The Library Project in Temple Bar turns four this October, and a big evening is planned to celebrate this special anniversary.

The Library Project Fourth Anniversary celebrations takes place at 6pm on Thursday, the 1st of October, and we are promised an evening of good times with plenty to celebrate and remember. There will also be plenty of surprises, including book giveaways, video projections, music, food, and much more!

The main event of the evening will be an amazing raffle of top books and prints. Raffle prizes include a signed print by Roger Ballen, Eamonn Doyle’s latest book (numbered and signed), a Paul Gaffney print which was kindly donated for the event, and a Ciarán Óg Arnold print.

The Library Project in Temple Bar 4th Birthday poster
To be eligible for the raffle, you just need to buy one or more raffle tickets priced at €5 each. The raffle ticket also allows you entry to the event itself. These may be purchased online or at the door on the night. And of course, the more tickets you buy, the better your chance of winning one of those sweet raffle prizes. Prizes aside, you will also be supporting the future of The Library Project, which is a good thing in and of itself.

As part of the celebrations, you also have the chance to book one of four private tables upstairs in The Library Project mezzanine area, for up to four people per table, to enjoy a bottle of red or white on the house, and a selection of freshly prepared tapas. The tables cost €80 which also includes five raffle tickets. There are two sittings, from 6-7pm, and 7-8pm.

Interior of The Library Project in Temple Bar
Mezzanine floor of The Library Project Dublin
If you can’t make it to the event, fear not — you can still support this great project by purchasing a ticket (or tickets), and the guys will get back to you with the raffle results!

So, Happy 4th Birthday to The Library Project, and see you all on the big night!

The Library Project 4th birthday
The Library Project
Temple Bar
Dublin 2

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