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What's On at the Library

Spring ProgrammeSpring Programme
February to April at Dublin City Public Libraries
Career workshops, conversation cafés, music, talks, readings - there's lots on this Spring!
Readers' VoicesThe Readers' Voice.
23 February, 6.30pm at Ballymun Library.
Anne Enright in conversation with Bernard MacLaverty about his book 'Grace Notes'.
Jonathan SwiftJonathan Swift and Dublin Exhibition
January & February at Dublin City Library & Archive, Pearse Street.
Exhibition celebrating the 350th anniversary of Swift's birth.
career choicesCareer Mentoring and Coaching
9, 16, 23 February at Business Information Centre, Central Library
4 free events with Ilaria Dondero, Career & Life Coaching
Exhibition panelsExhibitions to View, February
Various Libraries
Including Jonathan Swift and Dublin, Stories from the Somme and Judging by the Cover.


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