Decorate a pumpkin or gourd - real or artificial - any way you like: glue, paint, decoupage, or all of the above! Bring your pumpkin to the library by Wednesday, October 23. Judging will take place from October 24 - October 30 by the Edgewater Library community. Winners will be announced on October 31.
Age categories: Children ages 3-7, ages 8-12, Teens ages 13-17, and Adults 18 and up. Winners in each category will win a prize!
Contest rules and entry forms available at the library!
Visit us in the library classroom for computer assistance. Services offered include basic computer skill assistance towards enhancing job search, Internet access for job searches and completing applications, E-mail account set-up assistance, cover letter & resume editing, and access to online eGov applications such as: Unemployment claims, Food or housing assistance, Social Security, Medicaid, Affordable Care Act.
Servicios que ofrecemos: Asistencia básica con la computadora para mejorar su potencial de buscar empleo, acceso al Internet para buscar y llenar solicitudes de empleo, asistencia para abrir una cuenta de correo electrónico gratuíto, revision y asistencia en componer su currículo y cartas de presentación para un empleo, acceso y asistencia con programas de la biblioteca para aprender inglés y mucho más. También ofrecemos acceso en línea para solicitudes del gobierno para programas como: Reclamos de Desempleo, Asistencia Alimentaria y de Alojamiento, Seguro Social, Medicaid y el "Affordable Care Act."
Listen and learn while the librarian shares
fun and funny books and songs. Each week has a different theme to explore. Parents and children enjoy a special time reading together, while waiting for "Shake it UP!" to begin. Children 2 – 6 years and their caregiver.
Mother Goose on the Loose is an interactive storytime designed for children ages 0-18 months. Children and caregivers experience nursery rhymes, stories, fingerplays, and music in a fun and engaging environment. Older brothers and sisters are welcome.
can celebrate "Healthy Happens in Libraries" month by attending this
program and the storytime that follows it! A music-filled fun fitness
program designed to help build coordination, motor skills, rhythm and
flexibility. Geared for children 3 to 5 years old and their
caregivers. It lasts only about 20-25 minutes, and we hope participants
will stay for our Ready-to-Learn Pre-K Storytime at 10:30. Groups and
day cares are asked to call libraries in advance to pre-register for
Want to join your friends in the summer reading challenge? Having trouble finding selections for your Book Club? Or, just running out of favorite reads? Your library has the tools to help you find your next adventure, mystery, romance.... Take a peek!
A special storytime for babies that are just beginning to
walk (up until 24 months) & their caregivers. Books, rhymes, music,
toys, movement, sensory activities, rhythms, and other age-appropriate
Little Readers Storytime: Get Ready for Kindergarten consists of books, songs, rhymes and flannel board stories for toddlers and preschoolers. Activities to help build Kindergarten readiness skills will follow storytime. Ages 18 months - 5 years old.
A storytime especially for children 3 to 5 years old and their
caregivers. Stories, flannel stories, puppets, songs, rhymes,
interactive & sensory activities, music-making, early literacy
activities and much more! The program usually lasts 30-40 minutes. All
of our storytimes this month will have something to do with health in
honor of our "Health Happens in Libraries" month.
Today our stories will be about the 5 senses: seeing, hearing, smelling, touching and tasting.
This first half of this program will focus on Healthy Living apps. Apps that will help you lead a healthier life.
The remainder of the program will focus on traditional
eLab assistance: basic computer skill assistance towards enhancing job search; Internet
access for job searches and completing applications; e-mail account set-up
assistance; cover letter & resume editing; and access to online eGov
applications. Walk-ins welcome! First come, first helped.
For Health Happens in Libraries month, the Daytona Beach Regional
Library is showing documentaries about health during the month of
October. Today's Documentary:
How Safe Are We
During the past century, life expectancy more than doubled in developed
countries. However, in the last few decades, 30 new infectious diseases
have emerged. One of them, AIDS, is perhaps the most devastating
epidemic in history. This program examines the most critical threats we
face today and the pressing need to strengthen global public health
Modern-folk duo Friction Farm is a husband and wife team of traveling troubadours. Aidan Quinn and Christine Stay combine storytelling, social commentary and humor to create songs of everyday life, local heroes, and quirky observations. From ballads to anthems each song is filled with harmony and hope.
Friction Farm’s lyrically rich, harmony-driven songs have earned them spots as Kerrville New Folk Finalists and Falcon Ridge Emerging Artists. They are winners of the South Florida Folk Festival songwriter competition and have performed as official showcase artists at the Southeast, Southwest, and Northeast Regional Folk Alliance Conferences.
Performing internationally and throughout the US, Friction Farm feels at home on the road and on stage. Audiences lean into their stories, laugh at their humor, are inspired to do a little good in the world, and sing along once in a while.
Introduction to iPad: A crash course to your iPad including set up, basic functions, applications, and how to keep your account and device safe. Also good for iPhones! Feel free to bring your device and any questions you have with you. Call the Information Desk to register, 386-322-5152, option 4.