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Borrisokane Library

Wed 9 May 11am-1pm :

Coffee Morning Caint agus comhra

Tue 15 May 4pm 

Best selling author Roisin Meaney will talk about her start in writing as well as sharing tips and tricks on how she builds her stories. After writing her first book in 2001, Meaney went on to pen 14 adult novels which include top selling The Last Week in May, One Summer and After the Wedding. Make sure to take this chance and meet one of Ireland’s best selling writers, so book your free place by contacting the library.

Thur 17 May 2.30-3.30pm

Exercises for older people .Booking Essential

Wed 23 May 11pm

Zumba with Christine Nevin

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Cahir Library

Throughout May

Display of Craftwork completed by Cahir Day Care Centre tutor Winnie Looby.Supported by Tipperary ETB Community Education.

Tue 1 May 3.30-4.40pm

Visual Art Workshop with Tina Looby Booking Essential

Thur 8 May 2-3pm

Christmas decorations with Styrofoam with Mary Jenkins
Booking Essential

Thur 17 May 2-3pm

Facial exercises with Michele Seward
Booking Essential

Sat 19 May 11-12pm

Genealogy with Seamus Fox
Booking Essential

Mon 21 May 2.30pm

Best selling author Roisin Meaney She will talk about her start in writing as well as sharing tips and tricks on how she builds her stories. After writing her first book in 2001, Meaney went on to pen 14 adult novels which include top selling The Last Week in May, One Summer and After the Wedding. Make sure to take this chance and meet one of Ireland’s best selling writers, so book your free place by contacting the library.

Date TBC

Chair Yoga session: Where you’ll learn to do versions of twists, hip stretches, forward bends, and mild backbends.
Booking Essential

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Carrick-on-Suir Library

Fri 4 May 10am-1pm

Conradh naGaelige: Caint agus comhra

Tue 8, 15 & 22 May 9am-1pm

Intergenerational Art creating a wall hanging with local
artist Marguerite Kent. Participantswill attend all three workshops,working together to create one beautiful wall hanging which will be permanently displayed in the library. Booking Essential

Wed 9 May 11.30am-12.30pm

Chair Yoga with Anne Kennington

Fri 11 May 11am

A talk on Hypnotherapyby Ken Smith (Hypnotherapist) Booking Essential

Fri 18 May 11.30am

A pilates class for men only with Ciara Connolly.
Booking Essential

Mon 21 May

Booking Your HolidayBreak Online – with librarian Pat Glavin.
3 sessions – 10am to 11 am, 11.15am to 12. 15pm and 2pm to 3pm, 5 per each session. Contact the library for details

Throughout May:

Display of Art & Craftwork from Lorica and Carrick Or Cashel. Tutor Winnie Looby Supported by Tipperary ETB

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Cashel Library

Thur 3 May 2.30pm

Dust off your hats and boots and get ready! Line Dancing Taster Class with Ray Cahill. Booking Essential

Tue May 8 2.30pm

Cashel library is proud to present ‘The Six Mary’s’, presented by Jean Farrell An hilarious, nostalgic and bittersweet play that weaves the story of six girls born in 1950s Ireland and Christened Mary. Presented through diary excerpts and interspersed with songs and soundtracks from the eras. The Six Marys depicts the social history of the time: the stork, the comics and the catechism; the nuns, the processions and the gym slips; the hops, the hopes and the ‘big day’; the babies, the teenagers and the reality. This journey of self discovery is laced with one-liners guaranteed to have you in stitches.
Booking Essential.

Wed 9 May 11.15am

Come enjoy the beautiful voices of The Tipperary Singers and the Cashel Community School Choirs as they sing some well known songs

Sat 12 May 3pm

Intergenerational Colouring Despite being associated with children, Colouring can be beneficial to adults as well. Not to mention lots of fun. So grab your grandkids and lets brighten Cashel Library

Thur 17 May 11am

Poetry from Yesteryear Bring back the days of yesteryear, When all seemed easy, all was free. Before life had progressed so much, With all of mans’ technology. Back when most men moved slower, And their acts were mostly true. In a world that really believed, So much could be done with few. When your neighbour next door to you, Would wave … Join Fethard poet, Mary Hanrahan and many others

Tue 22 May 2.30pm

Talk by Michael Bowe from Bowe Travel on Senior Travel Interested in cruising or adventure travel check out this talk for advice and travel options. Booking Essential

Tue 22 May 7pm

Best selling author Roisin Meaney She will talk about her start in writing as well as sharing tips and tricks on how she builds her stories. After writing her first book in 2001, Meaney went on to pen 14 adult novels which include top selling The Last Week in May, One Summer and After the Wedding. Make sure to take this chance andmeet one of Ireland’s best selling writers, so book your free place by contacting the library.

