Join Mary Rice for an introduction to mindfulness and meditation.
Library Events by Month
Treoir is the National Specialist Information Service for unmarried parents living together or apart, and their extended families.
Dr. Francesca La Morgia will talk about the benefits and challenges of growing up bilingual or multilingual and offer practical advice and strategies to support harmonious bilingual development in your child.
In this talk Betty O' Neill will talk about how to plan family meals for nutrition and health, keeping a balanced diet for all and avoiding the pitfalls of child obesity.
Library staff will be on hand to help you with our amazing range of eResouces.
Bodywhys, the Eating Disorder Association of Ireland, offers advice and support to parents.
A great event for rock fans and students of humanity alike!
Suzanne Byrne of Bizzy Bees Health Shop will give a talk on natural ways to maintain good health and nutrition.
In the annual Chris Wilson Memorial lecture, Seán Mac an tSíthigh of RTE and TG4, explores Irish traditions relating to the moon, stars and planets.
Join Vivian Brodie Hayes for a fun yoga session for 5-9 year olds.
Put on your favourite princess dress and join Belle from Beauty and the Beast for stories and games.
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!
Tom Mooney will be in conversation with Shay Linehan and Gordon Snell about the life and times of Maeve Binchy and the process of adapting the novel Minding Frankie for stage by Breda Cashe Productions.
Join us for a talk with Fiona O'Loughlin, Community Mentor from 3CEA (3 Counties Energy Agency), to find out how your community group can become part of a Sustainable Energy Community.
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?
Gorey library staff are on-hand to help you to sign-up to their range of new eServices.
New Ross Library has a new sewing, embroidery and woolcraft group.
Have you always wanted to get more information about becoming a Foster Carer but never knew where to go?
Join us for a yoga session with Catherine Callaghan of Croi Yoga to celebrate the Bealtaine Festival.
This exhibition will showcase the work of the Gorey Adult Education Art Group which has been produced during the year.
This talk forms part of our ‘Parenting Today’ series of talks and will focus on the main areas of difficulty associated with dyslexia.
Gorse Farm is run by Jenny Watkins and Janet Power, both organic produce enthusiasts with a passion for healthy natural foods.
The last in a series of four workshops on the poetry of World War One with Dr. Derek Coyle of Carlow College.
Wexford author Cat Hogan will return to facilitate the next meeting of the new creative writing group in Bunclody Library.
At Gymboree, you and your child will build creativity, confidence and lifelong friendships.
The Bricks 4 Kidz approach to learning is imaginative, multi-sensory and fun, creating a dynamic learning experience for your kids.
Cancelled - Find out more about Constance Markievicz, the most unlikely of revolutionaries, with Anne Haverty at Wexford Town Library.
Jim Hurley, Chair of Wexford Naturalists Field Club and South Wexford Coast Promotions will give a talk about biodiversity conservation to mark International Biodiversity Day.
Join us for the launch of the South End Maritime Heritage Oral History Project, a collaboration with the Southend Family Resource Centre.
Librarian and local historian, Jarlath Glynn, presents ‘An Extreme Irishman: The Life and Death of Major Willie Redmond (1861-1917)’.
Come along to Enniscorthy Library for a demonstration on the art of cupcake floral arrangements with Allison Johnson from Bouquets and Buttercream Bakery.
In his ‘Creative Journey’ talk, author and artist, Don Conroy, will be showing us how we can look at life and nature in a creative way.
In this talk Leighann Ryan Culleton will bring you through the #littlethings campaign and tell of some real life stories.
Celebrate Africa Day by making your own African fabric, using Adrinka symbol stamps.
If you have hit a brick wall with your family history research or just don’t know where to begin, book in for a free fifteen-minute, one-on-one advice clinic with our family history researcher.
Join Vanessa and Elaine for storytime!
Find out how much fun it can be to sow your own plants and set them on their way.
Three hobbyists will share their own experience of the hobbies they love.
This exhibition will run from 27th May until 16th June and will be launched at a Family Fun Day at Gorey Civic Square organised by the Polish Cultural Association on Sunday 27th May.
Calligrapher Jagdeep Sahans will introduce you to the beautiful art of calligraphy.
If you love gardening and you love wildlife, this event is for you.
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We are delighted to facilitate a range of free digital skills training including basic computing, tablet and smartphone classes.
Noel McCormack's creations include textured pictures of local landscapes, landmarks in County Wexford, and social history, especially trades and occupations
Learn more about all our e-services at this free workshop.
Join Zero Waste Wexford for an interactive learning workshop to introduce the concept of zero waste.
The aim of the talk is to make people aware of the need to mind their mental health in the same way we mind our physical health.