Limerick City Council
- Visiting Limerick
- Press releases
- Your Council
- Our Services
- City Library
- City Museum
- City Gallery of Art
- City Archives
- Emergency Services
- Contact us
Library Blog Archive
Are you a Summer Reading Star?Read 6 books over the school holidays and be in with a chance to win great prizes this summer.
Thanks to all the mums, minders, babies and toddlers for coming to our wrap up parent and toddler party and for supporting us all year, we've had great fun.
Get messy and have some fun this July in the library, with our free arts & crafts sessions and story times.
Announced on May 18, Philip Roth is the winner of the fourth Man Booker International Prize.
As part of Limerick Intercultural Week, The Dandelion Puppet Theatre visited the library with their 'Pumpkin Seeds' show of tales from around the world.
Students from St.
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle - David WroblewskiOn a farm in remote Wisconsin, the mute and brilliant Edgar Swatelle leads an idyllic life with his parents, raising a unique breed of dog.
Easter Fun For KidsBring your kids to the library this Easter for some fun activities.
Lost and lonely, there are many books languishing on the shelves in Watch House Cross Library which although highly acclaimed have either never been borrowed or have only been read once.
Watch House Cross Library invites you to a celebration of the centenary of the 1911 censusSaturday 2nd April @ 2.
Lost and lonely, there are many books languishing on the shelves in Watch House Cross Library which although highly acclaimed have either never been borrowed or have only been read once.
As part of the Bord GÃ¡is Energy READISCOVER your Library Campaign, Watch House Cross Library is delighted to welcome Alan Quinlan on Wednesday 9th March at 2.
Are you interested in doing a local history course? We will be running a 10-week course from Wednesday 2nd March (2-3pm).
Welcome to Grow it Yourself IrelandGIY is a registered charity (CHY 18920) which aims to inspire people to grow their own food and give them the skills they need to do so successfully.
Unfringed 2011 at Watch House Cross Friday 28th January, 11amMy life In Dresses by Sorcha Kenny. My Life in Dresses is part oral history, part performance.
Happy New Year to all our members and friends!Fancy trying something new for 2011? Have a look at some of our new books.
Christmas SoireeThursday 9th December 2010from 6.
Merry Christmas to all our Members & FriendsEvents this December in the LibraryChildren's ActivitiesThursdays: Storytime (under 6's)2nd, 9th & 16th December @3.
Congratulations to our Children's Book Festival WinnersChloe Troy - St.
Pirates & Princesses Toddler morningChildren must be accompanied by an adultFriday 29th October 10.
Ghosts & Ghouls Halloween QuizThursday 26th October - 2.
Dandelion Puppet Show visit the library as part of.
RÃ© O LaighlÃ©is Visits the LibrarySixty students from St.
Congratulations to all who completed the Summer Reading Challenge!! Up to 80 children visited the library this Thursday 30th of September to receive their certs which were presented by city librarian Dolores Doyle.
4-6 year oldsHalloween Stories & Art Thursday 7th Oct 3-4pmThursday 14th Oct 3-4pmThursday 21st Oct 3-4pm7-11 year olds Art & Crafts Saturday 2nd Oct 3-4pm Saturday 9th Oct 3-4pm Saturday 16th Oct 3-4pm8-12 year oldsGhosts & Ghouls Halloween QuizThurs 28th Oct.
Watch House Cross Community ChoirWelcoming all singers without auditionsRecommencingThursday 2nd September 7.
Watch House Cross LibraryTuesday 21st September 10am-2pm Books to suit every taste Thrillers, Romance, Sci-fi, Westerns All books â‚¬1.
A great way to introduce your child to the libraryNow on Fridays 10.
What is the Summer Reading Challenge?The Summer Reading Challenge challenges children to read at least six books during the school summer holidays.
The Queen of Teen award was founded in 2008 to celebrate the fantastic teen and tween authors who bring so much enjoyment to their readers, dealing with real-life issues in a way that is honest, entertaining and fun!Last years winner was Louise Rennison.
