An exhibition that chronicles the revival of the Irish language will go on public display at Cahirsiveen Library from today.
Athbheochan na Gaeilge & 1916 was developed by Conradh na Gaeilge and consists of 13 story boards that tell the story of the Gaelic Revolution in Ireland and the revival of the Irish language since the Great Famine.
It will be on display at Cahirsiveen Library from today until February 7th.
From there, the exhibition will move to the Sea Lodge Hotel in Waterville to coincide with the Éigse na Brídeoige Festival.
The display was purchased by Kerry County Council last year and will go on display around the county as part of the 2016 Centenary Commemorations.