Events in Louth County Libraries
Dundalk Library. Tel: 042-9353190
Children's Book Festival - events throughout October for all ages. See Children's Book Festival 2014.jpg (size 323.6 KB)
English Language Classes: English for Employment. 10 week course begins Thur. Oct 2nd @ 6pm. Numbers are limited so please book at issue desk. This course is free of charge.
Patents, Trademarks, Designs & Copyright for Business: A Talk on different tupes of Intellectual Property. Tues. Oct. 7th @ 6.30pm. Please book at issue desk
Ongoing Events at Dundalk Branch Library
Knitting Club: Please register interest at issue desk.
Georgie Porgie Tots Corner, Parent & Toddler Group: Every Thursday @ 10am
Europe Direct Centre – Dundalk Library is a Europe Direct Centre and provides information on issues related to the European Union including EU Publications and general queries about the role of the EU. Free phone access to Europe Direct contact centre and web access to the EU websites is provided go to http://ec.europa.eu/europedirect/
Adult Book Clubs – Rediscover the joy of reading and discuss your views with others. A monthly book Club meets in Dundalk Library the first Tuesday of every month at 6.30 pm. And another the first Thursday of the month at 11.00 am.
WiFi Access is available to current Library members. Renew your Library membership today and avail of free WiFi in Dundalk, Drogheda and Ardee Libraries as well as several hot spots in Dundalk Town Centre. Ask at issue desk for registration details and PIN no.
Computer Classes for groups .If you are interested in updating your computer skills please phone Dundalk Library on 042-9353190 for further details.
Board Games Evening (Adults) - last Thursday of the month. 6.30pm - 8.00pm. Scrabble, Draughts, Chess and Mah-jong. Come along.
Please contact Dundalk Library for details of the above events.
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Drogheda Library. Tel: 041-9876162
Drogheda Library reopened on Tuesday, Feb. 18th, 2014 following refurbishment works.
Drogheda Library is benefitting from having a superb community facility with state of the art equipment putting it at the forefront of Irish public Libraries.
The library features an improved layout with new service points, and a revamped children's area. Technology has been substantially upgraded with the installation of two RFID self-issue service points/kiosks; additional computer access points and WiFi access. There is a new meeting and seminar room which is a community space for meetings and exhibitions as well as serving as an open access computer facility.
All new members welcome. See photos Drogheda Library Reading Area.jpg (size 882.3 KB)New Drogheda Library Children's Area .jpg (size 859.9 KB)Drogheda Library refurbishment.jpg (size 943.5 KB)
Children's Book Festival- events throughout October for all ages. See Children's Book Festival 2014.jpg (size 323.6 KB)
The First World War 1914-1918: Information & Book Display ongoing
Hallowe’en Spook Nook : Poems, jokes , pictures & Book display on Hallowe’en
Maths Week Ireland 11th-21st October: Book Display
Europe Direct Soapbox Competition: "The Internet Does More Harm Than Good". Thur. Nov. 6th @ 6.30pm. Soapbox Competition 2014.pdf (size 144.7 KB)
Saltwater Scribblers Creative Writing Group: Every Tuesday at 5.45pm
Saltwater Scribblers Young Adult Creative Writing Group: Fortnightly on a Fri. @ 4.00pm. Suitable for 14-17 year olds.(Next session, Oct. 23rd)
'All Write ', Adult Creative Writer's Group: 1st Friday of every month @ 11am.
Board Games Evening for Adults: 1st Thursday of every month @ 5.45pm.(No board games on Thur. Nov. 6th due to another event in library)
Ardee Library. Tel: 041-6853023
A Collage of You: Expressing Life Experiences Through Mixed Media Scrapbooks & Journals: Oct. 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd. This series of workshops offer an opportunity to reveal the artist within. Design your own artist book composed from your personal memorabilia, nature finds & photos. Numbers are limited. Please book at issue desk.
Junior Film Club: Every Saturday morning, 10.45am-12.30pm
Junior/Young adult Bookclub: Monthly on Wednesdays, 4pm-4.45pm Register your interest at issue desk.
Parent & Toddler Time: Every Friday @ 10.30am
Knitting Group: Tuesday @ 11am
Beginner Computer Classes: Wednesday @ 11am
Click on link to see Dundalk Bookclub featured on IrelandAM on TV3 on Jan. 28th reviewing the Bord Gais Energy book of the month, 'The Goldfinch' by Donna Tartt.
Please see link below to the Newstalk Radio Documentary 'Shelf-Life', a day in the life of Louth Co. Libraries