St. Johns Reads Events at the Anastasia Island Branch


Tuesday, Jan. 30 @ 2 PM: FOL Series—Digging Up the Past with Brendan Burke: 
Mr. Burke from the Saint Augustine Lighthouse will be here discussing a shipwreck from the American Revolution here that they have been excavating for years.  Come in to learn more about this fascinating process and the actual wreck as the Anastasia Library’s Kick of Event!

Friday, February 2 @ 1:30 & 3:30 PM:  Kids Art Lab: Cubism
Students will learn some about Cubism and Pablo Picasso.  Cubism was a new and popular art form during the 1910s, bursting onto the scenes to help create the idea of what is now known as modern art.

Thursday, February 8 @ 1 PM: Dead Wake by Erik Larson Book Discussion
Join us for a lively discussion over this year’s St. Johns Read book.  Loved the book?  Come in and share what you love and why?  Didn’t really like it?  Come and share what you think the author could do to improve the read.

Tuesday, February 6 @ 3:30 PMMovie Club –Light Between the Oceans (PG13)

Saturday, February 10 @ 1 PM: Painting Seascapes
Teens and adults (ages 14 and up) can sign up for this FREE watercolor painting class. Our instructor, Kasha Fahy, will be leading students through a class on how to paint a beautiful seascape as part of our month long St. Johns Reads celebrations.  All supplies are paid for by the Friends of the Library.

Tuesday, February 27 @ 2 PM: FOL Lecture Series: Andrew Nagorski – Hitlerland
Mr. Nagorski will be here presenting his book, Hitlerland as the Anastasia Library’s wrap up for St. Johns Reads.  Hitler’s rise to power, Germany’s march to the abyss, as seen through the eyes of Americans—diplomats, military, expats, visiting authors, Olympic athletes—who watched horrified and up close. Hitlerland offers a gripping narrative full of surprising twists—and a startlingly fresh perspective on this heavily dissected era.

Location

Anastasia Island Branch

124 Seagrove Main St St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080