April 14: The Living Library present ‘Human Books’

April 14 is the last day of National Library Week, and April 14  will also be the day that something unique happens in St. Augustine!

Have you ever had a question, and while searching in a book or on the Internet yielded some answers, you really just wanted to talk to a person?  The Living Library is an opportunity to ask a “Human Book” the questions for which you have been seeking answers.

Come to the Crisp Ellert Art Museum from 2 to 4 p.m. April 14 to take part in The Living Library. This event is the result of a partnership between the St. Johns County Public Library System, Compassionate St. Augustine, and the Crisp Ellert Art Museum, 48 Sevilla St., on the Flagler College campus.

There will be 11 “Human Books” to talk with and ask questions on the following topics:

  • Jet Airplanes
  • Sustainable Food
  • Marineland Dolphin Adventure
  • HVAC Systems and Other Practical Stuff
  • Kenyan Coffee
  • Finding your Mojo Through Food and Art
  • Solar Power
  • Environmental Science
  • Peace and Mediation
  • Being a Modern Muslim Woman
  • Progressive Christianity

This event is free and open to the public, and is part of the Library System’s recognition of National Library Week. By bringing together people from all walks of life, the Library System wishes to communicate to everyone the importance of human interaction to the continued growth of knowledge, cultural understanding, and compassion in our community.

The Crisp Ellert Art Museum is located at 48 Sevilla Street, between the Flagler College Library and the Ringhaver Student Center. For further information about this event, contact Harold George at 904-827-6928 or hgeorge@sjcfl.us.


The St. Johns County Public Library system serves the community by providing access to technology, facilities, collections, programs and services that help people meet our mission: Connect, Learn, Enjoy @ Your Library. For more information on the St. Johns County Public Library System, visit sjcpls.org.

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