Wednesday, June 25 2014

  • Family Game Time

    Family Board Game NightWednesday, June 25 from 3pm - 6pm
    Every 4th Wednesday of the month, the whole family is invited to the library to play board games, including Monopoly, Connect Four, Candy Land, Scrabble, Chutes & Ladders, Uno, and many more. Simply use your library card, or driver's license, to check out the games. All board games - including our new ones (Trivial Pursuit Family Edition, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Don't Drop the Egg, Super Mario Brothers Checkers, and Apples to Apples Disney Edition) are provided by the Friends of the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library.

     

  • Summer Family Film Series

    Wednesday June 25 @ 2pm
    Every Wednesday at Main, you can beat the heat with a family film. Free organic popcorn will be available courtesy of Diane's Natural Food Store. Today's film is rated PG and explores the wild creations possible using simple building blocks.  These blocks come alive and engage in some zany adventures sure to entertain both kids and adults alike.

     

  • Summer Gaming Sessions

    Wednesday June 25 @ 3:30pm
    Hey kids, the Main Library hosts video gaming sessions on a variety of consoles on Wednesdays from 3:30pm until 5pm. Challenge your friends on our Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, and Playstation 3 gaming systems. Games are free play and we ensure everyone gets a turn. All games are rated E or T.

     

  • Summer Reading Event: Musician Tom Santoni

    Tom SantoniWednesday, June 25 @ 10 am

    Learn about the science of music with musician Tom Santoni. Children will explore how we hear, why some musical instruments are louder or lower-pitched than others, the physics of frequencies and vibrations, how music affects our brains and why we sound better when we sing in the shower. Please note: This event will be held in the Hastings Recreation Center gym at 400 E. Harris St. Please wear rubber-soled shoes. Don't forget to stop by the library to pick up your summer reading log.

     

  • Little Ones Storytime

    ipadWednesday, June 25 @ 10:15am

    Meet Duffy the Storytime Bear around the parachute every Wednesday for quality time with your baby or toddler. Enjoy songs, stories, fingerplays, games, and so much more during this lapsit program.  Want time to socialize?  Stick around for the all new Duffy's Stay and Play, where parents and caregivers can chat and little ones can enjoy free play.

     

  • Duffy's Stay and Play

    legosWednesday, June 25 @ 10:45am

    Blocks and shaky eggs and building bricks galore!  Stay after Little Ones Storytime for some time to socialize.  Parents and caregivers can chat and little ones can enjoy free play.

     

  • Family Storytime

    girlsWednesday, June 25 @ 11am

    "Shake It Up" every Wednesday during a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts! We'll be using our eyes & ears to learn about senses! This program is geared toward a wide range of ages including families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged children.

     

  • Summer Reading Event: The Science of Music

    flypWednesday, June 25 @ 2pm

    Fizz Boom Read!  Learn about the science of music with some hands-on learning, science experiments, and a make and take project.  This science program is for kids in grades 2 and up.  All supplies will be provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

     

     

  • My Gym Family Storytime

    BT StorytimesMy Gym Family Storytime:  Wednesday @ 10:15am
    Welcome to a fun, active, exciting special storytime with the My Gym crew. We look forward to seeing all of you. For more information on storytimes at other branches click here.

     

     

  • STAND Against Bullying with Mark Alan

    mark alanWednesday, June 25 @ 3pm

    Magician Mark Alan deals with a serious topic in a fun manner using comedy, magic, ventriloquism, musical routines, and lots of interaction to help give kids the tools to take a stand against bullying. This 45-minute program is intended for elementary-age children, but is fun for all. This program is made possible by the Barbara A. Kay Foundation.  

     

  • Summer Reading Event: Be Your Own Mad Scientist

    Make Your Own VolcanoWednesday, June 25 @ 2:30pm
    Volcanoes... what can be more exciting than watching a volcano blow up?!! Kids, come to the library to make your very own volcano. Ms. Gina will be here teaching kids all about volcanoes and even how to make their very own exploding mini volcano. Children of all ages may attend; please be aware, however, that the Summer Reading Programs are designed for the school-age child. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.

     

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