Galway Advertiser 1979/1979_05_03/GA_03051979_E1_005.pdf
G A L W A Y GARDEN EXHIBITION
in Leisureland on 5th and 6th May. Hours: 11 a.m.--8 p.m.
In order to provide a more up to date service for the public, Galway busi nessmen have decided to come together and present their first ever Galway Garden Exhibition on May 5th and 6th in Leisureland. The exhibition will have at its disposal an excellent team of gardening experts who will be constantly available to answer any queries in their particular field. Demonstrations will also be held from the endless new methods and products available on the garden scene. Among the exhibitors at the show will be Ivor's Motorcycles, Dominick Street and Nuns Island. Ivor, who deals in motor repairs has as his mono "What we sell--we service:' Bill Madden, Nursery man and Florist, will present the best trees, shrubs, bedding plants and flowers, in short, everything you require for your garden. The Angler's Fancy 18 ft. boat in fibre glass is the prize exhibit of Burke Boats, Ballinrobe who invite the public to view their stand in Leisureland and see the many varied boats on show. The exhibition, which is designed to create an increased awareness of the new and advanced products on the market for gardens is yet another venture by Galway businessmen to provide a service for their customers which is equal to none.
Nurseries & Garden Products Ltd. MERLIN PARK, GALWAY Phone (091) 68896
We provide a professional service in Garden Design, Landscaping, Tree Pruning and Contract Maintenance. Also grassing of Playing Pitches, Golf Courses, Pitch and Putt Courses, Open Spaces and Private Dwellings. At our Garden Centre, we stock a large selection of trees, shrubs, roses and fruit trees. We have a wide range of Herbicides, Pesticides and Fungicides, and we stock glasshouses and lawnmowers.
B u r k e
B o a t s
(Ballinrobe) Ltd. Come and visit us at Leisureland
See the new Anglers Fancy 18 ft. in Fibre Glass-- the boat the experts use--also many more on display. OFFICIAL MERCURY DEALERS WEST OF IRELAND Telephone Ballinrobe 100
UPPER DOMINICK STREET GALWAY T e l . 64408 SERVICE D E P A R T M E N T S A T NUNS ISLAND, GALWAY
ANGLINGHAM, CASTLEGAR Phone (091) 7066
ROADMAKING TARMAC A N D E D G I N G CRAZY PAVING TAR SPRAYING A N D C H I P P I N G STONE WALLS, ETC.
Shamrock Valley, Castlegar, Galway Phone (091) 65230/66851/66847
Can supply all garden materials to build the garden of your dreams: Sand, Gravel, Cement, Concrete, Blocks, Decorative Blocks, Wall Capping, Garden Edging, Crazy Paving, Hexagonal Paving, Garden Ornaments, Water Fountains, Stone, Brick, and Longford Rock.
ALL SPARES for all makes of mowers IN STOCK
What we sell -- we service!
J. P. K. LANDSCAPING
Oar e gal way Phone (091) 88146 Let us tackle that tough job. SPECIALISTS I N D E S I G N PLANTING FENCING KERBING DRIVEWAYS SUPPLIERS O F T O P S O I L
PAT'S PORTO CABINS
TWO-MILE-DITCH, TUAM ROAD, GALWAY Phone (091) 62772 Galway's own manufacturing company of solid timber portable buildings. Garden Sheds, Children's Playhouses, Garages, House Extensions, Garden Chalets, Tool Sheds, Site Huts and Offices, Dog Kennels, Pet Houses etc. ANY SIZE OR D E S I G N MADE T O ORDER AT S H O R T E S T N O T I C E Credit facilities available. Proprietor: P a t Finnerty
NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST Taylor's Hill, Galway. Tel. (091) 22446 Dunloe Street, Ballinasloe. Tel. (0905) 2570 FOR TREES, SHRUBS, BEDDING PLANTS, SEEDS, C U T FLOWERS EVERYTHING YOU NEED for the garden at our GARDEN SHOP, TAYLOR'S H I L L , GALWAY
HEADFORD ROAD, GALWAY Tel. (091) 65243 and G O R T , C O . G A L W A Y COENS OF GALWAY FOR YOUR EDEN GLASSHOUSE SPECIAL OFFER on all power and hand mowers: TORO, QUALCAST A N D DINGE The Phantom Orchestra in Concert, Arts/Comm. Thea tre, U.C.G. 9.30 p.m. Taibhdhearc Present: "Dialann Anna Frank," 8 p.m. Jimi Slevin in Concert. Regional Technical College. Friday 4th May Leading Classical Guitar ist, John Feeley, St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, 8 pjn. Nazareth Fund Sale of Work, 10.30 ajn. Film Society present "The Stepford Wives," Arts/ Comm. Theatre, U.C.G. 8.15 pjn. "Leonce and Lena," Terr apin Five, U.C.G. 8.30 pjn. "Bar and Ger," Regional College Theatre, 1.30 pjn.
