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13 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm Johnston
14 Feb Scéal As Gaeilge don aos óg. 11.30 – 12.30pm 14 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm 15 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm 16 Feb Story time and Colouring for all the family 3-4pm 14 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm Bailieborough
15 Feb Story time and Colouring for all the family 3-4pm 16 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm Cootehill
15 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm 16 Feb Library website virtual family tour 3-5pm 18 Feb Story time and Colouring for all the family 3-4pm Bibliotherapy
Maybe you’ve been feeling very down for a while and think you might need an anti-depressant to pull yourself out of the black hole. Instead of (or as well as) Prozac, your GP could prescribe Feedback
‘Depression, The Commonsense Approach’ by Tony Bates, or ‘The Feeling Good Handbook’ by David Burns The effectiveness of using self-help books as a means of psychological therapy for people experiencing mild to moderate emotional and psychological difficulties – known as Bibliotherapy – has been well established in clinical trials. The Bibliotherapy book recommendation scheme is a
collaborative effort between the HSE & Cavan County Council's Library Services. A list of high-quality self-help books has been compiled in our libraries, based on the recommendations of Subscribe to
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working in Ireland. Under the scheme GPs and health care professionals have the Bibliotherapy list and can bring these books to the attention of the patients who are likely to benefit from their use. The list is available in your local Library and on our website. All books are available on request. contact your local library or email your details to Reading Group Picks this Month!
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Johnston Central Library
Media’, ‘Pick of the Classics’ and ‘New Bailieborough Library
Cootehill Library
‘Cry the Beloved County’ by Alan Paton Did you know?
Missing Them Already!
Cavan County Library Service is losing three valuable members of staff due to retirement. While Eilish Flynn has already departed, both Brian Connolly, and Brenda O’Reilly will sadly take their leave before the end of this month. Brian, the patriarch of the Library Service, has worked with Cavan County Library Service for 41 years, having first taken up employment in July 1971. Towards the end of his career he discovered a natural talent for photography! We wish himself, & his wife Mary a happy retirement. Brenda has worked at Bailieborough Library for almost 11 years & has provided a top class service to the local community. She will be missed by Library Borrowers both young & old. She intends to head west to take up semi-permanent residence in the beautiful Achill Island, where we hope that she will be very happy. Eilish has worked for the Library Service since 1992, having first joined Cavan County Council in 1986. Her expert typing skills will be sorely missed at Library We wish all three long life, health, & happiness! Library Facts 2011
February Lectures
April 15, 1912: The Sinking of
Johnston Central Library
the Titanic
308,354 visitors - Close to
6,000 a week!
Tuesday, Feb 21st, @ 7pm
192,937 books and other
‘Cavan Town & Old Photographs’ – – Highest ever and up by
Thursday Feb 23rd, @ 7pm
over 10% on 2010.
922 Library Events took
All are welcome & admission is free! Johnston Central Library
Feel like a night in?
maiden voyage passengers included approx 120 Irish, most of whom were Ballyconnell - our busiest
Read ‘The Irish Aboard Titanic’ by
Bailieborough - the


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