Ongoing Series

“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together. "

Vincent Van Gogh

All events are free unless otherwise noted.
~Wednesdays~
2-5 pm
Amelia Island Knitters
~Thursdays~
10:30 am"
Mindfulness & Meditation"
~Saturdays~
10:30 am
Story Time with
Ms. Dearsha
~1st Mondays~
5 pm
Teen Poetry Slam
Next: 1/6
~1st Tuesdays~
10 am
Tuesday with Ted
Next: 2/14
~1st Thursdays~
5-6:15 pm
Book Group
Next: 2/6
~2nd Mondays~
10 am
Understanding
Our World
Next: 2/10
~2nd Tuesdays~
5 pm
Nola's Poetry Canteen
Next: 2/11
~2nd Saturdays~
5-7 pm
ArtRageous Art Walk
Next: 2/8
~3rd Fridays~
7 pm
Cinema &
Conversation
Next: 1/17
~3rd Saturdays~
12 Noon
Art Critique
Next: 1/18
~4th Tuesdays~
4 pm
Amelia Island Writers
Next: 1/28
~4th Saturdays~
3 pm
Seaside Strummers
Next: 1/25

Story Time with Ms. Dearsha

Saturdays at 10:30 am

Come listen to a story and do a fun craft with Ms. Dearsha, our Children's Department Specialist. Free and open to all. Every Saturday at 10:30. Visit the Kids page for details and featured books.

Amelia Island Knitters

Wednesdays,  2-5 pm

Love to knit and socialize with others who share your passion? You're welcome to join this group that meets every Wednesday. For more information, contact Anne Smith (904-362-7890) or Ann Hanner (904-206-1137).

Mindfulness & Meditation

Thursdays at 10 am

Learn and practice a new meditation technique for inner peace and calm and embark on a healing journey into the meditative sounds of crystal singing bowls with Valerie Brandt.

Mindfulness & Meditation: Healing Yoga with Karen

Thursday, January 16 at 10 am

Certified Yoga Therapist/ Registered 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Karen Klima will introduce you to a variety of yoga practices and movements for your health and wellness. No equipment is necessary. Loose clothing and easy access to bare feet are recommended. You will be standing or in a chair, not on the floor.

Cinema & Conversation

Friday, January 17 at 7 pm

“Movies with a message” that will leave you wanting to talk about it … just what we do after the film ends! The discussion will also touch on the ways the director used this experience to share the joys of film-making. There's no charge to attend, but donations to offset Motion Picture Licensing fees are gratefully accepted.

Art Critique

Saturday, January 18 at 12 noon

Enjoy lunch and perhaps a glass of wine, browse books and have your art critiqued ... or come to observe. Everyone is welcome,
 

Mindfulness & Meditation: Healing Yoga with Valerie

Thursday, January 23 at 10 am

Learn and practice a new meditation technique for inner peace.

Seaside Strummers Ukulele Club

Saturday, January 25 at 3 pm

Seaside Strummers Ukulele Club for kids and teens meets. Share your interest in the hottest instrument on the music scene at this kid-friendly jam. Instruments available for beginners.

Mindfulness & Meditation: Healing Yoga with Karen

Thursday, January 30 at 10 am

Certified Yoga Therapist/ Registered 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Karen Klima will introduce you to a variety of yoga practices and movements for your health and wellness. No equipment is necessary. Loose clothing and easy access to bare feet are recommended. You will be standing or in a chair, not on the floor.

Teen Poetry Slam

Monday, February 3  at 5 pm 

Join Allie Jay and friends to share favorite poems or something you’ve written.

Tuesday with TED

Tuesday, February 4 at 10 am

TED is a nonprofit organization with the belief in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and, ultimately, the world. TED talks, which span a wide array of timely topics that cover Technology, Education, and Design, have been viewed by millions of people across the globe. If you believe in civil conversation, shared goals, and our ability to learn from one another, come on the first Tuesday of the month at 10 am to watch a TED talk (18 minutes or less), followed by a facilitated short discussion after. Let’s engage in the fine art of conversation and learn from one another.

Story & Song Book Group

Thursday, February 6 • 5-6:15 pm 

The Story & Song Book Group will meet to discuss Washington Black by Esi Edugyan.

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ArtRageous Art Walk

Saturday, February 8 • 5-7 pm
Visit participating art galleries around town, including our own “Second Story.” 

Understanding Our World

Monday, February 10 at 10 am

The Library Book by Susan Orlean

Come join our non-fiction book discussion facilitated by Nancy Dickson. 

We'll explore the ways in which biology and history have defined us and enhanced our understanding of what it means to be "human." 
 

Nola's Poetry Canteen

Tuesday, February 11 at 5 pm
Poetry Canteen with Nola Perez and friends. Poetry comes in so many different forms and in one evening we can laugh, cry, and sigh. Bring a poem, one you like or maybe one you have written, to read out loud. Our Amelia Island poet and author Nola Perez will lead the group each second Tuesday of the month from 5 to 6 pm.

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Ample parking!

Park in the large parking lot behind our building.

After business hours, feel free to park across Park Avenue where you’ll find two additional large parking areas.

 

Elevator

The first level of Story & Song is accessible.

If you would like to use the elevator to The Second Story, please use the middle entrance of the building to our west.

Story & Song Neighborhood Bookstore Bistro

1430 Park Avenue :: Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

(904) 601-2118

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