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Information Stands in the Busines Information Centre

March in the Business Information Centre, Central Library, ILAC Centre -

  • Thursday 1 March from 2pm to 4.30pm - Dublin Business School Helpdesk. Information, help and advice on selecting a FREE Course such as Springboard+, ICT Skills, Business and much more
  • Thursday 15 March from 2pm to 4.30pm - Dublin Business School Helpdesk. Information, help and advice on selecting a FREE Course such as Springboard+, ICT Skills, Business and much more

DocSpot Documentary Film Club

AtapuercaSaturday 3 March at 2pm at Pearse Street Library.

Atapuerca. (1997) 95 minutes. Directed by Javier Trueba

The Sierra Atapuerca in Spain contains limestone caves used by humans for almost a million years.  The film, using 3D graphics, presents archaeological discoveries made over the last twenty years.

Work Matters at the library

Work MattersMonday 5 March to Thursday 8 March at various times and locations.

Are you looking for a job or a career change? Are you thinking of starting your own business? With professional staff and access to a broad range of services, the library is a place to research, work and learn new skills. Sign up for a free 90minutes group business advice clinic with a mentor from Dublin City Council’s Local Enterprise Office. These clinics will give you the direction you may need before you commit to starting your own business. The Business Advice Group Clinic is a free service where you can share your business ideas with one of the Local Enterprise Office Mentors.
Booking is required for all the following workshops -

Clear out your Clutter and Reconnect to Yourself

Healthy IrelandTuesday 6 March at 6.30pm in Pembroke Library.

Clear out your Clutter and Reconnect to Yourself in 2018 - Sometimes we find ourselves holding onto items we know we don’t need, old toys or clothes we will never wear again.  For some the clutter builds due to illness, moving home, bereavement or loss of sense of self. Learn practical tips and suggestions on how to let go of the past and to move forward and make positive changes to live in a more meaningful and connected way. This talk is presented by Fiona Hall, Psychotherapist and the founder of Consciously Clearing.

NEW! Learn to Play the Violin for Free

ViolinMarch - April in Donaghmede and Rathmines Libraries

A free beginner 8 week course on learning the violin will take place at Donaghmede and Rathmines libraries in Spring 2018.  Violins & tutorial books will be provided to all learners who are members of the group.

Starting in Donaghmede Library with violin teacher, Niamh O’Connor on Wednesday 7 March, 10.30am

To book your place for 8 weeks, please contact: Donaghmede Library  T: 8482833 Email:

Starting in Rathmines Library with violin teacher, Naomi Dunleavy-O’Shea on Thursday 8 March, 1pm.

What was it the doctor said...?” Tips for understanding and remembering

Understanding the doctorWednesday 21 February at 11am in Coolock Library. Wednesday 7 March at 1pm in the Central Library. Wednesday 14 March at 11am in Donaghmede Library.

Many of us find that relevant health information is difficult to access, understand and use. We all need good health literacy to understand health information correctly and to make an informed decision. In her presentation, Helen Ryan, Policy Officer with NALA will look at the health literacy skills we need today when dealing with health services and provide tips for communicating more effectively. The events are free. Booking is essential.

Crumlin/Walkinstown history group talk

CrumlinWednesday 7 March at 6.30pm in Walkinstown Library

Are you interested in being part of a Historical group in the Crumlin, Walkinstown area? A history group has recently formed and their next meeting will take place in Walkinstown Library with a local history talk.

All welcome to attend.

High Fibre, Fat Free: Unlocking the code of food product labels

Healthy IrelandThursday 8 March at 6.30pm in Cabra Library

When you look at different brands of the same food type, do you find it difficult to tell which is the healthier product ? Then join this practical, hands-on workshop that will guide you through how to read and understand everyday nutrition labels.
Consultant Dietitian Aoife Hanna will pass on practical skills on how to identify if a food has too much sugar in it, what does "source of fibre" mean compared to "high fibre", and does "fat free" really mean it's good for you? 
Aoife will also look at the important information to look out for depending on certain medical conditions such as diabetes or high cholesterol.

Up and Go Exercise Class for Over 55’s

Healthy IrelandThursday 8 March at 11am in Walkinstown Library and Wednesday 14 March at 11am in Coolock Library

How about a taster exercise class to get you back in the swing of things. A trainer from Siel Bleu Up & Go community programme will guide you through the steps of a full workout in a fun and energetic manner. Learn which exercises will help to improve your levels of strength, balance and co-ordination.  
The events are free. Booking is essential.

Spanish Film Club - Film Screening

Requistos para ser una persona normalThursday 8 March at 5.30pm at Pearse Street Library.

Requistos para ser una persona normal. (Requirements to be a normal person). 2015, 94 minutes. Directed by Leticia Dolera

In a job inerview María is asked to define what kind of person she is. In answering she realises she may not be like other people. This prompts her journey to achieve ‘normalacy’.