What's On: July-September 

Coming up for July-September in dlr LexIcon & dlr Libraries, we have a fabulous array of exhibitions, tai chi for seniors, stop motion workshops for children, LexIcon lab classes for all ages, a Roald Dahl day for schools, autumn Library Voices series as well as Culture night in September, just to mention a few. 
Click 'Open Programme' to find out more.

Open Programme

Upcoming Exhibition

Missing: A Contemporary Study of the Battle of the Somme Landscape
dlr LexIcon, Level 3
July 1 - August 30

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of this catastrophic battle in which thousands of Irish fought and died, photographer Aidan Crawley will give a talk about his exhibition on Thursday 14th July at 6.30pm in the Studio Theatre, dlr LexIcon. He will be joined by Irish Times journalist Ronan McGreevy, author of the recently published book Wherever the Firing Line Extends: An Irish Journey Along the Western Front published by the History Press. This is a free event and all are welcome. No booking necessary. 
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Brick Flicks workshops are coming to dlr LexIcon

dlr Libraries delighted to host who will deliver Brick Flicks workshops in the LexIcon Lab in July. Make your own Lego movie in this hands-on workshop which makes LEGO minifigures come alive! Booking essential, places strictly limited to one per child, suitable for age 8+

Talk on Health & Nutrition with Jaclyn Doyle 

Dundrum Library, Thursday 14 July, 6.30pm

Jaclyn Doyle is a certified nutritional therapist and wishes to help people improve their overall health, achieve their desired goals and develop habits that will lead to a healthy and balanced life. 
All welcome, free talk, book your place by phoning 01- 298 5000

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