Your Library – It’s Not Just Books you Know!
Fingal Libraries are packed with FREE events for everyone. Check out www.fingalcoco.ie/library/whatson
, follow us on www.twitter.com/fingallibraries
or contact your local branch.
Balbriggan 01 870 4401 Baldoyle 01 890 6793
Blanchardstown 01 890 5563 Garristown 01 835 5020 Howth Rush
01 849 1900 Swords
01 832 2130 Malahide 01 870 4430 01 870 8144 Skerries 01 840 4179
Fingal eBooks available anytime, anywhere Fingal County Libraries now lets Library members download eBooks from our library’s website to PC, Mac®, and many mobile devices using just a valid library card and PIN number. Books automatically expire so no late fees! Check out www.fingalcoco.ie/library
Over 55’s seminars at Blanchardstown Library Fingal Libraries in conjunction with the Dublin 15 Citizens Information Service present seminars for over 55s in Blanchardstown Library during May covering entitlements, income supports, income tax, state pensions, nursing homes, long term care and wills. Contact Blanchardstown Library on 01 890 5563 for details.
Ever wanted to learn how to draw and paint? “Art for absolute beginners”, painting workshops for adults with John Carpenter take place in Blanchardstown, Balbriggan, Baldoyle, Swords and Rush libraries in May as part of the Bealtaine festival celebrating creativity in older age. Call now to book.
Spring at Séamus Ennis Centre Naul
Sat. 24th March Kieran Goss Sun. 25th March Clann agus Cairde Fri. 30th March
Sat. 31st March /Sun. 1st April Sun. 1st April Wed. 2nd April Sat. 7th April Sun. 8th April
Séamus Begley & Oisín MacDiarmada
Naul Gardening Club Spring Show Sunday Session
Easter Flower Arranging Beoga
Thurs. 12th April Film “Potiche” Sat. 14th April Sun. 15th April Fri. 20th April Sat. 21st April Sun. 22nd April
The Ger Wolfe Trio Sunday Session
Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane & Paul Kelly Record Fair
Piper in the Parlour
Thurs. 26th April Film “We need to talk about Kevin” Sat. 28th April Woody Pines
Childrens events Mon. 2nd April
Wed. 3rd April
Pottery workshop for Children (Make a cakestand)
Storytelling for younger children
For further information go to www.seamusenniscentre.com
or call 01 802 0898 for booking.
Spring is in the Air at Draíocht
With a wide range of music on offer including Folk the Recession, I Hear You Calling Me and the wonderful Fil Campbell, Dublin 15’s arts venue has lots on offer.
Johnny Duhan and Niamh Kavanagh are back along with Vladimir Jablokov and his sell-out show ‘Classical Twist’. Kevin McAleer, Ardal O’Hanlon, John Colleary and Patrick McDonnell bring their comedy shows and comedy dramas, ‘The Wheelchair on my Face’ and ‘My Brilliant Divorce’, will also play. Ballet Ireland’s beautiful ‘Romeo and Juliet’ comes in April. Artists exhibiting in the gallery include Cathy Henderson, Dave West, Deirdre Byrne and Allyson Keehan.
Draíochts children’s programme includes Free Family Days, Youth Theatre, Mini Music Academy. The family show ‘Kindur –
Check out Draíocht’s website for full details www.whatsoninblanch.ie
or call us on 01 885 2622 for a free Season Brochure of Events. LIKE Draíocht on Facebook and get news daily.
The Adventurous Life of Icelandic Sheep’, travels to Fingal from Italy as part of Spréacha, our annual International Arts Programme for Children.
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