All Indian River County Libraries will be closed to the public until further notice!
Staff will be onsite at the Main, Brackett and the North IRC Libraries to continue to offer assistance as follows:
Summer programming may look a little different this year, but the Indian River County Library System is committed to encouraging kids and
teens to engage and keep reading this summer. The 2020 Summer Program will kick-off with the distribution of Summer Reading Incentive Packets on Monday, June 8th.
Your friendly neighborhood Spiderman will be assisting the Children’s department staff in handing out the bags at the IRC Main Library from 9:00am to 12:00pm, and from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the North IRC Library. The packets will be available for pick-up after the 8th, as supplies last. These packets encourage children to read in two ways. Kids can take the 1,000 minute challenge by placing a sticker on their Reading Log for every 20 minutes they read. When it is completed, they can turn their Reading Log in for a prize, as well as for a coupon for a free 3-D printed item of their choosing. A reading-themed Bingo card is also included in the packet. Kids can complete a row and earn a prize and be entered into a drawing for a gift card provided by the Friends of the Indian River County Library.
Patti Fuchs 772-770-5060 ext. 4132 firstname.lastname@example.org
Teens are invited to this interactive showing of a favorite movie. We will shout and snack along to the movie with a bag of surprises and instructions. Teens only (grades 6-12).
Jessica 772-770-5060 ext. 4121 email@example.com
Join us to celebrate the ratification of the 19th amendment and 100 years of Women's Right to Vote. The Indian River County Historical Society will present a short video on the local women's suffrage movement. After the presentation and discussion, attendees are invited to create their own suffragette buttons.
Stop in to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment and make your own buttons! Teens only (grades 6-12). All supplies provided.
Design and make your own buttons!
Sip a soda or juice while we provide step by step instructions so you can create your own masterpiece that you will get to take home. All supplies provided. Open to all teens (grades 6-12). Registration is requested. Spots are limited.
Every Monday and/or Tuesday through July 31st, families can
pick-up a Grab and Go Story Time packet at the IRC Main Library or North IRC
Library. This bag will include all the items needed to follow along with Ms.
Patti and friends, during their weekly virtual Story Time. The weekly program
will happen on Facebook Live on Wednesdays at 11:00am on the IRC Main Library Facebook page. www.facebook.com/IRCmainLibrary
It will remain posted throughout the week and can be viewed at your
convenience. The Grab and Go packets will include a paper stick puppet, craft
materials, and a list of all of the finger-plays and rhymes used in the Story
Time, as well as suggested books on that week’s theme. When you arrive at the library, call the Children's Department and they will bring it outside to you.
IRC Main Library 772 770 5060 ext 4131
North IRC Library 772 589 1355 ex 4523
Families can pick up their STEM kit at the IRC
Main Library or North IRC Library each Tuesday or Wednesday, June 9th through July 31st,. The Grab & Go STEM kit contains all of
the materials and instructions needed for that week’s experiment, as well as a
suggested reading list. Families can follow along as Ms. Patti explains and
demonstrates the project live on IRC Main Library Facebook page every Thursday
at 11:00am. www.facebook.com/IRCmainLibrary
Friends of the Library
Friends of the North IRC Library
Clerk of the Court
Supervisor of Elections