Contact: FriendsBeaufort@gmail.com If you’re harboring some potentially rare and unique treasures amongst your books and papers, bring them to the Beaufort Branch Library at 311 Scott Street on Saturday, March 11th between 9:00am and 2:00pm for an assessment. Renowned book experts Kinsey Baker, David Anderson, and Wilson McIntosh will be on hand to tell whether you have something really special or just another book or scrap that has meaning to you. The event is sponsored by
Violin Class with Na You Short Description of the event: Come to join the free professional and fun violin class, you would explore the new violin world and enjoy the fascinating music. This event is for all ages interested in learning. Time and Date of the Event: Saturday, March 4 at 11:00am Location of Event: Bluffton Branch Library 120 Palmetto Way Bluffton, SC 29910 Price of the Event: Free Contact Information: 843-255-6510, email@example.com Website: beaufortcountylibr
Conversation Café: How Do We Create Community? Short Description of Event: Talk with neighbors about things that matter over a cup of coffee or tea. Sessions are open, hosted, drop-in conversations among people with diverse views and a shared passion for engaging others. March’s topic is How do we create community? Adults and ages 12 and up. Time and Date of Event: Tuesday, March 7 at 5:30pm Location of Event: Community Meeting Room, St. Helena Branch Library, 6355 Jonathan
Spring into Music Short Description of the Event: Lowcountry Flutes bring their rapid-fire musical treats and enchanting harmonies back to the library. These flautists play classical, jazz, and fun movie themes. Come listen to old favorites and new pieces played just for you by this popular group. Time and Date of the Event: Thursday, March 23, 2017 5:30pm-6:30pm Price of the Event: Free Contact Information: Lauren Read, 843-255-6531, firstname.lastname@example.org Big Screen Matinee Shor
Article Published on EatSleepPlayBeaufort.com on January 30, 2017 After 23 years without a bookmobile, the Beaufort County Library is gearing up to get “on the road again” this Spring. When Beaufort County Council approved the purchase of a new bookmobile last June, library staff jumped into high gear to have a new bookmobile stocked, staffed, and on the road in 2017. The brand-new Beaufort County Bookmobile is tentatively set to hit the streets by the end of April. While the
The Beaufort District Collection (BDC) participates in the Reconstruction Era Living History Encampment and highlights military history in March. Event Name: “Civil War Medicine: What They Never Told You” Short Description of Event: Re-enactor Dave Smoot shares the real story of Civil War medicine based on medical practices and manuals of the period throughout the day. Co-sponsor: Beaufort History Museum. Time and Date of Event: Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 9 am – 4:30 pm Loca
All branches will be closed Wednesday, October 6 for staff work day.