Friday 6th May and Friday the 27th May from 2.30p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Bygone days of Ireland A two-part documentary gives a fascinating insight into life in the early part of 20th century Ireland, commissioned by Paddy Hurney, a blacksmith in Tristaun, Co Galway, covers a variety of topics including stone wall building, wheel making, threshing, the Travellers’ way of life, St Brigid’s Cross making, rural festivals, songs, music, dancing and much more.
Tuesday 10th May from 11a.m. – 12.00a.m.
Intergenerational workshop with artist, Marguerite Kent.
This workshop brings together grandparents and grandchildren to work on creating a piece of art based on the theme of Alice in Wonderland.
Wednesday 11th May from 7.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m.
The Pauper Priest written and directed by Paul Maher and performed by Liam O Maoldhomhnaigh and Bob Russell.
‘The Pauper Priest’ tells the story of Fr John Barry (1846-1920) who, after being wronged by his bishop and denied a parish, fell into poverty and destitution.
Friday 13th May, from 2.30pm – 3.00 p.m. Getting to know your smartphone
May 16th to 20th Tosú Arís : Tudor Artisan Hub outputs from the Tosú Arís workshops. Contact the library for full details.
Monday the 23rd May from 11.00 am – 12.00 a.m.
Hello Happiness, Goodbye Loneliness’: Community pharmacist Dr Sabine Eggers will give a talk on emotional wellbeing.
Wednesday 25th May from 7.00 pm – 8.00 p.m.
Carrick Library Miscellany: Carrick on Suir library presents poetry, prose and musical interludes from local authors and musicians Breda Joyce, Wattie Dunphy, Ann Dempsey, Annette Condon and Joe Whelan featuring personal reminiscences and poetry with local musicians providing a selection of musical interludes