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The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, in collaboration with Cummer Amelia, is pleased to present An Afternoon of Art: Lecture Series in partnership with the Fernandina Beach Branch Library.
This interactive program will be held in the Community Room of the Fernandina Beach Library on Wednesday evening, January 31st, at 6:00 p.m. and is free of charge.
Participants will learn about palliative care and what that means for patients and their loved ones.
Friends of the Library’s Third Annual Storytelling Slam was a huge success.
Participants will learn how to lower stress levels by maintaining balance and control. This John Kabit Zins-based program will include instruction as well as a guided mindful meditation.
This year’s theme ‘I Was So Embarrassed!” promises to be a rousing, hilarious storytelling event. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and libations first, then sit back and be regaled by some of the area’s finest storytellers.
Joey knows close to 200 tricks and now she’s adding another skill to her resume, fundraising for a favorite cause.
Storytellers will represent the intriguing worlds of dance, theatre, letters, business, education and community service.
Anonymous benefactor includes a challenge to other local history buffs to join him and cover the remaining $30,000 needed.
Dr. Tina Bucuvalas, Curator of Arts & Historical Resources for the City of Tarpon Springs, will describe this unique community at a dinner on June 4th.
Proceeds will support Friends of the Library’s capital campaign to enlarge and improve the Fernandina Beach Library.
Six storytellers will compete for the Story Slam Championship on September 19, to raise funds for the Fernandina Beach Library.
Fernandina Beach Library t-shirts and tickets for a drawing for at least 28 gift packages valued at over $100 each will be for sale.
Friends of the Library will receive $10 for each ticket sold: as more tickets are purchased, the return could reach $30 per ticket.
Fernandina Library will be holding a series of discussions called, “Let’s Talk About It – Making Sense of the American Civil War”