This Saturday, join us for #GetIrelandGrowing Day. Download the GIY app and discover 12 simple but powerful challenges to help people connect with nature through food growing. Expect special guests, spot prizes, demonstrations and lots of fun.
Catch up with the Historian-in-Residence for Children
One thing that has become really clear from talking to children is the huge role that reading plays in fostering their interest in history. Often reading historical fiction is a kind of gateway into exploring a particular historical period or topic. In response to this, I co-designed with a group of very dedicated young readers of history, a monthly history book group for children.
The City Hall lectures started in September 2001, the format is that lectures take place at lunchtime, each Tuesday in April and October, and a specific Dublin-related theme is chosen for each month. 2021 marks the 34th lecture series.
City Routes: A Deep Mapping of Dublin’s Central Library
Over the last two years, the artist Silvia Loeffler whose practice concerns itself with mapping interactions was inspired by the creative possibilities of the Central Library, the busiest public library in Dublin city.