Millstreet Library will be open to the public from next week – from Tuesday, 30th June 2020. It will open at the slightly later time of 10am each day. Customers will be able to browse and pick their own books as before. The nationwide request system will start up about a month later. We look forward to welcoming everyone back in again. We thank Librarian Nora for this important notice. (S.R.)
The Pupils and Staff of Scoil Mhuire, Millstreet BNS presented a magnificent Bouquet of Flowers to Librarian Supreme, Grace Tangney in the Library on Friday, 28th Feb. 2020. As we reflect on the wonderful dedication which Grace has so clearly demonstrated over the past three and a half years we extend our heartfelt thanks and very best wishes to Grace in her upcoming inspiring role at Mallow Library. Today at 11:30 a.m. (Sat. 29th Feb.) Grace presents a wonderful story telling event on her final day as our superb Librarian in Millstreet Library. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Presentation to Librarian Supreme Grace by Millstreet BNS Pupils”
Preparing for this Wednesday’s Official Launch by Maura Walsh of IRD Duhallow of a superb Art Exhibition by the MARA Artists at Millstreet Library. Artist supreme Mary Sheehan of Knocknagree (pictured on right in image below) is the inspiring Teacher to the enthusiastic and splendidly talented Group. The official launch to which all are most welcome takes place at 7pm on Wednesday, 1st May 2019. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)======
The Art exhibition is featured in the Corkman, annd has some lovely photos of the ladies and friends also [HERE].
Maura Walsh of IRD Duhallow will launch one of the first Bealtaine Festival 2019 events at Millstreet Library when at 7:00pm on Wednesday, 1st May she will officially open Millstreet Active Retirement Association Artists’ Exhibition. Everyone is most welcome. We thank Phil for alerting us to the special occasion. (S.R.)
Due to the installation of new windows at Carnegie Hall, Millstreet – the Library will be closed until this Thursday. Millstreet Museum will be open on Tuesday, 2nd April 2019 from 9:30am to 1:40pm but due to the windows installation at the Museum Centre will be closed on Wednesday, 3rd April. Click on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Installing New Windows at Carnegie Hall”
Today (7th March 2019) is World Book Day in Ireland. Millstreet Librarian – Grace Tangney – shares the following background to our pictures. (S.R.)
“Millstreet Library was delighted to welcome the boys and girls from 1st Class Presentation National School to meet renowned Irish author/illustrator Derek Mulveen and enjoy a special storytime reading of his book “Oisín the Brave, Robot Island” an adventure story that takes Oisín and Órane the Dragon to three islands on a quest to find a GOLDEN KEY and save Robot Island….before time runs out.” Click on the images to enlarge.
On Thursday, 13th Sept. 2018 Millstreet Library was the location for a day of Family History Research with the wonderfully enthusiastic Genealogist Supreme from Co. Limerick – Karen O’Riordan from the Local Studies Library of Cork County Library. Karen met a number of people having spoken to them by phone some days ago receiving some background family history and then researching each person’s family history. For me I got some very valuable insights into the O’Leary (my mother’s maiden name) Family History. Karen asked us to focus on just one of our parents. What a truly excellent service by Cork County Library. If there is a further occasion when such a Day of Family History is repeated we would certainly encourage you to participate. All seen by the superbly dedicated Karen today felt greatly enriched by the treasured information shared. Our pictures illustrate Karen working with just two of the many appreciative participants – Margaret Healy and yours truly. Very special thanks also to the consistently helpful Millstreet Librarian – Grace Tangney who coordinated this special Day of Family History. (S.R.) [read more …] “Excellent Family History Support at Millstreet Library”
Do you have a secret longing to write? A series of workshops Creative Writing for Adults will be held in Millstreet Library. Classes are free of charge but places are limited. If you would like to attend contact the library on 029 21920 or email millstreet.library @corkcoco.ie
Thunder and Rain from Colorado will be touring Ireland from Thursday 11 May to Monday 22 May and will be playing Millstreet Library Fri. 19th: Millstreet Library at 11.30 a.m. on Friday 19th. Thunder and Rain are a four-piece country /bluegrass band. They got a fine write-up in Bluegrass Today. They feature Errin Peet-Lukes(guitar, vocals), Pete Weber (mandolin, vocals), Chris Herbst(dobro), and Ian Haggle (bass, vocals; previously here with the Martin Gilmore Trio). [from the Bluegrass Ireland Blog].
We accorded our distinguished Visitors a tour of Millstreet Museum after which they enjoyed refreshments in the Library. On my “Radio Treasures” programme on Cork Music Station next Tuesday at 10.30pm I shall be sharing some of their superb music as well as an interview with the very talented young people. [read more …] “Bluegrass Music Magic at Millstreet Library 2016”