On Monday, September 17, Cahir library had it’s reading tree medal presentation night. It was a great success with most of the children who took part and their families attending on the night.
Munster rugby player and Cahir man Tommy O’Donnell presented the medals and certificates to a happy bunch. He was terrific and very patient and had parents as well as children queuing up for a photo opportunity.
The scheme was very successful this year with over 750 books being read by more than 75 children during the school holidays. A big thank you to Tommy. And congrats on your brilliant try for Munster on Saturday night.
Knit and Natter
The library Knit and Natter club are running a bus to the Crafts Fair in Dublin again this November. There are places available and can be booked in the library. The cost is €25 for the bus which will leave the library at 8am on November 2.
The library will be closed for annual leave from 4pm on Friday, September 28, and will reopen on Monday, October 8, at 2pm. Books can be renewed online at www.tipperarylibraries.ie or by phoning Clonmel library at 0526124545.
Making a will
During October there will be a talk given on the importance of making a will and power of attorney and enduring power of attorney. It can be very important to understand these things and how much easier it can be for a family if they are done. Mr Brendan Looby, solicitor, has generously agreed to give this talk, the date will be announced in plenty of time and admission will be free.