Tuesday, October 6 @ 6pm
Teens, you'd better brush up on your Smash Bros. skills! Our first tournament of the season is Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U. We'll project it on a huge screen for the best view. Compete for a gift card provided by the Friends of the Library.
Wii U and all games also provided by the Friends of the Library!
Saturday, October 31 @ 11am
Get your Halloween started off right! Come trick-or-treating at the Southeast Library with local businesses. Try your luck in a huge obstacle bounce house provided by All American Martial Arts.
Make sure to stop inside the library while you're at it for our Spooktacular Saturday Carnival!
Saturday, October 17 @ 11am
Boo! Join us for a free-for-all crafting program for kids of all ages. Use supplies provided by the Friends of the Library and create your own ghosts, mummies, monsters, and more!
Saturday, October 24 @ 2pm
LEGOs? Robots? That's right! Kids ages 10+ can learn programming and robotics while playing with legos at the library! Our Kids STEM Club has expanded thanks to the Barbara A. Kay Grant to include LEGO Mindstorm EV3 kits.
Register soon--spots fill up quickly! Call the library at 827-6900 to register for this free program.
Thursday, October 29 @ 4pm
Kids and their families are invited to experience music like never before! In this exclusive program, kids will get a close-up look at the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's string trio while learning about their instruments and music.
This program is provided by the Barbara A. Kay Grant, which seeks to provide meaningful experiences for the children of St. Johns County.
Tuesday, October 13 @ 6:30pm
Join Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah in their jammies for bedtime stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.
Don't forget to wear your pajamas and bring your favorite bedtime buddy! This program is designed for children who can sit for longer picture books, but all are welcome for our craft and playtime.
Saturday, October 3 @ 2:30pm
Bullying is an epidemic, and St. Johns County isn't immune. Tweens, teens, and their parents are invited to a new anti-bullying program developed by local martial artist and former police officer Mr. Jim, owner of All American Martial Arts. Learn about the signs of bullying in our digital age and what you can do about it.