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Stellar Summer Reading Stats 2019!

Summer Reading Stats, Jacksonville Public Library, A Universe of Stories

The results are in! A little bit of reading each and every day seriously goes a long way, and you can see that in our Summer Reading Program 2019 stats. This summer, we invited children, teens, and adults to embark on a journey into A Universe of Stories. We read stellar books, enjoyed out-of-this-world programs, and successfully stopped the summer slide!


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Open Call for Yearbook Donations

Jacksonville Public Library, Jacksonville Yearbooks, Jacksonville Public Library Yearbook Collection, Duval County Yearbooks, Paxon High 1976

The Jacksonville Public Library is initiating a project to expand our Yearbook Collection that is currently housed in Special Collections at the Main Library. Our goal is to gather as many of these time capsules as possible to curate an extensive collection that will be available to everyone in the Jacksonville community. But to do this, we need your help!


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Celestial Farms: A Sanctuary for Both Animals and People

Celestial Farms, Baby Goats, Jacksonville Animal Rescue

Animal lovers of Jacksonville— Celestial Farms is the spot for you. It's a farm that wears many hats, operating as an animal rescue, petting zoo, educational organizaiton, animal adoption agency, rehabilitation center, event venue, a fun place to bring the family, and so much more.


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Celebrating Woodstock 50

Woodstock 50, Woodstock, Woodstock Music, Woodstock Blog, Jacksonville Public Library

“They came in numbers no one could have anticipated to a field in upstate New York for three days of 'music and peace.' Now [half a century] has passed. The children of ‘69 have grown older; most have grown richer; a few perhaps, have grown wiser. They look back across the years and remember an event that some say defined their generation. And they wonder what it meant to have been at... Woodstock.”  


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