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    Claregalway 2020 cross-culture Halloween event to be held this weekend BY DECLAN VARLEY Galway Advertiser, Thu, Oct 25, 2018   The innovative team behind Claregalway 2020 is hosting a novel event this weekend that looks at the legends of the season in the many cultures that now live in the city and county. Organisers… Read more »

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The Claregalway Historical and Cultural Society are hosting a talk in conjunction with Claregalway Castle on the Franciscans and Claregalway Friary which will be given by distinguished historian Colmán O Clabaigh OSB.  The talk will take place in Claregalway Castle on Tuesday  next, 30th October commencing at 8pm. Since the 13th century, the Franciscan friary… Read more »

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GALWAY Parkinson’s Association stage their annual Walk the Prom in Salthill on Sunday, starting at the Aquarium at 1pm and finishing at Blackrock. The fundraising event promises to be a wonderful family day out and all of the members who attend the Association’s physiotherapy classes  will take part.  Participants will enjoy a cuppa and some… Read more »

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60,000 fans to paint the city ‘Ed City gets ready for Ed Shheran’s two Pearse Stadium concerts BY MATT CASSIDY Galway Advertiser, Thu, May 10, 2018   Galway will be painted ‘Ed’ this weekend as an expected 60,000 fans flock to the city to see Ed Sheeran perform at Pearse Stadium. Construction crews are this morning… Read more »

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The Annual SMA Family Open Day, which is now a permanent fixture on the calendar of Summer Events around Claregalway will this year take place on Sunday, June 3.  The SMA Family Day helps to put SMA House and its missionary activities on the map. Through a varied programme of activities inside the SMA House… Read more »

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Treat Café are currently taking registration for a six week baking course in their Lackagh Cafe. The course covers a wide range of delicious desserts and baked goods, everything from cookies for kids to elegant desserts such as profiteroles and roulades. Helen Maginn, owner of The Cake Fairy—a cake and dessert company founded in New… Read more »

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No fear! Gain confidence speaking in public Enjoy learning techniques for giving impromptu and prepared speeches Have fun developing your listening and speaking skills Visit the Corrib Toastmasters Oranmore Club in the Maldron Hotel for a supportive and practical way in which to learn how to become a more effective communicator. There is an enjoyable and… Read more »

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On March 1st 2014, athletics legend Catherina McKiernan and comedian Maeve Higgins along with the Galway All Ireland winning camogie teams are taking part in The Run for Freedom in aid of PREDA. This 5km Run for Freedom is happening at 12pm on the famed Ballybrit Racecourse in Galway and is open to all. Last year, hundreds of runner of all abilities took… Read more »

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A feast of choral music is in store for music lovers on Saturday January 25th, when Galway Choral Association presents its Winter Concert in St. Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Galway at 8pm. This Winter Evening of Choral Music is being staged this year by Galway Choral Association to support the work of Croí in the area of… Read more »

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Kanchi, a not for profit disability organisation have recently launched ‘ Kanchi 500’ coinciding with UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities. ‘Kanchi 500’ is a national awareness campaign which will take place from 2nd–6th December 2013 providing 500 people across Ireland with disability awareness training, free of charge. Kanchi have partnered with Medtronic, Dell,… Read more »

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