Teens

Family History and Genealogy Advice Service

Family treeMonthly in Donaghmede and Raheny Libraries.
Find out how to go about tracing your family tree, with an advice session presented by Margaret Bonar and Betty Craven.

Donaghmede Library host the advice session on the 3rd Monday of every month in the afternoons.

Raheny Library's Family History and Genealogy advice service.  Third Monday of the month. (Meeting February 25th from 10.15am - 12 noon.)
To book, ring 087 6491605, email impossibleancestors@gmail.com

All are welcome and admission is free.  Booking is essential with Margaret Bonar at T. 087 6491605.

Book Clubs for Children

The New PolicemanThere are children's book clubs in branch libraries across the city, namely Ballymun, Ballyfermot, Cabra, Coolock, Donaghmede, Finglas, Pembroke (Ballsbridge), Raheny, Rathmines and Walkinstown libraries. Dates and times listed below may vary so it is advisable to check with the library in advance if wanting to participate in a Book Club.

The members of most clubs choose a book to read and get together every 3-4 weeks to discuss it. The library provides the books of course. Library staff often research the authors and books as a background to the discussion. Some clubs offer members the chance to come along and talk about the book they are reading currently - these clubs can take place more often as there is no set book to read.

Looking for reading inspiration? Check out Who Next...? A guide to children's books and recommended children's books on our library blog.

Traditional Music Performance - Ceol Traidisiúnta

Thursday 14 March at 12.30pm, Ballyfermot Library

Ceol traidisiúnta le BCFE Trad Music Students with special guests De La Salle music group. 

Ceol Traidisiúnta - Traditional Music Performance

Tuesday 5 March at 12.30pm, Ballyfermot Library

Traditional Music Performance with local Ballyfermot musicians Derek Copley and Liam Kennedy.

CDETB Young Adult Education and Training Information Stand

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City of Dublin Education & Training Board presents an Education and Training Guidance Service for Young Adults.

The Business Information Centre, Central Library, Monday 4 March 3-5pm

Humans of Dublin - An exhibition

Humans of DublinFebruary and March in Dublin City Library and Archive.

Photographic Exhibition by Peter Varga. Two years ago, Peter Varga began a photo project that would change the course of his life. Inspired by the success of similar projects internationally, he began to walk the streets of Dublin, interviewing and photographing those he met along the way. The result is a remarkable series of portraits which capture the vibrancy and diversity of Dublin life. From tales of inspiration and joy to those of heartbreak and loss, all of human life is captured in these wonderful photos in Varga’s book and exhibition.

Young Adult Band

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Music Library. Each Thursday from February to May from 4 -6pm (check with Music Library about school holidays). New members will be welcomed.

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