All Indian River County Libraries will be closed to the public until further notice!
Staff will be onsite at the Main, Brackett and the North IRC Libraries to continue to offer assistance as follows:
Face coverings are required to enter the library for appointments. Please do not enter the library if you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms. Masks are available at the door if needed.
Wednesday, May 8th - 3:30 PM
North IRC Library — Large Meeting Room
Take a break from test prep to make your own lucky charms out of polymer clay. All supplies provided! Teens only (grades 7-12).
772-770-5060 ext. 1421
Thursday, May 9th - 3:30 PM
IRC Main Library — Large Meeting Room
Thursday, May 9th - 4:00 PM
Marian Fell Library — Main Room
772-770-5060 ext. 4132
Friday, May 10th - 12:00 PM
Brackett Library — Bjorkman Room
Learn the 9 Principles of Florida Friendly Landscaping and other exciting gardening topics. Free and open to the public.
772-226-3080 ext. 4550
Saturday, May 11th - 10:00 AM
North IRC Library — Storytime Room
Saturday, May 11th - 10:30 AM
Take a Deep Dive Into the Lagoon through Literacy – A Moonshot Community in ActionOn May 11, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. families can take a Deep Dive Into the Lagoon through Literacy during a free, event at the Indian River County Main Library. The Moonshot Community Action Network (MCAN) brings together literacy, the arts, and environmental stewardship to shine a spotlight on the importance of literacy and the unique vibrancy of the community.Immerse yourself in lagoon literacy with local environmental organizations during an afternoon of interactive, hands-on activities promoting the preservation of the Indian River Lagoon.Fun, environmental education literacy activities will feature Mermaid Meg and the Magic Lagoon a book written by local author, Leslie Maloney. Additional activities include story time, prizes, photos with the East Coast Florida Mermaid and more.Attendees are also invited to grab a paintbrush and apply their artistic talents to the Moonshot Mural. Artist Pam Sommers designed the collaborative arts literacy project using artwork created by children attending Moonshot afterschool programs.“This event will highlight our community’s passion for literacy, arts, the lagoon and how each intrinsically intertwines,” says Missy Weiss, S.E.A a Difference, Inc Executive Director. “By providing opportunities like the ‘Deep Dive into the Lagoon Through Literacy’ event, we are providing participants the opportunity to not only learn about the lagoon through the application of literacy and art but also instill a sense of environmental stewardship and community action.”“We know it’s critical to get students connected to their community and provide authentic opportunities for them to apply their learning,” says Debbi Arseneaux, The Learning Alliance educational consultant and teaching artist. “This is how we get them reading and give them a reason to continue developing literacy skills.”The event will help to showcase the work of community partners aligned with the Moonshot Moment goal of 90 percent literacy by third grade and highlight the many ways we can care for our local ecosystem.“This collaborative effort will be a powerful example of how we can spark our community into action,” adds Arseneaux.
Tuesday, May 14th - 2:00 PM
Learn the 9 Principles of Florida Friendly Landscaping and other exciting gardening topics. Free and open to the public
Wednesday, May 15th - 2:00 PM
Thursday, May 16th - 6:00 PM
Join us to learn more about these stately trees and the essentials of pruning.
Friday, May 24th - 12:00 PM
Friends of the Library
Friends of the North IRC Library
Clerk of the Court
Supervisor of Elections