Bartram Trail Branch
Thursday, March 14 @ 6:30 pm
Are you a teen who loves graphic novels? Ever thought of creating one yourself? All middle school and high school students are invited to celebrate Teen Tech Week with Andre Frattino, local author of two graphic novels for teens, The Reaper of St. George Street and Lost Souls of Savannah, featuring teen ghost hunters from St. Augustine! Andre will show you what it takes to become a graphic novel author with opportunities to create your own art if you wish. All teen graphic novel enthusiasts are encouraged to participate in this hands-on workshop. Please call the Library at 827-6960 with any questions and learn more about Andre on his website - this workshop is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Bartram Trail Branch Library.
Toddler Storytime: Wednesdays @ 10:10 am
Preschool Storytime: Wednesdays @ 11 am
Storytimes are every Wednesday January 2nd - April 24th. Toddler storytimes are geared for children 15 months to 3 years and their caregivers, but is open to all ages. (Program is approximately 20 minutes.) Preschool storytimes are for children ages 3 to 5 years. Children are encouraged to attend independently. Caregivers may stay in the room or close by in the library. Includes music, stories, and classroom-type interaction. (Program is 25-30 minutes.) We look forward to seeing you all!! For more information on storytimes at other branches click here.
Just for Babies: Tuesdays @ 11:05am
Just for Babies is every Tuesday January 8th - April 30th. Bring your child to play, socialize and learn with others their age. For children birth to 15 months and their caregiver. We look forward to seeing you all. For more information on storytimes at other branches click here.
Wednesday, February 20 @ 10:10 am and 11 am
Join us during our regular storytimes for extra special mystery themed storytimes! You can take home a super secret craft to make!!
Wednesday, October 9 @ 4:30pm
Check or Checkmate? Do you play chess or are you interesting in learning? 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, February 20 @ 3 pm
If you like art and you're in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade, come to the Bartram Trail Library on Wednesday at 3 pm where we'll be looking at actual paintings created by the Florida Highwaymen. Did you know that there were 26 self-taught artists and that their works are an important part of Florida's history? You'll leave with your own art project inspired by the art of the Highwaymen!
Saturday, February 9 @ 2 pm
Looking for fun for the whole family? Come on in and play Bingo for Books from 2 to 3 pm today. Everyone is guaranteed to go home with at least one free book. Books are generously donated by the Friends of the Bartram Trail Branch Library!
Saturday, February 23 @ 2 pm
Not only do black sheep in the family tree add some excitement, they also tend to leave a paper trail. Certified genealogist, C. Ann Staley, will show us how to identify what types of court records might be associated with our ancestral criminal masterminds and where to find them. This program is free and open to the public. No registration necessary.
Wednesday, February 27 @ 4 pm
Have you ever wanted to see how a Crime Scene Investigator does their job in the real world? Or, are you considering Crime Scene Investigation as a career? If so, please join us for this interesting look into the world of a CSI.