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The Louth County Library in Dundalk will host a panel debate on ‘The EU Investment Plan: What’s in it for you?’ on Tuesday evening at 6.30pm. Chaired by LMFM presenter
The local Artisans group will open their annual exhibition of paintings this Tuesday in the Louth County Library at 7.30pm. The exhibition will then remain open during library open hours
This Thursday night in the Louth County Library in Roden Place a special event will take place involving two of Dundalk’s best known figures. “An evening with Fr Michael Cusack
An information session on a new Pathways Programme from Louth Leader Partnership will take place in the Louth County Library in Roden Place in Dundalk this Tuesday morning at 10.30am.
A Life Balance Workshop with Tony Humphries will take place in the Louth County Library in Roden Place on Thursday evening at 6pm. In his talk, Dr Humphries will explain
To celebrate Europe Day, the Louth County Library in Dundalk is hosting an arts and craft workshop this Saturday morning. The free event takes place at 11.30am and all are
An Easter arts and craft event will take place in the Louth County Library in Dundalk this Wednesday. The event gets underway at 11.30am. Places are limited so booking is
The Louth County Library in Roden Place will celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge next week by hosting Irish music and dancing on Tuesday March 7th at 7pm. The ‘Oich Ghaelach” is
As part of the Brigid of Faughart Festival there will be a workshop for children this Saturday at 2pm in Dundalk Library. The workshop is suitable for 4 – 8
Dundalk Fire Service were called to the scene of a suspected gas leak on the Ramparts Road this morning. The fire service responded to reports of a gas smell around
The 10th annual Brigid of Faughart Festival will be launched this Thursday at 6.30pm in the Louth County Library in Roden Place. Former Green Party MEP Nuala Ahearn will be
A free family history day will take place in the Louth County Library in Dundalk this Saturday. The event, which runs from 11am to 4.30pm, is entitled ‘What were your