Gymboree is coming to Enniscorthy Library in 2019!
Join us for Gruffalo Storytime and make a Gruffalo Mask followed by the wonderful Gruffalo Movie!
The Digital Skills for Citizens Scheme provides free basic digital skills training where citizens attending classes will learn the skills they need to use and enjoy the many benefits that using the internet offers.
Join us for a screening of this short film and an illustrated talk by James Grannell.
An exhibition of new work by The Five Towers Art Group at Gorey Library and Civic Buildings from January 7th to 31st 2019.
Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Misérables tells an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption-a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.
Toastmasters is a social and mutually supportive organisation where the members are as happy encouraging as they are when they are learning and developing.
Join us in Bunclody Library for a talk by Senior County Marine Officer and Harbour Master Captain Phil Murphy on his work in County Wexford.
Join us for a presentation by former Mountjoy Governor, Brian Murphy, on the challenges facing our prisons and what could be done to improve the rehabilitation of prisoners while in prison.
Roles in the area of Sports Science are becoming more and more common. Eoin Morrisey's talk will give students an overview of the opportunities and avenues available.
Would you like to find out more about becoming a volunteer with the Samaritans? Come and talk to members of East Coast Samaritans and find out all you need to know.
As part of the nationwide Work Matters initiative, business consultant Alan Maher of Maher Consulting will be here to help people prepare their CV and refine their interview skills.
Mindfulness in everyday life is 'not what you think'. Join us for a talk with Mark Ralph, committed mindfulness meditation practitioner.
Join Alan Maher of Maher Consulting for great tips on how to present the best possible authentic version of yourself at interview.
Wexford Library will be commemorating the centenary of the First Dáil with a half day seminar on Saturday 26th January 2019. Join us on the day for three lectures exploring the events of one hundred years ago.
Wexford Civil Defence is establishing a new unit in Enniscorthy for anyone over 18 years of age who is interested in joining.
Our featured exhibition for the month of January is by Lebam Macaw.
This talk will help you to focus on the two core elements required when making a presentation.
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.
Noel Culleton, author of the new book ‘They Made Great Music: The Literary Inspiration for 33 Giants of Music’ will present an hour of music and stories about the amazing lives of thirty-three great composers.
Whether you're a budding entrepreneur, a start-up company, or an existing business and would like to learn about the tools to help test and develop your ideas, then this is the course for you.
Wexford Library is proud to announce the official launch of Fighting Words Wexford.
Join Vivian Brodie Hayes for a fun yoga session for 5-9 year olds.
Get creative, let your pen rest upon the page and make 2019 your best year yet!
Mac Macartney will speak about his work in inspiring a new story of sustainability and how we can reclaim the future for the generations to come.
Gorey Library is delighted to host a talk provided by Wexford County Fire Service on fire safety in the home.
Baya is a storyteller, a Cantairitz. For Valentine's Day, she will tell love stories from Cornwall, Scotland, Ireland and Brittany!
The Recovery College South East provides free educational courses in recovery and wellness.
Join us in Bunclody Library for a special ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ storytime session.
Practise silly noises and spooky sounds to improve your voice!
Week 2 - Identifying & Creating a Value Proposition
Join us for a practical course that gives attendees the confidence and basic lifesaving skills to act quickly in the event of a family medical emergency.
Come on a journey as we open the amazing fold-out book Panorama, by author Fani Marceau and illustrator Joelle Joviet.
It has been said that ‘the eyes are the windows to the soul’ but they are also a window into your general health. Find out more with Optometrist Martin O'Brien.
Parent First Aid are offering a practical course that will give attendees the confidence and basic life-saving skills to act quickly in the event of a medical emergency.
Learn how to develop good sleep habits and help tackle insomnia and sleep deprivation with Deirdre McSwiney.
Irish author Orla McAlinden will give a reading and discussion based on her award winning books.
Come along to find out more about the South Wexford Writers Society, hear readings of some original work and offer support to newly published authors.
Week 1: Representations of Women in J.M. Synge's ‘The Playboy of the Western World’
Introduction to Electronic Circuits and Inchworm Robot for #EngineersWeek 2019!
If a relative had a cardiac arrest, would you know what to do? 70% of all cardiac arrests happen in the home. CPR is a simple skill but for the best CPR it requires some practice.
Week 3: Discovering Customer Segments. It’s important to understand who exactly your customers are and when and where to target them.
In this talk Clodagh Finn, journalist and author of ‘A Time to Risk All’ discusses the untold story of Mary Elmes - the Irish woman who saved children from Nazi concentration camps.
