Wednesday, August 7 @ 5pm
All 13 - 18 year-olds are invited to have fun with your friends at the library and play "E" and "T"-rated games on our PlayStation 3 (with the new Move), Nintendo Wii, and X-Box 360 (with the new Kinect) set up on three TVs for simultaneous playing. Snacks will be served. This event is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library and our friends at Sony. Call 827-6950 for more details.
Wednesday, August 7 @ 10am
Come take a drive on the information superhighway with Mr. Bob. No seatbelt required. Please call the Main Library at 827-6940 to sign up for this great beginner's class.
Wednesday, August 7 @ 1:30pm
Teens, join us for gaming on the Xbox, PlayStation or Wii, play board games, paint, or just hang out with your friends in a fun, friendly environment. Guitars and a keyboard are available if you feel like getting musical.
Wednesday, August 7 @ 3pm
Bring in your family to meet Captain William Mayhem from the St. Augustine Pirate Museum and be mystified by his magical pirate talents. See some cool pirate artifacts during this hour long Pirate adventure show. This very special Viva Florida 500 program is sponsored by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.
Wednesday, August 7 @ 4pm
Check or Checkmate? Do you play chess? Do you want to learn how to play chess? Wondering what the terms pins, ranks and skittles mean? If you're in 5th through 12th grades, and would like to be part of a chess club, we have the right one for you.
Wednesday, August 7 @ 11am
Bring in your family to meet Captain William Mayhem (from the Pirate Museum) and be mystified by his magical pirate talents. See some cool pirate artifacts during this hour long pirate adventure show. This very special Viva Florida 500 and Summer Reading Wrap up program is sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library. To ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the program, there will be 95 tickets available 1 hour before each show. Children of all ages may attend; please be aware, however, that the Summer Reading Programs are geared toward the school-age child.