Monday, April 27th - 10:00 AM
North IRC Library — Storytime Room
Story time for children 18 months to 3 years old. Story Times consist of age appropriate storytelling, creative dramatics, music, movement and a craft. They are a wonderful way to encourage early literacy, a love of books and the library, as well as help prepare children socially for pre-school/kindergarten.
772-770-5060 ext. 4132
Brackett Library — Bjorkman Room
Time to get creative and MESSY! This hands-on program for two to five year olds will feature various media including painting, stamps, clay and more. Registration is not required, but children should wear clothes that can get dirty.
772 770 5060 ext 4132
IRC Main Library — Storytime Room
The Sign Language classes are informal, fun and educational experiences for birth to two year olds and their families.
The programs focus primarily on rhymes and songs and learning of common sign language words and phrases.
Registration is not required for these programs.
Monday, April 27th - 11:00 AM
North IRC Library — Large Meeting Room
Kid-Fit is a fun physical fitness class for 3 to 6 year olds. Children must wear sneakers, comfortable clothing and should bring a filled water bottle.
Monday, April 27th - 4:00 PM
Strong kids is a fun physical fitness program for 5-9 year olds of all levels. Children must wear sneakers, comfortable clothes and bring a filled water bottle.
Tuesday, April 28th - 10:00 AM
Story Time for infants to 18 month old babies. Baby Time consists of age appropriate storytelling, music and movement. It is a wonderful way to encourage early literacy, a love of books and the library from infancy.
Tuesday, April 28th - 11:00 AM
Story time for children 3 to 5 years old. Story Times consist of age appropriate storytelling, creative dramatics, music, movement and a craft. They are a wonderful way to encourage early literacy, a love of books and the library, as well as help prepare children socially for pre-school/kindergarten.
Tuesday, April 28th - 6:00 PM
What's better than 90;s cartoons and a bowl of cereal? Relive your childhood at our 90s Cartoon Watch Party! Throw on your favorite pajamas and we'll bring the cereal! No registration is required.
772-226-3080 ext. 4550
Wednesday, April 29th - 6:00 PM
Featuring the new Oculus Quest! Immerse yourself in VR and try out games like Beatsaber, Vader Immortal, Puppet Fever & More. No registration required, but this event is for teens only (grades 6-12).
772-770-5060 ext. 4121
Thursday, April 30th - 10:00 AM
Brackett Library — Storytime Room
Story time for children 2 to 5 years old and their families. Story Times consist of age appropriate storytelling, creative dramatics, music, movement and a craft. They are a wonderful way to encourage early literacy, a love of books and the library, as well as help prepare children socially for pre-school/kindergarten.
Thursday, April 30th - 2:00 PM
Travel the world with us every month. Free. 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thur, Jan thru Mar @ 2pm.
North IRC Library
Thursday, April 30th - 3:00 PM
Book Club meets @ 3:00 PM the last Thursday of the Month. No registration is required. All are welcome. Book club titles are available to be checked out at the Brackett Library.
Thursday, April 30th - 4:00 PM
Marian Fell Library — Main Room
Monday, May 4th - 2:00 PM
Please join us for sweets, tea, and tea party games. Free to attend, but registration is required. Please bring your own teacup. This program is geared toward adults, but all are welcome.
Monday, May 4th - 6:00 PM
IRC Main Library — Large Meeting Room
May the Fourth be with you. Join us to celebrate Star Wars day with trivia, games, crafts, and more. Cosplay encouraged! This event is free and open to all. No registration is necessary.
Wednesday, May 6th - 4:00 PM
Have you read a good book lately? Let's talk about it! Join us for an informal book chat about the great books you've read and want to share with your fellow readers! We will also explore Novelist Plus, the online database created especially for readers.
Tuesday, May 12th - 5:00 PM
When Kim Sin-yeol’s husband, Kim Sung-do, passed away in October of 2017, she became the sole resident of a remote island between Korea and Japan. The claim to this territory has been under dispute for centuries.
While organizing some of her late husband's belongings, Kim Sin-yeol discovered a mysterious locked box. Kim Sung-do loved puzzles and would always set up scavenger hunts for his wife around the island. The top of the box had a note that read, “As my final gift to you, my love, I’ve setup one final test of your wits, can you open the box?”
This program is designed for adults. Limited space is available. Registration is required. Please call or email to reserve your time slot: 5:00 PM OR 6:30 PM.
Sunday, May 17th - 2:00 PM
Monday, May 18th - 2:00 PM
Maria Sparsis, of Tea and Chi, will talk about the history of tea, types of tea, and the best way to brew it. She will also bring in samples for you to try. This is a free program and open to all! No registration is required.
Tuesday, May 19th - 6:00 PM
Jim Wilson will be here to discuss all things Treasure Hunting and how it's become a part of our local culture. Free program and open to all! No registration is required.
Wednesday, May 20th - 3:30 PM
Get ready for summer by creating your own gingerbread beach house. All materials provided!
Tuesday, May 26th - 6:00 PM
Legos are not just for the kids! Join us for party games and friendly competition! This program is geared for adults, but all are welcome! Registration is requested.
Wednesday, May 27th - 3:30 PM
Friends of the Library
Friends of the North IRC Library
Clerk of the Court
Supervisor of Elections