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The Galway Community Pride Festival will take place this weekend and the event includes a show which takes place tomorrow (Friday) in the Bank of Ireland Theatre beside the College Bar at NUI Galway. Gender Fabulosity is being organised by Galway Pride member Ivan Fahy and is described as a ‘gender liberating fashion show’ which is about people enjoying themselves and expressing themselves in the way they want to, and feel most comfortable.
A series of social events for separated and divorced people is be held in Galway in the coming weeks and months, under the umbrella of a new support network.
Croí na Gaillimhe is located in the heart of Galway city but its work goes very much to the heart of the Galway community. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Maureen O’Connell House, 1 Mill Street,
Learn how to get the most out of Twitter at a free briefing event organised by Irish Times Training, which will take place in Galway next month.
In the 10 years this month since Facebook was founded - initially among students at Harvard University - it has become an accepted and acceptable worldwide media tool.
TOST? the local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group is highlighting its services in conjunction with International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO Day) which takes place today, May 17. IDAHO Day is celebrated in more than 100 countries, with advocates staging hundreds of events and actions the world over. In Mayo, TOST? alongside the Family Resource Centre will have an information stand in the Mayo County Library; the library also has a selection of books available which celebrates diversity.
A new festival has been born from the idea of reconnecting with friends from the past, that you haven’t seen in a long time. Simply put it’s a chance to meet your friends in reality.
Every town needs its storytellers, its raconteurs who can fill a silence with a story plucked from the ether, who can use the power of words to shape situations, to create pictures in minds, to instil the emotions of laughter and to lift the tastebuds of imaginations. Every town and community needs to have an image of itself shaped through its wordsmiths who polish the mirror and hold it up to ourselves. On Tuesday night, Galway lost one of its best exponents of this art when John Cunningham passed away.
An organisation which offers home visits to parents with new babies and toddlers is seeking volunteers.
Galway architects, designers, students, teachers, and activists who would like to show their work and share ideas with other creative people are sought for PechaKucha Night Galway.