Wednesday, March 5 @ 5pm
Teens (Ages 13-18) are invited to have fun with friends at the library. Play "E" and "T"-rated games on our PlayStation 3 (with the new Move), our new Nintendo WiiU, Nintendo Wii, or X-Box 360 (with the new Kinect) set up on three TVs for simultaneous playing. Snacks are provided. This event is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library and our friends at Sony. Call the library at 827-6950 for more details.
Wednesday, March 5 @ 6:30pm
Join Rob Fumanti, CEO of Academy Tutoring, for a free informational session for parents and students on SAT and ACT testing. Find out which to take, when to take them, and scoring. Registration is limited. Register by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Wednesday, March 5 @ 10:30am
Join Miss Kristine and Miss Alex every Wednesday for quality time with your baby or toddler. Enjoy songs, stories, fingerplays, games, and so much more during this lapsit program. Duffy the Storytime Bear is looking forward to meeting you under the parachute. Older siblings are welcome to stick around for Family Storytime right after.
We'll be learning to count this spring. Can you count to nine?
Wednesday, March 5 @ 11am
Join Miss Kristine and Miss Alex every Wednesday for a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts. This program is geared toward a wide range of ages, including families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged children.
It's dinnertime. We'll read stories about picky eaters, favorite foods, and not-so-favorite foods.
Wednesday, March 5 @ 3pm
It's an early release day, so grab your friends and join us for a movie at 3pm. Please contact us at 827-6960 to find out what we're showing this week on our big screen. Snacks are provided; bring your own drinks.
Wednesday, March 5 @ 4pm
The library is a great place to get your volunteer hours. Orientation is mandatory and counts as your first service hour. Class size is limited; please call 827-6960 for registration information.
Wednesday, March 5 @ 3:30pm
On New Year's Eve, 1940, a twin-engine Wellington bomber, a veteran of 14 combat missions over enemy territory in Europe, 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 and its missions, tell about the sunken aircraft's recovery and restoration, and interpret the airplane's discovery in the context of the search for the legendary "Nessie". Presented by Joseph W. Zarzynski, RPA (Register of Professional Archaeologists), an underwater archaeologist who was part of the recovery operation.
Tuesday, March 4 @ 5:30pm
Each month we show a different film for our club. All adults are welcome. Please call for the name of this month's film, call the library at 209-3730.