Libraries

Down Memory Lane

Central Library, Monday 13 May at 1pm

Take a walk down Memory Lane with an interative presentation on old Dublin using photos from the collections of Dublin City Libraries. 

Jazz Guitar Lunchtime Concert

Central Library, Thursday 9 May at 1pm.

A musical treat awaits as The Acoustic Guitar Duo perform magical jazz pieces. 

Songs of the City

Central Library, Wednesday 1 May at 1pm  

Lunchtime concert performance with singer songwriter Martin Hansard. 

Beneath the Clock

Rathmines Library, Thursday 2 May at 6pm

Celebrate Poetry Day Ireland with poetry readings by members of Rathmines Writers' Workshop.  

The Notabelles in Concert

Rathmines Library, Wednesday 8 May at 7pm

Concert performance by The Notabelles.  Enjoy Barbershop Hits of the 1950's. The Notabelles are an all-female group who sing a capella style.

New Non-Fiction Books for May

non-fictionDo you love learning more about the world and the human condition? How about learning a new skill or making a big life change? A non-fiction book can be just as inspirational and worthwhile a read as any work of fiction and we've gots lots of new titles to choose from this month!

New Children's Books for May

 Kids BooksToday we’re showcasing a selection of children's titles that are new to Dublin City Libraries this month. You’ll find plenty of titles to choose from in the PDF document below.

Artist Works

Artist Works LogoHave you ever wanted to learn how to sing or to play an instrument? Do you want unlimited access to the best in video-based art & music instruction? Would you like all this for free?

Kevin St Horror Bookclub

Kevin St horror bookclub Kevin Street Library launches their new Horror Bookclub on Tuesday June 4th 2019, 6-7pm.

Séamus Ennis, Final Years

Larkin statueThis year marks the centenary of the birth of Séamus Ennis, the renowned musician, singer, folklorist and broadcaster who left behind, to quote from one obituary, “a priceless heritage of Irish tradition to the nation”. Inspired by on-going centenary events taking place across Dublin and at the Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, this blog briefly examines Ennis’s final years and death.

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