Watch an Activity Online
The library is now offering activities to attend online. Preregister online and receive the login information for your activity, then click on the link provided here to download Zoom and attend.Zoom Instructions For Participants (PDF) May & June Digital Technology Class Calendar (PDF)
New and Noteworthy
Get a sneak peek at fiction and nonfiction new releases coming out July 16-31. We'll discuss titles from a wide range of genres so that you can place holds early for the books that spark your interest. Presented by Okeechobee Boulevard Branch.
Kid Lit Trivia : Middle-Grade Book Series
Explore a variety of books and genres to add to your summer reading list. Download the trivia prep guide for a head start, gift cards for the winners. Ages 8-12. Presented by Belle Glade Branch.
The ABCDs of Water Safety
Regardless of one’s age, race, gender, socioeconomic background and swimming capability a drowning can occur. Learn the ABCDs of drowning prevention to be Water Safe and Water Smart year-round in Palm Beach County! Presented by the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County. Presented by Community Engagement.
Learn the basics of video editing using Apple's popular iMovie software. Presented by Main Library.
Fun in the Sun: Solar Arts & Crafts
School is out and summer is in! Soak up the sunshine while we make bracelets and sun prints. Kits will be available at the Acreage Branch Library. Young children may need to team up with a parent or guardian. Ages 6-10. Presented by Acreage Branch.
In these workshops you'll learn how to make your very own video games and projects with code! Elementary schoolers are invited to join and learn the basics of computer science through an interactive weekly workshop. canCode teaches using Scratch, a free online platform developed by MIT to teach beginners the basics of computer programming. Learn more about canCode on our website (www.canCode.us) or follow us on Facebook/Instagram @canCodeus Grades 2-5. Presented by Main Library.
Crafts for Kids
Pick up a kit from the children's desk at the West Boynton Branch -or- print (and cut out) the attached PDF file from home and gather with us virtually to assemble some jammin' June crafts! Ages 5-10. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Roots We Eat
Learn about a variety of edible roots and tubers that can be grown in your home garden. Ages 16 & up. Presented by Acreage Branch.
Cooking the Books: Juneteenth Celebration!
Juneteenth commemorates the day that enslaved people in Texas were informed that they were free-- two and half years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed! Learn a new recipe steeped in a rich cultural heritage that you can share with family and friends Presented by Main Library.
Yoga for All
Begin or continue your yoga journey with Jade Wonzo in an inclusive (online) space that recognizes the beauty in all shapes, sizes, colors, identities, and abilities. To get the most out of each session, you'll need a yoga mat (or towel), water to hydrate, and a quiet space to move around. Presented by Community Engagement.
Are you up for the Challenge: Let's Play! Drawasaurs
Are you a trivia master? Come hang out with other fanatics as we try to draw and guess Disney Movie Titles electronically on Drawasaurs! How many do you think you'll be able to guess or even more of challenge, draw? Ages 10 & up. Presented by Okeechobee Boulevard Branch.
The Read - Queer Teen Book Discussion
Join us as we partner with Compass Community Center for our queer teen book club! Share a favorite book of yours and hear about some others. Did we mention you get volunteer service hours? Ages 12-18. Presented by Acreage Branch.
All Around the House of S.T.E.A.M
Get ready for fun with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math! Pick up a take home kit at the Main library Ages 5 & up. Presented by Main Library.
Get practice using Zoom. Learn how to use your webcam, microphone, chat, and screen share. Presented by Hagen Ranch Road Branch.
Chair Yoga for All
One of the gentlest forms of yoga, attendees will be led through centering, breathing exercises, joint mobilization, stretches, and body awareness activities while sitting or using a chair for support. Presented by Community Engagement.
Teen Volunteer Book Club to Book Discussion - Teen Volunteer Hours
Be Prepared by Vera Brosgol is a funny summer-camp story with a culturally specific slant. All Vera wants to do is fit in—but that’s not easy for a Russian girl in the suburbs. Vera’s single mother can’t afford summer camp that all her friends are attending, but there is one summer camp in her price range—a Russian summer camp! This #ownvoices graphic novel represents a Russian American voice! Ages 12 & up. Presented by Main Library.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Unwind and check in with the library! Plan and develop future events, brainstorm new ideas and areas of interest. Earn community service hours. Grades 6-12. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Settle in to read with Ms. Amanda as she leads you in this delightful story time just for preschoolers! Your child will develop early literacy skills through picture books, songs, and flannel boards. Ms. Amanda will create a love of reading in your child with her sweet and thoughtful approach in this charming story time series. Ages 3-5. Presented by Main Library.
Alphabet Adventures - V
Is your child showing an interest in learning to read? Take the first steps with us on this early literacy escapade. Participate in a variety of activities that correspond with a different letter of the alphabet each week! Ages 3-6. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Becoming Aware Today...To Better You Tomorrow
A lecture on how to optimize your brain health through food and healthy lifestyle choices. Presented by the Center for Brain Health at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Presented by Main Library.