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Group 1 Flat Racing.

Three decades on from their formative gigs together, the legendary Scullion is a band destined to stay together.

Classic racing at the Curragh

For the first time in the history of the class, Formula Vee will this weekend race for the biggest trophy in Irish Motorsport, the 'Leinster Trophy'.

Stella Tillyard will meet and talk about the places that she wrote about in both Aristocrats and Citizen Lord.

beginners knitting and feltmaking course

With David Caffrey & Harriet O'Carrol. Guest speaker Stella Tillyard.

Experience the Benefits of Tai Chi for yourself for FREE!

Presented by Rathcoffey Local History Group

Naas Toastmasters 2009/10 season begins

Nature photographs

Irish language

Ceiliuradh ceoil, damhsa, amhraniochta, teanga agus culture traidisiunta na hEireann.
A Celebration of music, dance, singing, language and Irish traditional culture.

Stress in a child's life


Children’s Chess Club

Computer Classes

One evening per week.

Launch of the exhibition

Sing-along story-time

The Spanish Flu appeared in Ireland in three waves - summer and autumn/winter 1918 and spring 1919. 

Arts and Craft

Discussion & Performance

A wonderful evening of music and song in support of local charities

Book Club

Education Support

Support Group

Introductory Irish Classes

A new music experience to Naas with Cathy Davey, Farah Elle, Ross Breen, and Square Pegs.

Authors join fellow journalist for a conversation about the transition from journalism to fiction and much, much more

Book signing with the hugely popular Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen for the second book in the iconic Aisling series - The Importance of Being Aisling

with Rachael English and Gary Granville

The presentation of the inaugural Denis O'Driscoll Literary Awards Followed by: "Luisne an Chleite - a Kildare Collective" by Wordsmiths Writers Group

Join us for a live recording of the popular Headstuff podcast Motherfocloir.

Reflections on Adoptive Parenthood by Mari Gallagher

2018 is the 100th anniversary of the 1918 Election and Women's Suffrage

Kildare Library & Arts Service and Maynooth University 2018-2019 Writers-in-Residence in conversation.

Making use of local knowledge, estate and ordnance survey maps, and online resources, this workshop will identify forgotten places and pathways in and around Rathangan.

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