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A new exhibition of original paintings by Mayo based artist Paula Pohli, opens at The Kenny Gallery today, Friday September 10.
FOR THE artist Paula Pohli, farmers and visual artists share much in common: they love animals; watch the weather for changes that occur hourly; are interested in flora and fauna, and work long hours.
MUSIC BY the Galway based composer, Jane O’Leary, will be performed at the Theatre Royal Plymouth, and by Ireland’s National Symphony Orchestra.
The National football league has at last got under way and in style, with GAA fans all around the country drooling with the amount of games on in both hurling and football across all four divisions.
Over the last year there has been something of a garden revolution taking place, with many people taking to their gardens like never before. After a break last year due to Covid restrictions, Galway City Council is now taking entries for the Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition 2021. Entrants must be based in Galway City and can enter across categories such as ‘Best Front Garden’, ‘Best Residential Estate’, ‘Best Shop-front’, ‘Best Community Project’ and ‘Best School’.
Following on from the success of last year’s JCI Mayo TOYP awards, where three local winners went on to win at the National finals, and Ballina Man, Aaron Hannon, claimed his spot in the World’s Top 10 - nominations to identify more outstanding young people in Mayo are now being sought from the public.
Ordinarily, at this time of year, there is a sense of renewal as politicians, with their batteries recharged, return to work and a new Dáil term begins.
JCI Mayo TOYP winners, Padraic Rocliffe, Laura Beston and Aaron Hannon, received further recognition last weekend when they were announced as three of JCI Ireland’s Top Outstanding Young People.