Barbara Kingsolver wins the 2010 Orange Prize for Fiction"We chose the Lacuna because it is a book of breathtaking scale and shattering moments of poignancy", Daisy Goodwin, chair of judges.
The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella by Stephanie Meyer.
The Watchhouse Cross Community Choir makes its first public appearence.
The Watch House Cross Community Choir will be performing in the Library on Wednesday the 9th of June.
Great fun this morning at the last Parent & Toddler morning before the Summer.
A novel for younger readers has won the Bord GÃ¡is Energy Irish Book of the Decade.
J G Farrell tops poll to find best novel of 1970Forty years after it was first published, Troubles, by J G Farrell, has been announced as the winner of the Lost Man Booker Prize - a one-off prize to honour the books published in 1970, but not considered for the prize when its rules were changed.
2010 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award was announced by The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr.
Siobhan Parkinson has been made Ireland's first Laureate for Children's LiteratureShe discusses her work as a writer and her plans for her term as Laureate.
Children's author Cora Harrison visited the library this week to talk to WHC Children's Bookclub, the Granary Library Children's Bookclub, and some of the libraries' avid readers.
On Friday the 23th of April the 5th Class from the St.
Roald Dahl's classic book the Twits has been nominated as Limerick's book for the northside, as part of a unique programme aimed at getting children into reading.
Children's Author Cora Harrison is coming to the libraryFriday 30th April 3.
Our first Parent & Toddler Morning this was a huge success! Lots of toddlers, their parents and grandparents, came to the library for storytime, toys, music & colouring.
Senior Infants from Corpus Christi National School, their teacher AilÃs Penny, and their parents enjoying Storytime and Arts&crafts with Sinead in the library yesterday morning as part of St Munchin's Family Reading Project.
Jay from Pignut Productions came to the library on World Book Day and enthralled parents and toddlers with his wonderful one man show 'Ahhh!!'.
Information Nightâ€˜Information Meetingâ€™, on Wednesday 24th March from 7.
Parent and Toddler GroupThursday Monrings 10.
lease enjoy the second installment of our library video blog! Tamara and Chantelle discuss why they like coming to the library, what they get up to when they are here and some of the activities they enjoy taking part in at Watch House Cross Community Library.
All 18 months to 4 Years Welcome!Thursday 4th March 11amThe Irish Times - Review.
Kate O'Brien Weekend 2010Kate O'Brien was born into a prosperous Limerick family in 1897.
We have been reliably informed by one of our members that this book is the most frightening and unsettling book in our collection.
Shakespeare quartos onlineThe Guardian reports that four early editions of Hamlet owned by the Bodleian Library will soon be digitised and will join other quarto copies of the play on a free online resource.
Please check out our new video diary! Some of our younger patrons discuss why they come to the library, what they like to do at the library and what books they enjoy reading!Why not take part yourself? We are looking for library patrons to give us their thoughts and views on WHC library.
The World Digital Library (WDL) makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world.
Performer: Medb LambertDirector: Donal GallagherCo-produced with the Kilkenny Arts Office(Production enabled by kind support from Ãras Ã‰anna Arts Centre, Inis OÃrr and Boomerang, Cork).
As we develop our collection, we will be updating Twitter with the most notable titles added.
Last week a set of beginners computer classes were held in Watch House Cross Community Library.
"ROUND THE HOUSES"
Your browser does not support iframes.
Hear ye hear ye.
This year we did Christmas Tree Origami with the 7-12 years olds at the last session arts & crafts on December 19th.
As of today we have new bookmarks to give to all our borrowers (while stock lasts) which shows the different genres that we have arranged in the library.
Arts & Crafts for 7-12 Years OldsSaturday 28th November 3-4pmSaturday 5th December 3-4pmSaturday 12th December 3-4pmSaturday 19th December 3-4pmStories & Art for 4-6 YearsThursday 3rd December 3-4pmThursday 10th December 3-4pmThursday 17th December 3-4pmNo booking necessary, first come first served.
