Atlas Women’s Centre – Poem ‘brighter days ahead’

Early Childhood settings reflect Brighter Days Ahead. Early years settings with a diverse range of practitioners, children and family backgrounds, were invited and encouraged to consider what ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ means to them.

We have captured their creative interpretation of this through the voice of the child and those who care for them, based on the Good Relations Week theme. 

Atlas Women’s Centre Creche – Voice of the Child

Early Childhood settings reflect Brighter Days Ahead. Early years settings with a diverse range of practitioners, children and family backgrounds, were invited and encouraged to consider what ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ means to them. We have captured their creative interpretation of this through the voice of the child and those who care for them, based on the Good Relations Week theme.

Natural Connections Photographic Exhibition, Colin Glen Library – 26th September

Belfast Exposed is delighted to partner with Translink on a photography competition to capture the ‘Natural Connections’ which has sustained, surrounded, supported and encouraged people and communities since 23 March 2020, the first day of lockdown.

This last year will leave a permanent memory on the lives of people around the world. A number of everyday life experiences have become an essential part of our wellbeing. The importance of nature in our lives, from a small flower in a garden to climbing a newly discovered hill, or just sitting on a beach listening to the waves, never before has the connection to nature become more crucial.

The exhibition can be viewed during library hours.

Contact branch for details t: 028 9043 1266 e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

Natural Connections Photographic Exhibition, Colin Glen Library – 25th September

Belfast Exposed is delighted to partner with Translink on a photography competition to capture the ‘Natural Connections’ which has sustained, surrounded, supported and encouraged people and communities since 23 March 2020, the first day of lockdown.

This last year will leave a permanent memory on the lives of people around the world. A number of everyday life experiences have become an essential part of our wellbeing. The importance of nature in our lives, from a small flower in a garden to climbing a newly discovered hill, or just sitting on a beach listening to the waves, never before has the connection to nature become more crucial.

The exhibition can be viewed during library hours.

Contact branch for details t: 028 9043 1266 e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

Natural Connections Photographic Exhibition, Colin Glen Library – 24th September

Belfast Exposed is delighted to partner with Translink on a photography competition to capture the ‘Natural Connections’ which has sustained, surrounded, supported and encouraged people and communities since 23 March 2020, the first day of lockdown.

This last year will leave a permanent memory on the lives of people around the world. A number of everyday life experiences have become an essential part of our wellbeing. The importance of nature in our lives, from a small flower in a garden to climbing a newly discovered hill, or just sitting on a beach listening to the waves, never before has the connection to nature become more crucial.

The exhibition can be viewed during library hours.

Contact branch for details t: 028 9043 1266 e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

Natural Connections Photographic Exhibition, Colin Glen Library – 23rd September

Belfast Exposed is delighted to partner with Translink on a photography competition to capture the ‘Natural Connections’ which has sustained, surrounded, supported and encouraged people and communities since 23 March 2020, the first day of lockdown.

This last year will leave a permanent memory on the lives of people around the world. A number of everyday life experiences have become an essential part of our wellbeing. The importance of nature in our lives, from a small flower in a garden to climbing a newly discovered hill, or just sitting on a beach listening to the waves, never before has the connection to nature become more crucial.

The exhibition can be viewed during library hours.

Contact branch for details t: 028 9043 1266 e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

Natural Connections Photographic Exhibition, Colin Glen Library – 22nd September

Belfast Exposed is delighted to partner with Translink on a photography competition to capture the ‘Natural Connections’ which has sustained, surrounded, supported and encouraged people and communities since 23 March 2020, the first day of lockdown.

This last year will leave a permanent memory on the lives of people around the world. A number of everyday life experiences have become an essential part of our wellbeing. The importance of nature in our lives, from a small flower in a garden to climbing a newly discovered hill, or just sitting on a beach listening to the waves, never before has the connection to nature become more crucial.

The exhibition can be viewed during library hours.

Contact branch for details t: 028 9043 1266 e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

Natural Connections Photographic Exhibition, Colin Glen Library – 21st September

Belfast Exposed is delighted to partner with Translink on a photography competition to capture the ‘Natural Connections’ which has sustained, surrounded, supported and encouraged people and communities since 23 March 2020, the first day of lockdown.

This last year will leave a permanent memory on the lives of people around the world. A number of everyday life experiences have become an essential part of our wellbeing. The importance of nature in our lives, from a small flower in a garden to climbing a newly discovered hill, or just sitting on a beach listening to the waves, never before has the connection to nature become more crucial.

The exhibition can be viewed during library hours.

Contact branch for details t: 028 9043 1266 e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

This Is Me – Photographic Exhibition

Photographic exhibition of items of personal significance or that have been of comfort during the pandemic.

During Library Hours at Belfast Central Library.

Keady Yarnspinners with Masako Carey

Libraries NI welcomes Tokyo born Masako Carey for a storytelling session of her repertoire of traditional Japanese tales, some comical, some serious, that has now expanded to include tales from around the world.

Masako met her Irish born husband through business and came to Northern Ireland 20 years ago. She recently completed a National Open College Network Level 2 qualification in oral storytelling, a course supported by funding from Libraries NI.

Register using the event button below. 

*After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.