Tuesday, March 5 @ 10:15 am
Join us for a special "Just for Babies" session, celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday, as we share books by Dr. Seuss! Each child who attends will receive a special sticker.
Tuesday, March 5 @ 11 am
Join us for a special Family Storytime, celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday, as we share books by Dr. Seuss! Each child who attends will receive a special sticker and we will be making a special Dr. Seuss-themed craft.
Tuesday, March 5 @ 6:30 pm
Join Nutrition Expert and Health Coach, Marian Thompson, who will present: "Top 5 Tips for Being Your Best You" including "What's the gluten buzz all about?" Marian, a native of St. Augustine, is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Nutritional Health Coach who teaches people that they have the power to live happy and healthy lives.
Wednesday, March 5th @ 3:30pm
On New Year's Eve, 1940, a twin-engine Wellington bomber was on a training mission out of Lossiemouth, Scotland, when it lost power in one of its engines. The pilot spotted a large waterway below and ditched the plane at Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. Decades later, following several years of deepwater remote sensing investigations, the bomber was raised in September 1985. This free program will trace the history of the British aircraft, its combat missions, the aircraft's recovery and restoration. The speaker will also interpret the airplane's discovery in the context of the search for the legendary "Nessie" during the decades of the 1960s-1980s, the heyday of the quest to understand the "Loch Ness monster" cryptozoological mystery. Presented by Joseph W. Zarzynski, RPA (Register of Professional Archaeologists), an underwater archaeologist who was part of the recovery operation.
Tuesday, April 2 @ 5:30 pm
Join us for a viewing of the 2012 Academy Award winner for the Best Documentary Feature! This is the story of a gifted musician who is poorly received in America but becomes a pop music icon for generations of South Africans. Long rumored to have died by his own hand, a few fans discover the reality of their favorite musician and aid his discovery that his musical dreams did in fact come true. Rated PG-13.
For information and the name of the film, call 209.3730 or email Harold George at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library.