Live Virtual Programs
Enjoy weekly programs from the Alachua County Library District on Zoom. Advanced registration is not required unless noted below. You can also find links to most live programs through our Facebook events.
Join us for a lunchtime Story Time with Ms. Stephanie and Ms. Diana from the Tower Road Branch. We will read books to uplift, inspire and empower girls! March is National Women's History Month and we want to celebrate girls and women. Miss Stephanie will also share the craft of the week available with Story Time in a Bag. We hope you can join us!
Millhopper Book Club with Beth - Adults
Come enjoy reading and virtually discussing newer fiction and nonfiction titles. In March, in celebration of Women's History Month, the club will be discussing Diane Chamberlain's, Big Lies in a Small Town.
We love reading the best new YA fantasy and sci-fi, but also enjoy slice of life novels and great bios. We'll even through in the occasional graphic novel for fun! This month, we will be reading and discussing This is My America by Kim Johnson.
Between the Covers is a romance book club featuring diverse titles about smart individuals finding respect and love without compromise. We will be reading and discussing A Cowboy to Remember by Rebekah Weatherspoon.
Level Up Book Club - Adults
Learning how to lead and manage? Join the Level Up Book Club for a series of skill-building book discussions presented in partnership with the Greater Gainesville Chamber. We will be reading and discussing Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman.
High Springs Book Club with Joanne - Adults
In March we will meet to discuss Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano, a fictional account recreating a real-life event of a plane crash survivor. The story is quilted together using time to expand our understanding of the lives of the passengers. We will meet to discuss our impressions and to make further book recommendations.
Animals that Drive with Ms. Teresa - Preschool
Sometimes it seems like a jungle out there on the road! Join us for stories and songs to see what it's like when animals get behind the wheel. This is just right for preschoolers (and their adults!)
Diversity Reads Book Club with Assh - Adults
A time to discuss the intricacies of falling in and out of love and how we can stand in the way of our own happiness. We will be reading and discussing Normal People by Sally Rooney.
NEA Book Discussion: Finding Wonders with Ms. Lisely - School Age
Good books broaden our horizons and inspire new conversations, no matter where we are! Join the Florida Museum of Natural History and the Alachua County Library District for the National Endowmen for the Arts Big Read, a series of events building community while lifting the voices of women in science! Finding Wonders: Three Girls Who Changed Science by Jeannie Atkins is a novel celebrating the lives of three girls in three different time periods who grew up to become scientists.
Zine @ Home with Ms. Meaghan - Teens
DIY books for activism and advocacy have the potential to be fun, funny, funky, and more! Join in to connect with the history, evolution, and future of Zines and build your very own mini-book. Hear more about books and library resources to further your skills and build a book all your own.
April Schedule - Check back soon!