Dublin City Library and Archive is extending its opening hours
From 23 January 2023 the Reading Room will be open to researchers by appointment on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 4.30pm, including through lunchtime. Our study area is now open from 10:00am – 20:00 Monday to Thursday and 10am to 5pm on Fridays and Saturdays
Book clubs are a great way to establish a sense of community with other readers. You can spend hours chatting with people who love the same authors as you, or debating about the merits of a particular character/plot.
Dublin Lunar New Year festival runs from 20 - 29 January to with lots of events and celebrations taking place around Dublin. 2023 is the year of the Rabbit which symbolises peace, prosperity, and luck in Chinese culture
Several acquaintances have confided in me that one of their New Year’s resolutions is to start reading again. When asked for any tips my advice is always the same: start with something short. In that vein, one of the books I have read since the beginning of the year is Simone de Beauvoir’s The Inseparables, a novel supposedly considered “too intimate” to be published during the author’s life.
Storytelling and Toddler groups at Dublin City Libraries
Toddler Group / Baby Group/ Storytime for children takes place in the following Dublin City Libraries on a regular basis. Days and times can vary so it is advisable to check with the relevant library in advance.
A vital aspect of fashion is its relationship to society at large. In recent years this has become considerably more complex. Everyday life is influenced by what people do, what they say, and more importantly what they wear.