Wear your favourite pyjamas and snuggle up for bedtime stories. Don’t forget to bring your favourite teddy too!
Gorey Library, in association with Gorey Youth Needs and Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI), is delighted to launch a dedicated collection of books and DVDs exploring issues of relevance to the LGBT+ community.
In this Festival Fringe talk, Dr Úna Kealy, lecturer in Theatre Studies and English at WIT, will consider how Patricia Burke Brogan exposes the unjust treatment of the most vulnerable and precious in Irish society in her play, Eclipsed.
Whether you're a keen gardener or interested in becoming one, then book your place for this popular event and learn the tips and tricks you'll need to Grow It Yourself!
The Ros Tapestry is a community based artistic project involving over 150 volunteer stitchers working over 20 years.
Fresh from a TriArts Bursary tour of New England, award-winning actor and poet Joe Neal will read from his sixth collection of poetry, Rossetti's Wombat.
Myles Kavanagh will talk about‘The Blackstairs Mountain, Springmount and Surroundings’, a book he published in May of this year.
Don Conroy will be showing us how we can look at life and nature in a creative way.
Vanessa will hold a special Halloween storytime and crafts session from 11:30am – 12:30pm.
Winnie the Witch is the star of the show as our friends from Shine Bright Theatre return for some Halloween puppet fun!
In this workshop for reuse month, artist Órla Bates shows how with a bit of imagination and creativity, rubbish can be reused to make amazing works of art!
Don Conroy, ever-popular artist, storyteller and nature enthusiast will provide a Halloween themed storytelling and drawing event for children in Bunclody Library.
Join us for a family movie in the afternoon on the Eve of Halloween (All Hallows' Eve Eve!)
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In this illustrated talk, Dr Margaret Ward will outline the Irish suffrage movement from its 19th century origins to 1918.
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For Children's Book Festival 2018, Gemma Lalor's ‘Magically Overactive Imagination Art’ exhibition will be on display in the library from 13-31 October.
Cumas Traditional Music Band will provide New Ross Library goers with a lively start to their Wednesday morning with a fantastic trad session.
An bhfuil cúpla focail agat? Would you like to learn more Irish or get some practice to revive the skills you have?
Learn how to paint your own face this Halloween at Gorey Library with Karen Croke.
Join Dearbhla in New Ross Library for a special, spooky craft workshop!
Before you go trick or treating, join us for a spooktacular storyime session with arts and crafts afterwards.
Looking for something for the children to do during midterm? Why not come along to our feature action movie, Jumanji – Welcome to the Jungle.
Join us in the library for a selection of bedtime stories and nursery rhymes!
As part of the Healthy Ireland at your Library programme, we will be joined by Laura Roche, Senior Dietitian with the HSE, for a presentation and talk on healthy eating.
Join us for a mystery movie for children for Halloween!
Bunclody Library will host two Bricks 4 Kidz workshops for boys and girls aged 7-12 years.
We are delighted to facilitate a range of free digital skills training including basic computing, tablet and smartphone classes.
Award winning author, Helena B. Scott, will present a talk on the legendary Loftus Hall.
In association with Bunclody Horticultural Society, Geoff Stebbings returns to Bunclody Library to help prepare our gardens for spring with a talk on spring bulbs.
We are delighted to facilitate a range of free digital skills training including basic computing, tablet and smartphone classes, starting on 16th November.
Join Caroline Hogan for a free introductory session to this educational resource, which aims to support parents and caregivers in teaching their children early reading and writing skills through play.