Our beautiful Xmas tree that is now adorned by home made decorations made in this weeks' Arts & Crafts Class.
Private Peaceful by Michael MorpurgoThe main characters in this story are brothers Charlie and Tommo Peaceful.
Some great news for all our members.
Count Karlstein by Philip PullmanIf the name of Zamiel, the Demon Huntsman, doesn't send shivers down your spine now, it will when you have read this book.
We have just introduced a new SMS Texting service.
Pignut Puppet ShowPuppets Jay and friends keep 4-6 year olds from Corpus Christi and St Lelias entertained with their X-Factor antics.
Create and Make, Art & Craft HourWednesday 7th 5-7yr, 3.
Over 60 1st Year students from St.
Henri Matisse was a French painter who became very famous for using extraordinarily bold colors.
Our Summer Arts and Crafts Sessions are at the following times/dates for two age groups.
LIMERICK City Council has become the first local authority in the country to put its burial registers online.
I'll admit at the beginning of this review that I hesitated reading Oryx and Crake.
Our security guard keeps an eye on the youngest members of the library, Shane and Jake.
Victoria, Lakita and Katie, in the library early on Saturday morning, making fairies from 'Fairy Make and Do' which they are reading for the Summer Reading Challenge.
RULES:Pick up a copy of the Reading Challenge in the Library or download and print your own copy!Choose your journey across from start to finish.
Summer Reading Just a quick round up of some good adult fiction reads for the Summer.
The following classes are to be held in the PC Suite in Watch House Cross Library.
For all readers looking to customise their reading or try out a new type of book or author, www.
Why Waste the Planet?Lets talk aboutâ€¢ Home Compostingâ€¢ Waste Prevention at homeWhere? Watch House Cross LibraryWhen? 11.
Arts & Crafts4-7 year oldsFridays 3-4pmApril 17thMay 8thMay 22ndJune 5thJune 19th7-12 year oldsSaturdays 3-4pmApril 18thMay 9thMay 23rdJune 6thJune 20thMax 12 children per class, on a 'first come first served' basis.
You can now ask us a question viaÂ Skype, the free internet calling service.
As of today the following new computer manuals will be available in WHC Library.
Commemorating the 90th Anniversary of the Limerick Soviet 1919 - 2009 a exhibition stand is now on display in the library for all to view.
peter pan AND WENDYIt was wartime and Janes,s fater Edward ,was off to fight for his country.
XxX Nicole and Kristen XxXTHIS is wild,, Nicole steel yelled at KRISTA as they galloped their ponies along the beach.
Extern works directly with children, adults and communities affected by social exclusion throughout Ireland.
Computers and Internet in Watch House Cross Library will be unavailable on Wednesday 13th May due to necessary updates.
Two SEI workshops were held in the library today, with both St.
16 Children from Pallasgreen Pre-School and their parents were very welcome visitors to our library today.
It appears that the new layout of our adult fiction collection has been a success! Exactly 100 of our members who borrow fiction were surveyed for their thoughts on the change.
A fortune of mentos! A jelly dragon guards it.
Photo shows some of our enthusiastic and creative junior members at Arts and Crafts on Saturday 7th March.
2 Green Stickers Adult Fiction Irish Authors S.
If your interested in joining a new book club in the library, please give your name and e-mail to a librarian.
World Book Day 2009Celebrated local author RoisÃn Meaney will be reading from her latest novel â€œHalf Seven on a Thursdayâ€.
If you are interested in learning how to use text messaging on your mobile phone - both beginners and advanced, then we have just the thing for you!"Text IT" a class to instruct beginners how to text message will be held in the WHC Library on tuesdays from 2pm-4pm.
If you are a beginner to computers or know of someone who would like to learn how to use computers and the Internet then we have good news for you! A series of computer classes called "Use IT" are running in WHC Library and they are free for all.
