Return to us often as here you will find new programs,
new events sponsored by the Friends. Discover how your contributions
support our quality of life in our wonderful Flagler County Public Library.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
2/24 2pm Folksinger Adam Miller.
Adam will be focusing on songs in keeping with the Flagler Centennial.
He is a harpsichordist, folklore teller and will introduce his songs
accordingly. He has performed at our library previously and lives
libraries, frequently mentioning them in his folklore. Held in the DCR.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF FLAGLER HISTORY
Flagler Reads Together Events for March.
of Flagler County by Jack Clegg
3/3 2pm Kickoff presented by
historian, Sisco Deen, Flagler County Historical Society. Held in the
Meeting Room. Sisco will describe and show images of the events that formed our
Flagler County now being celebrated in its 100th year.
3/10 2pm presentation by Bob Stone
addressing the Cattle industry in Florida. Held in the DCR.
3/15 2pm presentation by Flagler
County Extension Office representative, Mark Warren. A discussion of
the farming industry in Flagler County, past, present and future. Free local produce gifts to all attendees to prepare you for St.
Patrick’s Day. Refreshments focused on locally grown produce.
3/21 Bus Tour of Flagler County
presented by the Flagler County Historical Society. Departs from the
Holden House at 10 am. This event has a $20 fee. Limited to 18 people. Lunch is
available for purchase. Tours are held on a monthly basis and a wait list is
maintained. Contact Mary Ann Clark for reservations. 386 - 439
3/22 3:30pm Flagler County Book Club
discussion. Held in the meeting room. Open to the public for this
event as well as any future book club discussions.
3/24 2pm Double Feature! Diane
Marquis, a local lifetime resident of Flagler County will share her
knowledge of the Seminole Indians. She is a retired teacher with a vast
knowledge and collection of Seminole Indian memorabilia. Her presentation will
be followed by
Bill Ryan, a local author, historian, and contributing
member to the Friends of the Library. Bill has written six books
about the history of Flagler County, including “The Search for Old Kings Road,"
His latest is “The Lost Plantations of Flagler County". ”He finds unrecognized
or under researched history of our area’s Colonial and early American era and
has new stories to tell. We are very excited to present this shared
presentation from two people so knowledgeable in Flagler County and Florida
3/31 2pm FRT Finale: An Afternoon Tea
to Honor our Oldest Founding Families and listen to some of their
stories as well as share in some storytelling about the history of Flagler
County and maybe some of its founders, politicians, and characters! Held in the
New Programs planned
4/4 1 pm Annual Poetry Readings conducted by Muriel Levy. This year's theme is
Poetry That Inspires.
4/8 9am -1pm Book and Bake sale. Open to the public. Preview sale for Friends of
the Library members on Friday 4/7 4pm-5:30pm.
4/9 - 4/15 National Library Week. Theme is: "Libraries Transform" . More details
Ambrosia to Zucchini Reheated
The Friends Cookbook is an excellent gift They can be
purchased at Circulation Desk for $10.00
HISTORY = a history website that includes our library friend's Flagler Memories project. Spend some time
browsing into the rich stories of Flagler County.
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