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In China, kites were flown to thank the gods for a good harvest or to bring good luck. Learn how to make a beautiful kite using traditional materials and designs.


To celebrate Chinese New Year, Dublin City Council have a whole host of activities lined-up for the whole family. On the 24th, 26th and 28th February in libraries all across Dublin, there children will get to learn how to make Chinese Kites and Fans.


Taking place at Ballyfermot, Coolock and Pearse Street Library at 2:30pm, the following event is facilitated in partnership with the Chester Beatty Library. 


Times and dates:

Tuesday, 24th February at 10:30am in Coolock Library 

Thursday, 26th February at 10.15am in Ballyfermot Library 

Saturday, 28th February at 2.30pm in Pearse Street Library


Booking is essential as places are limited.



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