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What’s on in Tog in November: Too Many Events to list in a Header…

November This is what we will be up to in November: Lock Picking: Our lock picking get togethers are on every second Monday, the 12th and 26th November at 7pm. We provide the locks, the tools, and the know-how. Basic lock picking sets are available for purchase. Craft Night, CAD Night: Runs on alternate Wednesdays, […]

What’s on in TOG in October: lock picking, crafting, coding, Science Fiction book club, Wikipedia editing

October A summary of what’s happening in Tog this October: Lock Picking: We have a huge variety of padlocks liberated from the Halfpenny Bridge, we’ll show you how to open them. We also have more esoteric locks, handcuffs, practice locks, and the tools and know-how to pick them. Workshops on Mondays, the 1st, 15th and […]

Everything TOG in September: crafting, coding, lock picking, book club, Culture Night

September Back to school and back to TOG this September… Our members are over in the UK for EMF camp, follow @tog_dublin on twitter for updates on how the camp is going. Lock Picking: Runs on Mondays, the 3rd and 17th of September at 7pm. Come down and try your hand at cracking open tumbler, […]

Book Club on Hiatus

Thanks to those who made it to book club last Friday. It was especially lovely to catch up with some old members over from Germany! But of late attendance has been low as people are away or busy working away on projects. So, for now, there will be no more book club meetups. But don’t […]

February 2015 Book Club

Thank you to all who came to the February book club meeting. (I still can’t believe no-one else enjoyed the book as much as I did!) The next meeting is set for 19:30 Friday 20th March. (Hopefully we’ll enjoy the next book more.) This month’s book is “The Martian” by Andy Weir; Six days ago, astronaut […]

January 2015 Book Club

Thank you for attending this months book club meeting. The next meeting is set for 19:30 Friday 20th February. As we were all so pleased with the short story “The Machine Stops” by E.M. Forster we’ve decided to try it again this month. The book this month is “Player Piano” by Kurt Vonnegut; Kurt Vonnegut’s […]