Dermot Bolger celebrates Séamus Ennis

Finglas Library, Monday 29 April at 6.30pm 

Dermot Bolger celebrates the career of acclaimed musician Séamus Ennis. Featuring Mary McDermott in conversation about Finglas' own Féile Séamus Ennis. 

Dánta agus Duanta

Leabharlann Marino, Dé Luain 20 Bealtaine ag 6.15pm

Filíocht agus Amhráin á gcur i láthair ag Buíon an Talaimh Ghlais, Fionnradharc.  

A Healthier Garden

Walkinstown Library, Monday 29 April at 6.30pm

Join Fiann Ó Nualláin aka The Holistic Gardener as he provides tips and hints on how to create a healthier garden.  

Easter Fun at Ballymun Library!!

Spot!For the month of April, Ballymun Library’s junior book clubs are celebrating ‘Spring Into Storytime’. This is a national storytelling initiative organised by the Local Government Management Agency.  It’s designed to encourage families to read together. With over 40 people in attendance, we had a super morning of magic and fun at Ballymun Library last Tuesday, 16th of April.  The Easter Bunny paid a surprise visit and left lots of surprises for our junior patrons. 

Dublin Cattle Market – A workplace that has disappeared

Historians in Residence Work and the availability of it is one of the features of human society that can be very contradictory in nature but has a huge impact, on the individual, on the community and on the shape of the physical environment in which they are situated. Dublin has expanded enormously since the beginning of the 20th century and many of the industries that were providing employment at that time have changed; either disappearing altogether or adapting to technological and other developments in the intervening century.


Jazz in the Afternoon

The Music Library, Thursday 9 May at 1pm

The Music Library presents Jazz in the Afternoon with The Acoustic Guitar Duo.

Pop Up Career Guidance Clinic for Young Adults

Work Matters at the Library logo

Cabra Library, Wednesday 24 April at 3 - 4.30pm

City of Dublin Education & Training Board (CDETB) presents a pop up career guidance clinic for young adults. 

May Bank Holiday Arrangements

Dublin City Public Libraries will be closed from Saturday May 4 until Monday May 6 (inclusive).  Branch libraries will re-open on Tuesday, 7 May. for more details...

The Camino Voyage Film Screening

Camino Voyage stillThursday 16 May at 5.30pm at Pearse Street Library

Join us for a free special screening of The Camino Voyage (2018), with an introduction by the film's director Dónal Ó Céilleachair, to celebrate Dublin Boat Rally 2019.

"It takes some class of determination to row all the way from Ireland to Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain. It takes more to do so in a traditional naomhóg. Yet four men, poet Sheehy, artist Holden, musician Begley, and stonemason Moriarity, set out to do just that in three gruelling yearly stages, beginning in 2014. Hansard joined them later. O'Céilleachair's film records the journey with care and grace. You'll feel uplifted and a little exhausted by the close. " (The Irish Times, 23/11/18)

The War of Independence - 2 part talk series

Terenure Library, Wednesday 10 & 17 April at 6.30pm 

Join Maeve Casserly, Historian in Residence as she takes an in depth look at the impact of The War of Independence.