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  1. Walton County Life Enrichment Senior Center Calendar of Events

    December 1, 12:01 AM - December 31 @ 312 College Ave

  2. BCC Regular Meeting

    December 22, 9:00 AM @ DeFuniak Springs Courthouse Boardroom
    571 Nelson Ave
    DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435

  3. Christmas Holiday - Offices Closed

    December 24 - December 25

Around the County

  1. 2nd Annual NYE Celebration and Board Drop

    December 31, 8:00 PM, 2014 - January 1, 2015, 12:00 AM @ 2320 W County HWY 30A

    Redds Fueling Station hosts the event, featuring Redd, the singing bartender. $40 per person includes delicious buffet, 2 beverages of choice, champagne toast, party favors, and the show. We will "drop" the board at midnight, EST, 11pm CST. Reservations with deposit are required. 850-325-0252

Coastal Branch Library

  1. 'Geek' the Library Campaign at the Coastal Branch Library

    December 22, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    ‘Get Your Geek On” Coastal Branch Library Oct 13th –Dec 31, 2014 It’s Time to Get Your Geek On! Coastal Branch Library is taking part in “Geek the Library” campaign to raise awareness about the importance of library funding support. Coastal library community may soon add a new verb to their vocabulary- ‘geek.’ Geek the Library is a community based public awareness campaign. The campaign highlights what people are passionate about and how libraries can support them, in an effort to heighten awareness about the critical funding issues public libraries face. Geek the Library features local educational material that introduces ‘geek’ as a verb, and encourages the public to talk about what they ‘geek’ – whether it’s engineering, superheroes or art. The public awareness campaign illustrates the fact that everyone is passionate about something--- everyone ‘geeks’ something- and that the library supports them all. The campaign Web site, www.geekthelibrary.org, provides information abou

  2. Chess at the Coastal Library with Dan Owens

    December 22, 4:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    PRESS RELEASE “Chess with our Library Director” Mondays 4:00 pm Walton County Coastal Branch Library Meet our Library Director, Dan Owens with a game of chess in the library. All ages and levels of chess players are welcome. Mr. Owens will be in the library every Monday afternoon beginning at 4:00 pm for a game of chess excluding holidays and special occasions. Coastal Library is located off South 331 behind the South Walton Annex, 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach. Please call the Coastal Library for more information 850-267-2809.

  3. Lego Club for Kids at Coastal Library

    December 23, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    “Lego Club for Kids” Tuesdays 3:30 – 4:30 pm Walton County Coastal Branch Library Santa Rosa Beach, FL – Walton County Coastal Branch Library digs into Legos. Every Tuesday after school 3:30-4:30 pm. Join our Lego Club members for an exciting time of building Legos. This program geared towards elementary age children is free and open to the public. Join other Lego enthusiasts as you plan and build your very own Lego design to put on display here at the Coastal Branch Library. Subscribe to Lego Magazine for free monthly copies. Please call Deirdre Kelly for more information. (850) 267-2809, Coastal Library, 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach, FL, Go to http://www.youseemore.com/walton to search for your favorite book.

  4. Tai Chi Classes Offered at Coastal Library

    December 24, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    Local Tai Chi Courses Offered to Improve Health Tai chi for Arthritis is coming to the Coastal Library in Santa Rosa Beach! West Florida Area Health Education Center is providing these classes to adults 60 and older. Medical studies have shown tai chi improves balance, reduces falls, and slows down the loss of bone density. The gentle exercise strengthens muscles, improves stamina, blood circulation, balance, and relaxation and integrates the mind and body. Classes are led by a Tai Chi for Health certified instructor. Tai Chi for Health programs was created by Dr. Paul Lam, of Australia with help from a team of medical experts. Tai chi for Health courses are safe and effective, and participants of all ages report that the movements are easy to learn. Classes will be provided on Wednesdays, beginning on September 10th, from 1-2 p.m.

  5. Toddler Story Hour

    December 25, 10:00 AM @ 437 Greenway Trial

    “Toddler Story Hour” Thursday s 10:00 am Walton County Coastal Branch Library Santa Rosa Beach, FL – Walton County Coastal Branch Library Toddler Story Hour Resumes on September 4 –May every Thursday, 10:00 am. Visit the Library for fun stories, crafts, music and friends. Parents and caregivers with a heart for reading aloud to primary age children with a desire to participate are welcome volunteers. No registration is required. See you and your friends at the Coastal Library, 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach, www.youseemore.com/walton. Please call Shirles Johnson for more information 850-267-2809.

