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Sunday June 17, 2018 to Thursday June 21, 2018

Sunday June 17, 2018 1 Event

St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge Returns

St. Lucie County St. Lucie County
Date: Friday June 1, 2018 through Saturday August 4, 2018.
Category: Educational
The St. Lucie County Library System launches its Summer Reading Sensation Challenge with a Carnival Kickoff Party on Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at four branch libraries.
The Carnival Kickoff Party will feature games, crafts, music and more, giving students the opportunity to pick up their reading logs for chances to win lots of prizes. The Carnival Kickoff Party will take place at:
· Lakewood Park Branch, 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce / 772-462-6870
· Morningside Branch, 2410 Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie / 772 337-5632
· Susan B. Kilmer Branch, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce / 772-462-1615
· Zora Neale Hurston Branch, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce / 772-462-2154
The Libraries Rock Summer Reading Challenge takes place June 1 through Aug. 4 offering students a chance to win a free Kindle Fire (one will be given out at each of the seven branch libraries), as well as tickets to a special St. Lucie Mets game.
Students in kindergarten through 5th grade need to read at least 12 hours or 12 books and bring their completed log to any branch library. If they log 12 hours or 12 books over the summer, they’ll receive a Reading Medal and a voucher for a pair of St. Lucie Mets tickets. At six hours of reading (or six books) participants can bring their log to any branch and receive a popular youth book to keep.
Teens can also take part in the Summer Reading Challenge. Young adults (grades 6-12) need to read 16 books or for 16 hours and tell us your favorite moment in each book. When they turn in their completed log, they’ll be entered into their branch's grand prize drawing.
New this year is the addition of two new age groups: One for babies (My First Reading Log) and one for pre-school (Read to Me), thanks to grant from Baker & Taylor in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children.
The My First Reading Log is for newborns to 2-year-olds. Parents fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and receive a second reward for your baby.
For the pre-school students, the Read to Me Log is for ages 3 to 5. Again, parents help their children fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and rreceive a second reward for your child.
Participants of all ages are encouraged to attend the St. Lucie Mets Summer Reading Baseball Night on Friday, Aug. 3 at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Students can wear their medals to the ballpark, run the bases, get a chance to throw the first ball and watch the game with other Major League Readers!
The grand prize drawing for the Kindle Fire will take place at each branch on Friday, Aug. 10. Beginning June 1, student readers are invited to stop into any branch library to register and to pick up a reading log.
St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored Baker & Taylor, in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children, the Friends of the Library, the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County and St. Lucie Mets.
In addition to the reading challenge, the library will be hosting a variety of weekly programs throughout the summer. A schedule of all programs, along with details about the Summer Reading Challenge, can be found on the St. Lucie County Library System homepage www.stlucieco.gov/library or at any branch library location.

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Monday June 18, 2018 2 Events

Electronics Maker Bootcamp

Electronics Maker Bootcamp St. Lucie County
Date: Monday June 18, 2018 through Thursday June 21, 2018.
Time: 9:00 am
Location: LASER -TEC
Address: 3209 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce, Florida 34981
Category: Educational
Explore the world of electronic circuitry and how
different components alter the way it behaves.

Build prototype circuits on a breadboard and apply it
to a Printed Circuit Board (PCB).

Learn the art of soldering utilizing equipment used by
professionals.

Use professional test equipment found in most
industrial settings such as function generators,
oscilloscopes, multimeters and more.

