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A variety of exhibitions, lectures, and other events are being planned in Westmeath libraries to coincide with National Heritage Week, which runs from August 20 to 28.
Mullingar will once again be celebrating its connection with famous literary genius James Joyce on Bloomsday, June 16.
Seachtain na Gaeilge, which runs from March 5 to 17, is a celebration of Irish language, culture, and heritage. It offers the chance for people to practice their cúpla focail, to celebrate ‘leabhar power’ by reading books as Gaeilge, or even to try a language course. Westmeath Libraries are proud to support Seachtain na Gaeilge with a wide range of events.
Why not explore what your local library can offer you? Here is a taste of the event coming up at your local library this March.
Westmeath County Library Service is pleased to announce a special talk in Mullingar Library by the renowned midland artist Kevin Flood.
During November and December, Westmeath County Library Service will host two talks on bereavement in conjunction with the HSE and the Irish Hospice Foundation.
Westmeath Library Service is pleased to announce a visit by award winning Irish children’s author Derek Landy to Mullingar on Tuesday September 14 .
As part of the recent National Heritage Week 2010 celebrations, Westmeath County Library Service was delighted to play host to a number of events.
The new library, which opened its doors to the public on June 11 2009, celebrated its first anniversary with satisfaction levels among the general public very evident. In its first full year of operation the new 847 sq m state-of-the-art library had 108,785 visitors pass through its doors in comparison to visitor numbers of 64,195 the previous year.
Seachtain na Gaeilge is an annual celebration of Irish culture, heritage, and language. Seachtain na Gaeilge, which takes place from Friday March 5 to Wednesday March 17, is being celebrated in Mullingar Library with a mixture of music nights, exhibitions, school events, scéalaíocht, and films.