The library computers have been acting up recently but the good news is that they are functioning properly again. The library will be closed for the week beginning Tuesday 12th August to Friday 15th. Advertisements
Tennis coaching for children beginning on Saturday 2nd Aug 2014 at 10am. All welcome.
Meeting of Glin Dev. on Thurs night at Conways at 8.30 pm.
Thanks to the St Fergus School 6th class of 96/97 for the following information. The full “History of Glin” written by this class is in the library.
Congratulations to all involved in the Glin Estuary Swim 2014 on Sunday 20th July. It was a gloriously sunny day and the swimmers all finished safely. A special thanks to Maria Geoghegan who once again organised a fantastic sporting event … Continue reading
There will be an outing to Foynes on Sunday, 17th August 2014. Meet at Foynes Flying Boat Museum at 11am. We will visit museum then have lunch followed by a tour of village with local historian Sean Diffley. All are … Continue reading
Peg want to give credit to the “artist” who tried to remove his work from the library sign. This may be a lesson to all to know that some things done in fun are not easily removed. There are always … Continue reading
It is a pity that somebody decided to deface the library sign on the pier outside the library. The building is very historic and admired by locals and visitors alike so it is not nice to see that somebody has … Continue reading
The library will be closed on Thursday and Friday this week 17/18 July. It will also be closed for annual Leave on the week of 12th to 15th August.
GLIN ICA ARE HOLDING A SUMMER WHIST DRIVE TOMORROW NIGHT THE 15TH JULY. PLEASE COME ALONG AND ENJOY A GREAT NIGHT.
Irish Water Safety Swim Lessons for all ages and levels take place at Glin Pier from July 14-18. Registration takes place at 7pm on Sunday 13/7/14 at Glin Pier. Monday’s lessons start at 8am and the start time gets later … Continue reading
Great to see the tourists visiting every week.No matter where they come from they always admire this lovely building and facility in the town. This week I use an extract about Lime-kilns from “The Life and Rhymes of Paddy Faley” … Continue reading