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Teens and Tweens: Card Making Class: Easter

card-making-suppliesTeens and Tweens can join Miss Debbie for a fun-filled class creating handmade Easter cards.  Learn special card making techniques, such as: rubber stamping, die cutting, punching, and embellishing.  Attendees will create two separate greeting cards to take home.  All materials sponsored by the Friends of the Coastal Region Library.

Coastal Region

Wednesday, March 16, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Painting Train

Join us and have a part in creating a beautiful piece of art to hang up in the library. We will all be climbing aboard the painting train and allowing art to follow from one person to the next. All materials will be provided free of charge and registration is not required.

Lakes Region
Wednesday, March 16, 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Be a "Wii" Bit Irish

kids-st-patricksSoon it will be St. Patrick's Day. Start celebrating the holiday early by making St. Patrick's Day crafts and enjoying a snack.Play a wee bit of Wii and board games.


Friday, March 11, 2:30 AM - 3:30 AM

A Celebration of Florida Women

Today the women of Florida play a tremendous role in local, state, and national government. Women serve on Florida’s Supreme Court, in the Governor’s Cabinet, on city and county commissions, in Congress, in the State Legislature, and in a variety of other capacities. This has not always been true. Even after women were granted the right to vote in 1920, traditional views of a woman’s role in society often stymied the efforts of women seeking public office. Join Florida historian, Joshua Goodman from the State Archives of Florida, as he illuminates the determination of Florida’s women to transform the political landscape and assert their fitness to serve. Starting with Florida’s earliest female elected officials, Goodman will describe the evolution of voters’ attitudes toward women in public office, including women of color.
Lakes Region
Friday, March 11, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Half Day Happenings: Afternoon with a Mad Scientist

beakersStop by the library on early dismissal day to enjoy experimenting with our mad scientists.  Have fun with catapults, specimen identification, floating fun and more!

Floral City
Friday, March 11, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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Seven events will offer visitors an opportunity to participate in guided evening walks The Friends of the Crystal River Preserve State Parks, Inc., in partnership with... Read more

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Staff Assisted Services Schedule and Locations  CareerSource will roll out its Mobile Resource Unit (MOBY1) to the Homosassa Public Library to help residents of Citrus County find... Read more

September 20: Extension Services - Culin…

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September 20: Extension Services - Culinary Herbs - Growing and Cooking

Please join BJ Jarvis, from the UF IFAS Extension on for her program, "Culinary Herbs - Growing and Cooking." Discover the many flavorful herbs well-suited... Read more

Tobacco Cessation Class

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Tobacco Cessation Class

GulfCoast North Area Health Education Center is partnering with Citrus County Library System to provide a FREE 2-hour tobacco dependence seminar. Anyone interested in quitting... Read more

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