Cork County Events

Creative Writing

Come along and enjoy a wonderful morning of inspiration and motivation with our enthusiastic writing group.

Booking required, contact Skibbereen Library on 028 22400 or email

LocationSkibereen Library
Date1 Deccember
Time11.00am - 1:00pm

Knitting Group

basket of wool

Great company with lots of tips and help from our experienced knitters. Exchange ideas and patterns over a cup of tea/coffee.

No booking required.

LocationSkibereen Library
Date28th November
Time11.00am - 1:00pm

SafeTALK: Suicide Alertness Training

safeTALK is a half day training programme that prepares participants to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. These specific skills are called suicide alertness and are taught with the expectation that the person learning them will use them to help reduce suicide risk in their communities.

Clonakilty Library is proud to facilitate this vitally important training programme during Library Ireland Week 2018, and anticipates it will have a positive impact on members of the local community.

Booking Required: Yes

Booking Details: Clonakilty Library

Phone: 023 8834275

LocationClonakilty Library
DateMonday 26 November
Time10:00am - 1:00pm

Book Club

The Book Club at Clonakilty Library comprises a vibrant community of avid book-readers, who meet once a month to discuss the merits of two different novels. The genres and subject matters of each novel discussed can vary widely from month to month, resulting in an engaging and wide-ranging analysis from members in attendance.

The Book Club has been an integral thread in the fabric of Clonakilty Library’s community for over a decade, and it regularly welcomes new members into its company. Membership is open to all sectors of the community.

LocationClonakilty Library
DateTuesday 27 November
Time12:00pm - 1:00pm

Digital Library kickstart

Get started using the library’s online resources with a one-to-one workshop with library staff. Participants are welcome to bring their own devices or the library can provide a tablet if preferred.

Booking required. Contact Midleton Libray at 021 4613929 or email

LocationMidleton Library
Date29th and 30th of November

Youghal Library staff reaching out and enriching lives

Open Day event showcasing the many groups that use our library such as Youghal Lace Group, Youghal Knitting Group, Creative Writing Group, Childrens Book Club, Irish Conversation circle,Autism awareness services etc.


LocationYoughal Library, Rivergate Mall
DateTues 27th Nov.
Time10.00am - 4pm

JIGSAW CORK - Supporting Young People's Mental Health

JIGSAW CORK presents a FREE 60 minute workshop in Macroom library for parents/guardians and other adults interested or concerned about young people’s mental health.

Macroom library is delighted to host a workshop on such an important subject, and we hope that everyone present will leave the event with more knowledge on how to recognise signs of young people going through difficult times, and how to provide guidance and support.


LocationMacroom Library
Date29th Nov.

Knit & Natter

 Dunmanway Libraries’ infamous creators of the knitted GPO and Sam Maguire Cup have their weekly meeting on Fridays. New members are always welcome to attend. Join them tomorrow as they launch their new display “A Christmas Feast 2018”.



LocationDunmanway Library
Date30th November
Time10am- 12pm

Special Late Evening Opening

Join us for a special late evening opening in conjunction with Dunmanway Christmas Market which takes place today from 3pm- 7pm. The library will have storytime and colouring for children and all are welcome.

LocationDunmanway Library
Date29th November

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