Library closure
Library closure

Library closure

From October 30, 2011 to November 2, 2011.

From Sunday the 30th of October to November 1st the library staff will be attending a seminar. In connection with the abovementioned the office / library will be closed to the general public on Monday 31st October and Tuesday November 1st, 2011. All books due on the first will be extended.

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Art competition adults
Art competition adults

"The royal family, seen from a Caribbean perspective", adult competition for artists and amateurs

Draw or paint a portrait of the Queen, prince Willem Alexander or princess Maxima. The art work should have a minimum size of 16”x 20” or 40 cm x50 cm; The work must be framed to hang; Only one entry per person is allowed; The artwork has to be delivered at the Philipsburg Jubilee Library on Saturday October 22nd, 2011, between 10 am. and 1 pm. we will not accept entries on any other day or time. Please see attached flyer for more info!

Know Your Health
Know Your Health

Know Your Health

On October 20, 2011.

Part of Philipsburg Jubilee Library's "Power of Knowledge" series. "Know Your Health" will focus on various aspects of living a healthy lifestyle; i.e., nutritional, physical, and sexual health. Adults are encouraged to come out and be informed! Time: 6:30-8:00 pm

The Italian
The Italian

The Italian

On October 17, 2011.

Cineclub St. Maarten presents Monday October 17th, the movie “the Italian” at the Philipsburg Jubilee Library at 7.30 pm. Ticket office opens at 7.00 pm. This Russian movie with English subtitles is inspired by true events about a young boy’s incredible journey to find his family.

The Cove
The Cove

Meet Ric O’Barry and watch his Oscar winning and nail biting documentary, THE COVE

On October 11, 2011.

Dolphin Defenders and the Nature Foundation of St. Maarten has the honor of welcoming Ric O'Barry to St. Maarten on Monday October 10th. Ric is coming to St. Maarten and Saba to help us with our cause - prevent a dolphinarium on St. Maarten and have it written into country St. Maarten law that no marine mammal may be held in captivity in St. Maarten or its territorial waters for any reason whatsoever.

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