Anastasia Island Branch

Storytimes @ Anastasia Island Library!

AI StorytimesBaby/Toddler Time: Wednesdays @ 10:15am
Little Ones Craft Time: Wednesdays @ 10:45am
Preschool Storytime: Wednesdays @ 11:05am

Storytimes run through April 29.
Baby & Toddler storytimes are for children up to 18 months of age. Craft time is open to all children and focuses on teaching scissor, glue, and coloring skills. Preschool storytimes are open to any child who can sit for longer stories and participate in active songs, counting and colors in Spanish. Come for songs, stories, and fun. Baby/Spanish storytime consists of lap-sit rhymes, songs, and stories in both English and Spanish. We look forward to seeing you. 


You and Your Best “Four Legged” Friend

Best FriendsSaturday, March 28 @ 2pm
Our special guest will be Silke Royer from My Pet Camp located in St. Augustine, Florida. Silke will discuss how to create a healthy and well-balanced relationship with your dog. From good communication skills to fun games and activities you can share with your dog, she will also share some insights on creating a positive environment for your dog to ensure he/she will fit in well within our human social structure.  This program is open to the public.  Please No Dogs. For more information about Silke and My Pet Camp visit: For more information about the program contact Julie at: (904) 471-5579 


Author Book Club: Les Standiford

Author Book ClubFriday, February  20 @ 2pm

Come join us for our Author Book Club. This month's author is Les Standiford. Read any book by Les Standiford 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. Author will not be present, this is simply a discussion group.


Kids Event: Indigenous Crafts

Kids & Tween Crafting EventWednesday, February 25 @ 2:30pm

Kids and tweens can come into the library to create some crafts that trace their roots back to the Aborigines and Native Americans. There will be painting, weaving, and lots of imagination needed for this free program. Sponsored by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.


Aromatherapy 101

Healthy LivingSaturday, February 21 @ 2pm

Do you feel tired? Do you hurt most of the time? Does it sometimes feel like your health problems control you? Find the energy to do the things that matter to you, and put the life back in your life. Join us to learn how essential oils can make an impact on your health, and help you feel more positive about life. This aromatic, uplifting program will cover using essential oils in new ways and audience members will have an opportunity to experience the aromas of therapeutic essential oils.


Memory Enhancement Presentation

Memory EnhancementFriday, February 27 @ 11am

In this free presentation from the Council on Aging, you will learn: information about aging, simple strategies to give your brain a boost, and research-based tips & techniques for improved brain and body function. For more information, please call Michele Sanchez at 729-9535.



Animal Training with The Science of Behavior

Dog ProgramThursday, February 26 @ 5pm

Be A Pack Leader Dog Walking Club will host a canine education program with special guest, Professional Animal Behaviorist, Courtney Keppen, from Pro Pet Train. Courtney believes in training pet owners to train and communicate with their pets through the science of behavior: positive reinforcement and empowering the animal to make their own correct decisions. There will also be a training demonstration with Bandito the African Grey Parrot. For information about the program contact Julie at 471-5579 or email  Please, do not bring your dog to the class.



St. Johns Reads: Mr. Flager's St. Augustine

Mr. Flagler's St. AugustineTuesday, February 24 @ 2pm

Thomas Graham, professor emeritus of history at Flagler College, will discuss his latest book, Mr. Flagler’s St. Augustine. This work traces oil magnate Henry M. Flagler’s quest to transform the nation’s Oldest City into a highly desirable vacation destination for the rich, eventually expanding his coastal empire to encompass Palm Beach, Miami, Key West, and, finally, Nassau. Join us as Graham brings fascinating details of the Gilded Age to life. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.


St. Johns Reads Event: Flagler's Train Documentary Viewing

Last Train to ParadiseSaturday, February 21 @ 2pm

Flagler's Train: The Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad is a one-hour documentary, produced by WPBT2, which chronicles the imagination and achievements of Henry Morrison Flagler, who spearheaded the development of the over-seas railway connecting Key West to the existing Florida East Coast Railway. Enjoy refreshments courtesy of the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library while you watch.


New Release Family Movie Event

Here Be MonstersFriday, February 20 @ 3:30pm

(PG) Come into the library to see this book to film adaptation of Here Be Monsters by Alan Snow. A young orphaned boy, raised by underground cave-dwelling trash collectors, tries to save his friends from an evil exterminator. Call the library at 209-3730 for movie title. Light snacks are provided by the Friends of the Anastasia Island Branch Library.


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