Wednesday, 25th May 2011
As part of the 2011 Bealtaine Festival for over 55s, Waterford City Council Library Service will host two free talks on composting and water conservation by Ella Ryan, Environmental Officer. The talks take place in Central Library on Friday 27 May at 10.30am and in Ardkeen Library on Tuesday 31 May at 3pm. The talks will last approximately an hour and are in association with ENFO.
Booking is essential as places are limited. To reserve your place, call into your local library or phone Central Library on 051-849975 or Ardkeen Library on 051-849755.
Bealtaine is a National Arts Festival celebrating creativity in older age. It takes place countrywide during May and involves hundreds of events in every art form. There is a month long programme of events running at Central, Ardkeen and Brown's Road Libraries.
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