Attention kids and parents! The St. Pete Beach Public Library is inviting toddlers to learn numbers, colors, and the alphabet through songs, stories, and movement at a story time event. -AB Photo via Pxhere.
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Local historian David Busch discusses the role of President McKinley and U.S. activities during the 1890s. Dive into this piece of American history free of cost. -AB Photo via Pxhere.
Help build your business at the St. Pete Beach Library, learn about coyote safety and learn about reclaimed water restrictions on the beach.
One last craft sess’ before it’s back to school time for the kiddos. Spend a Wednesday making apple sun catchers at the St. Pete Beach Library to celebrate the last weeks of summer. This is programing for kids three and up, but everyone is welcome to use the safety scissors. -AB Photo via Pxhere.
Beat the beach heat and settle in for a showing of Born a Champion- a film centered around the fight for justice by a former marine ring-fighter. The St. Pete Beach Library is offering this afternoon kick-back at no charge. -AB Photo via Pxhere.
The St. Pete Beach Public Library is your place to register to vote and stay up to date this year. Be responsible, stay involved. –AB Photo via Pxhere.
A $2.1 million renovation of the new St. Pete Beach Library is almost complete, with a nod to the architect’s original vision. The library reopened March 1.
In the meantime, if you’re looking for something for the kids to do, visit the library webpage for interactives to entertain and educate.