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Clare Libraries Clare Reads Day 2022 on Friday

Clare Libraries will present its annual Clare Reads Day 2022 on Friday, 11th November. Every year, Clare Libraries celebrates the work of an Irish...

Davina’s ‘Shalimar: A Story of Place and Migration’ now...

"Shalimar: A Story of Place and Migration" by Davina Quinlivan has been co-published as an audio book with the new audio platform Spiracle Audio. Shalimar is...

Éigse Thomáis Uí Aodha this weekend

The fourth annual Irish-language festival, Éigse Thomáis Uí Aodha, will be held by Oidhreacht an Chláir in Miltown Malbay on October 7th and 8th. It...

Clare Libraries takes action for Positive Ageing Week

Clare Libraries is pleased to announce a series of events in its libraries to celebrate Positive Ageing Week. Positive Ageing Week takes place from 25th...

Clare poet attends Tipperary peace event

Co. Clare based Poet and writer, Deirdre Devally, was a guest at an International Day of Peace Ceremony of Reflection at St. Mary’s Church...
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Clare Libraries presents ‘World of Welcome’

Clare Libraries has begun a new inclusive arts and education programme with local primary schools entitled ‘World of Welcome’. The programme consists of a five-week...

Clare libraries to benefit from Dormant Accounts Funding

  A range of exciting initiatives will be possible in Clare Library Service as a result of a €26,743.94 grant from the Dormant Accounts Funding, including...

Ennistymon Book Town Festival returns

The Ennistymon Town of Books Festival runs this weekend from 10am Saturday until Sunday evening. The event is in its eleventh year and the town will be filled with pop-up bookshops catering for all tastes and budgets.
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