Dublin City Council announces new book market in St. Patrick’s Park

GARY IBBOTSON 10 SEP 2021 –  dublinpeople.com


The market, known as ‘Books and Browsables’ will begin on Sunday, September 12 and will operate in the park every Sunday from 11am – 4pm.

Speaking ahead of the launch of the Books and Browsables Market, Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Alison Gilliland said: “I am delighted to launch the Books and Browsables Market.

“Storytelling is one of our richest traditions and this market will be a celebration of all things literary.

“Between the wide selection of books and the array of curiosities on offer, I have no doubt this market will be drawing people in from near and far.

“As one of our city’s most captivating green spaces, I can think of no better home for this market than St. Patrick’s Park, so make sure to come along and explore the park and its brand new market from this Sunday onwards.”

This initiative is part of a wider programme led by the Office of City Recovery.

The new market will give the public an opportunity to explore a large selection of both new and second-hand books and will include self-published titles, as well as those from small, independent publishers.

In addition to books, “there will be …..