Monday: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Tuesday: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Wednesday: 9.30am – 8pm
Thursday: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Friday: 9.30am – 1pm & 2pm -5pm
Saturday: 10am – 1pm & 2pm-5pm
All our Public PC’s shut down automaticaly 10 minutes before the branch closes.
No new sessions are allowed from 20 mintutes before the branch closes.
Phone: 0761 066130
- A valid library card and PIN number are needed to access the public PC’S
- PC useage must be paid for at the self service kiosk or from your Library Top Up account.
- €0.50c for a 25 min session
- Sessions may be extended in 15 minute periods if there are sufficient funds on your account and if the PC is available.The charge for these extended periods is €0.30 cents
- The maximum time allowed on the PC is 4 hours over a 24 hour time period
- The maximum time allowed in one continous session is 2 hours
- Installed on each PC are Microsoft Office and Open Office
- The PC’s can read USB memory sticks, CDs, DVDs and SD memory cards
- It is possible to print in both colour and in black and white ( A4 only )
- It is possible to scan documents ( A4 only )
firstname.lastname@example.org for A4 Black & White
email@example.com for A4 Colour
Go to this web address and upload the file http://www.printeron.net/tpl/clonmel
- PrinterOn APP
Download the PrinterOn app and select where you wish to collect your printing
- A valid library card and PIN number are needed to access the Wifi.
Adult Book Groups
There are three book groups who meet once a month, one in the morning and two evening groups. New members are welcome.
Every Thursday 4pm. All ages welcome. Each month, there will be a SPECIAL themed storytime. Watch out for the posters.
7-9 years Book Club
Monthly meetings. New members welcome.
10-12 years Book Club
Monthly meetings. New members welcome.
Skype Book Club
Skype Book Club meet every three months. Skyping with Peorian readers in Illinois, USA.
Women`s Discussion Group
Meet every Wednesday 10.30-12.00pm. All are welcome.
The second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 10.00am.Free of charge.
All are welcome to come along to this monthly get together of people who are interested in all kinds of crafts, knitting, basketry, sewing, beading, patchwork etc. Get some advice or swop some patterns .
GIY is open to people interested in food growing at all levels, i.e. from growing a few herbs on the balcony to complete self-sufficiency, from beginners to old hands.
All are welcome on on 2nd Wednesday of each month.
Clonmel Library has a dedicated space that is used by a variety of community groups.
This facility is used as an exhibition space, a meeting room and a performance venue.
Examples of those who use this space are:
- Women`s Discussion Group,
- Craft Circle,
- Author visits,
- Book clubs.
There is seating room for 150 people.
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