Short Description of the Event: Enjoy the town’s free big screen at our monthly showings with refreshments. Iris is a documentary by Albert Maysles about a quick-witted, flamboyantly dressed 93-year-old style maven who had had an outsized presence on the New York fashion...
Book Break starts tomorrow, January 18th at 12 noon in the Library's Large Meeting Room. Refreshments at 11:30am. The series will continue every Wednesday until its final session on March 8th. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Film Series starts Thursday. Now in its 17th year! Every Thursday at 2:00pm in the Library's Large Meeting Room. Refreshments at 1:00pm, Travelogue at 1:30pm. Schedule below.
Book Break lineup:
January 18 41: A Portrait of my Father by George W. Bush / Reviewed by Richard Geraghty
Short Description of Event: Be inspired! Experienced researchers Kimberly Morgan and Akosua Moore update what they’ve learned about a former slave and his many descendants through family lore, government records, and library materials. They offer tips to help you get started uncovering your own roots. Co-sponsor: Beaufort History Museum. Please register online here.
Time and Date of Event: Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 1 pm.
Location of Event: St. Helena Branch Library, 6355 Jonatha...
Starting in February, the Beaufort County Library’s St. Helena Branch is the site of the latest opening in a nationwide movement of Conversation Cafés. This open group welcomes everyone to join in on respectful and friendly discussions of topics that matter.
The Café will meet for the first time on Tuesday, February 7th at 5:30pm, and will continue to meet one evening per month at the library.
The first topic for discussion slated for February is What Are Your Hopes for 2017?
For more information, please contact Beaufort County Library Assistant Director Jan O’Rourke at 843-255-6464 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone is welcome to attend. No need to register. Conversation...
FRIENDS OF THE BEAUFORT LIBRARY ANNOUNCES 2017 BOOKS SANDWICHED IN SERIES
(BEAUFORT, SC) The popular Books Sandwiched In (BSI) series, sponsored by the Friends of the Beaufort Library (FOL), will return in January 2017 with local authors, well-known community leaders and Gullah experts lined up as presenters for this free event.
With a wide-range of book selection and subject matter, the series has attracted large audiences for the past 30 years. Held at the University of South Carolina Beaufort’s Center for the Performing Arts, the series schedule also leaves time after each presentation for audience questions and answers....
Family Literacy 360 is an initiative that uses the Parents and Children Together (PACT) model of instruction, was developed by Dr. Elizabeth Brinkerhoff, Assistant Professor and Assessment Coordinator at USCB Department of Education. The goal is to establish and sustain a network of common literacy services across Beaufort County addressing family literacy and providing skills promoting the growth of English capability within the family. The se...
Short Description of the event: In this club we will make a movie from start to finish. We will get to use camera equipment, editing software, and even a green screen! This program is for filmmakers ages 8-12.
Time and Date of the Event: Mondays, January 9 and 23 at 4:30 pm
Location of Event: Bluffton Branch Library 120 Palmetto Way Bluffton, SC 29910