KilkeeThere's so much I want to say about the incredible work happening in Clare libraries, all under the protective wing of Patricia Fitzgerald (executive librarian). There is connectivity and a wonderful flow which is also very apparent in Meath. What is it that makes everything work so well? Is it vision and dedication or sheer hard work?
It took so long to edit the photos that I'll save the 'schpeel' for another time. Today I just wish to say, Children of Ireland, I LOVE YOU. YOU TRULY MAKE MY HEART SING!!!
Thank you Kilkee, Kilrush, Six-mile-bridge and Ennis for a wonderful, wonderful time!
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Below are photos of the simply stunning Kilkee library
|Beautiful Kilkee library|
|Percent for art contribution in the library courtyard|
|Fantastic balloon sculpture by local artist|
|Second class pupils getting creative|
|Kilkee library also has a state of the art theatre space|
|This little girl goes to Kilrush library most days with her father., it's her playground. She adores the books and demands attention from all the staff|
|Exciting ideas forming|
|Definitely not double trouble|
|Two gorgeous girls collaborating from different schools|
|Fantastic 2nd class pupils|
|Looks spooky on the outside (a perfect setting for Halloween frieze making)|
|Bet this place looks great at night-Imagine it lit with tea lights|
|But oh...so warm and friendly inside|
|A beautiful window but a Harry Clarke window once resided in it's place|
|Chris Haughton's eye catching poster|
|Six-mile-bridge National School|
|2nd class children who are definitely 1st class|
|2nd class children from Barefield National School|
|Spooky Hallloween Frieze|