Bartram Trail Branch

Toddler and Preschool Storytimes

storytimeToddler Storytimes: Wednesdays, January through April @ 10:15am

Toddler Storytime is held every Wednesday, January 7 through April 29 at 10:15am. This program is designed for children 16 months to 3 years and their caregivers. Each session is 20-25 minutes.

 

boys readingPreschool Storytimes: Wednesdays, January through April @ 11am

Preschool Storytime is held every Wednesday, January 7 through April 29 @ 11am. This program is for children ages 3 to 5 years. Children are encouraged to attend independently. Caregivers may stay in the room or be close by in the library. Includes music, stories, and classrom-type interaction. Each session is 25-30 minutes. Visit our other branches for additional storytimes.

 

Bartram Trail Book Club

The Red TentMonday, May 18 @ 7pm


The Bible hints at the story of Dinah in the Book of Genesis. She is only mentioned in relation with her father Jacob and his dozen sons. Anita Diamant's The Red Tent, told in Dinah’s voice, offers insight into the turmoil and traditions of ancient womanhood. The novel begins with the story of her mothers—Leah, Rachel, Zilpah, and Bilhah—the four wives of Jacob. Their love for Dinah shows in the gifts they bestow upon her; gifts that sustain her through a hard-working childhood, midwifery, and a new home in a place foreign to her. Through Dinah’s eyes, the reader will discover a remarkable period of history and create a connection with the past. New members are always welcome!

 

 

Friday Book Club

Friday, May 1 @ 10am

The Cuckoos CallingIn this debut mystery by Robert Galbraith, pseudonym for world famous author J.K. Rowling, private investigator, Cormoran Strike, investigates the death of a supermodel. After losing his leg in Afghanistan, Strike is down to one client, and the bills are stacking up. In the case of Lula Landry, known to her friends as Cuckoo, the police ruled her death a suicide. Her brother, John Bristow refuses to believe it and hires Strike. With the investigation comes a look into the lives of the rich and famous, seduction, enticement, and delusion. Will Strike come out on top with the answers he seeks? Read with us and find out! New members are always welcome.

 

 

 

Family Bingo for Books

Saturday, May 16 @2pm

Don't miss this chance to win free books while having fun playing Bingo! All materials will be supplied by the Library and everyone will go home with at least one free book. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Bartram Trail Branch Library. 

Homework Help

Tuesday, May 12 @ 4pm - 6pm

homework helpHaving trouble with that math problem? Science got you down? Need a helping hand? Then, come to the library from 4pm - 6pm for free one-on-one tutoring. No appointment needed; it's on a first-come, first-served basis. Help is available in multiple subjects.

 

Homework Help

Tuesday, May 5 @ 4pm - 6pmhomework help

Having trouble with that math problem? Science got you down? Need a helping hand? Then, come to the library from 4pm - 6pm for free, one-on-one tutoring. No appointment needed; it's on a first-come, first-served basis. Help is available in multiple subjects.

 

Moon Viewing and Star Gazing

Friday, April 24 @ 7pm - 9pm
Looking for an event the entire family will enjoy? The Northeast Florida Astronomy Society will be here to show us the moon and the stars! (Weather permitting.) Groups are asked to register in advance by contacting Carla or Melissa at 827-6960.

 

Science for Kids!

Wednesday, April 15 @ 3pm JEA Energy Detective

Celebrate Earth Month and become an Energy Detective! There has been an increase in vampire loads in our area and we need more trained detectives to help find and get rid of them! Learn how to use such tools as a Kill-a-Watt meter, Infrared Thermometer, and more! This one-hour training is great for children 7 and older. Detectives- bring your adult! Register Today! www.greenteamproject.org/eventcalendar or call 904-348-0718.

Bartram Trail Book Club

a long way goneMonday, April 20 @ 7pm

A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier, written by Ishmael Beah tells his story of being a child solider in Sierra Leone. His reflections paint the grisly story of modern day warfare. Children are manipulated to go against their nature. They are made into killers and experience violence no child should have to endure. Beah’s account is heartbreakingly honest and will change your view of the conflicts going on worldwide.

 

 

iPad User Group

IpadTuesday, April 28 @ 1pm

Stop in with your iPad, or any other type of tablet, to learn tips and tricks and get awesome app recommendations. No registration required.

 

 

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