Anastasia Island Branch

Summer Reading Event: Where the Wild Things Are

Where the wild things areWednesday, July 30 @ 2:30pm
Help us celebrate the end of Summer Reading with the ever popular, Wild Thing from Where the Wild Things Are. We'll be making some wild crafts and mini jungles with the Garden Club of St. Augustine, while eating some snacks. Be sure to bring your cameras. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library and Garden Club of St. Augustine.


It Came From Outer Space Teen Event

It Came From Outer SpaceFriday, June 27 @ 1pm
What is that thing?! Shrinky dinks and lava lamps? Teens, come to the library for an out of this world program of cool crafts, yummy pizza, and a movie to entertain you on this hot, summer day. Call the library at 209-3730 for movie choices (all are rated PG or PG13.) This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.


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.


Science of Making Great Iced Tea

Science of Great Iced TeaSaturday, June 21 @ 2pm
Baby, it's hot outside! It's the perfect weather for the official drink of June: Iced Tea. Making iced tea is simple but making great iced tea is another matter. It takes more than simply boiling water and dropping in a couple of tea bags. Joa Jane from Lah-Tea-Dah! will be on hand to share the art and science behind making great iced tea. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy some refreshing samples as we celebrate National Iced Tea Month. This free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.


Kids Shadow Puppet Theater

Shadow Puppet TheaterFriday, June 20 @ 3:30pm
Families are invited to the library to enjoy an ancient form of storytelling and puppetry. We'll be performing two popular childrens book stories for all to enjoy.



Tween & Teen Craft: Paper Minecraft Monsters

Minecraft Paper MonstersThursday, June 19 @ 3pm
Are you a Minecraft fan? Tweens and teens can come into the library to make some paper toy monsters. Create monsters that look like something right out of a Minecraft or Roblox game.



Science Behind Taking Great Photographs

Science Behind Taking Great PhotosSaturday, June 14 @ 2pm
Great photographs are created through a technique that applies artistic design within a medium that relies on technical precision. Local artist and lifelong photographer, Tom Tibbitts, will help you take your photos to a new level. Come learn the science behind artistic design, elements of light exposure, contrast, depth, composition’s rule of thirds, or Fibonacci’s Ratio as the Golden Mean. The science behind great photographs is the ability to know the rules, when to follow them, and when to break them.


Anastasia Island Book Club

Stolen LivesThursday, June 12 @ 6:45pm
Join us in this month's book club by reading Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail by Malika Oufkir. Malika spent most of her childhood and adolescence in the court harem, surrounded by luxury and privilege. In 1972, her father was executed after an attempt to assassinate the king. Malika, her five brothers and sisters, and her mother were immediately imprisoned in a desert penal colony. After twenty years, the Oufkir children managed to dig a tunnel with their bare hands and make an audacious escape. Reserve it. All are welcome to join.


CPR for Parents & Caretakers

CPR for caretakersSaturday, June 7 @ 2pm
Parents and caretakers are invited to the library to participate in a CPR program. Modern Woodmen will be at the library teaching basic CPR and first aid for children. If you work with children, or are a parent and have never learned basic CPR techniques, you can't afford to miss this free program.



Summer Reading Event: Dog Circus

Dog CircusWednesday, June 18 @ 2:30pm & 3:30pm
Come to the library to see some amazing dog tricks, learn some dog training and safety tips from our local experts Silke, Julie, and some special K-9 friends. To ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the program, there will be 90 tickets available 1 hour before each show. Children of all ages may attend; please be aware, however, that the Summer Reading Programs are designed for the school-age child. 


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