Southeast Branch

Archaeology Works at the Southeast Library

Florida Public Archaeology NetworkMonday, August 31 @ 2pm

The Florida Public Archaeology Network concludes a three-week archaeological journey that includes the materials and science behind different topics. Delve into a different artifact and try your hand at analysis techniques used by the pros. Today, discover how beads teach us about global trade, religion, and more. Contact Emily Jane Murray by email or call 392-7874 to register.

 

 

September is Library Card Sign-up Month

library card sign-upDo your friends have the coolest card in town? If not, invite them to visit YOUR library to get one and learn about all the great benefits of being a cardholder!

Borrow books, magazines, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, audiobooks, ebooks, and music CDs for FREE!

Stream movies, TV shows, and music for FREE!

Attend informational, fun, and educational programs and events for FREE!

 

Tech Training with a Gadget Guru

Mondays - Thursdays @ 2pm or 3pmtraining

Do you have an e-reader, tablet, or other digital device you aren’t sure how to use? Ready to stream movies, tv shows, and music through hoopla or download digital magazines through Zinio? Need to learn Facebook, Twitter, or how to navigate Pinterest? Eager to know how to download free eBooks from the library's OverDrive and OneClickdigital services? All of your questions can be answered in a one hour, one-on-one session with library staff at Southeast. Library cardholders can call the Library at 827-6900 to schedule an appointment.


Pet Care Seminar

Tuesday, September 1 @ 3pm

pet care seminar

St. Johns Veterinary Hospital presents senior pet care and wellness, the importance of cat veterinary visits, and pet acupuncture. Join us for this informative pet care seminar and learn how to keep your furry friends happy and healthy.

 

Kids Fitness & Yoga

Tuesday, September 1 @ 4:30pmyoga

Get active with Ms. Akilah at our popular fitness & yoga fusion program! Learn simple, kid-friendly stretches and exercises. This program is for beginners and fun for the whole family. Please wear loose clothing and bring your own towel or mat. 

 

Little Ones Storytime

Wednesday, September 2  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Family Storytime

Wednesday, September 2 @ 11:15am

Snoopy National Library Card Sign Up Month

Celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month!

Join Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah during a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

This program is designed for children who can sit for longer stories, but all are welcome to join us for crafts at the end!

 

Adult Color Time

adult color timeWednesday, September 2 @ 4:30pm

Join us for the latest craze in relaxation and stress-reduction--coloring for adults. We'll provide all the materials--just sit and relax. Sorry little ones, no kids allowed!

 

Movies for Minis

Wednesday, September 2  @ 4:30pm

Minions BookMini movies for mini people! We'll be showing Despicable Me 2: 3 Mini Movies and Pixar Short Film Collections 1 & 2. Both are rated G. Dress up in your minion-best for even more fun!

Adults, this program takes place during Adult Color Time at the library--feel free to relax and do some coloring while your minis watch movies!

 

Meditation & Mindfulness

Thursday, September 3 @ 4pm
meditation
Settle your mind and body as you sit in still quietness. This program is ideal for those interested in initial instruction as well as those looking for a group to sit with in a peaceful setting. Chairs are available for those who are not able to floor sit; otherwise, please bring your own cushion.

 

Knotty Knitters

Friday, September 4 @ 3pm

Everyone is welcome to join the Southeast Branch's knitting club... The Knotty Knitters. All ages and abilities are encouraged to join and instruction can be provided to beginners. Make new friends and learn a new craft.

 

Letter Writing Society

Saturday, September 5 @ 10:30amletter writing social

Do you love getting junk mail or bills in the mail?
Of course not -- who does?

Let’s meet to write letters, be social, and brighten someone else's mailbox. Bring your own stationery supplies, if you have them, otherwise, we’ll have materials to use. Bring addresses of friends and family or write to some of the organizations we are writing to, such as nursing homes and soldiers overseas. Postage provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

BIBLIOBOP Kids Dance Party

Saturday, September 5 @ 11am

Snoopy National Library Card Sign-Up MonthCome celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month and DANCE! Kids of all ages are invited to our literary dance party. We'll read books about music, then dance the morning away with a mix of instruments, egg shakers, parachutes, and more. What a great way to keep in shape!

Funded by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library and a grant from the Barbara A. Kay Foundation, which seeks to enrich the lives of children in St. Johns County. 

 

 

Sci Fi Cinema

sci fi cinemaSaturday, September 5 @ 2pm

After an encounter with U.F.O.s, a line worker feels undeniably drawn to an isolated area in the wilderness where something spectacular is about to happen. Join us for the Academy-Award winning film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. This film is rated PG.