Join us for mindfulness in the library, Fridays from 9:30-10:30am until March15th.
Join us in Bunclody Library to celebrate Women’s achievements on International Women’s Day with Cllr. Barbara-Anne Murphy.
Join Patricia for this special Seachtain na Gaeilge Storytime!
Join Vanessa and Elaine in Enniscorthy Library for a special St Patrick's Day Storytime!
The theme of this traditional singing workshop is ‘Let’s plant a seed’!
Tá fáilte roimh chách ag seoladh leabhair nua filíochta de chuid Mháire Ní Bhriain i Leabharlann Loch Garman.
Have you always wanted to get more information about becoming a Foster Carer but never knew where to go?
Week 2: Lost Lives in ‘Wife to James Whelan’ by Teresa Deevy
For Seachtain na Gaeilge, Máire will give a creative writing workshop in Irish or bilingually in a chosen genre of either poetry, plays, song writing, fiction, non-fiction, film or radio scripts.
Sarah-Jane Vincent, Miss Content Creative and Digital Consultant and Marketing Trainer is delivering this three part course, suitable for start-ups and small business enterprises.
On the centenary of his death, McCall biographer, Liam Gaul traces a fascinating life with some of the songs thrown in for good measure.
James McGovern, recently retired secondary school teacher, will present a lecture on the art of public speaking and debating.
Week 3: Fighting Routine in Marina Carr's ‘Woman and Scarecrow’
To mark this year’s European Action Week Against Racism, Kurdish families of County Wexford invite the community to an evening at Gorey Library.
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.
Join us at Enniscorthy Library for a short talk followed by a session of Heartfulness Meditation.
The theme of this singing workshop is ‘Let’s plant a seed’!
Children’s yoga is hugely beneficial for growing bodies and developing minds.
The theme of this singing workshop is ‘Let’s plant a seed’!
This workshop is exclusively dedicated to the use of Apple iPads.
Jennie Frizelle will deliver this workshop which will demonstrate the use of Facebook as a marketing tool for businesses.
In this presentation, Dr Mary O’Kane gives parents some practical advice on how to support children's self-esteem, confidence and resilience.
Dr Kealy brings a love of literature and a vivid memory of her own experience of state exams to support and encourage those reading Shakespeare for exams or pleasure.
The objective of this workshop is to enable participants to understand the importance of optimised content, and to learn what tools to use to continuously build and improve their search engine rankings.
This presentation by Ibar Carty will concentrate on the development of photography and will display some early photographic equipment.
The transition from pre-school to primary school can be one of the most important transitions that your child will make. Find out how to manage this transition with Bríd Kennedy from the National Parents Council.
Bunclody Library will host yet another wonderful musical evening, packed with various styles of music from traditional to international.
Join Margaret to make a lovely flower arrangement gift for the special day.
Join Esther for a wonderful storytime filled with stories of love, then make a beautiful card for a very special person!
Come along to Enniscorthy Library for storytime and then make a ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ card for your mam, gran, aunt or a favourite female in your life!
Coding workshop with TEKcentral!
Images of Autism: an exhibition of photographs from a project run by the Cottage Autism Network and the WWETB Adult and Community Education, will run until 30th April.
Deirdre Parkinson, Marketing and Sales Manager, Microfinance Ireland will be speaking about the financial supports that are available to qualifying businesses from her organisation.
Learn how to use email marketing to promote your business. Booking is through Wexford Local Enterprise Office.
In this talk Enniscorthy Red Cross will go through a few easy steps to check if your local defibrillator is working.
This talk will give information about the development of early attention, play attention, play and communication skills.
The transition from pre-school to primary school can be one of the most important transitions that your child will make. Find out more with Bríd Kennedy.
This Lego workshop is designed for children (ages 6-12) with ASD and their families, as part of the Parenting Today series of talks.
This workshop is designed for children (ages 6-12) with ASD and their families.
This workshop is exclusively dedicated to the use of Android smartphones e.g. Samsung, Huawei, Lenovo etc. Participants must bring their own smartphone.
Learn how Facebook and Twitter can help you promote your business. Booking is through Wexford Local Enterprise Office.
Join us for the official launch of the 2019 Festival of Choirs.
Seal Rescue Ireland will provide a Conservation Discovery Tour, which explores seal ecology, threats to seals and to oceans, and what everyone can do to help reduce their human impact.
Join us for a yoga session with Catherine Callaghan, Croi Yoga.
This parenting talk will cover the role parents play in our lives - at all stages.
‘Brothers Divided’ is a new biography of a leading 1798 figure, Edward Hay, by historian William Sweetman.