AGES: 12-17
COST: $225

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St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge Returns

St. Lucie County St. Lucie County
Date: Friday June 1, 2018 through Saturday August 4, 2018.
Category: Educational
The St. Lucie County Library System launches its Summer Reading Sensation Challenge with a Carnival Kickoff Party on Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at four branch libraries.
The Carnival Kickoff Party will feature games, crafts, music and more, giving students the opportunity to pick up their reading logs for chances to win lots of prizes. The Carnival Kickoff Party will take place at:
· Lakewood Park Branch, 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce / 772-462-6870
· Morningside Branch, 2410 Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie / 772 337-5632
· Susan B. Kilmer Branch, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce / 772-462-1615
· Zora Neale Hurston Branch, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce / 772-462-2154
The Libraries Rock Summer Reading Challenge takes place June 1 through Aug. 4 offering students a chance to win a free Kindle Fire (one will be given out at each of the seven branch libraries), as well as tickets to a special St. Lucie Mets game.
Students in kindergarten through 5th grade need to read at least 12 hours or 12 books and bring their completed log to any branch library. If they log 12 hours or 12 books over the summer, they’ll receive a Reading Medal and a voucher for a pair of St. Lucie Mets tickets. At six hours of reading (or six books) participants can bring their log to any branch and receive a popular youth book to keep.
Teens can also take part in the Summer Reading Challenge. Young adults (grades 6-12) need to read 16 books or for 16 hours and tell us your favorite moment in each book. When they turn in their completed log, they’ll be entered into their branch's grand prize drawing.
New this year is the addition of two new age groups: One for babies (My First Reading Log) and one for pre-school (Read to Me), thanks to grant from Baker & Taylor in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children.
The My First Reading Log is for newborns to 2-year-olds. Parents fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and receive a second reward for your baby.
For the pre-school students, the Read to Me Log is for ages 3 to 5. Again, parents help their children fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and rreceive a second reward for your child.
Participants of all ages are encouraged to attend the St. Lucie Mets Summer Reading Baseball Night on Friday, Aug. 3 at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Students can wear their medals to the ballpark, run the bases, get a chance to throw the first ball and watch the game with other Major League Readers!
The grand prize drawing for the Kindle Fire will take place at each branch on Friday, Aug. 10. Beginning June 1, student readers are invited to stop into any branch library to register and to pick up a reading log.
St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored Baker & Taylor, in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children, the Friends of the Library, the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County and St. Lucie Mets.
In addition to the reading challenge, the library will be hosting a variety of weekly programs throughout the summer. A schedule of all programs, along with details about the Summer Reading Challenge, can be found on the St. Lucie County Library System homepage www.stlucieco.gov/library or at any branch library location.

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Tuesday June 19, 2018 3 Events

Electronics Maker Bootcamp

Electronics Maker Bootcamp St. Lucie County
Date: Monday June 18, 2018 through Thursday June 21, 2018.
Time: 9:00 am
Location: LASER -TEC
Address: 3209 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce, Florida 34981
Category: Educational
Explore the world of electronic circuitry and how
different components alter the way it behaves.

Build prototype circuits on a breadboard and apply it
to a Printed Circuit Board (PCB).

Learn the art of soldering utilizing equipment used by
professionals.

Use professional test equipment found in most
industrial settings such as function generators,
oscilloscopes, multimeters and more.

AGES: 12-17
COST: $225

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Social Media for Municipal Use

Social Media St. Lucie County
Date: Tuesday June 19, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Port St Lucie Parks & Recreation Community Center
Address: 2195 SE Airoso Blvd, Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34984
Category: Educational
Social media can be an effective tool to inform and engage residents. However, without proper policies and planning in place, it can spell disaster. Join us for this day-long regional workshop on social media for municipal use. Learn how to bolster your city’s online efforts so content is engaging while also protecting municipal interests. #getsocial #FLCU

Designed for elected municipal officials and staff, this course is free to Florida League of Cities members.

//This regional workshop is co-hosted by the Treasure Coast Regional League of Cities and the City of Port St. Lucie.//

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St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge Returns