 

 

Friends of the Southeast Branch Library Meeting

Tuesday, September 8 @ 1pmFriends of the Library

New members are always encouraged to join the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library (FOLSE). Come learn about our Friends and what they do to support your library.

 

Kids Fitness & Yoga

Tuesday, September 8 @ 4:30pm

yogaGet active with Ms. Akilah at our popular fitness & yoga fusion program! Learn simple, kid-friendly stretches and exercises. This program is for beginners and fun for the whole family. Please wear loose clothing and bring your own towel or mat. 

 

 

Turn It Up Teen Tuesday

Girl DJTuesday, September 8 @ 6pm

Join teens at the Southeast Branch Library on Tuesdays for movies, music, gaming, and more! Today, we're showing Project Almanac, rated PG-13.

As a group of friends discover plans for a time machine, they build it and use it to fix their problems and for personal gain. But as the future falls apart with disasters, and each of them disappear little by little, they must travel back to the past to make sure they never invent the machine or face the destruction of humanity.

 

Bedtime Storytime

Tuesday, September 8 @ 6:30pmGirl in Pajamas at Bedtime Storytime

Join Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah in their jammies for bedtime stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

Don't forget to wear your pajamas and bring your favorite bedtime buddy! This program is designed for children who can sit for longer picture books, but all are welcome for our craft and playtime before and after.

 

Little Ones Storytime

Wednesday, September 9  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Family Storytime

Wednesday, September 9 @ 11:15am

Giggling at StorytimeJoin Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah during a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

This program is designed for children who can sit for longer stories, but all are welcome to join us for crafts at the end!

 

St. Augustine Travel Club: Belgium & Luxembourg

Wednesday, September 9 @ 2pm

travel clubChocolate, enchanting Medieval villages, and breweries! There's so much to learn about the uniquely special European countries of Belgium and Luxembourg. The St. Augustine Travel Club welcomes you to join their free get-together to learn more! The main focus of the club is to educate, inform, and enjoy armchair travel. For more information, contact Peter Dytrych at 904-797-3736.

 

 

Move It! Kids Dance Program

Kids JumpingWednesday, September 9 @ 4pm

Love to dance? Join Ms. Akilah's dance troupe for fun and fitness! Kids in grades K-6 will learn choreography for a winter performance. 

Today we'll be meeting for more information about the dance program. Parents, please attend to receive a schedule of practices and more. Funded by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library!

 

Meditation & Mindfulness

meditationThursday, September 10 @ 4pm

Settle your mind and body as you sit in still quietness. This program is ideal for those interested in initial instruction as well as those looking for a group to sit with in a peaceful setting. Chairs are available for those who are not able to floor sit; otherwise, please bring your own cushion.

 

Knotty Knitters

Friday, September 11 @ 3pm

Everyone is welcome to join the Southeast Branch's knitting club... The Knotty Knitters. All ages and abilities are encouraged to join and instruction can be provided to beginners. Make new friends and learn a new craft.

 

Swap 'Til You Drop: Family Clothing Exchange

FamiliesSaturday, September 12 @ 10am

Families, bring in your clean, gently used items (baby/kid clothes, accessories, baby carriers, maternity/nursing apparel) to swap with others! 

Drop off your items at the Southeast Branch Library beginning Tuesday, September 1, then return on Saturday, September 12 to swap! Call 904-827-6900 for more information about this FREE event!

 

Read to Rover

CharlieSaturday, September 12 @ 11am

Beginning readers are invited to practice their reading skills when they read to a real therapy dog! Don't forget to bring your Read to Rover Frequent Reader Card. Once you fill it up, you'll receive a custom-designed Read to Rover t-shirt!

 

Little Ones Storytime

Monday, September 14  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Restore & Flow Yoga

Monday, September 14 @ 12:30pm

yogaAre you interested in an activity that connects the mind and body? Yoga instructor, Kim McWilliams, guides participants through yoga and all are welcome to join. Her classical yoga style focuses on proper alignment and core strength, with a focus on safety. We encourage you to bring your own water and yoga mat or towel to use during this free one-hour class. Note: it is advised to not practice yoga with a full stomach.

 

Yardening Seminar: Fall Bloomers & Shady Characters

yardening seminarMonday, September 14 @ 2:30pm

Renee Stambaugh, of Native Plant Consulting & Native Gardens Nursery, presents tips on which plants will flourish this fall and which ones will survive in shady surroundings. Plants will be available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Kids Fitness & Yoga

Tuesday, September 15 @ 4:30pm

yogaGet active with Ms. Akilah at our popular fitness & yoga fusion program! Learn simple, kid-friendly stretches and exercises. This program is for beginners and fun for the whole family. Please wear loose clothing and bring your own towel or mat. 