This workshop is designed for children (ages 6-12) with ASD and their families.
Bring along your favourite teddy or stuffed toy and join Joanne for a Teddy Bears' Picnic and storytime.
This workshop is designed for children (ages 6-12) with ASD and their families.
Learn how to make the most of your iPhone at our workshop.
Hop into Easter with our fun creative craft workshop with Sarah.
Created by Frances and Iain MacDonald, The Bay Garden was started when they moved to Camolin in 1989. Frances tells their story.
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!
As the library is closed on Good Friday join us on Wednesday 17th April for a special Easter storytime with rhymes and songs.
Join Rachel Uí Fhaoláin and Ceol Mo Chroí at this traditional singing and May Bush decoration workshop.
Gorey library staff are on-hand to help you to sign-up to their range of new e-resources.
This interactive, educational and fun music workshop is suitable for 9-12 year olds.
Parents play an important role in helping their child to both understand and to manage their anxiety. Find out more with Dr Mary O'Kane.
Betty Cumiskey from Wexford Flower and Garden Club returns to Bunclody Library for a wonderful Easter floral demonstraion.
Learn how Facebook can help you promote your business. Booking is through Wexford Local Enterprise Office.
Young people attending this workshop will create circuits and explore electronics using conductive dough.
TJ will take you on a visual journey as he guides you through the seasons at Patthana Garden.
This free course provided by CTEC helps give adults the confidence and skills to participate in today's digital world.
Bring along your eReader to our workshop and discover its full potential!
The Written Word. Celebrate Poetry Ireland Day.
Calling all poets and poetry enthusiasts to Bunclody Library on Thursday 2nd May from 5-6pm. Come along and recite your poem or just enjoy the poetry on offer!
The Gorey Writer's group will honour the spirit Poetry Ireland Day 2019 by taking poetry out of the confines of the library and having a twilight poetry walk through Gorey.
Meeting at the new Kate Kos mural at 7pm the group will do a staged walk reading a selection of poems at each stop and a group chorus of The Lake Isle of Innisfree.
Join us at Bunclody Library for a talk by Kieran from The Irish Wildlife Trust. The topic is Ocean Biodiversity. For a long time the significance of biological diversity in the world’s oceans was unclear. It is now known to play a vital role in maintaining the functionality and productivity of ecosystems.
This workshop will feature presentations from practice staff, and from our Malawi visitors on life in Malawi, healthcare in Malawi and the present work of the partnership.
An Amble by the Barrow organised by Wexford Naturalists' Field club is the 2019 Chris Wilson Memorial Lecture.
Dr Liam Lysaght, Director of the National Biodiversity Data, talks about the experience of walking it in an event which will offer something for naturalists and the general public alike. The talk, organised by Wexford Naturalists’ Field club is the 2019 Chris Wilson Memorial Lecture.
Library staff will be on hand to help you with our amazing range of e-resources.
New Ross Library, as part of the Reader in Residence programme, has launched a supported reading book club for children with dyslexia. Suitable for children aged 8-12.
Cyber Security for Parents
The aim of these meetups is to help local entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs to get together, network, share knowledge, advice and ideas.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the award of the Victory Cross to CSM Martin Doyle - New Ross Library will host a lecture given by Irish Times journalist, author, editor and presenter Ronan McGreevy. Martin Doyle won the Victoria Cross and the Military Medal fighting for Britain in the First World War.
The first of our free talks in advance of the International Pathways to Clean Cooking Conference which is being held on May 30th and 31st in Wexford.
In advance of the second international Pathways to Clean Cooking conference, we offer a free evening talk by environmental health consultant, Niall Roche who will examine recent advances on the wider topics related to clean cooking practices and their potential to impact on global health and the environment.
Heartfulness offers a simple and practical approach to meditation and relaxation which is easy to learn and integrate into one's daily life.
We are delighted to welcome Irish author, Anne Griffin, whose critically acclaimed debut novel ‘When All is Said’ is topping the charts.
Breast Cancer Ireland offers a free Breast Health Education and Awareness talk with the aim of educating women about breast health so that if an abnormality occurs it will be identified early hopefully leading to a more positive treatment outcome.
Gorey Art Collective Open Call.
Gorey Art Collective is putting out an Open Call to local artists.
A workshop for children ages 6-12 years with ASD, and their families. Parents will receive extra information via email prior to the event so that the children feel comfortable and relaxed in the library setting.
Join Amanda Nugent in Enniscorthy library for one of our two sessions of Yama yoga for kids.
Session one 11.30am - 12.00 noon
Session two 12.15pm - 12.45pm
Enniscorthy Tabletop Roleplaying Games Club is a new group for adults interested in playing tabletop roleplaying and board games.
