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BorrowBox Accessibility: Everyone Can Experience The Joys Of Books And Storytelling

Did you know… …you now have the ultimate accessibility solution with BorrowBox? BorrowBox enables everyone to experience the joy of books and storytelling through its…

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RBdigital Website Scheduled For Maintenance On Thurs 10th January

RBdigital Maintenance In an ongoing effort to improve RBdigital, it has become necessary to take the member-facing sites down for maintenance on Thursday 10th January 2019. The…

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Library Fines Abolished From 1 January 2019

From the 1st January 2019 overdue fines in public libraries have been abolished. Return your late books without fear and reconnect with your local library.…

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New Healthy Ireland At Your Library Programme  – Eat Well, Think Well, Be Well

700 FREE EVENTS, 100 HEALTHY IRELAND BOOKS & ONLINE COLLECTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM Catherine Byrne, TD, Minister of State with Responsibility for Health Promotion supported…

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Borrisokane Library Welcomes SHINE

Borrisokane Library in conjunction with Healthy Ireland Campaign & SHINE is delighted to announce that on Wednesday 28th of December it will host a workshop…

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Author Linda Chapman Enchants

Tipperary County County Library Service were delighted to bring author Linda Chapman to visit us all the way from the UK. Linda visited for a…

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Tipperary Festival Of Science Launched In Thurles Library

To celebrate Ireland’s National Science Week, Mary Immaculate College in collaboration with Science Foundation Ireland, Limerick Institute of Technology and Tipperary County Council Library Service are bringing science to Tipperary as part of the…

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#WeAreThePoets Call Out For Partners

Laureate na nÓg Sarah Crossan is looking for partners to help deliver her #WeAreThePoets project. If you work with young people and have an idea…

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Children’s Book Festival Launched In Nenagh Library

The Children's Book Festival was launched by the Cathaoirleach of Tipperary County Council, Cllr Mattie Ryan, with a little help from Moon and Sixpence Marionette Theatre.…

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