 

Teen Cooking: National Breakfast Month

healthy fruitTuesday, September 15 @ 6pm

Did you know that September is National Breakfast Month? Teens ages 11-18 can learn how to make their favorite breakfast dishes at the library! Funded by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. Come hungry! Please register for this free program by calling 904-827-6900. 


Red Cross: Fire Safety

Red Cross Fire Safety

Tuesday, September 15 @ 6:30pm

Did you know that if a fire starts in your home, you may have just two minutes to escape? The most effective way to protect yourself and your home from fire is to identify and remove fire hazards. Join us for an informative program and learn what you can do to keep your home and family safe from a fire.

 

Little Ones Storytime

Wednesday, September 16  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. 

Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Family Storytime

Wednesday, September 16 @ 11:15am

Giggling at StorytimeJoin Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah during a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

This program is designed for children who can sit for longer stories, but all are welcome to join us for crafts at the end!

 

Move It! Kids Dance Program

Kids JumpingWednesday, September 16 @ 4pm

Love to dance? Join Ms. Akilah's dance troupe for fun and fitness! Kids in grades K-6 will learn choreography for a winter performance. 

Today we'll be meeting for our first practice! Funded by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Cookbook Club

Thursday, September 17 @ 1pm

cookbook clubSoutheast is getting gastronomical! We invite foodies to find their way to the library for our Cookbook Club that kicks off this month. Participation is super easy... just borrow a cookbook from the library and try out a recipe that catches your eye. Then, bring the recipe, the cookbook, and samples to the meeting. Let's be each other's taste testers. Iced tea and lemonade are provided, compliments of the Friends of the Southeast Branch Public Library.

 

 

Meditation & Mindfulness

meditationThursday, September 17 @ 4pm

Settle your mind and body as you sit in still quietness. This program is ideal for those interested in initial instruction as well as those looking for a group to sit with in a peaceful setting. Chairs are available for those who are not able to floor sit; otherwise, please bring your own cushion.

 

 

Movie Night: Age of Adaline

Thursday, September 17 @ 5:45pm 

movie nightAfter miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, Adaline Bowman has lived a solitary existence, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might reveal her secret. But a chance encounter with charismatic philanthropist Ellis Jones reignites her passion for life and romance. When a weekend with his parents threatens to uncover the truth, Adaline makes a decision that will change her life forever. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. Rated PG-13.

 

 

Documentary & Danish

documentary filmFriday, September 18 @ 10:30am

Bring your coffee; we'll provide the film and danish. Two filmmakers chronicle their time in Sonagchi, Calcutta and the relationships they developed with children of prostitutes who work the city's notorious red light district in the Academy Award-winning documentary, Born Into Brothels. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. This film is rated R.

 

 

Knotty Knitters

Friday, September 18 @ 3pm

Everyone is welcome to join the Southeast Branch's knitting club... The Knotty Knitters. All ages and abilities are encouraged to join and instruction can be provided to beginners. Make new friends and learn a new craft.

 

 

Peace Day Kids Crafts

Kid PinwheelSaturday, September 19 - ALL DAY

Kids, drop by the library all day on Saturday to celebrate International Peace Day! Make origami cranes, peace signs, and more! All materials provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. 

 

 

Peace Day Meditation

meditationSaturday, September 19 @ 11am

In observance of International Peace Day (Monday, September 21) meditation teacher, Kathleen Roberts, will open the group with a short breathing exercise and lead us into a silent meditation, where the participants will think peace. Jade Forest and her singing bowls will support the meditation. Ms. Roberts has been leading meditation and psychic development groups for over 10 years. Any questions, call Kathleen at 669-1085. Come join us in sending peace to the world. Chairs are available for those who are not able to floor sit; otherwise, please bring your own cushion.

 

Stress Management Group Session

Saturday, September 19 @ 1pmstress management group

Ever have moments of stress and wonder what you can do to cope a little better? Join Pamela Erkelens, LMHC, for a free stress management group discussion about stress, common stressors, and tips on coping. The group will end by practicing a relaxation exercise.

 

September is Library Card Sign-up Month

library card sign-upDo your friends have the coolest card in town? If not, invite them to visit YOUR library to get one and learn about all the great benefits of being a cardholder!

Borrow books, magazines, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, audiobooks, ebooks, and music CDs for FREE!