St. Lucie County St. Lucie County
Date: Friday June 1, 2018 through Saturday August 4, 2018.
Category: Educational
The St. Lucie County Library System launches its Summer Reading Sensation Challenge with a Carnival Kickoff Party on Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at four branch libraries.
The Carnival Kickoff Party will feature games, crafts, music and more, giving students the opportunity to pick up their reading logs for chances to win lots of prizes. The Carnival Kickoff Party will take place at:
· Lakewood Park Branch, 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce / 772-462-6870
· Morningside Branch, 2410 Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie / 772 337-5632
· Susan B. Kilmer Branch, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce / 772-462-1615
· Zora Neale Hurston Branch, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce / 772-462-2154
The Libraries Rock Summer Reading Challenge takes place June 1 through Aug. 4 offering students a chance to win a free Kindle Fire (one will be given out at each of the seven branch libraries), as well as tickets to a special St. Lucie Mets game.
Students in kindergarten through 5th grade need to read at least 12 hours or 12 books and bring their completed log to any branch library. If they log 12 hours or 12 books over the summer, they’ll receive a Reading Medal and a voucher for a pair of St. Lucie Mets tickets. At six hours of reading (or six books) participants can bring their log to any branch and receive a popular youth book to keep.
Teens can also take part in the Summer Reading Challenge. Young adults (grades 6-12) need to read 16 books or for 16 hours and tell us your favorite moment in each book. When they turn in their completed log, they’ll be entered into their branch's grand prize drawing.
New this year is the addition of two new age groups: One for babies (My First Reading Log) and one for pre-school (Read to Me), thanks to grant from Baker & Taylor in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children.
The My First Reading Log is for newborns to 2-year-olds. Parents fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and receive a second reward for your baby.
For the pre-school students, the Read to Me Log is for ages 3 to 5. Again, parents help their children fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and rreceive a second reward for your child.
Participants of all ages are encouraged to attend the St. Lucie Mets Summer Reading Baseball Night on Friday, Aug. 3 at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Students can wear their medals to the ballpark, run the bases, get a chance to throw the first ball and watch the game with other Major League Readers!
The grand prize drawing for the Kindle Fire will take place at each branch on Friday, Aug. 10. Beginning June 1, student readers are invited to stop into any branch library to register and to pick up a reading log.
St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored Baker & Taylor, in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children, the Friends of the Library, the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County and St. Lucie Mets.
In addition to the reading challenge, the library will be hosting a variety of weekly programs throughout the summer. A schedule of all programs, along with details about the Summer Reading Challenge, can be found on the St. Lucie County Library System homepage www.stlucieco.gov/library or at any branch library location.

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Wednesday June 20, 2018 4 Events

Business Writing to Convince: Grants, Proposals, Bids and emails

Business Writing St. Lucie County
Date: Wednesday June 20, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Location: IRSC
Address: Main Campus, Fort Pierce, BCIE Building Y, Room 208
Category: Educational
From operating a small business to working in a government office, today’s communications involve more writing than ever—letters, emails, memos, flyers, reports, promotional material, proposals, bids, grants, and a wide range of documents. This course is an invaluable review of the core writing principles of business correspondence and office administration. You’ll learn from a certified and professional writer how to write concisely, convincingly, and correctly.

Up-date your Writing Skills Today!

INSTRUCTOR: Teri Pinney, MBA, GPC; Education and Grant Writing Consultant. A proven track record of grant writing projects for non-profit organizations and government entities! Certified grant writer by the Grant Professionals Association (formerly American Association of Grant Professionals) and the Grant Professional Certification Institute!




Target Audience:
This workshop is highly recommended for educators, people who work for governmental and nonprofit organizations. Any one that wants to up date or improve their writing skills.

Course Details:
Course Type: Continuing Education Institute, Licensing & Certifications
Length: Minimum of 4.00 hours
Format: Computer Lab Classroom
SIGN UP TODAY! Limited Seating! For more information Call Toll FREE 1.888.283.1177
Classes presented by the CCTI@IRSC are for personal enrichment, professional certification and licensing or continuing education purposes only. They do not qualify for college credit and therefore are not eligible for discounts, Florida pre-paid, State tuition waiver programs or funding for college level classes.

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Electronics Maker Bootcamp

Electronics Maker Bootcamp St. Lucie County
Date: Monday June 18, 2018 through Thursday June 21, 2018.
Time: 9:00 am
Location: LASER -TEC
Address: 3209 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce, Florida 34981
Category: Educational
Explore the world of electronic circuitry and how
different components alter the way it behaves.

