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Introduction to Mindfulness

Monday 28 January at 6.30pm in Finglas Library.

Tuesday 29 January at 6.30pm in Drumcondra Library.

5 Simple Ways to gain more inner peace, no matter how busy you are. Introduction to Mindfulness

Making Demos using Garageband - Adults

Tues 29 Jan at 1pm-2pm Taster workshop for adults

Tues 5, Tues 12 and Tues 19 Feb at 1pm adult groups (Booking required)Musician in Residence


Find Your Head!

Tuesday 29 January 2019 at 3.30pm in Cabra Library, Navan Road, Dublin 7.

A fun and interactive session with Patricia Forde based on her novel Bumpfizzle the Best on Planet Earth.

Patricia will talk about her life as a writer and invite the children to help her create Bumpfizzle’s home planet Plonk and the characters who live there as well as reading from the book. Suitable for children 6 to 10 years.

Bumpfizzle Cabra Library event

Chair Aerobics

Wednesday 30 January at 11am in Charleville Mall Library

Thursday 5 February at 11am in Ballyfermot Library.

Wednesday 20 February at 11am in Ballymun Library.

Facilitated by Tara Behan.Healthy Ireland at Your Library

Douglas Kennedy in Conversation with Madeleine Keane

Thursday 31 January at 6.30pm in Dublin City Library & Archive, Pearse St.

Dublin UNESCO City of Literature and Hutchinson Books present bestselling author Douglas Kennedy in conversation with Sunday Independent Literary Editor Madeleine Keane. He will talk about his writing career and in particular his latest book The Great Wide Open. This will be followed by a Q&A and a book signing. Books will be on sale at the event. Booking essential Douglas Kennedy

Fussy Eating

Tuesday 5 February at 6.30pm in Drumcondra Library.

Healthy Eating talk with Richelle Flanagan, Registered Dietitian. Healthy Ireland at Your Library

Michael Grant Education Series: 2019 Anniversaries

Thursday 7 February 2019 at 1pm, Thursday 14 February at 1pm and Thursday 21 February at 1pm at the Music Library, Central Library, Ilac Centre.

Michael Grant in his first series of talks for 2019 will look at the lives, loves and the careers of another group of important composers who have anniversaries in 2019. 2019 Anniversaries

Making Demos using Garageband - Young Adults

Thurs 7 Feb at 4pm-6pm Taster Workshop for Young Adults

Thurs 14, Thurs 21 Feb and Thurs 28 Feb at 4pm-6pm Young Adult groups (Booking required). Musician in Residence

Talk: Canaletto and the Art of Venice

NGI audienceTuesday 19 February at 1pm at Pearse Street Library

This illustrated talk will introduce audiences not only to Canaletto and his contemporaries, but also to the fascinating social circles and artistic networks of Venice during this period. Join art and architectural historian Aoife-Marie Buckley as she delves into the characters and theatrics of Canaletto’s world, as well as the architecture and structure of these now iconic views. The talk will give those who wish to visit the exhibition in the National Gallery a wonderful introduction to what they’ll experience, while those who can’t make it to the exhibition will have the opportunity to see and hear about these unique works.

Spanish Film Club - Film Screening

Sé quién eresWednesday 20 February at 5.30pm at Pearse Street Library.

Sé quién eres (I know who you are), Director: Patricia Ferreira, (2000) 100 min.

Paloma, a young psychiatrist in love with her work, meets Mario, a disturbing and seductive patient, in a remote hospital. The patient suffers from Korsakoff syndrome, a strange disease that alters memory and makes of him a very interesting case study for Paloma. Their relationship becomes more complicated due to the fear and attraction Paloma feels towards her patient.