Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Closing for Race Week and the Bank Holiday

Just to let you know that we will be closing from for Race Week and also for Bank Holiday Monday. (That's Monday 25th June to Monday 1st August inclusive.)

As a result there will be no Dinner or Social Club on the following dates

Monday 25th June,
Wednesday 27th June,
or Monday 1st August.

Croí na Gaillimhe will reopen on Tuesday 2nd August.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Chiropody Clinic

Just a quick reminder for all Croí na Gaillimhe clients that the FREE monthly 'Chiropody Clinic' will take place (tomorrow) Tuesday 19th July from 9.30am to 12pm at the COPE Galway Day Centre on the Seamus Quirke Road. No appointment necessary.

Chiropody Clinic Poster

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Croí na Gaillimhe's First Newsletter

In May, the initial Croí na Gaillimhe newsletter was published, and now we are making the newletter available online for the first time!!

The newsletter was developed by our fantastic newletter team. The aim of our first newsletter is to give all readers a taste of the fantastic range of activities that take place at Croí na Gaillimhe. Among the articles featured inside are the
  • visit of President of Ireland, Mary McAleese for the Official Opening of Croí na Gaillimhe, 
  • an in-depth look at the hugely popular 'Dinner & Social Clubs'  
  • the AONTAS Adult Learning Festival,
  • Tea Dance
  • Living Scenes
  • photos galore
  • and much much more
Don't miss out in this amazing chance to catch up on all the recent events at Croí na Gaillimhe by simply reading by our newsletter. Have a look below!!
Newsletter Summer Edition - Version for Printing

Friday, July 8, 2011

New Photos

We have added to the slideshow on the homepage and on our photopage. Have a look at theslideshow above and maybe you will see some familiar faces!! 

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

July Tea Dance

We are having a very successful run with our monthly 'Tea Dance' and the 10th Tea Friday took place on Friday 1st July from 2pm - 4pm. As word spreads about the dances, the numbers attending grows and so we had one of our biggest ever audiences in July!!

Providing music on this sunny afternoon were the fantastic talents of our popular accordian player John Fallon, along with the wonderfully talented Claddagh Music Society! We are now looking forward to our next Tea Dance which will take place on Friday 5th August at 2pm.

Niamh also took a fantastic array of photos which can be seen below.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

'A Rising Tide' Goes Online

The Living Scenes booklet, 'A Rising Tide' is now available online, just click on the link below to download a copy of the booklet. 

A Rising Tide - Creating Writing and Artwork


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