Build prototype circuits on a breadboard and apply it
to a Printed Circuit Board (PCB).

Learn the art of soldering utilizing equipment used by
professionals.

Use professional test equipment found in most
industrial settings such as function generators,
oscilloscopes, multimeters and more.

AGES: 12-17
COST: $225

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St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge Returns

St. Lucie County St. Lucie County
Date: Friday June 1, 2018 through Saturday August 4, 2018.
Category: Educational
The St. Lucie County Library System launches its Summer Reading Sensation Challenge with a Carnival Kickoff Party on Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at four branch libraries.
The Carnival Kickoff Party will feature games, crafts, music and more, giving students the opportunity to pick up their reading logs for chances to win lots of prizes. The Carnival Kickoff Party will take place at:
· Lakewood Park Branch, 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce / 772-462-6870
· Morningside Branch, 2410 Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie / 772 337-5632
· Susan B. Kilmer Branch, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce / 772-462-1615
· Zora Neale Hurston Branch, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce / 772-462-2154
The Libraries Rock Summer Reading Challenge takes place June 1 through Aug. 4 offering students a chance to win a free Kindle Fire (one will be given out at each of the seven branch libraries), as well as tickets to a special St. Lucie Mets game.
Students in kindergarten through 5th grade need to read at least 12 hours or 12 books and bring their completed log to any branch library. If they log 12 hours or 12 books over the summer, they’ll receive a Reading Medal and a voucher for a pair of St. Lucie Mets tickets. At six hours of reading (or six books) participants can bring their log to any branch and receive a popular youth book to keep.
Teens can also take part in the Summer Reading Challenge. Young adults (grades 6-12) need to read 16 books or for 16 hours and tell us your favorite moment in each book. When they turn in their completed log, they’ll be entered into their branch's grand prize drawing.
New this year is the addition of two new age groups: One for babies (My First Reading Log) and one for pre-school (Read to Me), thanks to grant from Baker & Taylor in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children.
The My First Reading Log is for newborns to 2-year-olds. Parents fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and receive a second reward for your baby.
For the pre-school students, the Read to Me Log is for ages 3 to 5. Again, parents help their children fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and rreceive a second reward for your child.
Participants of all ages are encouraged to attend the St. Lucie Mets Summer Reading Baseball Night on Friday, Aug. 3 at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Students can wear their medals to the ballpark, run the bases, get a chance to throw the first ball and watch the game with other Major League Readers!
The grand prize drawing for the Kindle Fire will take place at each branch on Friday, Aug. 10. Beginning June 1, student readers are invited to stop into any branch library to register and to pick up a reading log.
St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored Baker & Taylor, in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children, the Friends of the Library, the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County and St. Lucie Mets.
In addition to the reading challenge, the library will be hosting a variety of weekly programs throughout the summer. A schedule of all programs, along with details about the Summer Reading Challenge, can be found on the St. Lucie County Library System homepage www.stlucieco.gov/library or at any branch library location.

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Thursday June 21, 2018 5 Events

Electronics Maker Bootcamp

Electronics Maker Bootcamp St. Lucie County
Date: Monday June 18, 2018 through Thursday June 21, 2018.
Time: 9:00 am
Location: LASER -TEC
Address: 3209 Virginia Ave, Fort Pierce, Florida 34981
Category: Educational
Explore the world of electronic circuitry and how
different components alter the way it behaves.

Build prototype circuits on a breadboard and apply it
to a Printed Circuit Board (PCB).

Learn the art of soldering utilizing equipment used by
professionals.

Use professional test equipment found in most
industrial settings such as function generators,
oscilloscopes, multimeters and more.