Stream movies, TV shows, and music for FREE!

Attend informational, fun, and educational programs and events for FREE!

 

Little Ones Storytime

Monday, September 21  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. 

Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Restore & Flow Yoga

Monday, September 21 @ 12:30pm

yogaAre you interested in an activity that connects the mind and body? Yoga instructor, Kim McWilliams, guides participants through yoga and all are welcome to join. Her classical yoga style focuses on proper alignment and core strength, with a focus on safety. We encourage you to bring your own water and yoga mat or towel to use during this free one-hour class. Note: it is advised to not practice yoga with a full stomach.

 

Kids Fitness & Yoga

Tuesday, September 22 @ 4:30pm

yogaGet active with Ms. Akilah at our popular fitness & yoga fusion program! Learn simple, kid-friendly stretches and exercises. This program is for beginners and fun for the whole family. Please wear loose clothing and bring your own towel or mat. 

 

 

Turn It Up Teen Tuesday

Girl DJTuesday, September 22 @ 6pm

Join teens at the Southeast Branch Library on Tuesdays for movies, music, gaming, and more! Tonight's movie is a #throwback to 2004: Mean Girls!

Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list girl clique at her new school, until she makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of alpha Plastic Regina George.

 

Bedtime Storytime

Tuesday, September 22 @ 6:30pmGirl in Pajamas at Bedtime Storytime

Join Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah in their jammies for bedtime stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

Don't forget to wear your pajamas and bring your favorite bedtime buddy! This program is designed for children who can sit for longer picture books, but all are welcome for our craft and playtime before and after.

 

Little Ones Storytime

Wednesday, September 23  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Family Storytime

Wednesday, September 23 @ 11:15am

Giggling at StorytimeJoin Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah during a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

This program is designed for children who can sit for longer stories, but all are welcome to join us for crafts at the end!

 

Move It! Kids Dance Program

Wednesday, September 23 @ 4pm
Kids Jumping

Love to dance? Join Ms. Akilah's dance troupe for fun and fitness! Kids in grades K-6 will learn choreography for a winter performance. 

Today we'll be meeting for our second practice! Funded by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Southeast Book Club: Burial Rites

Thursday, September 24 @ 6:45pm

Burial Rites Set against Iceland's stark landscape, Hannah Kent brings to vivid life the story of Agnes, who, charged with the brutal murder of her former master, is sent to an isolated farm to await execution. Horrified at the prospect of housing a convicted murderer, the family at first avoids Agnes. Only Tóti, a priest Agnes has mysteriously chosen to be her spiritual guardian, seeks to understand her. But as Agnes's death looms, the farmer's wife and their daughters learn there is another side to the sensational story they've heardRefreshments provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Foreign Film Friday

Friday, September 25 @ 10:30am My Left Foot

Get your virtual passport stamped and travel the globe through the magic of movies. This month, we're going to Ireland for the Academy Award-winning film, My Left Foot. Christy Brown, born with cerebral palsy, learns to paint and write with his only controllable limb - his left foot. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. This film is rated R.

 

Secrets of Highclere Castle Documentary & Downton Abbey Pilot

Friday, September 25 @ 1pm

Secrets of Highclere Castle and Downton AbbeyDiscover the history and present-day happenings of life in a Victorian castle as we watch a documentary on Highclere Castle, the place that inspired the BBC drama series Downton Abbey, which is shot on location at the Castle. Reality is even more impressive than the fictitious show, as the lord who married a rich wife to avoid bankruptcy also funded the archaeological dig which unearthed Tutankhamun's fabulous treasure. Afterward, we will watch the pilot for BBC's acclaimed series, Downton Abbey. Light snacks will be provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Knotty Knitters

Friday, September 25 @ 3pm

Everyone is welcome to join the Southeast Branch's knitting club... The Knotty Knitters. All ages and abilities are encouraged to join and instruction can be provided to beginners. Make new friends and learn a new craft.

 

Read to Rover

CharlieSaturday, September 26 @ 11am

Beginning readers are invited to practice their reading skills when they read to a real therapy dog! Don't forget to bring your Read to Rover Frequent Reader Card. Once you fill it up, you'll receive a custom-designed Read to Rover t-shirt!

 

 

Teen Gaming Club

teen gamingSaturday, September 26 @ 2pm

Teens are invited to the Southeast Library to play our Wii U, provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library! Bring your friends and have fun gaming on the big screen!

