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Books, graphic novels, music, and a place to hang out (and study!).
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For the record: Our music heritage
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The Local Studies Library will close from 3:00 pm on Saturday 14 January 2017 and re-open at 10.00 am on Wed. 25 January 2017.
Travel back in time at the latest exhibition in The Lightwell, Hollyhill Library.
Running from 10th-31st January 2017
Register now for University College Cork's Spring courses which will take place in Cork City Library.
The venue is the Thomas Davis Room, ground floor of the City Library. All fees are payable to UCC.
Cork City Libraries / Cork City Council has been shortlisted for the 2016 Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards for the Growing Imaginations project.
Cork City Council’s development programme for the library service, called Read – Learn – Explore, has been published.
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