For the latest news from Dublin City Public Libraries. ...also, keep in touch with us on Twitter!
The revised mobile library service timetable, operable from September 2013.
Dublin City Public Libraries will be closed from Tuesday 24th December 2013 to Wednesday 1st January 2014 (inclusive). Branch libraries will re-open on Thursday 2nd January.
This plan forms part of a shared vision for Dublin, for the creation of an attractive, vibrant and inclusive city, with a renewed emphasis on creativity, sustainability and well-being.
An exciting new destination for learning, literature, information and culture in Dublin. The Dublin City Library will be a new kind of city library for the citizens of Dublin. A window on the world of knowledge and culture, a centre of learning and literature, a commune of research and reading and a hub of ideas and creativity.
Dublin City Public Libraries is very pleased to announce the commencement of works to refurbish Kevin Street Library. To accommodate these works, the library will be closed from 5.00pm, Friday, 31st May, until June 2015. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes to the users of Kevin Street Library.
Dublin City Public Libraries is pleased to announce a new online language learning service, Transparent Languages Online. The TLO site offers courses in over 80 languages and English language learning from 24 languages.
The 2014 International Impac Dublin Literary Award was launched today, 11th November, by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Oisín Quinn, Patron of the Award. The 152 books eligible for the Award were nominated by libraries in 110 cities and 39 countries worldwide.