Thanks for bearing with us as we work to resolve teething problems with our new online system. Your library service now has its own online catalogue where you can search and reserve items and log in and manage your account. The online catalogue for Dublin City members is https://dublincity.spydus.ie
The Public History of Slavery in Dublin by Ciaran O’Neill
On 26th January 2022 the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alison Gilliand launched the book of the 24th annual Sir John T. Gilbert commemorative lecture “The Public History of Slavery in Dublin” by Ciaran O’Neill.
My love affair with libraries started in rural Ireland where I grew up. I was a voracious reader and I quickly made friends with the local librarian who sneaked me a couple of extra books on a Saturday.
Last time, we spoke about physical exercise for puppies, and how moderation was key. Anyone with a puppy will know however, that they can be really full of beans! So what can you do if your puppy still has lots of energy to burn after they’ve done their quota of physical exercise?
Did you know that the most common mistake people make with exercising their puppy is that they do too much? It takes about a year and a half for a dog’s growth plates to close, and about a year for the muscular system to be fully developed.
Dublin City Libraries Book Delivery Service for Cocooners
Dublin City Libraries, in partnership with the Dublin Volunteer Centre are delighted to announce the launch of a book delivery service for people who are cocooning.If you or your loved one are cocooning and would like to avail of this service, library staff will take your request and organise the delivery of the items to your home, with the help of volunteers from the Dublin Volunteer Centre. All items are on long loan, there are no overdue fines or fees and access to the service is always FREE.Contact us by phone at 01 6744818 or by email at [email protected] between 10am and 2pm from Monday to Friday.We look forward to welcoming all of our library users back when our libraries reopen, but in the meantime we would encourage those cocooning to take advantage of this new service and to stay safe, stay well and stay home!