EVENT LISTINGS SATURDAY 9TH
10.00 - 12.30 HRS Your Library Online Glanmire Library, Hazelwood SC, T45 E033 Cork City Libraries TECHNOLOGY / STEM | EDUCATION Bring along your smart phone or tablet and we’ll introduce you to all that Cork City Libraries has to offer online. Free one-to-one sessions, booking essential.
11.00 - 12.00 HRS Inter-generational Creative Workshop Turners Cross Parklet or Turners Cross Community Centre (if weather is bad) Turners Cross Community Assoc ART / CREATIVE Bring your grandchildren to a workshop on the magic of imagination, story-telling and creativity for young and old. Suitable for 7-12 year old children (accompanied) Booking essential, numbers limited.
FOR BOOKINGS firstname.lastname@example.org 10.00 - 17.30 HRS My Open Library: Here for you when you are ready! Douglas Library, Douglas Village SC, T12 HDY2 Cork City Libraries LITERATURE | CULTURE Sign up for this new service that offers access to Douglas Library from 8am to 10pm, 7 days a week. Booking essential.
FOR BOOKINGS 087 900 8654 11.00 - 12.30 HRS AWalking Tour of St Joseph’s Cemetery, Ballyphehane Tory Top Library, Ballyphehane T12 WP57 Cork City Libraries HISTORY Join Liam O’hUigín for a walking tour of St Joseph’s Cemetery, which was created for the poor by Fr. Matthew, in the 1800’s.
FOR BOOKINGS email@example.com 11.00 - 12.00 HRS Stories from the Big Houses in Montenotte Frank O’Connor Library, Mayfield, T23 E659 Cork City Libraries GENEAOLOGY | HISTORY Residents of Montenotte in the 19th and early 20th centuries were prominently involved in the commercial, industrial, political, and social life of Cork. Part of Mayfield Librarys Spring Walks series, this historical walk will explore aspect of life in the area in those times. Starts on Leycester’s Lane down the Middle Glanmire Road to Ennismore. Limit of 20, booking essential.
FOR BOOKINGS firstname.lastname@example.org 11.00 - 12.30 HRS Guided nature walk with Ray Ó’Foghlú Hollyhill Library, Harbour View Road, T23 N250 Cork City Libraries ENVIRONMENT / ECOLOGY Take a walk with Woodland Conservationist Ray Ó’Foghlú exploring biodiversity in an urban setting. We will focus on trees, wildlfowers and lichens. Booking required via hollyhill_library@ corkcity.ie or 021 4924928
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CORK LIFELONG LEARNING FESTIVAL MON 4TH - SUN 10TH APRIL
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