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CARA interview with Niamh Ní Charra

Niamh Ní Charra is an internationally acclaimed Irish musician who specialises in the fiddle and concertina. Born in Killarney, County Kerry in South-West Ireland, Niamh, at only 10 years of age, played support to the legendary group The Chieftains and participated as soloist fiddle player for over eight years in Riverdance performances all over Europe, Asia and North America. Her CV includes over 2500 performances with Riverdance and numerous awards and distinctions.

Sunshine Nursery and Preschool

Guardería y escuela infantil en inglés
by Susan Diggory
Submitted by Johnny Kinnard
Sunshine Nursery and Preschool is a part of Sunshine Learning Centre.
For children from 1 to 5 years old
* Open 8:30 to 17:00 (possibility of mornings only, until 13:00)
* Experienced native teachers
* Learning through music and songs, hands-on natural science
* Based on Montessori principles where children learn at their own pace

New book about Kate O'Brien and the Basque Country

Kate O'Brien and the Fiction of Identity
by Aintzane Legarreta Mentxaka
Submitted by Seamus Mcquaid

Lá Fhéile Bríde - Happy St. Bríd's Day to all our Bríds

Article by Mary Condren TCD, submitted by Oisín Breatnach

St Brigit, whose feast day falls tomorrow, was a negotiator, peacemaker and early community activist. Just the kind of person we need now, writes MARY CONDREN
‘BRIGIT, WITH her white wand, is said to breathe life into the mouth of the dead Winter and to bring him to open his eyes to the tears and the smiles, the sighs and the laughter of Spring,” wrote Alexander Carmichael.

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