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Storytime for All - relaxed storytelling with Juliette Saumande

Charleville Mall Library, Saturday 15 June at 10.30am  

Join Juliette Saumande for relaxed storytelling with Children's Books Ireland. Suitable for children 0-8 years. Juliette is officially obsessed with stories; she reads them, translates them, reviews them, recommends them, and has been known to talk about them in her sleep. 

Soundscape - Immersive Multisensory Experience for Children with Autism

Cabra Library, Saturday 15 June with sessions starting at 10.30am; 11.10am; 1pm; 1.40pm; 3pm; 3.40pm

Soundscape - Immersive Multisensory Experience for Children with Autism. Suitable for children age 6-10 years. Enjoy this space where children can wander freely and explore a variety of sights, feelings and sounds. Sound artist Slavek Kwi and performer Niamh Lawlor guide children and their families on a sensory and immersive journey unique to the moment, which responds to the ability of the child. Children are invited to connect with and make sound with the artists.

Trash to Treasure - Visual Arts Workshop

Wakinstown Library, Saturday 15 June at 11am.  

Transform throwaway items into a character or object that you will never want to part with at Trash to Treasure visual arts workshop. Suitable for children age 7-10 years. Join artist Órla Kelly for creative fun in celebration of Cruinniú na nÓg.

Storytime for All - relaxed storytelling with Paul Timoney

Charleville Mall Library, Saturday 15 June at 12.15pm

Join Paul Timoney for relaxed storytelling with Children's Books Ireland. Session suitable for children age 3-6 years. Paul Timoney tells stories to people of all ages, and knows how to make children laugh with his brilliant stories. Paul can tell stories that engage all of the senses, with lots of fun props to touch and play with that fully engage children with the story. He will be telling some sensory stories in this session. 

Storytime for All with Debbie Thomas

Cabra Library, Saturday 15 June at 2pm. 

Debbie Thomas believes that stories live everywhere: up trees, around the corner, under the sofa and of course inside heads. Debbie will be running this relaxed, fun session that welcomes all. Suitable for children age 5-8 years. As well as writing them herself, she loves helping others find their own stories.

The Whole World Fits in My Head - Poetry Treasure Hunt

Dolphin's Barn Library, Saturday 15 June from 2.00-4.00pm

Pop into Dolphin's Barn Library and take a look at the brilliant work procuded by local school schildren as part of the The World Fits in My Head project. Alongside the exhibition of this work, a Poetry Treasure Hunt will take place to celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg. The treasure hunt is suitabe for children age 5+.  Look for the clues hidden around the library, answer the questions and find your own nuggets of poetry to add to our collective treasure!

Monster Storytime

Central Library, Saturday 15 June at 2.30pm 

Monster Storytime with Dublin City Libraries Reader in Residence Ruth Concannon.  Fun storytime session most suitable for children age 4-7 years. 

Early Years Creative Music

Walkinstown Library, Saturday 15 June at 3pm

A music workshop exploring some of the infinite possibilities of creative expression when we use our voice and imagination to celebrate selfhood and explore the world around us. Family event and suitable for children under 5 years. Event organised to celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg. 

Storytime for All with Paul Timoney

Cabra Library, Saturday 15 June at 3pm

Paul Timoney tells stories to people of all ages, and knows how to make children laugh with his brilliant tales. Session suitable for children age 3-6 years.  Paul tells stories that engage all of the senses, with lots of fun props to touch and play with that fully engage children with the story.

Moving Image

Kevin Street Library, Saturday 15 June at 3.30pm

Learn how to build a projection theatre and create a moving theme-based visual story with artist Elizaberth Archbold. Suitable for children age 7-11 years. Children will experiment with shape and scale to make a story-reel, projecting images onto their theatre screens.

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