Join TEKcentral for a Minecraft Coding Class in Bunclody Library. Minecraft is the modern, digital equivalent of Lego. You take these digital cubes and build anything your heart desires. While Minecraft is addictive in nature, it is addictive for all the right reasons.
William Marshal founded the town of New Ross in 1207 and built the first bridge over the Barrow. Seamus Kiely, Jack Stacey and Mick Conway will be here in New Ross Library to tell the story of William Marshal, with a twist!
The first of Parenting Today Talks in May, join Fidelma Brady the National Education Officer with Down Syndrome Ireland in Gorey library.
This is a wonderful opportunity for a communal appreciation and celebration of traditional music.
Are you interested in borrowing free e-books, e-magazines, e-talking books? Would you like to try a free e-learning course or learn a language from the comfort of your own home? Then, why not come along to our free e-Services clinic in Gorey Library, on Thursday 16th May anytime between 10.30am and 1.00pm.
Citizen Science: Discover how you can record and monitor the wildlife found in your back garden and beyond.
This information session will inform parents about the supports and entitlements available for children with special needs.
An evening of Laughing Yoga with Mary Fitzpatrick, Sonny Holistic Therapy.
Laughter Yoga (Hasyayoga) is a practice involving prolonged voluntary laughter. Heal Yourself with Laughter. Experience the Health Benefits of Joy and Happiness.
It’s Tech Week 11th - 18th May! We’re delighted to have TEKCentral here to give us a fantastic Minecraft themed coding workshop.
Join us for a special craft workshop with Sarah where you will design your own t-shirt with Celtic symbols.
Come along to Gymboree for Babies to 5 Years. Gymboree programmes are specially designed to help young children learn and develop as they play.
Teenage Book Club for 13 - 16 year olds, Monday 20th May at 4.15pm. Why not join us for a lively chat about young adult books, and make new friends?
Join Mayte Gonzales of Mediaskool for the Digital Learning Club at Gorey Library!
To celebrate Biodiversity Week 18th - 26th May, Jim Hurley will be here to discuss our diverse species and habitats.
This exhibition will run from 13 - 24 May and will be launched on Tuesday 21 May at 7pm. All welcome.
Why not join Gorey Library Scrabble Club. New members always welcome.
If you love gardening and you love wildlife, this event is for you. The Irish Wildlife Trust will tell you how to make your garden a haven for wildlife, with practical advice on topics such as what plants provide the best food and shelter for wild animals.
LEGO Mosaics for Adults, a morning of creativity and relaxation for adults.
The second of our free talks in advance of the international Pathways to Clean Cooking conference which is being held on May 30 and 31 in Wexford, features Dr Debbi Stanistreet.
Debbie has recently joined the Epidemiology and Public Health Department of the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland as a Senior Lecturer in Public Health after 25 years at the University of Liverpool in a similar role.
The second of Parenting Today Talks in May, Sinéad Cronin Daly and Sinéad Joyce will talk about parenting support provided through Tusla and Parenting 24seven.
Digital Magazines demonstration with RB Digital our free online service.
Join us for family movie time in Bunclody Library for a special showing of Where The Wild Things Are. Suitable for 7-12 Year Olds.
LEGO Mosaics for Children - Piecing together mosaics in this way helps children to relax and to develop concentration, copy skills, imagination, relaxation, creativity and self-esteem.
Gorey Library's Junior Book Club meets every month.
New members are always welcome.
For more details call Gorey Library 053 9421481
All Year Interest and Colour in your Garden with Frances MacDonald of The Bay Garden.
The third of Parenting Today Talks in May LGBTI+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex) Advice & Support with Wendy Kearney from Gorey Youth Needs.
This talk will give information about the development of early attention, play attention, play and communication skills, with a CORU registered Speech & Language Therapist with HSE Community Services, Co. Wexford.
Affordable Childcare Options for All Parents with speaker Deirdre Power, CEO Wexford County Childcare Committee.
Join us in Bunclody Library for a musical evening with local artists featuring traditional and other genres of music.
Contact for Booking: 053 9375466
This talk by Dr. Linda Doran, will focus on putting the changes and structures of the Normans into their international context, and will include issues of land ownership due to marriage settlements.
Dr. Linda Doran has studied medieval settlements along the Barrow, Nore and Suir rivers and is the editor of the New Ross section of the Royal Irish Academy’s Irish Historic Towns Atlas.
All you need to know about the 3Ms: Marketing, Mentoring, Money.
