Just for Babies - Held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 10:15am, through November. For babies up to 15 months and their caregivers. This infant lapsit is designed for one-on-one interaction between caregiver and baby. Families with multiple children are encouraged to attend Family Storytime.
Family Storytime - Held every Tuesday morning at 11am, through November. For children 16 months - 5 years and their families, though no child will be turned away. For more information on system-wide library storytimes, please go here: storytimes.
Tuesday, September 3 @ 10:15am (Just for Babies) & 11am (Family Storytime)
Kick off the fall session of storytimes and celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month with Ms. Anne's favorite stories. Every child with a St. Johns County Public Library card gets a special sticker. Don't have a library card? Now is the perfect time to get one. After Family Storytime, we'll celebrate loving our library by creating chalk-art outside, near Bird Island Park. Join us.
Tuesday, September 3 from 10am - 3pm
Worksource has partnered with the Main Library to offer job seeker services to the public. We're happy to help with registration in EmployFlorida.com, online job searching, resume assistance, interview coaching, referrals to other agencies, Worksource staff assistance, and more. We want you to get the job of your dreams. Click here for more information about Worksource.
Just for Babies: Tuesdays @ 11:05am
Just for Babies meets every Tuesday through November. Bring your child to play, socialize and learn with others their age. For children birth to 15 months and their caregiver. We look forward to seeing you. For more information on storytimes at other branches click here.
Tuesday, September 3 @ 6pm
Teens, are you looking for something different to do tonight? We're showing a popular anime movie on our big screen. Refreshments will be provided.
Tuesday, September 3 @ 6:30pm
Join us as we start off a new season of the International Affairs discussion group. This time around, we're reading books in chronological order about modern events that changed the world. We're starting off with the Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles in Margaret MacMillan's Paris 1919. Read the book and join us for a rousing discussion, moderated by Joseph Warner, retired U.S. diplomat and present adjunct professor of Geography and International Relations at Florida State College at Jacksonville.