Schedule for upcoming Adult Crafts at the Key West branch.
Library News: Key West Library
Adult Crafting Corner at the Key West Library
Key West Library Book Club
The Key West Library Book Club meets at noon and 5 p.m. on the second Wednesday each month at the library. Here are our upcoming reads.
Food Waste to Flowers program at the Key West Library
Register your kids now to come to the Key West Library on Saturday, February 24, and learn how to minimize food waste. You’ll also get a milkweed seedling for your garden!
Music in the Palm Garden Series — Every Wednesday night at 6 PM from Jan. 17th through Feb. 14th
Join us in the Palm Garden, next to the Library on Fleming Street, every Wednesday through February 14 for a free concert. Seating is first-come, first served. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. In case of poor weather, the concert will be held inside the Library.
Music in the Palm Garden featuring Hungrytown — January 17th at 6 PM
Hungrytown released their self-titled debut album in in 2007, followed by Any Forgotten Thing in 2011, and Further West in 2015. Their fourth album, Circus for Sale, is forthcoming.
Checkmate! Check Out the Key West Library’s New Chess Club
Chess Club is open to all ages and experience levels. Everyone is welcome.
Parrot Storytime Is Back This Summer!!￼
In partnership with Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden, the Key West Public Library presets a new way to encourage children to read all summer long while volunteering in the community.
Parrot Storytime is a reading program where children check out books from the library and read to the Parrots at Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden.
Library Scouts Reading Program! A Scouts Troop For Everyone
You’ve heard of Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts – now the Key West Library is introducing Library Scouts, where kids can earn badges for reading and participating in STEAM activities!
Commemorating Dia de los Muertos on the ‘island of bones’
A special program starting at the Key West Library informed more than […]
Native American Heritage Month-Check out these great reads
November is Native American Heritage Month. Celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories of indigenous peoples by reading books from our recommended reading list. Check out our recommended reading list below mixed with wide variety of genres —drama, memoirs, young adult fiction.