Week 3: Discovering Customer Segments. It’s important to understand who exactly your customers are and when and where to target them.
Bunclody Library will host yet another wonderful musical evening, packed with various styles of music from traditional to international.
In this talk, Amatsu practitioner John Pettitt outlines the principles of Amatsu and explains how practitioners attempt to harness natural movement to create tiny changes within the structure of the body.
Ted Hayes, author of ‘Sailor, Airman, Spy’ - Memoir of a Cold War Veteran, will read from his book in Enniscorthy Library.
In celebration of Maths Week 2018, Wexford Library will be hosting a code-breaking workshop for primary school aged children.
Kevin Lawlor, Alex O’Keeffe and Jack Rufus Kelly will perform a set of contemporary original jazz music and some music of a more familiar tone in the library!
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.
The Ros Tapestry is a community based artistic project involving over 150 volunteer stitchers working over 20 years.
Don Conroy will be showing us how we can look at life and nature in a creative way.
In this illustrated talk, Dr Margaret Ward will outline the Irish suffrage movement from its 19th century origins to 1918.
Week 4 - Inbound Market Tools: Blogs, Bloggers and Blogging. In today’s world most businesses must invest in a digital strategy to reach, inform and acquire customers.
See the full listing of regular events at Enniscorthy.
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.
We are delighted to facilitate a range of free digital skills training including basic computing, tablet and smartphone classes, starting on 16th November.