Thursday, November 21 2013

  • Storytimes @ Main Library

    Weekly Storytimes @ Main LibraryEvery Thursday in November
    We invite you to join us each week for all the laughs of storytime. We'll share some of our favorite books, sing songs, play music, tell interactive stories, make crafts, and have lots of fun.
    Baby Time 10:15am:
    A gentle lapsit program with action rhymes, fingerplays, and first books for babies. For pre-walkers only, please.
    Toddler Time 11am:
    We'll sing, we'll dance, and share our excitement for books and learning at the library. Don't be shy and bring your dancing shoes.
    Preschool Storytime 11:30am:
    "Big Kids" get a storytime of their own, including longer stories, a variety of early literacy concepts, listening, and pre-classroom skills. Perfect for 3-5 year olds.


  • Adult BINGO for Books

    BINGO for BooksThursday, November 21 @ 3:30pm
    Do you love free books and playing B-I-N-G-O? Come on out to the library, make new friends or bring old friends along, and win adult fiction and non-fiction books. Everyone is guaranteed to go home with at least one book. Book prizes are generously donated by the Friends of the Library of St. Johns County. Everyone is welcome and it's free.

     

  • MAIN-iac Science Lab

    MAIN-iac Science LabThursday, November 21 @ 4pm
    Join us after school for a hands-on, minds-on science program and work closely with our very own mad scientists from the Children's Department. Explore a variety of science topics through fun experiments, activities, and lively discussions. All materials for experiments are provided. If you can't make it to the science lab, check out our amazing science project books.

     

  • Computer Classes

    computer classThursday, November 21 @ 10am
    We offer group and one-on-one instruction on computers, whether you need to learn the basics or need help with something specific. Call 827-6970 to enroll in a class or schedule an appointment.

     

  • Adult Book Club: Police Procedurals

    Thursday, November 21 @ 10am
    typewriterIn the 1940's, stories presented from the police perspective were gritty and realistic. Inevitably, crime fiction made the transition to television. Pulitzer Prize winner Sidney Kingsley wrote the Broadway Play Detective Story, considered a benchmark in the development of the genre. Hillary Waugh, John Creasy, and Ed McBain, considered the most successful of the early police procedurals authors, virtually define the form.

     

  • Crochet and Knitting Classes

    crochet squaresThursday, November 21 @ 1pm
    Would you like to learn to knit or crochet, or are you stuck on a project and need some help? Whether you are a beginner or more advanced, join us.

     

  • Southeast Book Club: Gone Girl

    Gone GirlThursday, November 21 @ 6:45pm

    "Marriage can be a real killer." New York Times bestselling author, Gillian Flynn, takes that statement to its darkest place in this unputdownable masterpiece about a marriage gone terribly, terribly wrong. New members are always welcome.

     

Add to calendar
logo
www.flickr.com
SJCPLS Catalog Search

 
Search SJCPLS
Ebooks!
eAudiobooks!
«  
  »
S M T W T F S
 
 
1
 
2
 
3
 
4
 
5
 
6
 
7
 
8
 
9
 
10
 
11
 
12
 
13
 
14
 
15
 
16
 
17
 
18
 
19
 
20
 
21
 
22
 
23
 
24
 
25
 
26
 
27
 
28
 
29
 
30
 
 
 
 
Add to calendar