With summer in full swing, restrictions slowly lifting and the weather expected to get better, we have a full list of what you can do to make the most of it this week. From circus skills to walking trails, we’ve got it all.
Test Your Skills At The Circus

Galway Community Circus are holding summer camps from the 5th to 25th of July. Choose between hula hooping to spin hoops on many parts of your body, balancing camps to learn how to walk across a tightrope with a balancing pole, or family camps to conquer fears and test skill through games. Camps are available for children, teenagers and families for 2-5 days.For booking and more information visit https://www.galwaycommunitycircus.com/youth-circus/camps.

Get Tickets for MIND YOUR LOAF

Comedian Jason Byrne and TV presenter Sinead Quinlan will host MIND YOUR LOAF on Saturday July 3rd. From 10am-1pm they will be speaking to guests Coach John Kavanagh on fitness of the brain and body, psychologist and bass player with The Blizzards Louize Carroll, and mindfulness advocate Pat Divilly as well as many more. The show aims to promote and prioritise wellness and mindfulness as we come out of lockdown. For tickets and information www.mindyourloaf.com

Solve The Mystery

Looking to add some extra fun, adventure and imagination into your family walks? Mystery trails are available in Galway,Salthill and Cliften. Choose between a treasure hunt, murder mystery or mission impossible to crack the clues to discover the mysteries and unlock stories. The engaging activity encourages you to work together to solve the mystery.  There is a charge of €10 for up to a group of four. For more information visit https://www.mysterytrails.ie

Enjoy the Artisan Market

This Saturday marks the last day of the Umbrella Eile market in Galway Rowing club. Sip a coffee while looking at everything Galway’s small business owners have to offer, from scarfs, jewellry, and artwork. To see just a sample of what to expect, visit umbrellaeile.ie

Coole Park Galway

With the good weather (hopefully) going to pick up over the next week, take a stroll through the woods in Coole Park. Whether you’re going with friends or family, there are two different marked trails: The Family Trail or The Seven Woods Trail. The Family Trail takes you on a journey to explore the walled garden with the Autograph Tree, with initials of many of the famous writers, the river and the turlough. The Seven Woods Trail  is a 4.5km walk and connects the different woods made famous in poetry by W.B. Yeats. For more information visit Coole Park Nature Reserve – National Parks.