This month we are delighted to welcome Helen McCormack, CEO of HMC Marketing Consultancy.
Helen is involved with Enterprise Ireland and H2020 technology funding programmes and has worked for companies such as Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Toshiba Medical Systems, GE Healthcare and Fannin Distribution Europe.
Helen has a wealth of business acumen, knowledge and experience that spans over 15 years. We are delighted that she will be in Gorey Library to share her knowledge and help local entrepreneurs and businesses.
Come and learn about the native wildflowers growing around us.
This programme looks at cyberbullying and how children use the Internet. Parents will be introduced to strategies to help their children be responsible, effective and safer Internet users.
This is part of a series of free talks in Wexford County Council Public Libraries. Read more:
Booking Recommended. Tel: 053 9236055
Join Nicola Mahon, a qualified horticulturist at Kilcannon Gardening Centre for tips on how to prepare for summer gardening.
An examination of the settlement patterns, trade and religious practices of the time should give us an appreciation for the development of domestic and political life in Ireland in the early years following the arrival of the Anglo-Normans in 1169.
New Ross Library has a supported reading book club for children with dyslexia. This club is suitable for children aged 8-12 and places are limited.
This festival, which is in its fifth year, celebrates the cultural manifestation of the Irish-Polish friendship and shows the influence of the Polish community on Irish cultural life.
This year there is special focus on the medium of art.
A fun music workshop for parents and their babies from 0 to 2.5 years.
Booking essential: 053-9196760
Back by popular demand, we’re delighted to have TEKcentral here again to give us this fantastic Minecraft themed coding workshop.
Join Reader in Residence and children’s author Caroline Busher for a very special interactive storytime for families and young children.
Shake, Rattle & Roll is a fun music workshop for 3-6 year olds and their parents.
This event is a play and music programme suitable for 0-5 year olds.
At Gymboree, you and your child will build creativity, confidence and lifelong friendships.
At Gymboree, you and your child will build creativity, confidence and lifelong friendships. Suitable for 0-5years only.
"Eight weeks after Robert Fitzstephen's landing in Bannow Bay, we are delighted to welcome Baya Salmon-Hawk, a storyteller from the Aquitaine, who travelled with the three boats. She will tell of her experiences as she came over from Normandy with Dermot MacMurrough's party.
Her friendship with the Irish Princess Aoife has given her an interesting insight in this episode of Irish History. She was also able to converse freely with the King of the Welsh, Robert's cousin and learnt much about the history of that troubled time."
To book phone: 051 421877
Join Aodhain Scallan for tips on planning your interior space and layout in a manner that’s both practical and aesthetically pleasing to inhabit.
Join lecturer and researcher Mary Bolger for an overview of dyslexia and current best practice.
Mary will look at the challenges that are presenting to your children and explore the opportunities available to them.
Cumas Traditional Music Band will provide New Ross Library goers with a lively start to their Wednesday morning with a fantastic trad session.
Join us for a chair yoga session with Catherine Callaghan from Croi Yoga.
You are never too old or too tired or too inflexible to start!
Award-winning poet, Jane Clark will read from her new collection, All the Home, an illustrated sequence of poems in response to a family archive of First World War photographs and letters held in the Mary Evans Picture Library, London.
This event is in memory of the late Denis Collins.
Parents will be introduced to strategies to help their children be responsible, effective and safer Internet users.
The Summer Stars Reading Adventure registration begins!
You can register for your reading adventure any time throughout the summer but we’d love to see you on our special registration day!
To celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg we will have a full day of youthful creativity!
This is a energising drumming and percussion workshop that gives everybody an opportunity to learn beats, rhythms and patterns on a range of percussion instruments. Suitable for 8-12 year olds.
Continuing on with our day of creativity, we are delighted to have Caoimhe Dunn here to guide children and parents through a fantastic mask making workshop.
Caoimhe will help round off our day of creativity with another wonderful workshop, this time participants will get to create their own shadow box theatre and shadow puppet characters.
This workshop is suitable for 8 – 12 year olds.
Cruinniú na nÓg Saturday 15 June 2019 is a national day of creativity for children and young people.
The Summer Star Reading Adventure returns for Summer 2019. Register for the Reading Adventure from Saturday 15th June.
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.
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!
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.
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.
Baby Rhyme Time is a new weekly event every Thursday at 11am in Gorey Library. All babies and carers are welcome to join in.
See the full listing of regular events at Bunclody Library.
See the full listing of regular events at New Ross Library.
See the full listing of regular events at Enniscorthy.
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.
See the full listing of regular events at Gorey Library.
See the full listing of regular events at Wexford Town Library.