CRA AR CARAVANS LTD.
Belcarra, Castlebar. P h o n e : Belcarra 1 5 Look forward to meeting you again at Leisureland, Galway. Agents far ROADMASTER MOBILE HOMES, SPRITE, EUROPA A N D ECCLES TOURING CARAVANS Remember, for Caravan Value, it must be Carra Caravans Ltd. TRADE-INS WELCOME Readings by Paul Durcan, Mercy Convent, 11.30 a.m. and Presentation Convent 2.30 p.m. Saturday 5th May Sale of Work, St. Patrick's School Hall, 10 a.m. Pro ceeds in aid of Calvary Hos pital. Kids day in Bohcrmore Community Hall, 10 a.m. Morris Dancers open tradi tional weekend 11 a.m. Druid present "Bar and Ger," King's Head Pub, 1 pjn. Free open air Concert with Stockton's Wing and Friends Eyre Square (raindatc Sun. '6th) 1 pjn. Recital by Michael O'Rourke (Piano). Traditional Session with Paddy Carry, Paddy Fahy, Sean Mac Donnacha, Flaher ty's Pub, Salthill 8 p.m. "Leonce and Lena," Terr apin Five, U.C.G. 8.30 p.m. 5--6th, Movement Work shop with Ros Pearman. Sunday 6th May An Taisce excursion to Clonal lis House, home of Mr. O'Connor Don. Bus departs Eyre Square, 12 noon. Traditional Jazz with Gal way group 'AH That Jazz,' Great Southern Hotel, 12 noon. Traditional Irish Music, Beach Hotel, 12 noon. Martin O'Connor's Amer ican Wake with Frankie Gavin, Midnight Well, Barry Moore etc., Olde Common
MOVE IT F A S T
For all types of waste disposal contact
BARNA W A S T E DISPOSAL
BARNA Room, U.C.G. 8 pjn. Poetry Reading, Ray Lynott, Richardson's Lounge, 4 pjn. Traditional Singing Sess ion, Beach Hotel, 4 pjn. 'Leonce and Lena,' Terr apin Five, U.C.G. 8.30 pjn. Dialann Anna Frank, Tai bhdhearc Theatre, 8 p.m. Ladies Committee Sale of Work, Hal la Naomh Padraig, Forster Street, 9.45 a jn. Weekly Canoeing Trip, the Cathedral, 2 pjn. Monday 7th May Festival Cure, Godard's Masculin Feminin , Theatre, U.C.G. 8.15 pjn. "Ideology and Childcare," by Prof. Ian Taylor 8.30 pjn. All are welcome. Salthill I.C.A. Guild meet Phone ( 0 9 1 ) 6 8 6 8 1 ing, Beach Hotel 8 pjn. Pro gramme. Social Evening: Young Wives Social Group, Banba Hotel, 8.30 pjn., 'Arts and Crafts'. All are welcome. Tuesday 8th May Galway I.C.A. Guild Meeting, Parochial Hall, Woodquay 8.15 pjn. Talk by Divilly's Butchers. La Leche League meeting 32 Ardilaun Road, Newcastle 8 pjn. All nursing mothers welcome.
Skeffington A n n s Hotel
THINGS TO DO
Thursday 3rd May Galway Camera Club meeting, Biochemistry Thea tre, New Science Building, U.C.G. 8.30 pjn. "Under water Photography." "Psychology and you: the relevance of Psychology to the average person," 8.30p.m. Arts / Commerce Theatre, U.C.G. Public Reading with Tom Kilroy and Jerry Dawc, New Common Room, U.C.G. 8.30 pjn.
J u n i o r B a r Assistant
Permanent, progressive position. Write or telephone 63174 for interview from 3 to 6 p.m. daily