Arts & Crafts, Behind the Books, Children 10-12, Children 6-10, Children Ages 0 - 5, Educational, Library services, Storytime

Even More Family Events Happening This Weekend!

Festive Fun with Lámh workshop
Friday 10th December at 6.30pm via Zoom

This December enjoy Family time at Kildare Libraries with Deirdre ~ Senior Speech & Language Therapist & Lámh Tutor. Join us on Zoom in the comfort of your home for a fun filled Christmas evening with Sing & Sign Christmas songs, a special Christmas Read with Lámh, Knock knock Christmas surprise box & lots more. Have fun & learn some Lámh signs with your little ones.

Lámh is the manual sign system used by children and adults with intellectual disability and communication needs in Ireland. Lámh was originally developed in the early 1980s in order to have a unified, standardised, Irish-based approach to signing for those with intellectual disabilities and communication needs.
Booking via Eventbrite.

Ceiliúr na Camhaoire – Siúlóid le Richie Conroy / The Dawn Chorus
Saturday, 11th December at 9am

Buailfimid le chéile ag briseadh na maidine chun dul ag faire ar na héin áitiúla. Céard a bheidh le feiceáil agus le cloisteáil? Beidh an ócáid trí Ghaeilge agus beidh fáilte roimh chách.

We will meet at sunrise to do some local birdwatching. What will we see and hear? This event will be through Irish, all welcome.Chuir d’áitse in áirithe go luath!
Book your place early!
Áit/Place: Leabharlann Droichead Nua / Newbridge Library.
Booking via Eventbrite.

Let’s Celebrate Winter: Family Drawing Workshop with Duffy Mooney-Sheppard
Saturday 11th December at 10am via Zoom

Join Duffy Mooney-Sheppard as she takes you on a drawing journey for all the family (from Ages 5+). Since the beginning, humans have marked time and created stories by noticing the seasons and watching the stars. Before we had books, these ancient people all across the globe, left their mark and told their stories through stone carvings and cave paintings. In this workshop, we will take inspiration from the symbols and patterns left to us by our ancestors at sites like Newgrange, the Chevreaux Caves and others to create our own large drawing to celebrate the Winter Solstice.

Participants will require:
• A4 sheets of paper or card
• glue stick/cello-tape or similar
• Something to draw and colour with (bring whatever you love to work with i.e. Crayons, pencils, pastels, chalk, paint)
Booking Via Eventbrite.

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