Spring into Storytime 2022

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Spring into Storytime this April with dlr Libraries

Spring into Storytime takes places in libraries across Ireland every April, and this year we are delighted to be hosting storytimes in our Libraries and our Library Gardens throughout the month of April. Spring into Storytime is part of the national  Right to Read programme which aims to promote literacy and reading development for people of all ages and backgrounds.

We hope you can join us for Storytime in one of our Libraries during the month of April

Mondays 4,11 and 25 April at 3.00pm - Deansgrange Library

Join staff from Deansgrange Library for a Storytime session

Monday 4,11 and 25 April at 3.30pm - Moran Park, dlr LexIcon

Join library staff from dlr LexIcon for Storytime outside dlr LexIcon.

Wednesday 6,13,20 and 27 April at 3.30pm - Shankill Library

Drop in to Shankill Library every Wednesday in April for a Storytime with Library Staff

Monday 11 April from 10.00am to 12.00pm - Dalkey Library

Drop in to Dalkey Library between 10 and 12 on Monday 11 April for a Mini Msc. in Library Science 

Sort, recommend, search and borrow!  Learn all about how a library works through games and play with a Mini Masters in Library Science at Dalkey Library this Spring.   Designed especially for the under-5s, children are challenged to complete four library tasks like sorting and recommending.  With stickers to collect along the way, a very special Mini Masters in Library Science certificate is awarded at the end!  You can expect to spend approximately 30 minutes in the library at this event and an accompanying adult is needed.  There is no need to book for this event but you may need to wait a short while if some activities are busy.

Monday 11 April at 2.00pm - Dalkey Library Garden

Join library Staff for Storytime in our Maeve Binchy Garden

Thursday 7,14,21 and 28 April at 3.30pm - Dundrum Library

All Welcome to Storytime with library staff

Wednesday 20 and Monday 25 April at 3.30pm - Cabinteely Library

Storytime with library staff. All welcome


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