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Closed on Veterans Day, Published November 8, 2016 

Franklin County Public Library will be closed Friday, November 11th, in observance of Veterans Day.

Book drops are always available during holidays and after business hours for your returns.  Avoid overdue fines by accessing your library account at to renew the library materials you have checked out.

Getting the Home Landscape Ready for Fall and Winter, Published September 30, 2016 

Learn what to do to get your lawn landscape ready for Fall and Winter at the Carrabelle branch library!


When: Tuesday, October 4

Time: 1:30p-3:00p

Who: Les Harrison, Director of Wakulla County Extension Office

For more info: Call 850-697-2366

All Franklin County Public Library programs are free and open to the public.  No registration required for this program.

May contain: grass and plant
Eastpoint closed on Saturday’s, Published September 30, 2016 

Franklin County Public Library-Eastpoint/Administrative Office will be closed on Saturday’s until further notice.  Carrabelle branch library will be open for normal Saturday business hours 10:00a-2:00p.

Book Donation Guidelines, Published September 7, 2016 
May contain: flyer, brochure, poster, advertisement, and paper
Fall Gardening Tips & Techniques Workshop, Published August 29, 2016 
May contain: plant, turnip, produce, vegetable, food, and radish

Fall Gardening Workshop

Les Harrison, Director of Wakulla County Extension Office

will be here giving us his advice on the do’s and dont’s of fall gardening.

Bring your questions to get answers!



When?    Tuesday, September 13th

Time?    1:30-3:30 pm

Where?    Carrabelle branch library, 311 St James Ave, Carrabelle, FL  32322

Room?    Conference Room.  Enter the library front entrance into the lobby, conference room is on the left.

How Much?    All Franklin County Public Library programs are free and open to the public.


For more information about this library program or other programs and events, please call us at (850) 697-2366 Carrabelle branch, (850) 670-8151 Eastpoint branch.

Summer Garden Program, Published May 11, 2016 
May contain: invertebrate and animal

Les Harrison of Wakulla County Extension Office will talk about getting rid of those garden pests that are invading your summer garden and how to keep your garden healthy.

Bring your sickly plant or vegetable to the library on Thursday, May 12 at 1:30pm to be diagnosed and given a treatment plan!

This program is free and open to the public.


Earth Day Program, Published April 13, 2016 

Celebrate EARTH DAY at the Carrabelle branch, Tuesday, April 19th at 4:00pm.

Kids ages 7-12 will join Ms. Audrey in the youth room on EARTH DAY to make Blossom Bombs!

Take them home, throw them in the yard then wait for the blossoms to sprout!  All materials are provided at no cost. 

May contain: plant, produce, food, and vegetable
Spring Garden Program, Published April 13, 2016 
May contain: plant, vegetable, food, and produce

Les Harrison of Wakulla County Extension Office will be discussing the rewards of spring gardening and offering many helpful tips to keep your garden thriving and producing throughout the spring and summer.

Where: Carrabelle branch-Meeting Room

When: Friday, April 22

Time: 1:30 pm

This program is free and open to the public.

Genealogy Research, Published March 17, 2016 

Start your genealogy research at the library!

May contain: text
Saturday’s 11:00am-1:00pm, Carrabelle branch

There will be someone available to help you get started and answer all of your questions about research options available to you.  There is so much to learn about your family history and we want to help you do that!

Program is free to the public and no registration is required.

Backyard Beekeeping, Published March 17, 2016 
May contain: apiary


Presented by: Erik Lovestrand-Franklin County Extension Director and Beekeeper

When: April 8 at 1:30pm

Where: Carrabelle branch

A slide presentation and discussion will take place regarding small-scale beekeeping.  Various beekeeping equipment will be on hand for viewing purposes.