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Lucan Library


Superquinn Shopping Centre
Newcastle Road
Dublin K78 V295

Tel: +353 1 6216422+353 1 6216422 
Fax: +353 1 6216433

Senior Librarians: Laura Joyce/Caroline Higgins
Library email:

Opening Hours

Closed Saturdays and Mondays of Bank Holiday Weekends

  • Mon: 9.45 - 8.00  
  • Tues: 9.45 - 8.00  
  • Wed: 9.45 - 8.00  
  • Thurs: 9.45 - 8.00
  • Fri: 9.45 - 4.30  
  • Sat: 9.45 - 4.30 


Events and Activities.

Programme of events for the coming month

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Date Title
28/02/2017 - 3:00pm
Story Time (Part of: )
For 3-5 year olds. All welcome.
01/03/2017 - 10:00am
Toddler Time 1/03/17 (Part of: )
Fun, educational joint activity for pre-school children and their parent/guardian who helps their child participate, promoting literacy skills. One-off workshop.Booking essential, from Thursday 23 February, 1.30pm, via www.eventbrite.ie/e/toddler-time-10317-tickets-32126351783You will need your library card with you when booking.
01/03/2017 - 6:30pm
Ideal for anyone currently looking to find work, this is a short workshop for personal reflection to pinpoint the area where confidence building is needed. It’s important to remember that reduced confidence in one area does not necessarily need to affect overall confidence. Trainer and life coach Lisa Denby has worked with people to make positive life changes in a number of areas including confidence building, motivation, communication in relationships and career decisions.Booking essential - now booking, contact the library on 016216422, email: lucan@sdublincoco.ie (please supply phone number) or call in.
04/03/2017 - 10:00am
10 week course for 9-14 year olds to improve their skills. Starting Saturday 28 JanuaryBooking essential, from Thursday 12 January, contact the library on 016216422, email: lucan@sdublincoco.ie giving a phone number or call in.
06/03/2017 - 10:30am
Lucan Knitting Club (Part of: )
All welcome.
06/03/2017 - 7:00pm
Presented by Allen O'Donoghue of www.helpme2parent.ie. Learn how to communicate effectively, set realistic boundaries, and get tips on how to deal with conflict.Now booking, contact the library on 016216422, email: lucan@sdublincoco.ie (please supply phone number) or call in.
07/03/2017 - 3:00pm
Story Time (Part of: )
For 3-5 year olds. All welcome.
07/03/2017 - 3:00pm
Story Time as Gaeilge (Part of: Seachtain na Gaeilge)
Tuesday 7 & 14 March, 3-3.30pmFor 3-5 year oldsFáilte roimh gach páiste, all welcome.

Some Services at Lucan Library

  • Adult Writers’ Group
  • Teen Writers’ Group
  • Adult Book clubs
  • Junior Book club
  • Teen Book club
  • Self Service borrowing and return
  • Exhibitions
  • Lectures
  • Children’s Activities  – Summer, Christmas, Easter, Halloween
  • Children’s art Class
  • Language Classes- Irish, English, French, Spanish
  • 11 Adult PCs – 2 with Scanners
  • 5 Junior PCs – with TTRS software
  • 2 OPACs
  • Online Access to Download Zone
  • Ebooks
  • Special Events

Seachtain na Gaeilge
Ruaille Buaille
Science Month
History and Heritage Month
Children’s Book Festival

  • Wheelchair accessible – lift and automatic doors
  • Loop Hearing System
  • Audio Books
  • Large Print
  • Reference
  • DVDs
  • CDs
  • Young adult collection
  • Adult literacy Section
  • Junior Literacy section
  • Newspapers and Magazines
  • Foreign novels, magazines and newspapers
  • Self service Printing and Photocopying
  • Various application forms
  • Voters Register
  • Community Information Notice board
  • Driver Theory Test CDROM
  • Seminar Room with AV facilities


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A detailed access guide to Lucan Library is available from www.accessdublin.ie.

Map and Directions

The library can be reached using the 25a bus from Woodquay to Superquinn, Newcastle Rd. The 25x from Belfield stops there too.  For routes, timetables and fares information, see the Dublin Bus website.

Lucan Library is a full-time library in the Superquinn Shopping Centre in Lucan. It is situated to the extreme left of the centre, near the Dunnes Stores entrance.

The library was opened to the public in November 2000. It is a bright modern building on the first floor of the Superquinn Shopping Centre and is accessible by lift. It has a large children\'s area and a seminar room which can be booked by local community groups.

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