28, 29 & 31 May 10.30am-12.30pm

Drawing Classes (charcoal/pencil) with Thurles artist Mary Finn. Suitable for beginners and accomplished artists. Booking essential

Mon 28 May

Drawing with pencil charcoal etc.

Tue 29 May

Painting with acrylics

Thursday 31 May

Painting with acrylics

Throughout May:

Display of Art & Craftwork from Lorica and Carrick Or Cashel. Tutor Winnie Looby Supported by Tipperary ETB

 

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Clonmel Library

Thur 3 May 11am

Join us for Cupla Focail

Wed 9 May 7pm

Clonmel library is proud to present ‘The Six Marys’, presented by Jean Farrell An hilarious, nostalgic and bittersweet play that weaves the story of six girls born in 1950sIreland and Christened Mary. Presented through diary excerpts and interspersed with songs and soundtracks from the eras. The SixMarys depicts the social history of the time: the stork, the comics and the catechism; the nuns, the processions and the gym slips;the hops, the hopes and the ‘big day’; the babies, the teenagers and the reality. This journey of self discovery is laced with one-liners guaranteed to have you in stitches. Booking essential

Wed 23 May 10.30-11.30am

Chair Yoga While seated on chairs, you can do versions of twists, hip stretches, forward bends, and mild backbends

Wed 23 May 7pm

Best selling author Roisin Meaney She will talk about her start in writing as well as sharing tips and tricks on how she builds her stories. After writing her first book in 2001, Meaney went on to pen 14 adult novels which include top
selling The Last Week in May, One Summer and After the Wedding. Make sure to take this chance and meet one of Ireland’s best selling writers, so book your free place by contacting the library.

Throughout May:

Display of Art & Craftwork from Morton Street Day Care Centre Tutor Winnie Looby Supported by Tipperary ETB

 

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Killenaule Library

Thur 3 May 2.30pm

Yoga with Paul Maher mainly gentle chair yoga, breathing practices, meditation and standing postures.

 

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Nenagh Library

Throughout May:

Art Exhibition by Inis Artists & Jewellery Exhibition Eileen Hassett will show her collection of silver jewellery

Wed 2 May 10am

Craft workshop with Jane Bulfin Upcycling – give your favourite clothes a new lease of life. Bookingrequired – Refreshments will be provided.

Thur 10 May 2.30pm

Nenagh library is proud to present ‘The Six Marys’, presented by Jean Farrell An hilarious, nostalgic and bittersweet play that weaves the story of six girls born in 1950s Ireland and Christened Mary. Presented through diary excerpts and interspersed with songs and soundtracks from the eras. The Six Marys depicts the social history of the time: the stork, the comics and the catechism; the nuns, the processions and the gym slips; the hops, the hopes and the ‘big day’; the babies, the teenagers and the reality. This journey of self discovery is laced with one-liners guaranteed to have you in stitches. Booking Essential

Mon 14 11.30am

Pilates class with Tracy O’Donovan Booking Essential – max. 10

Tue 15 May 6.45pm

Best selling authorRoisin Meaney talk about her start in writing as well as sharing tips and tricks on how she builds her stories. After writing her first book in 2001, Meaney went on to pen 14 adult novels which include top selling The Last Week in May, One Summer and After the Wedding. Make sure to take this chance and meet one of Ireland’s best selling writers, so book your free place by contacting the library.

Fri 18 10am

Art Tutorial with Kerry Acheson Booking Essential – 12 max. Kerry will demonstrate two different techniques of acrylic, flower painting on canvas and slate after which the group can work on their own projects. Members will need to bring a canvas, little set of acrylics, jar for water and brushes. If interested in the slate they will need to bring their own old slate. While Kerry will be working with an image of poppies, if members prefer a different flower they can bring their own image.

