On St. Patrick’s Day…we all have a little Irish in us!
Go raibh míle maith agat!
An Irish blessing is used in its original Gaelic often in Ireland – one of the few expressions that almost everybody knows. The meaning is – ‘Many thanks' – literally ‘That you may have a thousand good things' and is pronounced Guh rev mee-lah maw og-ut.
St. Patrick’s Day Grab & Go Kit
Available in the Library Lobby starting Friday, March 10th at 10:00 a.m. while supplies last.
St. Patrick’s Day-themed Grab & Go kits for children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade.
Stories & Stuff – Spring and Spring Holidays
Afternoon stories and craft for ages 2 to 6. Miss Caroline will read a few books about Spring and Spring holidays and create a craft.
This event will be in Galaxy Hall (the Trove), from 4:30 – 6:00 pm on Tuesday, March 16th.
Books for St. Patrick’s Day
Folktales & Fairytales
- Billy Beg and his bull: an Irish Tale by Ellin Greene
- Fair, Brown, and Trembling: and Irish Cinderella by Jude Daly
- The Irish Cinderlad by Shirley Climo
- The king with a horse’s ear: an Irish graphic folktale by Gloria Kloster
- The Ring of Truth: an original Irish tale by Teresa Bateman
- Tales for the telling: Irish folk and fairy stories by Edna O’Brien
- Tales from Old Ireland by Malachy Doyle
- Ireland by Jean F. Blashfield
- Ireland by Kathleen W. Deady
- Ireland by Brendan January
- Ireland by Darragh Geraghty
- Ireland by Patricia Levy
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