Cookery Books in the Library
They say that cooking is an art, baking is a science and The Great British Bake-off is a drama. Having travelled with the contestants through the snap of biscuits, the sponge of cakes and the scandal of Ian’s ice cream sabotage, I – like many others – have been seized by the creative urge to […]
Fingal Libraries celebrate National Heritage Week with a variety of events for all ages.
National Heritage Week is coordinated by The Heritage Council and its aim is to build awareness and education about our heritage thereby encouraging its conservation and preservation. National Heritage Week 2014 will run from August 23rd to 31st. Events for adults include talks on James Joyce: His Life and Times by Anne Colgan Centenary Talk […]
Work Opportunities! Fancy a career in football?
Are you over 18, out of work and love football? This initiative beginning in September in Dublin 15 could be for you! The FAI, Co. Dublin VEC and Fingal County Council have teamed up to provide an opportunity for people who are unemployed and out of formal education to get involved in a project designed […]
Girls Soccer Festival 2014 Blitzs & other fun events
Free Soccer Fun Day! Register a team, some friends or just yourself! 1.00pm-3.00pm Saturday 16 August 2014 Open to U9-U13 Venue: AUL Complex, Clonsaugh, Dublin13 Register by 12th August for details contact: Tel: 0860444435, 0871323260 email: paul.Keogh@fai.ie, Sharon.firstname.lastname@example.org
Top 10 Footballs books
Now that the World Cup is underway in Brazil, here’s a look at ten of the best books written about the game. Fever Pitch (1992) by Nick Hornby: In this groundbreaking bittersweet memoir, Nick Hornby reflected on how his passion for Arsenal FC had shaped, or warped, his life. […]
Junior Football Books In Fingal Libraries
There’s been a lot of excitement about the World Cup amongst all age groups. We have loads of football books for children throughout Fingal Libraries. The Big Book of the World Cup has a profile of all the stadiums and of every country taking part, a short history of the competition, and a look at […]
Fingal County Play Areas & Locations
Fingal County Council Play Areas & Locations This map shows the location of Play Areas within Fingal County Council, as well as all best place for sporting activities this summer. Play Areas are positioned at strategic points in every community within the council. If you cannot find a suitable one near you, please contact the […]
Flavours of Fingal
The sun is shining, the site build has begun, and the team are gearing up for our third year of the Flavours of Fingal County Show.
Donabate Portrane Community Library provides latest technology to borrowers
Mayor of Fingal Cllr Kieran Dennison officially opened Fingal County Council’s newest library branch, Donabate Portrane Community Library, at the Donabate Portrane Community & Leisure Centre on Wednesday 30th April. The delivery of the Council’s newest library provides the full range of services, from a collection of lending material including books, CDs, DVDs, Prints and […]
Bealtaine Festival: Celebrating Creativity as we age, 1-31st May, 2014
The Bealtaine Festival is a festival that celebrates creativity as we age and covers all the art forms. Established in 1996 there are now 120,000 people taking part in the Bealtaine Festival and this years festival theme is “And catch the heart off guard” which comes from poet Seamus Heaney. As part of Bealtaine, Fingal […]