Children’s Book Week April 29 – May 5
Oct10

Children’s Book Week April 29 – May 5

Children’s Book Week!    2019 marks the 100th anniversary of Children’s Book Week. The 100th Anniversary theme — Read Now ∙ Read Forever – looks to the past, present, and most important, the future of children’s books. What is Children’s Book Week and how can you join in the celebrations? Children’s Book Week is the annual celebration of books for young people and the joy of reading. Established in 1919,...

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John Brock Art Alcove
Oct01

John Brock Art Alcove

Check out the artist featured in the John Brock Art Alcove from the beginning of April to mid-May.    John Brock Art Alcove  

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New Library Vehicle
Oct01

New Library Vehicle

As part of the library’s Long Range Plan, we are constantly seeking new ways to provide innovative services. Goal #2 – SERVICES:  Place greater emphasis on the library as a “learning destination” through an array of cultural, educational and recreational programs and services. Seek new service initiatives. Objective 1 – Maintain and expand on- and off-site services offered to adults, teens and children. One way to accomplish this...

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“artPHL Evening” Supporters
Oct01

“artPHL Evening” Supporters

Thank you “artPHL Evening” Supporters: B21 Chic-fil-A Chicken Salad Chick Friends of Palm Harbor Library Dick Martin, State Farm Insurance Rich Martin, WhitCo Insurance Mona Johnson Mystic Fish Outback Steakhouse Ken & Julie Peluso Shephard’s Beach Resort Snowshack St. Mark Village ...

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National Library Week
Oct01

National Library Week

National Library Week! A weeklong celebration of the value libraries and library workers bring to their communities. Everyone knows that Pinellas County libraries provide great access to ideas, information, and technology, but Pinellas libraries are also great community connectors and powerful forces in public life. Pinellas libraries build and strengthen their communities through education, lifelong learning, free access to resources...

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