Training will be delivered through a series Â of two hour "how to" workshops each focusing on one specific skill (e.
StorytimeThursdays at 3pmArts & Crafts4-7 year OldsFriday's @ 3pm-4pmFeb 6thFeb 20thMarch 6thMarch 20thApril 3rd7-12 Year OldsSaturdays 3-4pmFeb 7thFeb 21stMarch 7thMarch 21stApril 4thMaximum 12 children per class.
The aim of this project is to deliver innovative responses to digital exclusion in Limerick City.
Limerick City Gallery of Art is delighted to announce that their new websiteÂ has just goneÂ live.
Chocolate by Sverre Saetre641.
InfoLink talks at Watch House Cross Library, Wednesdays, 4pm-5pmTea/Coffee provided, Children are welcome (story time will be organised)Schedule:21 Jan: Local Adult Education Classes28 Jan: Social Welfare and Money Advice (1pm -2pm)4 Feb: Citizen's Information Bureau11 Feb: Local Senior Citizen Services18 Feb: Sports Clubs and Facilities25 Feb: Services for Young People in the Area4 March: You and Your Health11 March: Regeneration - an UpdateInfolink is upstairs at Watch House Cross Community Library.
Masterclass in Non-Fiction Writing with Michael Gray at the Limerick Writers' Centre.
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
We are glad to announce that we have set up a new Online Book Club for all book lovers from Limerick to share their views and opinions on all literary related matters.
A nice end to a very successful year for the WHC Book Club, many interesting and diverse books were consumed and dissected!.
A new feature that will be very helpful to all borrowers is this little piece of code that you insert as a Link or a Favourite in your internet browser.
Open Tuesday 23rd - 10.
Today the kids made Snowmen at the Arts & Craft Class this Saturday.
A Fantastic Art Exhibition by members of CÃ©im ar CÃ©im was launched today to a enthusiastic reception at Watch House Cross Community Library.
The Arts & Crafts Christmas Sessions planned are as follows;Saturday 13th December @ 10:30amFor 4-8 Year Olds&Saturday 20th December @ 10:30amFor 8-12 Years OldsPlease Note: Pre-Booking is EssentialParents/Guardians must stay in the Library for the duration of the class.
As a special festive treat for all our junior members, we have added a large collection of Christmas Themed Books to our stock.
A picture of Michael Doyle entertaining the mums and toddlers!Michael joined for one session of our 6 week program, in conjunction with Limerick Childcare Committee.
Here are the diligent students in the current Absolute Beginners Computer Class.
For a limited time only we have copies of this remarkable DVD to give away.
This is a picture of the group that are part-taking in the Life Writing course here at Watch House Cross Community Library.
Halloween is only four weeks away, so if you are interested in attending any of the events below, then booking your place beforehand is essential.
Barnardos is looking for adults aged 55 years and older with time on their hands, lots of life experience and an enjoyment of reading for a volunteer reading programme for schools.
Today around 60 primary school children met a whole host of fascinating creatures; A snake, a hawk owl, a lizard and so on.
As of today, 8th October, you will be able to submit a review of books you have read in the library.
Around 80 children from St.
Over 60 children from Westbury Creche, Sunshine Creche, Distillery View Montessori and Corpus Christi Junior Infants came to the library today for the Riverbank Friends Puppet Show and laughed at the antics of frog and toad.
Public libraries continue to be one of the most popular public services, according to the results of a major survey launched by Minister Michael Kitt, T.
Over 80 children attended Irish History Live presented by Michael Moylan.
Friday 3rd Octoberâ€œIrish History Live â€“ c.
On Friday last, the 19th of September, Our Mayor Cllr.
A Puppet Show and Disco was held in WHC to celebrate Culture Night 2008.
Lifelong Learning in the CommunityOpen To AllFor More Details Contact: Library DeskIf you are new to computers and want to take things slowly, our project is perfect for you.
Today ComReg (The Commission for Communications Regulation) held an Advice and Information Service in WHC Library.
