Lurgan Library


 

 Library Contact

 

Branch Manager\Contact:
Deirdre Breen
1 Carnegie Street
Lurgan
Armagh
BT66 6AS
t:028 3832 3912
f:028 3844 5584
Minicom:028 3832 3912
e:lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
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 Opening Hours

 

Opening hours for Lurgan Library
Monday:9:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday:9:30am - 8:00pm
Wednesday:9:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday:9:30am - 5:30pm
Friday:9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday:9:30am - 5:00pm
Sunday:Closed on Sunday

 

 

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 Library Events

 
Event TitleDetailsStart DateEnd DateTime
The Importance of Place Names in Recognising the Past
Local history talk by local historian Dr Frank McCorry

Deirdre Breen
t: 028 3832 3912
e: lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
23/05/201723/05/20177:00pm
Aromatherapy for Carers
• What is aromatherapy?
• The benefits and safe use of essential oils
• Essential oils and wellbeing

FREE Admission
Booking essential

Deirdre Breen
t: 028 3832 3912
e: lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
09/05/201709/05/201710:00am - 12:30pm
The Butterflies of Northern Ireland
Talk and slideshow by Ian Rippey on the butterflies of Northern Ireland

FREE Admission
Booking Advisable

Deirdre Breen
t: 028 3832 3912
e: lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
22/04/201722/04/20172:00pm
The Life of A.E. Russell
A powerpoint presentation outlining details of his early life in Lurgan by John Donohoe.

The presentation will include:
- his work as a writer and Editor of the Irish Statesman and the Irish Homestead
- his life as an artist and painter and his life as a patron to and promoter of writers, artists, and the theatre
- his involvement in the politics of the early 1900's including the Great Dublin Lockout and Jim Larkin, the 1916 Rising and World War 1
- how his whole life was shaped by his faith which was deeply influenced by Gnosticism and Hinduism
- his mysticism is quite fascinating and I will give a few examples of his meditations. This latter aspect of the talk will be the main emphasis as it gives a key to understanding this remarkable son of Lurgan

Contact the library for more information

Deirdre Breen
t: 028 3832 3912
e: lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
11/04/201711/04/20177:00pm
Mindfulness for Carers
With Maria Garvey, Kridyom

‘Making Space for Me’ Workshop

Maria will encourage and support Carers to look at their current situations and identify their stressors. She will also give a step-by-step introduction to some easy-to-do and enjoyable mindfulness exercises, simple and short enough to fit into their busy days.

Booking essential

Deirdre Breen
t: 028 3832 3912
e: lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
04/04/201704/04/201710:00am - 12:30pm
Big Armagh Read - Author Orla McAlinden in Conversation with Anthony Quinn
Award winning local author Orla McAlinden with be in conversation with fellow author Anthony Quinn.

FREE Admission
Booking essential
Please ask staff for more details

Deirdre Breen
t: 028 3832 3912
e: lurgan.library@librariesni.org.uk
28/03/201728/03/201711:00am
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