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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.
Due to traffic restrictions the Mobile Library is unable to provide a service to Chapelizod Court. We are currently looking at alternative parking locations in the area and will update you as soon as we have further information. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
City of Bohane by Kevin Barry is the winner of the 2013 International IMPAC DUBLIN Literary Award. The winning novel beat off competition from 153 other titles, nominated by 160 libraries from 44 countries.
The Lord Mayor’s Certificate in Local Studies is offered by Dublin City Council as part of its commitment to life-long learning. The course examines the local dimension of Ireland’s past and is presented in a lively and accessible manner.
The Lord Mayor’s Certificate in Oral History will equip participants with skills in the preparation and conduct of oral history projects, including best practice in the collection and archiving of oral history interviews.The course commences in September 2013.