New Ross Library are delighted to host a fact packed and fun Norman event with Baya the Storyteller.
The OPW will open a Public Exhibition of the Enniscorthy Flood Defence Scheme (FDS) on the 17th of May at 2.00pm. The exhibition will be on view in Enniscorthy library daily until the 18th of June.
Join us for a talk on the importance of the rose in art, politics and religion.
Niamh Boyce's second novel, Her Kind is based on the sorcery trial of Alice Kytler - the infamous Flemish moneylender who lived in 14th century Kilkenny.
John power will present a short text introducing the main events and personalities, followed by questions and open discussion.
Caroline will read to children and show parents how to bring storytime to life for their little ones.
Part of a series of free talks in Wexford Public Libraries.
Wexford Library invites parents and children to book a ten minute consultation with one of Children’s Books Ireland’s friendly Book Doctors, who are ready to offer the best advice for the young readers in your family.
Learn about the time of Norman Ireland and choose your favourite available Norman Design to print on you own T-Shirt at our craft workshop for 8 - 12 years.
In this illustrated talk, Celestine will expand on her original presentation to the Kennedy Summer School in 2018, to provide additional detail of Bridget’s family origins and circumstances in mid-nineteenth-century County Wexford.
An bhfuil cúpla focail agat? Would you like to learn more Irish or get some practice to revive the skills you have?
Caroline will read to children and show parents how to bring story-time to life for their little ones.
In this exhibition, Caroline Cunningham invites you to consider nature and colour as pathways to inspiration and wellbeing.
This exhibiton is on display for the month of June.
Anxiety holds many people back and takes away their ability to enjoy life fully.
This workshop will open your mind to the fact that you have the potential to restore calm.
Come along for the launch of his book and listen to readings from Mark and other members of Gorey Writers Group. With music provided by Kilmuckridge Cool Hand Ukes and refreshments served it promises to be a great evening!
Danielle from Naturally at the Wren's Nest will talk about how to use what is growing in your garden to make your own soaps, lotions and oils.
Join Patricia to celebrate the end of term Junior Book Club! The Junior Book Club meets on the last Friday of every month to read and chat about your favourite books.
Ken Saro-Wiwa (1941-1995) was an author of children's books, novels, plays, poetry and environmental and political writings.
All are welcome to view this exhibition on the ground floor from Monday 10th June - Saturday 29th June.
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One to One Volunteers Needed To Teach Computer Skills to the Over 50s
Age Action Ireland need volunteers to teach basic computer skills to the over 50s! If you think you might be a suitable candidate call the number below or email.
Baby Rhyme Time is a new weekly event every Thursday at 11am in Gorey Library. All babies and carers are welcome to join in.
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See the full listing of regular events at Wexford Town Library.