Saturday, January 18 2014

  • Capitalize on Your Writing: Strategies for Recognition and Making Money

    Florida Writers Association Workshop for WritersSaturday, January 18 @ 10am
    You might be the greatest writer of all time, but if no one knows you exist that means nothing. In this session, Bob Lucas will share strategies and tips on personal branding and marketing of books from his latest publication, Make Money Writing Books: Proven Profit Making Strategies for Authors. Bob Lucas is an internationally known, award winning author of over thirty books. This program is sponsored by the Ancient City Chapter, Florida Writers Association through a partnership with the Friends of the Library of St. Johns County.

     

  • Teen Coffeehouse

    filmSaturday, January 18 @ 2pm

    Calling all teen artists, poets, and scholars: come share your drawings, sketches, poems, stories...anything. We will meet in the Teen Lounge and share our art and the art of others.  Bring your sketchbooks, journals, and your own coffee mug and we'll fill it with decaf coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or apple cider. Sponsored by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

    Help us create a video to promote teen summer reading!

  • Health, Fitness & Longevity: Simple Tips for 2014

    runnerSaturday, January 18 @ 2 pm

    Be Your Best You in 2014. Will 2014 be the year that you strive confidently to meet your health, lifestyle and fitness challenges? Come join Dr. Brian Pruegger for some uncomplicated methods to realize your goals. This will be an interactive session where participants will sample nutritious drinks and snacks, practice relaxation and breathing techniques and learn simple exercises for any environment.

  • Friends of the Anastasia Island Library Mini Book Sale

    AI FOL BooksaleSaturday, January 18 @ 10am - 3pm
    Do you love books and suffer from an overwhelming desire to read as often as possible? Fulfill your desire and support your local library at the same time. Visit us this Saturday for our sidewalk sale and pick out a book or two or twenty.

     

     

  • Knit Wits Knitting Club for Kids & Teens

    Knit WitsSaturday, January 18 @ 10:30am
    Kids and teens (Age 8-17) are welcome to join our new knitting group, The Knit Wits. Learn to knit, or bring in something you’ve already started, and knit with the group. Please bring your own knitting needles, if you have them.

     

     

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