From the Liffey to Phibsboro

heritage Week logoJoin author and historian Peter Clarke as he explores our Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian heritage.

Phibsboro Library on Monday 19 August at 6.30 pm

Summer Stars Reading Inspiration: Non-Fiction

Blog coverWe know that many of our Summer Stars love to read fiction, but we wanted to remind everyone that any book you read counts towards your Summer Stars totals!

Comics at Dublin City Libraries

 Comics We’ve previously looked at the instantly downloadable comics on the libraries’ RBdigital app so now let’s turn an eye to those hard copies. 

Storytelling at Raheny Library

Raheny Library. Wednesday July 31st at 11am.

Storytelling for 3 - 6 year olds .

Free admission, no booking required.

Marvel Comics on RBdigital

RB Digital Comics

RBdigital is Dublin City Libraries’ free app for comics and graphic novels. You can create an account with your library card and an email address. The app is free and is available on Android, iOS, and Kindle devices.

Dublin City Libraries - Out and About July 20 - 21

Rose FestivalDublin City Libraries are Out and About on Saturday 20 July and Sunday 21 July. We'll be at the Maker Faire in Merrion Square with out new Maker Bus on Saturday July 20th and at the annual Rose Festival in St. Anne's Park all weekend. At teh rose Festival we'll have workshhops and events for kids and ourMobile Library. See below for more details.



Summer Stars Reading Inspiration

Summer Stars Fiction

Looking for some inspiration for your Summer Stars Reading Adventure? Open up a door to alternate universes for your child by recommending one of our special Summer Stars Sci-Fi books! Copies of all three books will be in all Dublin City Libraries in the coming days.

The Magic of Music

Donaghmede Library, Tuesday 16 July at 11am

Raheny Library. Tuesday 16 July at 2.30pm   *Please note this session is fully booked*

Kevin Street Library, Wednesday 7 August at 2.30pm  

An exciting Magic of Music exploration of how words and rhymes in books bring rhythmic patterns to life. Children will explore this using samba drumming, tuned bells with the chords of Pachelbels Canon, rap music and composition. Suitable for children age 7-11 years.

Summer Programme for Children

summer ProgrammeTo complement the Summer Stars reading initiative, we are delighted to present our Summer Programme for Children, a fun packed series of events and activities.

Enjoy storytelling, music, performance, puppet shows, drama workshops and much more that will appeal to children of all ages. Selected highlights include Space Lego workshops with Bricks4Kidz and Sensational Space workshops with The Rediscovery Centre where children will develop their creative thinking skills and may be inspired to become STEM practitioners of the future.     

New Fiction Books for July

New Fiction New fiction at Dublin City Libraries this July. Looking for a great read to enjoy in this fabulous sunshine?