‘Reader’s Day’ event

Monaghan County Library Service announce their inaugural ‘Reader’s Day’ event.

Top Irish Authors & emerging talent will visit Carrickmacross Library on Saturday 24th September to read from their work, chat about what inspires them and what the life of an author is really like.

For the first time in it’s history, Monaghan County Libraries will gather together an eclectic line up of writers to take part in a day packed full of entertaining & insightful writers. The day will begin with Monaghan natives Evelyn Conlon and Shane Martin, followed by award winning poet Jean O’Brien, Journalist and Novelist Martina Devlin, bestselling Crime Writer Declan Hughes and new kid to the crime writing scene Frankie Gaffney. Sarah Webb will also be joining us to talk about her work as an author of both children’s and adult fiction. To round up the day each of our guests will have 5 minutes to talk about their favorite book followed by and audience Q&A.

This event is sure to be a hit with bookworms and aspiring writers. Tickets (including lunch) for this event are available through www.monaghan.ie/library or call in to any of the Branch Libraries in Co. Monaghan.

A Free bus will run from both Clones and Monaghan Branch Libraries. Booking is essential.

View Readers Day Event pdf here >>

Opening Hours

logo1Patrick Kavanagh Centre opening hours 2018:

Tuesday – Friday: 11am - 4.30pm.

Sunday: from 3rd June – 30th September - 3pm – 5.00pm.

Tours can be arranged at anytime by prior appointment

For information and booking phone 042 937 8560
Email: infoatpkc@eircom.net

Inniskeen Parish – Mass Times

Monday: 8pm
Tuesday: No Mass
Wednesday: 10am
Thursday: No Mass
Friday: 8pm
Saturday: 7.30pm
Sunday: 10am
Fr. Martin Treanor. P.P. - Tel. 042 9378105
Email: martintreanor@eircom.net

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