As of today Sean Lynch's much anticipated footage of the Peregrine Falcon's visit to Moyross, is being screened on the library floor.
Today over 20 1st year students from Ms.
Here you can read all the book reviews that were submitted by our very talented and enthusiastic junior members.
Would you like to switch your landline phone provider?Do I have to change my phone number?Would you like to save money on your phone bills?How can I sign up for an Internet or Broadband service?How can I get the best deal on my mobile phone costs when traveling abroad?How do I make a complaint if I have a problem with my service provider?These questions and many others will be answered on Wednesday 10th September 2008 at Watch House Cross Community Library between 11am and 4pm when the Commission for Communications Regulation ( COMREG ) invites you to come along to an Advice and Information Service where we will be available to provide information and answer your queries.
Writing Your StoryLife Writing Course for AdultsYour life is a story â€“ not just your own personal story, but the story of your ancestors, your family, your place and your community.
You will be please to learn that we have been nominatedfor the Limerick Looking Good- Environment Competition 2008in the category of Best Public Services Building.
The longlist for the 2008 Man Booker Prize for Fiction has been announced.
A new interactive website and information resource has just been launched , packed full of fun-filled "free" things to do at home and 'in nature'.
All of our members can now avail of our online service, whereby you can renew your books over the internet.
Summer Activities for Kids 200829th â€“ 31st JulyTuesday 29nd July - Storytime & CraftsAge: 4-6yrsTime: 11-12pmTuesday 29nd July - Create & MakeAge: 9-12yrsTime: 3-4pmWednesday 30th July â€“ Create & MakeAge:9-12yrsTime: 3-4pmThursday 31st July - Storytime & CraftsAge: 4-6yrs Time: 3-4pmPlease Note:12 children per session.
Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie which initally won the Man Booker prize in 1981, has won the Best of the Booker this year for the second time, winning the Booker of Bookers in 1993.
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.
Winner Announced!De Niro's Game by Rawi Hage has scooped the worldâ€™s richest literary prize by being awarded the 13th annual International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award on Friday 12th June.
Watch House Cross Community Library1st Anniversary CelebrationsChildren's Activities 3-5pm Wednesday June 11th.
The date is fast approaching when the winner of the 2008 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award will be announced! Eight novels, including Winterwood by Irish author Patrick McCabe, have made the shortlist for the 2008 Award announced in April.
The 2008 Orange Broadband Prize for FictionRose Tremain has won the 2008 Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction this week for her novel The Road Home.
Today over 50 Junior & Senior Infants from Hospital Primary School visited the library on their way back from a showing of the 'Gruffalo' in the University Concert Hall.
Watch House Cross 'Summer Reading Challenge' is a great way to encourage your kids to read over the summer.
Paulo Coehlo has just released a free digital version of his classic novel 'The Alchemist'Use the widget below to read it.
The Association of College and Research Libraries have compiled a list of visual resources online.
The Bisto Book of the Year Awards Shortlist 2007-2008The Bisto Book of the Year Awards Shortlist was announced on March 26th.
Earlier this morning 40 1st year students from CBS Sexton St.
Writing Down the Days: 365 Creative Journaling Ideas for Young Peopleby Lorraine M.
A Home Composting demonstration will take placein WHC Library on Wednesday the 28th May 2008 at 11.
The AGM of the Public Librariesâ€™ Section of the Library Association of Ireland took place on the 30th April at Watch House Cross Community Library, Limerick City.
Watch House Cross Library Bookclub, had its first official meeting on April 25th.
Marilyn Monroe: A Life in Pictures by Verlac Editions Icon, legend, actress, star - all these words can be used to describe Marilyn Monroe and yet they simply do not do her justice, because she was so much more.
Franciscan Friars of the Renewal presentthe Cross - Crib - Eucharist exhibition at WHC Library.
From the first page of this fabulously written book the reader is sucked into the plot and into the lives of the main characters, who are utterly convincing and believable, despite the bizarre circumstances.
