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MARK YOUR CALENDAR - Events and details may change so return here for updates.

BOOK/BAKE SALES

All book/bake sales are held from 9am 1pm.

There are two preview sales each year, in April and November, which are held the Friday before the book sale. They are for Friends of the Library members only. Those April and November preview sales are held from 4:00 to 5:30.

The sales scheduled for 2018 are:

April 13 preview; 14 sales from 9:00 1:00
June 16
September 15
November 16 preview; 17 sales from 9:00 1:00

PROGRAMS for 2018

 Flagler Reads Together: A study of World War I writings and history.

Selection: The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

3/02 Friday 2pm Kickoff featuring Joe Knetsch, a Florida Historian with extensive knowledge about WWI. The title of his presentation is: "Intelligence in the Great War: Spying and Other Arts during the Global Conflict." (Meeting Room)

3/10 Saturday 2pm Discussion and presentation by Gary Mormino regarding the Facts and History of St. Augustine during the Great War. (DCR)

3/16 Friday 12:00 - 4:00pm Warren Chard will display and talk about his exhibit of World War I artifacts. The public is welcome to attend anytime between the identified hours. (DCR)

3/21 Wednesday 10:00 - 1:00pm Holden House Museum Open House.

This year is also the centennial anniversary- of the Holden House Museum in Bunnell. Located at: 204 East Moody Blvd in Bunnell, Fl. (386-437-0600).
Flagler County Historical representatives will be on hand to tell local history, stories and answer questions. (Bunnell)

3/23 Friday 2pm Nancy Duke-Burkhead, Professor at Daytona Beach College will discuss: "Roles of Women during WWI". (DCR)

3/28 Wednesday 3:30pm Flagler Book Club. Book discussion focusing on the FRT book selection. This book club is open to the public. (Meeting Room)

3/31 Saturday 2pm Finale Event featuring Tom Schmidt, a history professor at Florida State College in Jacksonville. He and his wife recently toured two battlefields of WWI in France, Somme and Verdun. He has taken son^e beautiful and touching pictures of the battlefields and will be presenting them along with some background history of the area and battles. (DCR)

April

4/7 Cowboy Poet in Recognition of Poetry Month: 2pm Meeting Room

4/13 Preview Book/Bake Sale; 14 Sale

4/20 National Library Week Program details to follow.

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