Spring Programme 2017

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Spring  Programme 2017 The new year brings new possibilities to explore using your council’s public library service. Why not visit your local library, join up or dig out your old membership card and find a limitless choice of services and programmes in an instant. Highlights from our Spring Programme include Citywide reading programme for children, Dublin: One City, One Book, our Career Directions Programme, Terence Davies in conversation with Roddy Doyle.

April
Dublin: One City One Book
International Dublin Literary Award
City Hall Lecture Series: The First World War
Emerging Artists Series: Music in Motion
Poetry Day Ireland
Speaking Words: with Martin Hansard
Start Your Own Business
Learning
Be a part of Creative Ireland: Creative Writing | Painting Groups | Needlecraft
Home Energy Savings Kits
Dublin and the Great War 1914–18
Cruinniú na Cásca Festival

Exhibitions

Swift and Dublin
Dublin Remembers: Stories from the Somme
Judging by the Cover - Illustrators' Ireland
 

Download the Spring Programme (PDF, 1.23MB)

Events past

March
Career Direction & Development: Networking Made Easy with Brian Barry
Career Direction & Development: Advice and tips for job hunting
Engineers Week
Seachtain na Gaeilge
Speaking Words: with James Conway, Mary Guckian and Victor Feldman
Pembroke Library History Talk
Contemporary Irish Literature Series
Adult Learner’s Festival
Family History Day
Local History Group Day
Minecraft Architectural Workshop. Apologies. This event is now fully booked

February
Career Direction & Development: Career Mentoring and Coaching Programme
Conversation Café at Cabra Library
Music Library Spring Series: Divas and Divos
Celebrating 60 years between Japan and Ireland
Speaking Words: Poet Seán Quinn.  Postponed. Apologies
Pembroke Library History Talk
Audi Dublin International Film Festival: Terence Davies in conversation with Roddy Doyle
Russian Festival of Culture
The Readers' Voice: Anne Enright interviews Bernard McLaverty

January to March
Citywide reading programme for children