Earth Day has been observed for nearly 40 years.
Here is another book available at WHC Library for you to discover and enjoy.
The Limerick and District Photographic Society have an exhibition now on in WHC Library.
Another typical day in WHC Library.
Thanks to the Fair Trade Committee of Limerick City, we received a fabulous Fair Trade Hamper to raffle.
Maximum number of children per class is 12 and it is on a 'First come First served'basis.
Here are the girls from 3rd Class St.
Title: The Playful PuppyAuthor: Lucy DanielsIt Is About: Peter has a new puppy that can not walk.
Bird's eye view of Moyross as falcons set to swoop By Petula Martyn and Jude MeaneyLimerick LeaderTHREE peregrine falcons will record a bird's eye view of Moyross as a part of an art project commissioned by the new Watchhouse Cross Library.
World Book Day was designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and is marked in over 100 countries around the globe.
An initiative aimed at showing the importance of libraries was officially launched by the Minister for Defence, Willie Oâ€™Dea, on Monday.
Moyross, Cahirdavin and Coonagh are now part of the city thanks to the partial boundary extension.
On Friday 29th February, Fair Trade fortnight was launched in Limerick City Library by the Mayor Cllr.
In April artist Sean Lynch and bird specialist Lloyd Buck will produce a film in Moyross.
Earlier today the InfoLink Information Service Desk was launched by the Mayor Cllr.
A list of events being held in the library during Library Ireland Week.
Two classes visited the library today to watch screenings of the Fair Trade Documentary 'Black Gold'.
Robert BolaÃ±o's By Night in Chileby Louis ProyectBook ReviewMay 10, 2004 While most people might feel the need to confess on their deathbed, the Opus Dei priest of Robert BolaÃ±o's By Night in Chile does just the opposite.
The Launch of InfoLink the Northside Information Servicewill take place in the Watch House Cross Community Libraryon February 28th at 12.
This is the first book in a series devoted to works of Fiction that you may not have read, that are well worth discovering.
You are Invited to SpectrumAn exhibition of photographs by Maria O'Sullivan and Salvatore Conteand paintings by Maurice Foley,At Watch House Cross Community Library, Moyross.
Thanks to Siobhan Marie O'Connor for submitting her review of,My Spooky Sister by Sandra GloverSetting: An Artist's houseWhat Happened: There was a girl called Alison Kingsley.
From this dedicated teachers' resource section you can gain access to a wide range of useful information including; tips on how to use Oxford Reading Tree in the class room, downloadable teaching support, links to useful educational web sites etc.
Arts and Crafts - 7-12yrsSaturdays - 11.
Here is a selection of some of the Brand New Fiction on our Shelves.
Limerick! Youth Got Talent!Limerick Youth Service is inviting all the young people of Limerick City and County, between the ages of 14 and 19 years of age, to participate in this very exciting talent showcase!Launched in Lava Javas Youth CafÃ© on the 10th November, Limerick! Youth Got Talent is looking for bands, solo artists, dancers, comedians, performance artists and any other variety of performers who think they have what it takes to shine.
We have invited Transition Year and C.
WORLD WITNESS FILM FESTIVAL,BELLTABLE CINEMA - (THURS.
For those who have just seen the critically acclaimed masterpiece from the Coen Brothers, we would like to tell you that we have the book that this film was based on in our library.
May I take this opportunity to wish all our members and visitors a very happy New Year.
As a thank you to all the local community who have supported us so much over the past six months we would like to cordially invite you to 'A Christmas Evening' at Watch House Cross Community Library on Tuesday evening 18th December, starting at 7.
On Friday 7th December, Watch House Cross Community Library presented prizes to the winners of the Children's Book Festival Art and Colouring Competition 2007.
This evening in the Library at Watch House Cross two local artists Margaret Ray and Tomas O â€˜ Maoldomhnaigh launched an exhibition of their own work of original paintingâ€™s which depict scenes of Limerick City ,coastal scenes, sporting and people.
