Libraries

Inchcore Library Refurbishment, Submissions Sought

InchicorelibraryPursuant to the requirements of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended), and the Planning and Development Regulations 2001 (as amended) - Part 8, notice is hereby given of an upgrade to the building, Inchicore Library, in compliance with current building regulations.

Music Lending, a smash hit at Pearse Street Library

girlsrockdublinInstrument Carousel - a partnership between Girls Rock Dublin and Dublin City Libraries was a smash hit with all the teenagers in Pearse Library on Culture Night last Friday. Instrument Carousel was an opportunity for participants to explore their musical potential.

Free Online Reference and Research Resources

Resources I guess it’s that time of year again! If you’re back to school or college, read on to find out about our amazing array of FREE online research and reference resources. We have something here to help you with your studies, whatever level you’re at.

The Royal Visit 1911

royalvisitKing George V ascended to the British throne on the 6th of May 1911, following the death of his father, Edward VII. After being crowned in Westminster Abbey, George and Queen Mary embarked on a tour beginning in Ireland and ending in India.

Libraries Rock Dublin!

culturenight2019This Culture Night marks the beginning of a fantastic opportunity for teenagers to borrow a musical instrument from Dublin City Libraries. Dublin City Libraries and Girls Rock Dublin are proud to present “GRD Gear Library”, the gear loan service designed for teenagers under 18 and launching on Culture Night with “Instrument Carousel”. Girls Rock Dublin is a non-profit, volunteer-led organisation that builds girls’ self-esteem through music creation and performance.

Remembering Cathal MacDowell

Dublin City Library & Archive, Pearse Street; Friday 4 October at 1.10pm 

A discussion on Cecil Grange MacDowell, revolutionary, artist and musician with a day-job as a draughtsman in Dublin Corporation where he was involved in several notable civic schemes for improving the city.   

Limerick and other 'Soviets'

Ballyfermot Library, Thursday 3 October at 6.30pm

Against the backdrop of the Irish War of Independence and the Civil War, numerous so-called 'Soviets' emerged across Ireland, most famously in Limerick in 1919. What motivated these events, and what impact did they have on the broader revolution?   

Tourism in Ireland on the 20th Century: Selling a Nation

Kevin Street Library, Thursday 3 October at 6.30pm

Using images from 20th century guidebooks, maps, magazines and posters, DCC historian-in-residence Maeve Casserly will reveal how post-independence Ireland was sold as a tourist destination at home and abroad. 

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