 

Little Ones Storytime

Monday, September 28  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Book & Bites: Dining at Downton

Monday, September 28 @ 6pm 

Downton Abbey FoodJourney back in time and experience a little history with us in the first of this two-part Books & Bites series. Books & Bites, a delightful cooking demonstration, combines our love of literature and food. In this installment, enjoy samples that might have been served at a Crawley family tea, take home new recipes, and gain a little knowledge of Britain's grand estates like Highclere Castle, the setting of Downton Abbey. This program is compliments of the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED by September 19. Please stop by the Reference Desk or call the library at 827-6900 to save a seat.

 

Kids Fitness & Yoga

Tuesday, September 29 @ 4:30pm

yogaGet active with Ms. Akilah at our popular fitness & yoga fusion program! Learn simple, kid-friendly stretches and exercises. This program is for beginners and fun for the whole family. Please wear loose clothing and bring your own towel or mat. 

 

 

Banned Books Week: Teen Makerspace

Banned Books WeekTuesday, September 29 @ 6pm

Celebrate Banned Books Week by creating book art! Use discarded books from the library and bring them back to life through arts and crafts! All materials provided by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library. 

 

Little Ones Storytime

Wednesday, September 30  @ 10:30am

Kids in ParachuteJoin Ms. Alex & Ms. Akilah for a fun, musical lapsit program with board books, songs, fingerplays, and parachute games for babies and toddlers. Littles Ones Storytimes are designed to be a shared experience between caregivers and their little ones. Be prepared to join in!

 

Family Storytime

Wednesday, September 30 @ 11:15am

Giggling at StorytimeJoin Ms. Alex and Ms. Akilah during a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts for families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged kids.

This program is designed for children who can sit for longer stories, but all are welcome to join us for crafts at the end!

 

Banned Books Week: Family Film

Banned Books WeekWednesday, September 30 @ 4pm

Celebrate Banned Books Week as a family! Come in and watch the 2007 version of Bridge to Terabithia, rated PG. 

This film is based on the 1977 novel by Katherine Paterson, which is frequently targeted by censors and appears at number eight on the American Library Association list of the 100 Most Frequently Challenged Books for the decade 1990–2000.

 

Move It! Kids Dance Program

Wednesday, September 30 @ 4pm
Kids Jumping

Love to dance? Join Ms. Akilah's dance troupe for fun and fitness! Kids in grades K-6 will learn choreography for a winter performance. 

Today we'll be meeting for our third practice! Funded by the Friends of the Southeast Branch Library.

 

Meditation & Mindfulness

Thursday, October 1 @ 4pm

meditationSettle your mind and body as you sit in still quietness. This program is ideal for those interested in initial instruction as well as those looking for a group to sit with in a peaceful setting. Chairs are available for those who are not able to floor sit; otherwise, please bring your own cushion.

 

Banned Books Week: The Movie, Fahrenheit 451

Thursday, October 1 @ 5:45pm

banned books weekWhat if you had no right to read?

In honor of Banned Books Week, we're showing Fahrenheit 451, based on Ray Bradbury's novel about book burning. Ironically, the novel itself has been banned and challenged numerous times from schools across the country. The novel portrays a future American society where books are outlawed and "firemen" burn any that are found. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library.

 

Restore & Flow Yoga

Monday, October 5 @ 12:30pmyoga

Are you interested in an activity that connects the mind and body? Yoga instructor, Kim McWilliams, guides participants through yoga and all are welcome to join. Her classical yoga style focuses on proper alignment and core strength, with a focus on safety. We encourage you to bring your own water and yoga mat or towel to use during this free one-hour class. Note: it is advised to not practice yoga with a full stomach.

 

 

Hours
Mon., Tues., Thur. 10am - 8pm
Wed., Fri. 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday : Closed

Contact
Todd Booth, Branch Manager
Juli Wald, Asst. Branch Manager
Alex, Youth Services
Kristen Mangus, Circulation
Telephone: (904) 827-6900
Fax: (904) 827-6905
libse@sjcfl.us *

Location
6670 US 1 South
St. Augustine, Florida 32086
Click here for Map and Directions

Friends of the Southeast Branch Library
Southeast Friends Application
President: Frank Schmidt
kj.fcschmidt@att.net
www.folse.us

 

Meeting Room & Equipment Information:
Both the Large Meeting Room & Small Conference Room can be reserved. Please click here for more information & download the PDF Application.

*Under Florida law, e-mail address are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead please contact via phone.

Notice: The St. Johns County Public Library System frequently takes photos of its public programs, activities and their participants. Please be aware that these photos may be used in brochures, flyers, web pages, news releases or other promotional materials. Those wishing not to be photographed or recorded should inform the photographer or library staff.


 
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