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Roscommon Arts Centre celebrate St Patricks Day with ‘Mummers Parade’

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As part of their St Patrick’s Day online programme of events, Roscommon Arts Centre present THE MUMMERS PARADE with dancer Edwina Guckian.

Skills to Advance online with GRETB

Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) has launched an online course in customer service aimed at employers wishing to upskill workers during the lockdown.

Upskilling opportunities available from GRETB

Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) has launched a number of highly funded business courses, which are available online to employers and employees to help upskill staff and provide relevant and valuable skills for todays workplace.

Moonlight and magic in Mayo as Dark Skies Festival goes online

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The towns and villages bordering Ireland’s only dark sky park are teaming up once again to organise the fifth annual Mayo Dark Sky Festival, which takes place on October 31st next. The 2020 Festival will be a little different of course, as it will take place online, respecting current Covid-19 restrictions.

Delights online and outdoor at Baboró

Baboró International Arts Festival for Children opened in Galway on Monday with a programme of in-person events and a wide range of online activities to enjoy from home, and from school classrooms.

Still time to enjoy Galway International Arts Festival Autumn edition

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There is still time to enjoy the final days of Galway International Arts Festival’s Autumn Edition programme, which has been running in Galway city since the start of September. but which will come to a close this Saturday 26 September.

You Could Be Us

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A COMPANY called THEY run an online programme, streaming six nights a week. Subscribers gain access to Yule, Catherine, Billy, and Una, people their own age, who act out their intense, personal, miseries, so that, by comparison, the subscribers (known as ‘clickers’) will feel better about their own lives.

Participants required for online programme to help people cope with persistent fatigue after cancer

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NUI Galway’s School of Psychology, with the support of Cancer Care West is currently recruiting people with persistent fatigue who have completed cancer treatment at least three months ago.

Learn how to perform as a leader

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Communications consultant and broadcaster Orlaith Carmody will be in Easons Bookshop, Shop Street, Galway City from 12.30pm to 2pm on Wednesday December 16 to sign copies of her new book ‘Perform as a Leader’. Members of the public will have the opportunity to meet Orlaith who will be joined by her husband and business partner, Gavin Duffy of RTE’s Dragons’ Den.

New online treatment programme to help people cope with persistent fatigue after cancer

Psychology at NUI Galway, with the support of Cancer Care West is currently recruiting people experiencing persistent fatigue since the completion of cancer treatment (treatment completed at least three months ago).

 

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