Skylight Productions PresentThe Story of the Rubbish MonsterJimmy and Serena live next door to nice but untidy Mr.
Website Directory for ChildrenARTArt Activities - http://www.
Watch House Cross Library is currently holding an exhibition of photographs by the Limerick Camera Club.
Young ReadersDo you love Harry Potter? Are you mad about Darren Shan? Or are you hooked on Jacqueline Wilson? But you canâ€™t decide what to read next ?The list bellow gives some suggestions of books you might like to try, all the books are specially picked by us and have recommendations from children all over the world, so try something different and let us know what you think.
Here at Watch House we have a room dedicated to learning or improving languages.
Jonathan Strange and Mr.
In Ireland, since the 25th April 2001 a Driving Theory Test must be undertaken (and passed !) before a person can obtain their 1st provisional driving licence.
On the 31st Oct 2007 the Watch House Cross Community Library hosted it's very first Ghosts and Ghouls Table Quiz & Fancy Dress Competition Over 35 children (between the ages 8-12) attended, all wearing frightening costumes and make-up.
Roisin Meaney was born in Listowel, Co Kerry, She has lived in the US, Canada, Africa and Europe.
Susie Minto has a deep love for stories and their energy.
For the second year running the City and County Librarians Autumn Seminar was held in Ennis in County Clare.
On Friday 12th October, the Limerick BEST project was launched in the Watch House Cross Community Library.
Tuesday 8th October - Fiona Ismail, Assistant Librarian in our Roxboro branch of the Limerick City Library Service, gave a lecture today to well over 100 children from St.
Pamela, one of our Branch Librarian's, held our largest ever storytime last Tuesday 8th October.
We are running a 5-week Absolute Beginner's Computer Course in the Watch House Cross Community Library.
Sat 6th Oct, saw the biggest group for Arts and Crafts in Watch House Cross Library.
We had the honour of hosting a fun-filled the Salesian/Fernbank Brownie visit to our new library.
Since we opened in June '07, we have very positive feedback about Google Earth.
Cuisle Poetry Festival 2007 Begins: 17/10/2007 11:00 Ends: 20/10/2007 23:00 Wednesday 17th.
Since the earliest days of astronomy, since the time of Galileo, astronomers have shared a single goal â€” to see more, see farther, see deeper.
Recipe of the Month - Asian Fire MeatServes 4"For a great tasting beef dish from Asia, fire meat is delicious and easy to prepare.
Philip Pullman CBE (born October 19, 1946) is an English writer.
Artist: The WhoAlbum: The Who Sell Out The Who Sell Out is the most perfectly conceived album of the concept album era which ran from 1966 to 1976 approximately.
Childrenâ€™s Book ReviewBook: Midnight for Charlie BoneAuthor: Jenny NimmoPublished by Egmont Books Ltd.
Primary schools all over Limerick City entered the competition to design a logo for the new InfoLink desk that is to be opened in the Library this October.
EventsBook Worms Art and Craft HourSaturday 6th and 20th October 11.
Are you feeling Confused by our Non-Fiction Layout?Hereâ€™s a brief guide to help you out.
We have held six different sessions of Arts and Crafts for children aged 7-12.
The winners of the Infolink â€˜Design a Logoâ€™ competition have been announced.
Adult Lending â€“ Fiction, Non-fiction, Large Print, Audio BooksChildrenâ€™s Lending â€“ Fiction, Non-fiction, Picture Books, Board Books, Big Books, Audio Books, Staged Readers, Reading SchemesTeenage Area â€“ Fiction, Non-Fiction, Audio Books, MagazinesComputer Services â€“ Internet access, Computer Classes, PrintingLanguage Lab - Full range of european language coursesArts & Crafts Room - with arts & crafts sessions held every second SaturdayStorytime Area - Storytimes held every Thursday at 3.
Opening HoursTuesday 10.
The new, state of the art branch library at Watch House Cross was officially opened on Thursday 31st May 2007 by Mayor, Cllr.