File photo: Lego Batman
An exciting Lego exhibition by Brick.ie will be opened at Naas Library on Friday, May 11.
It will be open from 3pm-5pm on May 11 and 9.30am-5pm on Saturday, May 12.
“Calling all Lego enthusiasts young and old. Come along to see some wonderful jaw-dropping Lego creations on display from brick.ie – the Irish association for Adult Fans of Lego. With almost twenty exhibitors and the popular brick pit, it’s an event not to be missed for Lego fans,” said the library.
All welcome. No booking required.
Other events lined up over the coming days include a Children’s Steam Workshop this Saturday, April 28.
The Wonderful World of Engines and Motors will be presented by Paul Brereton from Science Culture Ireland from 2.30pm to 3.30pm.
This is amed for children aged 8-12 years. Booking is required.
Another event in the programme is an Irish Wildlife Trust Public Talk on Wildlife Gardening presented by The Irish Wildlife Trust on Tuesday, May 22 from 2.30pm-3.30pm. Get practical advice on how we can all do our bit to protect our native biodiversity with some simple changes to how we garden. From window boxes to big gardens we can help our native biodiversity. Booking required.
Staff from Naas Library will be running the monthly story time in the Arts and Culture Centre in Naas Library. Starting on Wednesday, May 16 at 9:15am and it will take place every third Wednesday of the month during term time. Join us for a half hour of songs, rhymes and stories for pre-schoolers. The story time sessions will take place on May 16 and June 20 before breaking for the summer months. For children aged 0-3. No booking required.
An Age-Friendly Library Day takes place on Friday, May 11 from 9.30am-5pm, Saturday 12 May from 9.30am-5pm. Members of the public are invited to drop in for some casual chat with staff over a cup of tea/coffee. No booking required.
For the full list of events, click here.