Dundalk Library. Tel: 042-9353190
Giving up smoking and Supplements for Good Health: A Healthy Ireland talk on Wednesday March 21st at 11.00am
Easter Arts & Crafts with Amy: Saturday March 24th at 3.00pm. Limited places, booking essential.
English for Employment: A 6 week English course commencing Tuesday April 3rd at 6.00pm as part of Work Matters.
Spring Into Storytime: Storytelling suitable for ages 3-7 on Wednesday April 4th at 11.30am. A Right to Read event.
Be Dog Smart with Dogs Trust: A free dog safety workshop for children aged 7-13 taking place on Wednesday April 4th at 3.00pm.
It's A Mini Moving Me: A Puppet Art Workshop for children promoting sport, movement & activity with artist Susan Farrelly on Friday April 6th at 11.30am. Places are limited & booking is essential. This is a Healthy Ireland event.
Caring as a Career: A presentation by Homeinstead on Wednesday April 11th at 11.00am. This is a Work Matters event.
Spring Into Storytime: Storytelling suitable for ages 3-7 on Wednesday April 18th at 3.30am. A Right to Read event.
Poetry Workshop for Adults: Tuesday April 24th at 3.00pm to celebrate Poetry Day Ireland.
Spring Into Storytime: Storytelling suitable for ages 3-7 on Saturday April 28th at 11.30am. A Right to Read event.
Ongoing Events at Dundalk Branch Library
Irish Language Group: Resuming September 5th 2017. Intermediate level - Every Tuesday at 4pm.
Georgie Porgie Tots Corner, Parent & Toddler Group: Every Thursday @ 10am.
Adult Book Clubs – Rediscover the joy of reading and discuss your views with others. Please ask at desk for details
Baby Book Club - Explore the benefits of reading to your baby from an early age. Takes place on the second Thursday of every month at 11.00am
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. Free classes run throughout the year.
Please contact Dundalk Library for details of the above events.
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Drogheda Library. Tel: 041-9876162
St. Patrick's Day Colouring Station for children: From Wednesday 07th March to Friday 16th March there will be a special colouring station in the library to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Colouring sheets and pencils will be provided.
Celebrating International Women's Day: Thursday 8th March - Book Display
Spring Into Storytime - The Gruffalo and Friends: Tuesday 03rd April at 11.30am. Join us for plenty of songs and great stories. A Right to Read event.
It's a Mini Moving Me: Thursday 05th April at 11.30am. A Puppet Art Workshop for children promoting sport, movement and activity with artist Susan Farrelly. Suitable for children age 8-12yrs. Places are limited for this event and booking is essential. This is a Healthy Ireland at your Library event.
FREE Dog Safety Workshop for children age 7-13yrs: Thursday 05th April at 3pm. Learn how to 'Be Dog Smart' with Audrey and Lucy from Dogs Trust.
FREE iPad Classes - Presented by Digitise The Nation: The classes will run on 10th, 11th, 12th 13th & 17th April. There is limited availability and booking is essential for this course. For further details contact the issue desk or telephone Drogheda Library on 0419876162.
Spring Into Storytime - The Tiger Who Came To Tea and other Stories: Friday 13th April at 3.30pm. A Right too Read event.
Caring as a Profession: A presentation by Home Instead. Thursday 19th April at 6pm. This is a Work Matters Event.
Spring Into Storytime - Animal Tales: Saturday 21st April at 11.30am. A Right to Read event.
Tree of Life Adult Art Workshop: Tuesday 24th April at 11.30am. Combining Meditation and painting. Booking is essential for this event. This is a Healthy Ireland at your Library event.
Spring Into Storytime - Stories and Nursery Rhymes: Saturday 28th April at 11.30am. A Right to Read event.
Parent & Toddler Group: Every Wednesday @ 10.30am
Baby Book Club: Explore the benefits of reading to your baby from an early age. Next meeting Wednesday 21st March.
Adult bookclub: Last Thursday of every month @ 2.30pm
'All Write' - Adult Creative Writing Group: 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month (2.30pm-4.00pm).
Ardee Library. Tel: 041-6853023
March 13th, to celebrate Engineers Week, 'Everyday Engineering' with the Rediscovery Centre for invited school audience.
March 15th Louth Volunteers Network Meeting 10.00-13.00
13th March - 20th March St Patrick's Day Colouring Station for Children
World Book Day display of exciting new titles for our Junior members!
Seachtaine na Gaeilge display of titles as Gaeilge le daoine óg agus fásta.
April 3rd 11.00, It's a Mini Moving Me! Healthy Ireland art workshop with artist Susan Farrelly for children aged 6-10. Places are limited & booking essential. Phone branch for all bookings.
April 11th Spring Into Storytime for invited school audience.
April 10th Digitise the Nation computer classes for beginner level adults from 10.00-12.00. This FREE class runs for 5 weeks. We are taking bookings for the next course if you wish to become involved.
Louth Volunteers drop in, every 2nd Thursday from 10.00-13.00
Adult Bookclub: Monthly meeting.
Parent & Toddler Time: Friday mornings from 10.30 Baby Book Club 1st Friday of the month at 10.30. All welcome!
Beginner Computer Classes: Please contact the branch for details.
Active Retirement Chair Yoga Wednesdays from 11.00
Tapestry Group Wednesdays from 2.00
Carlingford Library. Tel: 042-9383020
April Spring into Storytime for invited school audience. Date TBC
St Patrick's Day colouring station for children March 13th-16th
Dunleer Library. Tel: 041- 6859016
April 4th Spring into Storytime at 3.00. All welcome! Please phone branch for further details.
St. Patrick's Day colouring station for children March 13th-16th
Please see link below to the Newstalk Radio Documentary 'Shelf-Life',a day in the life of Louth Co. Libraries