Gymboree is coming to Enniscorthy Library in 2019!
Library Events by Year
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.
Toastmasters is a social and mutually supportive organisation where the members are as happy encouraging as they are when they are learning and developing.
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.
For a bright new beginning in 2019, we are a holding a yoga practice with Catherine from Croi Yoga.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This talk will help you to focus on the two core elements required when making a presentation.
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.
The aim of these meetups is to help local entrepreneurs, startups and SMEs to get together, network, share knowledge, advice and ideas.
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.
This parenting talk will cover the role parents play in our lives - at all stages.
Join Vivian Brodie Hayes for a fun yoga session for 5-9 year olds.
Join Vanessa and Elaine in Enniscorthy Library for a special Valentine's Storytime!
This free course provided by CTEC helps give adults the confidence and skills to participate in today's digital world.
Join Mayte Gonzales of Mediaskool for the weekly Digital Learning Club at Gorey Library!
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.
Get creative, let your pen rest upon the page and make 2019 your best year yet!
An bhfuil cúpla focail agat? Would you like to learn more Irish or get some practice to revive the skills you have?
The Recovery College South East provides free educational courses in recovery and wellness.
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!
Join us in Bunclody Library for a special ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ storytime session.
At Gymboree, you and your child will build creativity, confidence and lifelong friendships.
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!
Cumas Traditional Music Band will provide New Ross Library goers with a lively start to their Wednesday morning with a fantastic trad session.
Practise silly noises and spooky sounds to improve your voice!
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.
Week 2 - Identifying & Creating a Value Proposition
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.
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Wexford Mental Health Association and Recovery College South East invite you to join them for an ‘Introduction to Mindfulness’ Workshop.
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As part of the Gorey 400 celebrations we are delighted to host this photographic exhibition, courtesy of Gorey Photographic Club from 1-28 February.
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In this presentation, Dr Mary O’Kane gives parents some practical advice on how to support children's self-esteem, confidence and resilience.
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.
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 3: Discovering Customer Segments. It’s important to understand who exactly your customers are and when and where to target them.
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.