Home > Services > Libraries > Library Branches > Edenderry Library
Speech & Reading
Social Media
Facebook YouTube blog twitter flickr

Contact Us
MondayClosed 
Tuesday9:30am - 5:30pm 
Wednesday9:30am - 8:00pm 
Thursday9:30am - 5:30pm 
Friday9:30am - 5:30pm 
Saturday9:30am - 1:00pm 
SundayClosed 

All libraries will be closed on the Saturday of a Bank Holiday weekend.

Edenderry Library
JKL Street,
Edenderry,
Co. Offaly.
R45 RX48

Phone:046 97 31028
E-mail:edenderrylibrary@offalycoco.ie
Web:http://www.offaly.ie/libraries

 

Latest News & Events

 

EventDateDescription
Beginners ArtEvery Tuesday @ 11.00am

With Kathleen Mulligan

Fee charged

MeditationEvery Wednesday @ 10.30am

With Bernie

Fee Charged

 Contact: Tel: 046 9731028.  Email: EdenderryLibrary@offalycoco.ie

Back to top

 

Creative Writing Workshop

Creative Writing Workshop starting October

After Easter' photographs of Dublin by Thomas Johnson Westropp

September Events & Activities

Leinster Regiment

“Leinsters” to go on display in Birr Library

BorrowBox July Top 20

BorrowBox Top 20 available to download now

Book Awards 2016

Man Booker and other Literary Awards 2016

P.J. Lynch

Laureate na Nóg - P.J. O'Neill

Digital Library logo

My open Library

scanned image of offaly county library borrower card

FREE membership at Offaly Libraries!

Offaly and the Rising

Ballycommon Telecentre

Ballycommon Courses

| Tullamore Courses 2016    

Learning at your Library

Library Development Plan

Library Development Plan 2010-2014 .pdf (2.4 MB)

Pleann Leabharlainne 2010-2014.pdf (1.4 MB)

 

Offaly Library Annual Report 2015.pdf

Library News Archive

Library News ARCHIVE

 

Back to top

 

Displaying crafts in Edenderry Library

Do you have a craft that you would like to put on display to the public?  Edenderry library are interested in promoting crafts from the surrounding area and we now have a dedicated display area in which you can do so.  Phone Edenderry Library at 046 9731028 for further details.

 

Judi Curtin visits Daingean & Edenderry Libraries

Judi Curtin visits Daingean & Edenderry Library