Bartram Trail Branch
Saturday, February 15 @ 2pm
Experts from Flying Dragon Citrus discuss how citrus came to our state, its history in Florida, and how best to grow citrus in your backyard. Plants will also be available for purchase following the program.
Saturday, February 15 @ 3pm
Looking for fun for the whole family? Join us to play Bingo for Books. 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 22 @ 12pm
Mr. Bennett gives pointers and information about ePublishing. CS Bennett hails from Philadelphia, PA and now resides in Interlachen, FL. He is a world traveler, decorated war veteran, and has penned 12 full-length books.
Wednesday, February 12 @ 3pm
Come into the library to play with our LEGO bricks and pieces. We supply the LEGO bricks and fun - all you need to bring is your imagination. There is no registration or fee for this program.
Wednesday, February 12 @ 4:30pm
Check or Checkmate? Do you play chess or are you interested in learning? Wonder what the terms pins, ranks, and skittles mean? If you would like to be part of a chess club, we have the right one for you.
Monday, February 10 @ 7pm
Join us as we discuss this year's St. Johns Reads book, A Land Remembered, by Patrick Smith. This best-selling novel tells the story of three generations of the MacIveys, a Florida family who battles frontier hardships to rise from a dirt-poor Cracker life to the wealth and standing of real estate tycoons.
Saturday, February 8 @ 2pm
Curious about who's hidden in your family tree? Join fellow family history hunters from 2pm - 4pm. For additional information, please contact the Bartram Trail Branch Library at 827-6960.
Wednesday, February 5 @ 3pm
Kids of all ages are invited to watch a heart-warming movie, based on the classic novel by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, about a boy and the fawn who becomes his best friend. Snacks are provided; bring your own drinks.
Monday, February 3 @ 6:30pm
The International Relations Book Club meets to discuss current international events. The discussion is moderated by Joseph Warner, retired U.S. diplomat and adjunct professor of Geography and International Relations at Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Saturday, February 1 @ 2pm
Florida is a state varied in history and culture. Certified genealogist, C. Ann Staley, will show us how to work through that diversity utilizing resources available online. Some of the many resources discussed include Military & Photographic Records, Obituary & Cemetery Databases, Vital Records, and Special Collections. This program is free and no registration necessary.