Bealtaine 2024 in Nenagh Library

On Thursday 2nd May- 2p.m- 4p.m join our Needle felting class with Sandra Coote of Crafts of Ireland Create your own unique wool fibre picture. Limited Spaces call 067 34404 to book.

Tuesday 7th May, 10am to 12pm Ceramics with Gerardine Wisdom in Nenagh library.
Unleash your creativity in our hands-on ceramics workshop! Learn the art of moulding clay into beautiful pottery pieces. Perfect for beginners and enthusiasts alike, discover the joy of sculpting with expert guidance. Limited Spaces call 067 34404 to book.

Thursday 9th May, 1pm to 2:30pm Cookery with Colleen Kelly in Nenagh library
‘As the summer rolls in, we get prepared for lots of Al fresco dining with the perfect marinades, dressings and salads and with some quick and easy summer dining ideas to whet your appetite.’
Join our cookery workshop and embark on a culinary journey! From mastering essential techniques to crafting gourmet delights, immerse yourself in the world of flavors and aromas. Elevate your cooking skills and create memorable dishes with us. Limited Spaces call 067 34404 to book.

Tuesday 14th May @7p.m Talk& Valuations “Antiques are Green!” by Anne-Louise Mitchell
“Antiques are Green!” a modern reflection on buying antique or vintage items, rather than new. Followed by “What’s it Worth?” .. have your treasures appraised by Anne-Louise Mitchell. Anne-Louise is an Antiques Auctioneer with 25 years experience at Victor Mitchell’s Auction Rooms in Roscrea.

Thursday 23rd May, 10am -12p.m Wood Carving Exhibitions with Para Wood Carving

Master wood carver Para Havatitye has a unique gift for crafting sculptures by hand and chainsaw. Step into a world where wood comes alive in our captivating wood carving exhibition. Marvel at the mastery of intricate designs, from traditional to contemporary. Immerse yourself in the beauty and craftsmanship of each sculpted piece

Thursday 16th May. 2.30p.m Join Mary Kenny Irish journalist, broadcaster and playwright.
A working journalist for 60 years – now aged 80 Mary still works in the media. Developing a close interest in the social history of Ireland Mary has come to believe that one of the greatest contribution senior citizens can make is remembering how things were, and seeing the past in the context of the past.”
She has written for over 30 newspapers and magazines.
Along with a “selective memoir” in 2013, “Something of Myself – and Others”,and “A Day at a Time,” a collection of reflections, published in December 2016.

Nenagh Library Tuesday 28th @ 7p.m
Sarah Croker a singer songwriter from Tipperary. Who is currently pursuing a masters in Songwriting from the World Academy of Irish Music in UL.
Sarah accompanied by a special guest will take the listener on a journey through Irish music from its Sean Nós origins, the Celtic Connections era and American influences through to modern day.

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