Public Library August programs and events

Hastings Branch Library Events
Telephone: (904)827-6970
Fax: (904) 827-6975

Fun with Flowers for KIDS Workshop
Wednesday, August 3 @ 1 pm & 3 pm – Children grades K-5 are invited to register for these fun make-and-take workshops presented by the Sisterhood of the Traveling Plants! Become nature detectives and learn about gardening, flower arranging, and decorate your own pots and take home seeds to grow! These workshops are sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Garden Club of St. Augustine. Please call 904-827-6970 to register!

Teen Financial Literacy Workshop
Saturday, August 6 @ 10 am – Every teen should learn how to manage money. The St. Johns River Chapter of the FICPA and the St. Johns County Public Library System are teaming up. Subjects will include budgeting, saving, personal investing, using credit wisely, avoiding identity theft, and more. For information call 904-827-6970! Lunch will be provided.

You Are Here: “A Hastings Photo Journey Photography Show”
Tuesday, August 9 @ 4:30 pm – The teens of Hastings and the surrounding area were given a week to capture their world in pictures. Come see their perspectives at this unveiling of their photographs. Refreshments will be served. The photos will be on display at the Hastings Branch Library for two weeks following the show.

Story and Craft for Kids
Thursday, August 11 @ 2:30 pm – Enjoy a story about boats and then make your own mini-sailing vessel. Then, we’ll go outside and put it to the test… in a mini regatta! This activity is aimed at the elementary and middle school aged kids, but all are welcome.

Teen Summer Reading Party
Friday, August 12 @ 3 pm – Teens! Have you been filling out your summer reading forms? If so, you are invited to a party just for you! Enjoy pizza, games, and raffle prizes.

Back-to-School Social
Thursday, August 18 @ 5 pm – Enjoy a final summer frolic before school starts. Join us for food, games, and a school supply giveaway. Also, learn about how the library can help students succeed during the school year.

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