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South Dublin Library Events

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A Game of Codes (2nd class to 4th class)
Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th June, 11:00am - 12:00pm
A Work Matters at the Library event.
Booking opens Friday 5th June, 10:00am, via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/a-game-of-codes-2nd-4th-class-tickets-107114247598
 
A Game of Codes (5th and 6th class)
Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th June, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
A Work Matters at the Library event.
Booking opens Friday 5th June, 10:00am, via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/a-game-of-codes-5th-6th-class-tickets-107121222460
 
A Game of Codes (Secondary school students)
Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th June, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
A Work Matters at the Library event, and part of the South Dublin Creative Campus Programme, supporting secondary school students.
Booking opens Friday 5th June, 10:00am, via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/a-game-of-codes-secondary-school-students-tickets-107122955644

All Game of Codes workshops are funded by Science Foundation Ireland.
 
These three-day coding workshops will be facilitated by The Academy of Code and delivered online using Zoom. A link to join the Zoom session will be sent to you approximately one hour before the event starts.
All you need to get started is a PC/Mac, mic/headset, webcam and a broadband connection (and we can survive without the webcam if necessary!)
Please note: A valid email address is required to register for the workshop. South Dublin Libraries will forward the email address you use to register to the Academy of Code who will then send an access code to your email address to enable you to attend the workshop. The contact details (name, email address and phone number) you supply to South Dublin Libraries via Eventbrite will be accessible by The Academy of Code on the day(s) of the event(s) for the duration of the event(s) in case they need to assist you in accessing the Zoom session.
Mainly aimed at coding beginners, but we'll have stretch goals and extra bits and pieces for students who have some coding experience already.
A parent or guardian will be required to be present for the duration of the workshop and there is a limit of one pupil per computer screen. All participants must be able to attend all three days of these workshops.
 
Be a Summer Star!
The annual Summer Stars children’s reading programme will take place this summer across South Dublin Libraries – keep an eye on our Facebook page later in June for more details.
We’re busy planning lots of exciting online events so make sure to keep up the reading!
www.facebook.com/southdublinlibraries
 
 
Ways to Wellness
South Dublin Libraries presents the Ways to Wellness series – four bite-sized talks on Monday nights at 8:00pm.
Séamus Power of Powering Health will present four ten-minute video talks on topics with a connecting theme of healthy social media usage.
The first video on Healthy Social Media Usage is already available on South Dublin Libraries' FaceBook page.
Watch out for
•          Good Sleep for Good Health on Monday 8th June at 8:00pm,
•          Exercise is Essential on Monday 15th June at 8:00pm, and
•          Stress Reduction for Wellness Improvement on Monday 22nd June at 8:00pm.
No booking required, just watch out for Séamus on our FaceBook page.
 
Dementia: Understand Together
Links to resources to help Carers who look after cocooners with dementia have been added to South Dublin Libraries' website with special tips on how to cope during the lockdown.
For further information, please click here.
 
How to Separate Fact from Fiction
We can help to stop the spread of misinformation about Coronavirus (COVID-19) by learning how to recognise information which is false, not completely accurate and / or not supported by experts.
We recommend checking the following websites for the most accurate and up-to-date information:
Health Service Executive - www.hse.ie
European Centre for Disease Control - www.ecdc.europa.eu
Department of Health - www.gov.ie
World Health Organisation - www.who.int
 
 
Job-Hunting and Interview Tips and Techniques
Thursday 11th June, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
You may have lost your job suddenly, or feel like you are in limbo, unsure of whether you will have a job to return to.
This webinar will help get you back into the right frame of mind, right now and will cover:
- Deciding which positions or which jobs to go for
- Preparing in advance and on the day for an online or face-to-face interview
- Suggested approach to the interview
- Suggested checklist for after the interview.
You will be asked a few short questions at registration to ensure that the talk can cover what you need.
The main speaker’s content will be recorded for future use, however no attendees details or faces will be recorded.
Please note: You will receive a Zoom meeting link 1 day before the event. Participants must have access to a laptop or mobile phone with a camera and microphone and be able to host the Zoom software on their device. All participants must also have a valid email address to receive the invite code for the webinar and to optionally provide feedback after the webinar. This email will be shared with the webinar host for this session only and will not be held on file by Tallaght Library.
Booking now open via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/job-hunting-and-interview-tips-and-techniques-webinar-tickets-107227476268
A Work Matters at the Library 
 
 
Introduction to Family History
 
Wednesday 10th June, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Concludes 17th June.
More time on your hands? Now is the perfect time to get started on your family history!
 
Each class introduces a major source:
 
Wednesday 10th June: Gravestones and Cemetery Records
A limited number of places remain available. Book now via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/introduction-to-family-history-gravestones-cemetery-records-tickets-104057185844
 
Wednesday 17th June: Newsprint
Booking opens Thursday 11th June, 10:00am, via https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/introduction-to-family-history-newsprint-tickets-104057916028
 
Facilitated by Fiona Fitzsimons of the Irish Family History Centre, these sessions will be delivered online via Zoom. A link to join the Zoom session will be emailed to attendees on the afternoon of the event.
Each genealogy session must be booked separately on Eventbrite.
See http://lucanlibrarydublin.eventbrite.com for an overview of all remaining sessions.
 
For an overview of our current events, please click here.

 
Best regards,
 
The staff of South Dublin Libraries