To provide an intergenerational and intercultural place of welcome, especially for disadvantaged groups, offering a range of holistic social and learning supports complementing and linked to the work of relevant agencies in Galway.
news everyone – Croí na Gaillimhe has been shortlisted for an AONTAS Star Award
2012!!! An independent panel of judges have drawn up the short list and we are
fortunate enough to be listed in the Connaught category.
aim of the STAR Awards is to recognise remarkable examples of adult education throughout
the country. The winners will be announced at theSTAR
Awards Ceremony on February 20th 2012 in Dublin.
will take place on Tuesday 7th February at Croí na Gaillimhe.
full list of shortlisted projects in the Connaught category is as follows:
Ballinfoile Mór Community Garden
Blue Teapot Company
Clifden Home and Garden Programme
Cumann na bhFear
Men Making the Mould
The below document shows all of the shortlisted projects countrywide. Provided courtesy of the Aontas website.
Our new class timetable is published
below. Classes and clubs commence in January.
Computers, Drawing, Dancing, Painting,
Movement & Relaxation and Creative Writing courses cost €60 for the waged /
private pension or €30 public pensions / unemployed / refugees. Courses last
for 8 weeks.
costs €7 for two courses plus tea / biscuits and takes place on Monday &
Wednesday at 1pm. The cost is €7.00 and the dinner is ordered the day before.
This timetable is subject to change without notification. Classes will take place
subject to numbers.
Registration for all classes will take
place on Tuesday 17th January from 2pm – 4pm.
Please contact 091 –
895203 for further information.
na Gaillimhe Resource Centre has re-opened after our Christmas break and we would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2012.
Keep an eye on the site as we will be releasing our new class timetable shortly!! Don't forget that the Dinner and Social Club start this week. The Dinner Club will return tomorrow Wednesday the 4th January at 1pm followed by the Social Club at 2pm.
The title really does say it all! The latest edition of our newsletter, published in December 2011, is now available online.
click on the magazine below to begin reading. We really do hope that
you receive as much enjoy reading the magazine as we did while
developing it. Many many thanks to both Niamh Brehony and Sean Connolly for their tireless efforts. Without them, we would must certainly be still working on the first page!!