Flagler County Public Library is hosting a “Spring Fling” from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday (March 12) that will provide crafts, games, music, a Flagler Humane Society adopt-a-thon, and an opportunity to learn about the departments and entities that put residents FIRST. The event will be held at the Main Branch in Palm Coast.
“The acronym FIRST – Fiscally Accountable, Innovative Solutions, Responsible Growth, Superior Service, Transparent Government – is relatively new within Flagler County government, but it is a concept that has been strengthening through our strategic planning and customer service initiatives,” said Library Director Holly Albanese. “It seemed fitting to make it part of the mix of this family-oriented event.”
Younger family members can partake in crafts like rock painting, sand art, and tie-dying (bring a white T shirt). There will be a Smash Brothers tournament for teens that starts at noon. Other games include life-size “Connect Four” and “Jenga,” as well as corn hole.
“The main event is the Flagler Humane Society adopt-a-thon for dogs and cats that will be held in the Doug Cisney Room,” Albanese said. “Discounted adoption fees will be offered.”
Representatives from the Family Life Center, Flagler County Emergency Management, Flagler County Fire Rescue, Florida Department of Health-Flagler, Flagler County Senior Services, Help Me Grow, East Flagler Mosquito Control District, and Palm Coast Water Management will be available to provide information and answer questions.
The library is located at 2500 Palm Coast Parkway NW at the intersection of Belle Terre Parkway.
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