What's Happening in February

St. Thomas Public Library

Need something to keep you busy during these dreary winter months? Your library can help! If you just want something new to read, our friendly staff can help you find the perfect thing. Want to connect with more people, have fun, and learn something new? Take part in one of our programs! Check out the full program guide, STaPLe, at the link below:

Closures and Service Notices

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SERVICE NOTICE:

Library windows are being replaced during the month of February. While we're doing our best to minimize disruption to you, we expect certain areas of the library will be inaccessible during window replacement. Watch our website or social media for daily updates! Thanks for your patience.

Fun for Everyone!

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Adult & Teen Programs

Book Clubs

STPL Book Club

Tuesday, February 4 | 10 - 11:30 a.m.

February's book is Washington Black by Esi Edugyan. Ask at the Main Desk for a copy!


Tuesday Evening Book Club

Tuesday, February 11 | 7 - 8:30 p.m.

February's book is The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah. Ask at the Main Desk for a copy!

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Film Night: Pain & Glory

Thursday, February 20

6 - 8 p.m.

Carnegie Room, Lower Level


Join us for a free movie! February's movie is Pain & Glory. Afflicted with creative stagnancy and a cluster of physical ailments, Salvador finds himself drifting into uncharted waters when a revival screening of his controversial classic Sabor reunites him with the film's star, Alberto. Rated R.

PAIN AND GLORY | Official Trailer HD (2019)

#STPLWinterSnaps Winter Photo Challenge

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Teen Advisory Board

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Creators' Corner

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Children

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Builder Mania

Mondays

February 3 10, 24

4 - 7 p.m.

Ingram Room, Lower Level

No registration required!


Join us for weekly building challenges or create something of your own using your imagination! Ages 5+.

Young Writers' Club

Thursday, February 6, 13, 20, 27

7 - 8:15 p.m.

Ingram Room, Lower Level

No registration required!


Young Writers' Club members craft stories in many categories including adventure, fantasy, mystery, non-fiction, poetry, and more! We create graphic novels, magazines, short stories, and newspapers. Enjoy writing independently and together with others. Ages 8+.