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Download a copy of our September Flyer here!

Hispanic Heritage Month Events in the Village:

Noon to 3pm Saturday, Sept.29 - Family Fun Day at the Fountain: 
Bounce houses, food truck, Kona Ice, Mini soccer clinic for children, music and more.

Enjoy spoken word, music, art and dance at the Library:
3:30pm Saturday, Sept. 22 - Remembering My Country, Part I
3:30pm Saturday, Sept 29 - Remembering My Country, Part II
4:30pm Saturday, Sept 29 - La Tuna with Gustavo Uribe (Okeeheelee Middle)
2:00pm Saturday, Oct. 6 - Presentation of the book Clonarte 
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Learn a Language with Mango!

English Café - English conversation hour to practice English speaking skills.
10am Saturday, Sept. 1 and Sept.15
6pm Tuesday, Sept. 25

Essay and art contest opportunity for K-12 students through the Governor's Office.

Read Together Palm Beach County is BACK!
Discuss the book Best State Ever: A Florida Man Defends His Homeland by Dave Barry on Tuesday September 25 at 4pm with key lime pie sponsored by the Friends. 

Read Together Tie-in Events:
Adult Coloring - Florida Wildlife:  September 20 at 3pm
Color your cares away every third Thursday of the month. New pages on card stock almost every month. Check monthly flyer for themes. 

English Café - Theme: Florida, Tuesday September 25 at 4pm

Bilingual Preschool Storytime: Discover Florida! Wednesday, Sept. 26
at 10:30am

COMING SOON IN OCTOBER, Saturday October 27:
10:30 am - Not So Spooky Storytime - costumes and fun stories
12 - 2 pm - TAB 3rd Annual Haunted House for tweens and teens!
Monthly Programs:

Tertulias Literarias - Se complacen en invitarles a nuestro programa Tertulias Literarias el segundo lunes de cada mes a las 6:00 p.m. Tertulias Literarias con El Alma Hispana, Inc. y la Biblioteca de Palm Springs, cultivando la dedicación a las letras, apoyando la lectura en los amantes de la misma. ¡Incríbase ya!

CCG Collectible Card Games Club:  Second Saturday of every month from 1-3pm tweens get together to battle, trade and play Pokémon, Dragon Ball Z, and other card games. Also: Pokken Tournament on Nintendo Switch.

Staff Picks Book Group August 2nd
at 3:30pm
Explore a different book with us each month in this relaxed setting. The books are available in print and eBook formats at the library. Light refreshments will be served. For more information visit the Book Discussion page.

Make A Difference this year by Joining the Friends
Your membership and other donations provides refreshments and prizes for which in turn encourages youth participation at this positive community place. Their experience here at the library could be life changing! Don't delay - join today! Make your checks payable to the: "Friends of the Palm Springs Library". 

Folk Club -  first and third Saturday, 1-3 pm
Play an acoustical instrument? Join this Friends of the Palm Springs Library group to play and sing folk songs.

SCBWI - second Saturday of every month from 9:30 am - Noon
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, a sponsor of the Friends of the Palm Springs Library meet to critique members' work in all children's genres, Picture Books to YA. They also share publishing news and workshop opportunities. Members range from inexperienced to those who have many books published and are open for new members. 

AAUW - first Saturday of every month at 9:30am
Palm Beach County branch of American Association of University Women is another of our Friends partner organizations. AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since 1881. They are a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of women and their families by breaking down educational and economic barriers for women and girls.  

Facility Resources
Study rooms are available for use by two to four people. For those working on school projects, two homework rooms offer internet access. Sixteen computers are available for adults and five computers for children.

A large meeting room and a smaller conference room are available for public use by reservation only. Library director approval is required, please refer to our meeting room policy for more details.

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Suvi Manner


217 Cypress Lane
Palm Springs, FL 33461

Ph: (561) 965-2204
Fx: (561) 964-2803

Monday - Thursday
9:00 am - 8:30 pm

Friday - Saturday
9:00 am - 5:30 pm

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