Popular Library Events
Join us for a jam-packed day of poetry at South Dublin Libraries as we celebrate Poetry Day Ireland (29th April)
Our immensely popular poetry competition returns this year.
A series of lectures on the Irish War of Independence marking 100 years since the revolutionary period.
We are delighted to welcome back actress, playwright and author Lisa Harding for a special event to mark her highly anticipated second novel, Bright Burning Things which recounts the story of a one-time actress struggling with addiction and the fear of losing her son.
Join Marita as she discusses the novel, her career and more with fellow novelist, Tanya Farrelly.
If you love animals, stories and drawing, this is perfect for you! Join author and illustrator Alan Nolan for a fun hour of crazy animal facts, drawing and storytelling for all the family.
Join Manchán Magan, author of recently published bestseller Thirty-Two for Field, for a workshop on Writing Ireland.
Carmel Uí Cheallaigh will talk about her recent book Irish Heroes for Children-Kevin Barry. A fantastic resource for homeschoolers. Suitable for ages 7-10.
During this one hour webinar we'll look at the role emotion plays in poetry, and the role poetry plays for us in understanding our emotions. Participants will come away with a greater understanding of the role of emotion in poetry, and tips on how best to convey it through our choice and use of language, tone and format.
Calling all book clubs and readers across the County – take part in our fun Book Quiz celebrating Ireland Reads.