  6. Mommy and Me Yoga (ages 0-4)

    December 25, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    “Mommy and Me Yoga” (ages 0-4) Every Thursday 11:00 am – 11:30 am Walton County Coastal Branch Library Santa Rosa Beach, Walton County Coastal Branch Library offers Mommy and Me Yoga (ages 0-4) every Thursday following the preschool story time beginning at 11:00 am Ms. Lauren suggests kids bring a mat or towel and water. Ms. Lauren is a Kids Yoga teacher certified by Rainbow Kids Yoga. She is also a Reiki master and an Angel Therapy practitioner certified by Doreen Virtue. She has volunteered, mentored, and counseled kids since she was in the fifth grade. Her passion is connecting with children and getting them to embrace and let shine their light from within. For more information please call Ms. Lauren (850) 797-5417 or LEC2100@yahoo.com. Coastal Library, 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 850-267-2809, www.youseemore.com/walton

  7. Artists Group

    December 26, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    PRESS RELEASE “Artists Group” Fridays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Walton County Coastal Branch Library Santa Rosa Beach, Coastal Library welcomes artists of all levels to meet in the community room of the library and paint. Various art mediums are used and explored. This is an open forum of painters learning from each other, sharing their skills, dreams and smiles. Those interested in exploring art and the practice of painting are welcome to join and network. For more information please call Linda 850-267-2809, Coastal Library, 437 Greenway Trail, SRB.

  8. Artists Group

    December 26, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    PRESS RELEASE “Artists Group” Fridays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Walton County Coastal Branch Library Santa Rosa Beach, Coastal Library welcomes artists of all levels to meet in the community room of the library and paint. Various art mediums are used and explored. This is an open forum of painters learning from each other, sharing their skills, dreams and smiles. Those interested in exploring art and the practice of painting are welcome to join and network. For more information please call Linda 850-267-2809, Coastal Library, 437 Greenway Trail, SRB.

  9. 'Geek' the Library Campaign at the Coastal Branch Library

    December 29, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    ‘Get Your Geek On” Coastal Branch Library Oct 13th –Dec 31, 2014 It’s Time to Get Your Geek On! Coastal Branch Library is taking part in “Geek the Library” campaign to raise awareness about the importance of library funding support. Coastal library community may soon add a new verb to their vocabulary- ‘geek.’ Geek the Library is a community based public awareness campaign. The campaign highlights what people are passionate about and how libraries can support them, in an effort to heighten awareness about the critical funding issues public libraries face. Geek the Library features local educational material that introduces ‘geek’ as a verb, and encourages the public to talk about what they ‘geek’ – whether it’s engineering, superheroes or art. The public awareness campaign illustrates the fact that everyone is passionate about something--- everyone ‘geeks’ something- and that the library supports them all. The campaign Web site, www.geekthelibrary.org, provides information abou

  10. Chess at the Coastal Library with Dan Owens

    December 29, 4:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    PRESS RELEASE “Chess with our Library Director” Mondays 4:00 pm Walton County Coastal Branch Library Meet our Library Director, Dan Owens with a game of chess in the library. All ages and levels of chess players are welcome. Mr. Owens will be in the library every Monday afternoon beginning at 4:00 pm for a game of chess excluding holidays and special occasions. Coastal Library is located off South 331 behind the South Walton Annex, 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach. Please call the Coastal Library for more information 850-267-2809.

  11. Lego Club for Kids at Coastal Library

    December 30, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    “Lego Club for Kids” Tuesdays 3:30 – 4:30 pm Walton County Coastal Branch Library Santa Rosa Beach, FL – Walton County Coastal Branch Library digs into Legos. Every Tuesday after school 3:30-4:30 pm. Join our Lego Club members for an exciting time of building Legos. This program geared towards elementary age children is free and open to the public. Join other Lego enthusiasts as you plan and build your very own Lego design to put on display here at the Coastal Branch Library. Subscribe to Lego Magazine for free monthly copies. Please call Deirdre Kelly for more information. (850) 267-2809, Coastal Library, 437 Greenway Trail, Santa Rosa Beach, FL, Go to http://www.youseemore.com/walton to search for your favorite book.

  12. Tai Chi Classes Offered at Coastal Library

    December 31, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ 437 Greenway Trail

    Local Tai Chi Courses Offered to Improve Health Tai chi for Arthritis is coming to the Coastal Library in Santa Rosa Beach! West Florida Area Health Education Center is providing these classes to adults 60 and older. Medical studies have shown tai chi improves balance, reduces falls, and slows down the loss of bone density. The gentle exercise strengthens muscles, improves stamina, blood circulation, balance, and relaxation and integrates the mind and body. Classes are led by a Tai Chi for Health certified instructor. Tai Chi for Health programs was created by Dr. Paul Lam, of Australia with help from a team of medical experts. Tai chi for Health courses are safe and effective, and participants of all ages report that the movements are easy to learn. Classes will be provided on Wednesdays, beginning on September 10th, from 1-2 p.m.