Pearse Street Library have some great events lined up this summer!
On Tuesday (July 21) at 2.30pm, Catherine Dunphy will bring the Magic of Music to Pearse Street Library as Carnival of Animals, sport themes, action songs, percussion fun, the Rhythm Family and Samba drumming are used to teach three- to eight-year-olds through music, art and drama!
Then at 2.30pm on Wednesday (July 22) will see FabLabs teaching teenagers between 13 and 17 how to make their own cosplay armour, including how to use craft foam to make a realistic-looking gauntlet!
On Tuesday (July 28) No Strings Puppet Theatre will be telling three- to eight-year-olds the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf, where a boy is tasked with looking after his grandfather’s prize sheep before the Best Sheep in Ireland Competition, from 2.30pm.
Booking is advised for all of these events, so be sure to get in contact by phone on (01) 674 4888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid disappointment.
Don’t forget that the Summer Reading Buzz is continuing in Ireland’s libraries all through the summer holidays. Sign up to the Buzz to get your first reading card, and you’ll get a stamp for every book you finish. Fill in as many cards as you can, then enter them into September’s draw, when there will be lots of prizes to win, and you will receive your Reading Certificate!
By Aimée Mac Leod