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Mango Languages Online


Mango Languages is free for all dlr Library members and can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection. Each lesson combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. There are over 60 foreign language courses available plus English courses for speakers of other languages. Mango also offers the opportunity to learn through foreign film with Mango Premiere™.
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Creating the Manifesto

A four day project for young people at dlr LexIcon & the National Print Museum will run from 29 March – 1 April. Facilitated by Nathan O’Donnell, Clare Bell and Mary Plunkett in collaboration with the National Print Museum, Beggars Bush, Dublin 4.

This is an active, practical and fun project incorporating creative writing, design and print, during which participants will also find out about historical manifestos, including the 1916 Proclamation. The project is free and open to those aged 16-20yrs.

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Japan Desk in dlr LexIcon


The Embassy of Japan in Ireland will host a Japan Desk on Thursday 3rd March from 2-5pm in dlr LexIcon. Girl’s Day, also known as the Doll’s Day, is observed in Japan on March 3rd. Flowers are arranged and families prepare a special meal of sushi, clams, and sweet sake to celebrate. More importantly, though, this is a day to wish health and happiness to girls throughout the country. Come along to find out more about this festival and Japanese culture.
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23rd February 2016