Southeast Branch

Bikes & Books

bikingApril 18 @ 10am - 2pm

Are you ready to ride? The Bookmobile-Extension Services department is partnering with VeloFest, the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office, Sprockets Bicycle Shop, and Hyppo Cafe to prep you and your family for a summer of safe and fun pedaling. Brandon from Sprockets will show you how to easily repair a flat tire at 10:30am and at 12:30pm, teach you how to change your brakes. Three safety stations will provide great tips on how to maneuver curves and cross streets as well as helmet safety. Bring your own bicycle helmet to be fitted and The Hyppo Cafe food truck will reward you with a free Hyppo Pop.

Be sure to stop by the book sale hosted by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library for great bargain shopping between 10am and 3pm! Make it a great day of Bikes & Books!

 

Vegetarian Ways: Juicing vs. Smoothies

Friday, April 24 @ 4pm

vegetarian ways

Learn how to shake up your taste buds quick and easy while keeping it delicious and nutritious. We're making and tasting healthy, cool drinks just in time for summer sippin'!

 

 

Stepping On: Building Confidence, Reducing Falls

seniorsTuesday, April 21 @ 10:30am

Did you know more than one-third of people age 65 or older fall each year? Falls are the leading cause of injury and hospitalization for trauma and death among older adults.

Brooks Rehabilitation presents a free, 7-week workshop for people 65+ beginning Tuesday, April 21, where you'll learn exercises and strategies to help prevent you from falling. Registration is required for this workshop series. Please call the library at 827-6900 to sign up.

 

National Poetry Month: Blackout Poetry

Wednesday, April 29 @ 2pm

blackout poetryWe're celebrating National Poetry Month by hosting Blackout Poetry Pop-In sessions where you get to just pop-in and play with words in a weird and wacky way. Stop by to make poetry by blacking out words with markers. You're sure to be surprised by your own creativity.

 

 

National Poetry Month: Blackout Poetry

Tuesday, April 21 @ 2pm

national poetry monthWe're celebrating National Poetry Month by hosting Blackout Poetry Pop-In sessions where you get to just pop-in and play with words in a weird and wacky way. Stop by to make poetry by blacking out words with markers. You're sure to be surprised by your own creativity.

 

National Poetry Month: Blackout Poetry

Tuesday, April 14 @ 10:30am

blackout poetryWe're celebrating National Poetry Month by hosting Blackout Poetry Pop-In sessions where you get to just pop-in and play with words in a weird and wacky way. Stop by to make poetry by blacking out words with markers. You're sure to be surprised by your own creativity.

 

 

National Poetry Month: Blackout Poetry

national poetry monthSaturday, April 11 @ 10:30am

We're celebrating National Poetry Month by hosting Blackout Poetry Pop-In sessions where you get to just pop-in and play with words in a weird and wacky way. Stop by to make poetry by blacking out words with markers. You're sure to be surprised by your own creativity.

 

National Poetry Month: Blackout Poetry

blackout poetryThursday, April 2 @ 3pm

We're celebrating National Poetry Month by hosting Blackout Poetry Pop-In sessions where you get to just pop-in and play with words in a weird and wacky way. Stop by to make poetry by blacking out words with markers. You're sure to be surprised by your own creativity.

 

Foreign Film Friday

foreign film fridayFriday, April 24 @ 10:30am

Get your virtual passport stamped and travel the globe through the magic of movies. On one Friday a month, we'll be showing a film from a country other than the U.S., and you're invited to join us on this international journey... all for free! Call the library at 827-6900 to find out more about the French film we're showing this month. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Get to Know the Council on Aging (COA)

seniorsThursday, April 23 @ 1pm - 3pm

Council on Aging Outreach Coordinator, Lynn Eberly, will share information about the programs and services of the COA. Learn about developments and plans for the COA Memory Enhancement Program, Care Giver Support Meetings, and much more. Eberly will present an informational overview from 1:30pm to 2pm followed by a question and answer period. So now’s your chance. Bring your questions and concerns and ask Lynn! Please call (904) 209-3700 for details.

 

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