Tue 29 May 5.45pm

Crafters Social Evening Calling all knitters, spinners and crafters in general. Nenagh library is hosting a social night on Tuesday 29th May from 5.45pm – 7.45pm. Bring your wool and your wares. Meet new people and introduce them to your club.
Refreshments will be provided.

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Thurles Library

Thur 3 May 11am – 12pm

Line Dancing Taster Class with Ray Cahill Dust off your hats and boots and get ready!

Wed 9 May 2pm – 5pm

Tea Dance Anner Hotel, Thurles- Celebrating Bealtaine – join us for music, song, meet up with friends over a cup of tea. Contact: Michael Wright 083 3581304 for more information
Admission: Free Event run and organized by local charity Successful Ageing Thurles

Thursday 10 May

Foróige Information Stand with Mary Geoghegan promoting the ‘Big Brother Big Sister Youth Mentoring Programme’

Monday 14 May   10am – 12:30pm

Acrylic painting class with artist Mary Finn in The Community Space. Suitable for beginners and accomplished artists. Booking essential – limited to 12 places. Please ring Thurles Library – 0761 06 6131           

15 May – 5 June

Tuesday 15 May – launch of Cabragh Wetlands Art Group Exhibition by Catherine Daly. The exhibition will be open to the public from Wednesday 16 May to Tuesday 5 June.

Wed 16 May 10.30am

Craft workshop with Jane Bulfin Upcycling – give your favourite clothes a new lease of life. Booking Essential

Friday 18 May 10 am – 12 noon

Basic Computer Skills . Booking essential – limited to 10 places Please ring Thurles Library – 0761 06 6131

 

Fri 18 May 11am

Talk by Michael Bowe from Bowe Travel on Senior Travel Interested in cruising or adventure travel check out this talk for advice and travel options.

Friday 18 May 2.30 – 4.30pm

Talk on coping skills for families and carers with Jennifer Manning and Ursula Paine as part of The National Dementia Understand Together Campaign. Community Space from 2:30pm until 4:30pm

Tue 22 May 6.45pm

Music and Poetry evening with Mike & Austin Durack in The Gallery at 6:45pm

Wed 23 & Thur 24 May

Thurles Mens Shed ‘Roadshow’ Annual promotional display over 2 days

Fri 25 May 11 am-12 noon

Music and Coffee / Tea Morning in The Gallery  with The Monk’s Musicians

Friday 25 May  2.30 – 4.30 pm

 Talk on coping skills for families and carers with Jennifer Manning and Ursula Paine as part of The National Dementia Understand Together Campaign. Community Space from 2:30pm until 4:30pm

 

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Templemore Library

Wed 16 May 7.30pm

An evening of music and song Actress/songstress Edel Murphy (Dublin), guitarist/singersongwriter Ewan Cowley (Derry) and violist/violinist Karen Dervan (Galway) -This trio will present their unique interpretations of much-loved songs from then folk and roots tradition, such as “The Water is Wide” and “Hard Times”. The evening will also boast instrumental chamber music composed by Ewan Cowley, from his recently released debut cd “The Elevated Life”, as chosen by Marty Whelan of RTE Lyric FM as “CD of the Week” in spring 2017 and some light classical music as arranged by Karen Dervan. Booking Essential.

Fri 11 May 11am

Talk by Trudi O’Leary from Roscrea Travel on Senior Travel Interested in cruising or adventure travel check out this talk for advice and travel options. Booking Essential

 

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

Roscrea Library

Fri 4 May 3-4pm

Dust off your hats and boots and get ready! Line Dancing Tasters Class with Ray Cahill. Booking Essential

Friday 11 May 3pm

Talk by Trudi O’Leary from Roscrea Travel on Senior Travel Interested in cruising or adventure travel check out this talk for advice and travel options. Booking Essential

Wed 16 May 6-8pm

Create completely personalised mosaic teapots with Brenda Green Booking Essential

To see the full listing of what is going in in Tipperary for Bealtaine 2018, download the brochure here.

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