AGES: 12-17
COST: $225

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Learn English at the Lewis Library

St. Lucie County
Date: Event occurs every Thursday of every month.
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: The Paula A. Lewis Library
Address: 2950 SW Rosser Blvd. in Port St. Lucie
Category: Educational
Facilitated by volunteers from Learn to Read of St. Lucie County, these classes will allow participants to practice speaking English in an informal and supportive group and learn a new vocabulary. A basic knowledge of the English language is recommended for these free classes.
Space is limited to 10 participants. For details call Learn to Read at 772-464-2747.

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Port St. Lucie Library Offers English Classes

Port St. Lucie Library St. Lucie County
Date: Event occurs every Thursday of every month.
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Address: 180 Prima Vista Blvd.
Category: Educational
The Port St. Lucie Branch Library will host a six-week English Conversation Class on Thursdays.

Facilitated by volunteers from Learn to Read of St. Lucie County, these classes will allow participants to practice speaking English in an informal and supportive group and learn a new vocabulary. A basic knowledge of the English language is recommended for these free classes.
Space is limited to 10 participants. For details, call Learn to Read at 772-464-2747.

For additional information contact the Port St. Lucie library staff at 772-871-5450; email vancampa@stlucieco.org

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St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge Returns

St. Lucie County St. Lucie County
Date: Friday June 1, 2018 through Saturday August 4, 2018.
Category: Educational
The St. Lucie County Library System launches its Summer Reading Sensation Challenge with a Carnival Kickoff Party on Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at four branch libraries.
The Carnival Kickoff Party will feature games, crafts, music and more, giving students the opportunity to pick up their reading logs for chances to win lots of prizes. The Carnival Kickoff Party will take place at:
· Lakewood Park Branch, 7605 Santa Barbara Drive, Fort Pierce / 772-462-6870
· Morningside Branch, 2410 Morningside Blvd., Port St. Lucie / 772 337-5632
· Susan B. Kilmer Branch, 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce / 772-462-1615
· Zora Neale Hurston Branch, 3008 Avenue D, Fort Pierce / 772-462-2154
The Libraries Rock Summer Reading Challenge takes place June 1 through Aug. 4 offering students a chance to win a free Kindle Fire (one will be given out at each of the seven branch libraries), as well as tickets to a special St. Lucie Mets game.
Students in kindergarten through 5th grade need to read at least 12 hours or 12 books and bring their completed log to any branch library. If they log 12 hours or 12 books over the summer, they’ll receive a Reading Medal and a voucher for a pair of St. Lucie Mets tickets. At six hours of reading (or six books) participants can bring their log to any branch and receive a popular youth book to keep.
Teens can also take part in the Summer Reading Challenge. Young adults (grades 6-12) need to read 16 books or for 16 hours and tell us your favorite moment in each book. When they turn in their completed log, they’ll be entered into their branch's grand prize drawing.
New this year is the addition of two new age groups: One for babies (My First Reading Log) and one for pre-school (Read to Me), thanks to grant from Baker & Taylor in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children.
The My First Reading Log is for newborns to 2-year-olds. Parents fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and receive a second reward for your baby.
For the pre-school students, the Read to Me Log is for ages 3 to 5. Again, parents help their children fill out their activity logs for documenting reading, writing, signing and talking. After six activities are completed, bring your log to any branch and receive a reward for your baby to keep. After 12 activities are completed, bring the log to any branch and rreceive a second reward for your child.
Participants of all ages are encouraged to attend the St. Lucie Mets Summer Reading Baseball Night on Friday, Aug. 3 at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Students can wear their medals to the ballpark, run the bases, get a chance to throw the first ball and watch the game with other Major League Readers!
The grand prize drawing for the Kindle Fire will take place at each branch on Friday, Aug. 10. Beginning June 1, student readers are invited to stop into any branch library to register and to pick up a reading log.
St. Lucie County’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored Baker & Taylor, in conjunction with the Association to Library Service to Children, the Friends of the Library, the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County and St. Lucie Mets.
In addition to the reading challenge, the library will be hosting a variety of weekly programs throughout the summer. A schedule of all programs, along with details about the Summer Reading Challenge, can be found on the St. Lucie County Library System homepage www.stlucieco.gov/library or at any branch library location.

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