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HX 50/10

HX 50/10

Rathmines Library 24 January - 21 February

An exhibition of creative work made with the community of Harold’s Cross as part of The National Neighbourhood.

HX 50/10 incorporates Life Lines by Harold’s Cross Ladies Club with artist Peter Varga (Humans of Dublin), and two documentary film pieces made with and about Harold’s Cross Community Festival with filmmaker Dave Knox.

Chair Yoga and Meditation

Ballyfermot Library, Friday 24 January to 28 February at 10.30am

This six-week series is an introduction to yoga and is suitable for all ages and abilities. It will comprise of gentle breath work, safe seated and standing poses and stretches, and some meditation techniques to promote peace of mind. Part of Healthy Ireland at Your Library programme.

Web Design with HTML Coding

Walkinstown Library, Saturday 25 January at 2.30pm 

Ballymun Library, Saturday 22 February at 2.30pm   

Get to grips with graphics, images, and formatting to create your own web pages. Workshop suitable for children/teens age 12+. Part of STEMsational Saturdays at Your Library series.

Getting Citizens Online - Digital Skills Course

Ballymun Library, Monday 3 to Thursday 6 February, 2-4.30pm *fully booked*

Drumcondra Library, Monday 3 to Wednesday 12 February, 10am-12.30pm

Finglas Library, Tuesday 4 to Thursday 13 February, 10am-12.30pm *fully booked*  

Cabra Library, Monday 10 to Thursday 13 February, 2-4.30pm 

Pearse Street Library, Monday 17 to Thursday 20 February, 10am-12.30pm

Kevin Street Library, Mondsay 17 to Thursday 20 February, 2.-4.30pm   

Raheny Library, Monday 24 to Thursday 27 February, 10.15am-12.45pm 

Dolphin's Barn Library, Monday 24 to Thursday 27 February, 2-4.30pm

Terenure Library, Monday 9 to Thursday 12 March, 2-4.30pm  

Getting Citizens Online is a digital skills learning course for those who have never used the internet. This is an initiative of the Departmewnt of Communications, Climate Action and Environment that offers 10 hours free tuition to each participant.  Course content includes how to better understand  the internet, how to create an e-mail account, an introduction to government online services and social media. 

Parents Plus

Rahmines Library Thursdays at 5.30pm

13, 20 & 27 February, 5, 12 & 19 March

Early Years Programme for parents of 1 – 6 year olds – 6 week course facilitated by Ciannait Ní Riain Uí Broin & Andrea O’Toole

For information or to book ring Ciannait  086 823 5915

Passports, Pilots and Planes: a history of Dublin Airport

Drumcondra Library; Thursday 6 February at 6.30pm

Ballymun Library; Monday 10 February at 6.30pm 

Cabra Library; Thursday 20 February at 6.30pm 

Raheny Library; Thursday 27 February at 6.30pm

Dublin Airport, or Collinstown Airport as it was originally known, is 80 years old this year but the site has an aviation history stretching as far back as 1917. This talk focuses on how Dublin Airport has developed from one flight a day on grass runways to the European Union's 11th largest airport and Ireland's gateway to the world.  

Desktop Publishing and Graphic Design

Ballymun Library, Saturday 8 February at 2.30pm

Pearse Street Library, Saturday 7 March at 2.30pm  

Layout, layering, image manipulation and effects - learn how to use these techniques to create your own posters, website graphics...or maybe an Angry Bird or two! Workshop suitable for children age 8+. Part of STEMsational Saturdays at Your Library series.

Alzheimer Society of Ireland Mobile Information Service

Raheny Library, Wednesday 12 February, 11am-2pm  

Walkinstown Library, Tuesday 24 March, 11am-2pm  

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland's Mobile Information Service provides information and support to people with dementia and their families, as well as those concerned about their cognitive health. The unit provides a suite of resources and factsheets relating to dementia. All are invited on-board to view the information and resources. 

Job Search - the Right Tools and the Right Attitude

Work Matters at the Library logoInchicore Library, Wednesday 12 February at 6.30 pm

Marino Library, Wednesday 11 March at 6.30 pm

Looking for a job can be very frustrating and an effective strategy is essential for success.

Hosted as part of the national Work Matters at the Library programme.

My Baby & Me, Family Learning

Rathmines Library Thursdays 10.15 – 11.45

13, 20 & 27 February, 5, 12 & 19 March

My Baby & Me, Family Learning; 6 week Parenting Course on Family Learning facilitated by City of Dublin Education & Training Board.

For information or to book ring Maria 087 266 4878

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