Thursday, May 7 @ 4pm
Settle your mind and body as you sit in still quietness. This new group, led by Irene Flynn, is ideal for those interested in initial instruction as well as those looking for a group to sit with in a peaceful setting. Chairs are available for those who are not able to floor sit; otherwise, please bring your own cushion.
Monday, May 4 @ 12:30pm
Are you interested in an activity that connects the mind and body? Yoga instructor, Kim McWilliams, guides participants through yoga today at 12:30pm and all are welcome to join. Her classical yoga style focuses on proper alignment and core strength, with a focus on safety. We encourage you to bring your own water and yoga mat or towel to use during this free one-hour class. Note: it is advised to not practice yoga with a full stomach.
Saturday, May 30 @ 11am
Come explore and test out our DIY sensory stations for toddlers and preschool-aged children. Take home resources on how to create your own using inexpensive materials!
Saturday, May 9 from 11am-4pm
Come in for our first annual library popular culture convention! Celebrate comics, graphic novels, superheroes, and more when you take part in panels, learn about cosplay & comics, play video games, watch movies, and do lots of crafts. It's a family affair for ALL ages! A Children's Book Week Event.
12pm- Graphic Novel Workshop with Author Andre Frattino
1pm- Cosplay 101 with Summer Jones
2pm- Introduction to Tabletop Gaming with D20 GameSpot
Tuesday, May 12 @ 6pm
Join us for the latest in our Teen Cooking series. Did you know May is National Hamburger Month? Come learn how to make beef and vegetarian burgers with a toppings bar, sponsored by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. Please register for this free program by calling the library at 827-6900.
Saturday, May 30 @ 2pm
Teens are invited to the Southeast Library to play our new Wii U, provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library! Bring your preferred controllers (optional) and have fun gaming on the big screen!
Saturday, May 16 @ 11am
Come into our Art Lab for projects perfectly fit for little hands, accompanied by a story. Art history can be explored at any age! This program is designed for toddlers and little ones and sponsored by the State of the Arts grant from the St. Johns Cultural Council.
Saturday, May 23 @ 2pm
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. We do it all in Southeast's brand new STEM Club. Kids in grades 2 to 5 are invited to join special guests from the Sylvan Learning Center to learn about robotics--then create your own! Space is limited, please call the library at 827-6900 to register for this free program.
Saturday, May 23 @ 11am
Beginning readers are invited to practice their reading skills when they read to a real, live therapy dog! Don't forget to bring your Read to Rover Frequent Reader Card.