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Pearse did not want its beauty to be wasted

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Reading Geraldine Plunkett’s description of a holiday she and her sister Fiona, and their brother Jack, enjoyed at Padraig Pearse’s cottage at Ros Muc in the summer of 1915, I get a glimpse of the relaxing life-style that welcomed Pearse there since he first came in 1903. In fact after Pearse wrote his famous oration, which he delivered with power and menace at O’Donovan Rossa’s funeral on June 29 1915, events swept him along to such an extent that he was never again able to visit the cottage.

Pulse College Galway leading the way in video games development education

Famed for its creativity and music scene, Galway is quickly becoming a central hub for game development in Ireland. At the forefront of this rise in game development in the city is Pulse College. Located on the Fairgreen Road in the city, Pulse College’s Galway campus was established in 2013, with the objective to produce gaming development graduates who are industry ready when they have completed their course.

Are you unemployed, wish to upskill or retrain for a new career?

PFH Training, in conjunction with the GRETB, Mervue, is hosting the CompTIA A+ certification training programme, running as a blended learning course (one workshop per week), with mentored online tutor support, over a 20 week period. This programme is free of charge to eligible candidates.

Drawing classes at GTI

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GALWEGIANS WHOSE New Year resolutions include learning how to draw, or improving their drawing techniques, should check out the three different classes starting next week in the GTI, Fr Griffin Road.

ITWBN Blogging for Business event— learn how to turn your words into cash this weekend

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Into The West Blogger Network ware inviting everyone interested in learning more about the business of blogging to the last big ITWBN event of the year to be held this Sunday November 15 at the Galway Bay Hotel. The event will comment at noon and run through to 4.30pm. It aims to highlight the importance of “Blogging for Business, SEO and Content Marketing” for businesses.  

Walking leader training course

Walking leader training is primarily aimed at people wishing to lead a voluntary walking group or to promote walking in the community or workplace. The course comprises a weekend of training (15 hours) and then a follow up four week walking programme to try out your new walking leader skills.  The course will commence at 7pm on Friday and finish on Sunday afternoon after lunch.

Open days for Galway Community College secondary school

Galway Community College has been meeting the educational needs of the city’s Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate students for more than 45 years. The college is continually improving its facilities to serve the needs of all learners.

The Callback Queen

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GEORGE RR Martin, the creator of the phenomenon that is Game of Thrones, has called described new Irish film The Callback Queen, as a "romantic comedy about moviemakers and aspiring actors that pokes fun at the whole casting carousel...very enjoyable with lots of laughs."

Hourglass Theatre Co returns with Loose Change

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AFTER A successful run at the Town Hall Theatre Studio in April, Hourglass Theatre Company return to the venue with a revival of Loose Change, a trio of one acts by Ian Patterson.

Adult learning at Headford Adult Learning Centre

Headford Adult Learning Centre opened at Main Street, Headford, in 2008. It is a basic education service for adults covering the areas of Headford, Belclare, Corrandulla, Annaghdown, Caherlistrane, Lackagh, Claregalway, Athenry, and Oranmore.

 

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