that gathered at the event in the lovely spring sunshine for the launch of SIPTU’s Welcome Centre on Moneen Road in Castlebar.
Teenage entrepreneurs from Dunmore, Inverin and Kinvara will represent Galway at the Student Enterprise Programme national final.