1. Camogie Championship Preview for Saturday June 11

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    The First Round of games in the 2011 Camogie Senior Championship are on Saturday, June 11. All four games are previewed here with players from the respective counties - Orla Kilkenny (Galway), Ursula Jacob (Wexford), Rena Buckley (Cork), Clare McMahon (Clare), Danielle Smith (Dublin), Julie Kirwan (Tipperary), and Elaine Aylward (Kilkenny). A production by Jerome Quinn Media.

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    • Trailer for William Shakespeare's The Tempest at Wells House and Gardens July 2013

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      Travelling Light Theatre are bringing Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' to Wells House & Gardens in Wexford this July on Saturday the 6th and Saturday the 27th. This outdoor performance on the front lawn will accommodate picnic style seating and you can either bring your own refreshments or if you prefer, delicious pre-packed picnics from Mrs. Stone's Tea Rooms can be pre-ordered. See Wells House & Gardens' Facebook page (link below) for more details and please like and share the productions' own Facebook Page to help us spread the word. If you like this teaser of what's to come, don't just 'like' it, share it!! https://www.facebook.com/TheTempestOnTour https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002795001229

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      • Wexford Festival Opera / Zurich Volunteers Award for outstanding Leadership & Development

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        To nominate a Wexford Festival Opera Volunteer to receive this award visit http://www.wexfordopera.com/volunteeraward This award serves to recognise the significant contribution and leadership of Wexford Opera Volunteers, and will be presented to a WFO Volunteer who has served to enhance the development, patron service and longevity of Wexford Festival Opera. 2011, being the 60th anniversary of the Festival and the Volunteers who founded it, will be the 1st year of this annual award sponsored by Zurich, whose corporate aim is also synonymous with customer service and commitment to excellence.

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        • Wexford Wreck, Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada

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          Adventure Sports Newmarket, and Clear Water Scuba and Marine Salvage, a perfect day out on Lake Huron, with a great group of divers. In her day the Wexford carried a variety of cargo including sugar, banana, rubber, citrus, tannin, tea, tung oil, manufactured goods, and wheat, but now it only carries water, silt and occasionally divers. The Wexford was originally outfitted to be steam and sail powered, but the sails were later removed. The pulleys and lines inside the ship would appear to be from equipment used to move its cargo, powered by the two sizeable windlasses near the middle of the ship, fore and aft of the center pilothouse. At 250′ long the Wexford was originally built for sailing the oceans but towards the end of her days called the Great Lakes home. She was lost in the Great Storm of 1913 and only found in 2000 (by local fisherman Don Chalmers) so still has a number of rare artifacts aboard from plates to fixtures which will hopefully remain for years to come.

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          • The Heart of Miami

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            The Heart of Miami Introduction This is a ten-screen video wall installation. The size of the film is 768 x 13660 pixels. The overall multiple screen size is approximately 35 feet wide. The film was built as a lossless 768 x 13660 pixel resolution motion graphic. It was then split to be presented as one seamless film on a video wall of ten 46 inch LCD monitors installed in a single edge to edge horizontal networked array in the Research & Development Building One at the University of Miami’s life Sciences Park. The intention of the film is to celebrate life science and to compliment the wide range of innovative work being undertaken by engineers, doctors, and research scientists at the facility. The content of the film includes references to scientific visualizations, but this is not the main focus of the work, the film is rather a free form artwork in 8 sequences intended as a personal celebration of selected areas of research. The film plays as a 15-minute loop. Credits Artist and Director: Hugh O’Donnell VFX Composite Animation: Akhil Bhatt Media Specialist: Howard Kaplin After Effects Animation: Hugh O’Donnell Producer: Tina Eden © Copyright 2011, Hugh O'Donnell, All rights reserved. All specially supplied scientific visualizations are the properties of their respective owners.

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            • A visit to Tuskar Rock Lighthouse

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              The light was first exhibited on 4th June 1815 and in foggy weather a bell was tolled every half minute. The tower was and still is painted white. Two serious mishaps occurred during the construction of the tower, one on the night of 18th October 1812 when 10 out of 24 workmen were swept off the rock and drowned during a violent storm. The second was on 22nd August 1814 when a stone cutter fell 72 feet (22m) to his death.

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              • Belle Nuit

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                Voices: Liz Hughes and Ruth Murphy - Piano: Cyril Murphy

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                • Bramble Photo Wedding Slide Show

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                  About 150 photos from various weddings covered by Bramble Photo

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                  • Visita del albergue de aves "El Sahuaro"

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                    Como parte de los valores que se trabajan con nuestros alumnos del Colegio Wexford tuvieron la visita del albergue de aves el Sahuaro, quienes compartieron la gran riqueza que tenemos en nuestro país al contar con una amplia variedad de especies de aves. En el albergue rescatan y cuidan aves recuperadas sin ningún lucro pues no reciben mayor ingreso más que el donativo de la sociedad.

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                    • The Wedding Day of AISLING & STEPHEN at Holy Cross Church Tramore and Brandon House Hotel, New Ross on 29TH DECEMBER 2012

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                      This Wedding was booked 2 years ago, Nobody knew what the weather would be like especially with the winters of the last couple of years. Aisling and Stephen were lucky, so was I, In these days you make the best of what you got, as you can see, we sure did. Aisling and Stephen got married on 29th December 2012 at the Holy Cross Church Tramore, Co. Waterford. and had their reception at the Brandon House Hotel, New Ross. I left early, and used the cooast road to travel to Tramore and on the way I filmed several areas of our beautiful coast line, some of which are on this video. It was the first time I was at these venues. The Priest,John Shine, a lovely man who married Aisling's Parents as well. The photographer was Shane O'Neill from Waterford. I being a professional photographer as well would like to thank him for his help and professionalism on the day. The care and attention of management and staff to the bride, groom and I at the hotel has to be commended. As You can see from this video the couple had a fabulous day. This tells it all!

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