Anastasia Island Branch
Wednesday, January 28 @ 2:30pm
Did you know there are different types of snow?! Have you ever played in snow? Kids (Ages 4-11) can come into the library to learn a little about snow and then play with some of our own homemade snow. We will have glittery, slushy snow, fun moldable snow, and more.
Thursday, January 22 @ 2pm
Join local chef and cookbook author, Warren Caterson, as he shares dozens of kitchen tips, cooking hints, and humorous anecdotes about the joys and challenges of cooking for two. Warren will end the presentation with a cooking demonstration, preparing a healthy entrée that anyone can replicate in their own home.
Tuesday, January 20 @ 11am
This is a guiding program for mass marketing and advertising. Learn how to assess your business potential, create a marketing strategy, build a recognizable brand, and much more. Presented by marketing communications consultant, Peter Ancone.
Friday, January 16 @ 2pm
Come join us for our very first Author Book Club. This month's author is Pat Conroy. Read any book by Pat Conroy and come in ready to discuss that book with the group. What are your favorite things about this author? Why do you follow this author? Do you have an author you'd like us to discuss? Come in and take part in our newest group.
Saturday, January 17 @ 12pm
Would you like to take back your health and discover the power of positive living? Join special guest, Gina Marie, as she shares the amazing health benefits of juicing. Enjoy yummy juice samples while learning tips and advice on how to begin juicing.
Thursday, January 15 @ 2pm
Seniors and adults, discover art through the Library and its resources. Those who have never held a paintbrush, mixed colors, or created a personal masterpiece will have the opportunity to do so completely free of charge. This 4-hour workshop will include a light lunch and is sponsored by the St. Johns Cultural Council, the State of the Arts License Plate Program, and the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library. Interested artists should call the library at 209-3730 to sign up for the workshop.
Wednesday, January 14 @ 2:30pm
Kids can come into the library to visit with our friends from the St. Augustine Alligator Farm. Learn key characteristics that make animals similar to and different from each other. Students will examine several different classes of animals and learn what traits set them apart. Sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.
Thursday, January 8 @ 6:30pm
Join us in this month's book club by reading Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. A young boy in New York City, Theo Decker, miraculously survives an accident that takes the life of his mother. Alone and abandoned by his father, Theo is taken in by a friend's family and struggles to make sense of his new life. In the years that follow, he becomes entranced by one of the few things that reminds him of his mother: a small, mysteriously captivating painting that ultimately draws Theo into the art underworld. Reserve it!
Tuesdays, January 13, 20 & 27 @ 5:30pm
This free course, which will be developed over three sessions, will reveal what is necessary for people to become more emotionally comfortable than they are now. It will reveal a never-before recognized dimension of interpersonal communication that has a far greater curative potential for emotional problems than either "good advice" or the dream. It will present the hidden psycho-dynamics of bullying, suicide, murder and senseless mass killings. Please call the library at 209-3730 to sign up for this three-part seminar. Participants will benefit most by coming to all three sessions.
Thursday, January 8 @ 4:30pm
Modern day slavery is a huge human rights problem. According to the United Nations, over 27 million people in the world are enslaved. Please join us for an eye-opening seminar presented by St. Augustine resident Sarah Symons, founder of Made by Survivors, an international charity helping survivors of human trafficking and slavery to rebuild their lives with education, employment, and entrepreneurship.