Dublin City Events

Virtual exhibition tour of 'WWI: Exploring the Irish Experience'

ibrary/Institution/Organisation: National Library of Ireland

Event/campaign/activity name: Virtual exhibition tour of ‘WWI: Exploring the Irish Experience’

Date: Thursday 1 December

Time: 11am

Location: online event

Description: Discover the Irish experience of World War One through our collections and online exhibition. Using diaries, recruiting posters, newspaper reports and images, find out how World War One impacted the Irish at home and on the Front line.

Booking Required: No

Booking Details: https://nli.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173606170/events

Dióspóireacht Painéil: Gay as Gaeilge

National Library of Ireland

Dióspóireacht Painéil: Gay as Gaeilge

Date: Mon 29 November

Time: 7pm

Location: Online (Zoom)

Description: Bígí linn don díospóireacht seo ar léiriú stair agus daoine LADTI+ sna meáin chlóite agus chraolta as Gaeilge. Pléifear mar a aithríonn úsáid lipéadú agus conas mar a tháinig téarmaíocht agus siombailí aiteacha chun cinn sa Ghaeilge.
 Ar an bpainéal beidh Alex Hijmans, Mícheál Ó Conghaile agus Ciara Ní É., le módhnóir Lisa Nic an Bhreithimh

Booking Required: Yes

Booking Details: https://nli.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173617893/events

Featured Works from CMC's Archive

Date: 2nd December to 4th December

Time: All day

Location: Online

Description: CMC celebrates #libraryirelandweek with a series of features on works from our archive on the event’s theme of ‘Our Future Story: Recharge, Reconnect & Re-emerge’.
The first of these is on Linda Buckley’s ‘Sólás’ – https://cmc.ie/features/library-week-2021-featured-works-cmcs-archive-linda-buckleys-solassolace

Promoting Your Products & Services Online-Small Business Experience

Date: 1/12/2021

Time: 1.15-2.00pm

Location: Online Zoom Event

Description: This is a panel discussion where proprietors of small businesses supported by Dublin City LEO (Local Enterprise Office) talk about using digital photography and online publishing platforms to promote their products and services. They will discuss what worked for them, what didn’t and their overall experience of digital marketing. They will also take questions about their experiences. This event is aimed at small business owners or those who are interested in setting up a business.

Booking Required: Yes

Booking Details: https://www.dublincity.ie/events/promoting-your-products-services-online-small-business-experience

Online story time with Marie

Date: 05/12/2021

Time: 11.00am

Location: Online Drumcondra Library Facebook page

Description: Drumcondra Library invites you to join us for online story time with team member Marie. Marie will read THE NIGHT TIME CAT AND THE PLUMP GREY MOUSE by Erika McGann illustrated by Lauren O’Neill published by The O’Brien Press. This is magical tale of a little mouse who comes to life from a book in Trinity College Dublin’s library and meets various well known Dublin literary figures such as Oscar Wilde, as he evades the attention of the night time cat.


Drumcondra Library Busy Bag - Help Decorate Drumcondra Library

From 03/12/2021

Time: From 14.00pm

Location: Drumcondra Library

Description: Elves wanted! Pick up a DRUMCONDRA LIBRARY BUSY BAG. In it you will find Drumcondra Library elves to colour and templates for making paper bunting. If you drop your work back to us we will display it to add some seasonal cheer to Drumcondra Library and our wonderful community. And if you’ve been really good – you might get a surprise! Suitable for all ages.


Family Time at Your Library online storytime

Date: December 1st 2021

Time: From 11am

Online Event on the Marino Library Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MarinoLibrary/

Description: Enjoy a storytime as our colleague Ronan reads Puffling and the Egg, written by Erika McGann, illustrated by Gerry Daly and published by The O’Brien Press Dublin.  December is Family Time at Your Library month so keep an eye on library Facebook pages for more stories from library staff.  This story is suitable for ages 3+

National Library of Ireland

Commissioned Performance: Isadora Epstein - The Return to Hy-Brasail!

Through lecture and performance, Isadora Epstein is on a theatrical search for Hy-Brasail – a possibly imaginary island off the coast of Co. Clare. Introduced by librarian Siobhán Fitzpatrick (RIA) and early medieval historian Dr. Elva Johnston (UCD), the artist will perform accompanied with musicians, Sinéad Onóra Kennedy and Lizzy O’Brien.  Part of Dublin Art Book Fair 2018: Art and Architecture: Uncovering Libraries and Collections.

Booking Required: Yes

Booking Details: Free event. Book tickets via Eventbrite.

LocationRoyal Irish Academy Library
Date26 November 2018
Time6 pm

RCSI York Street

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