Main Library

Columbia Community Harvest Fundraiser

Columbia Community HarvestThe Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine are very pleased to announce that Columbia Restaurant has selected us to participate in their 17th Community Harvest Program. During September the restaurant will donate 5% of selected meal checks to us.  Enjoy a delicious meal, select Friends of the Library on the ballot presented at the end of your meal and you're supporting your library!

 

How Not To Kill Your Plants

How Not To Kill Your PlantsMonday, September 29 @ 2pm

Wondering what plants will best survive a winter freeze? Want to liven up your yard this Fall? Come to this free program to learn how to choose and maintain native plants and how to help them thrive. Plants will be available for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine. Seating is limited and registration is required. Call the library at 827-6940 for more information and reserve a seat.

 

Stress Relieving Stretches

Stress-Relieving StretchesFriday, September 26 @ 10:30am

This free class emphasizes stretching, coordination of breath with movement, and attention to alignment. The class is designed to create breath awareness, enhance balance, and increase flexibility. Stretching is great for those who are experiencing joint sensitivity, or overall stiffness. Wear loose clothing, bring a towel & mat. Presented by yoga instructor, Gina Mercado.

 

J.A.A.M. (Japanese Anime At Main)

JAAMMonday, September 22 @ 5pm

Do you love watching anime or reading manga? Tweens, teens, and young twenty-somethings are invited to the monthly meeting of our anime club, where you can meet others with similar interests. Feel free to wear a costume if you’d like and come "JAAM" with us. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine.

 

Brown Bag Lunch: Rosamond Parrish

Friends of the Main Library St. AugustineWednesday, September 17 @ 12:30pm

Lincolnville's complicated history and artistic heritage will be the topic of Rosamond Parrish's captivating talk that features vivid images and anecdotes from her book Lincolnville. In addition to hearing how this fascinating neighborhood was the storied center of Civil Rights Movement activity 50 years ago, listeners will learn about current and past artists who've done paintings of Lincolnville landmarks and the folk art that's now part of the local scene. At this program, Parrish will sell her books and donate a percentage of those sales to the library. For more information, email Friends president Toni Siriani at Toni825@hotmail.com or call the library at 827-6940.

 

After School Gaming

Thursday, September 25 @ 3pm

Join us every second and fourth Thursday in the large meeting room for after school gaming. Challenge your friends on our Wii, Playstation 3, Xbox and Xbox 360 game sessions. For ages 6-16. Everyone gets a chance to play.

 

After School Gaming

gamersThursday September 11 @ 3pm
Join us every second and fourth Thursday in the large meeting room for after school gaming. Challenge your friends on our Wii, Playstation 3, Xbox and Xbox 360 game sessions. For ages 6-16. Everyone gets a chance to play.

 

Toddler Time

Thursday, September 25 @ 11am
Toddler Time is a story time program designed for children ages 1-3 years of age.  Join Mr. Andy and Mrs. Marcia in The Large Meeting Room for singing, dancing, and stories. There are two Toddler Times each Thursday. The first one is at 11am with a repeat performance at 11:30am. If you can't make one then try the other. See you there.

 

Toddler Time

Thursday, September 18 @ 11am

Toddler Time is a story time program designed for children ages 1-3 years of age.  Join Mr. Andy and Mrs. Marcia in The Large Meeting Room for singing, dancing, and stories. There are two Toddler Times each Thursday. The first one is at 11am with a repeat performance at 11:30am. If you can't make one then try the other. See you there.

 

Foreclosure Prevention Workshop

Foreclosure PreventionMonday, September 15 @ 1pm

Are you behind on your mortgage or struggling to make your housing payments? This informative workshop presented by the St. Johns Housing Partnership will explain available government programs and how they can help. St. Johns Housing Partnership is a HUD approved, non-profit agency located in St. Johns County. Call 819-1266 to reserve your seat.

 

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