This Easter at the Lucan Library they’ve got a wide range of events to get egg-cited about! Including:
Easter Mid-Term Activities
Tuesday 4th April, 12pm
Family cinema, Hop a perfect film for Easter. All ages welcome.
Tuesday 4th April, 2:30pm
Easter Arts and crafts for ages 5-7 with Aisling and Cathal. Booking is essential and can be made via Lucan Library at Eventbrite.
Wednesday 5th April, 3:30pm
Join Maeve Devoy of Mad4Tales for a creative writing workshop aimed at 9-12 year olds. Maeve will outline the elements of crime, drama and mystery writing so that students can develop their characters, motives and alibis. Book your place now at Lucan Library Eventbrite.
Thursday 6th April, 7pm
This year the title selected to get Dublin reading is The Coroner’s Daughter by Andrew Hughes. In the Coroner’s Daughter Abigail Lawless breaks the mould of our odea of a 19th Century Irish woman. Join historian and author Liz Gillis as she explores the status of women on 19th Century Ireland. Historian and author Liz Gillis is the author of six books about the Irish Revolution, and is historian in residence for Dublin South County Council for the decade of centenaries.
Book your place for this event by visiting Lucan Library at Eventbrite.
Wednesday 12th April, 3:30pm
Make Elephant Toothpaste and Beautiful Bath Bombs with the Nutty Scientist. This event is suitable for children aged 5-9 years of age. Book your place via Lucan Library Eventbrite.
For a further details of these events and a complete program of what’s happening at Lucan Library this April be sure to follow them on Facebook. The Library will close from Thursday 6th April at 8pm and will reopen on Tuesday 11th April at 9:45am.