Main Library Grand Reopening Sunday, Nov. 14
After two years of renovation and construction, the St. Joe County Public Library is excited to open the doors of the Main Library and Community Learning Center to welcome you inside. See the new children’s area, teen space and fiction section on the first floor, the expanded Studio 304, the Gallery and the Commons, the Reading Room, study rooms and classrooms on the second and third floors of the Library.
Experience your new library. We’re looking forward to welcoming you back!
Schedule of Events
Main Library reopens. Community members are invited to take a guided tour or explore the Library on their own. Visit the smART Box and learn about the history of the Library, and see some of the best work of local amateur and professional photographers displayed in the Gallery.
The 250-seat auditorium opens for the inaugural performance.
Fischoff’s S.A.M. I Am – Stories And Music, Featuring a performance by the Thalea String Quartet
Library and Community Learning Center closes
With performances across North America, Europe, and China, the members of the Thalea String Quartet have been celebrated for their innovative approach to education and community engagement.
Pioneers of virtual educational programming, the Thalea String Quartet has developed a variety of digital content, including two digital video series for students of all ages. The quartet are the winners of the 2021 Ann Divine Educator Award from the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.