Recurring movement-based programs in Florida Public Libraries – contact the libraries to confirm availability of programs. Please add to or correct this information by using the form on the bottom of this page.
Alachua County Library District – https://host7.evanced.info/alachua/evanced/eventcalendar.asp – Yoga, Tai Chi, Zumba, Afro-Fitness and other movement-based programs offered regularly on multiple days and times at multiple branches (filter events by “Health & Wellness”); Music and Movement also offered Wednesday mornings (Newberry Branch) and Friday mornings (Millhopper Branch).
Brevard County Library – http://www.brevardfl.gov/PublicLibraries/Calendar – Yoga offered on multiple days/times at multiple branches; Mat Pilates offered Mondays at 12 p.m. at Merritt Island Library; Senior Fitness offered Mondays at 1 p.m. at Cocoa Beach Library; Tai Chi offered Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. at Merritt Island Library.
Broward County Public Libraries – http://www.broward.org/library/Pages/Default.aspx – Yoga offered on multiple days/times at multiple branches; Family Fitness offered weekly at North Lauderdale Saraniero; Commit 2B Fit! FREE Aerobic Exercise Class for All Fitness Levels offered weekly at Southwest Regional Library; Tai Chi and Chair Exercises offered at Pembroke Pines.
Hernando County Public Library – http://brooksvillelibrary5k.com/ – Annual Library 5K held in Spring.
Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative – http://www.hcplc.org/ – Yoga, Chair Yoga and Toddler Yoga offered on multiple days/times at multiple locations; Zumba held once a month on Tuesday afternoons at Temple Terrace Public Library; Tai Chi offered on multiple days/times at multiple locations; Motion Commotion offered for pre-schoolers on multiple days/times at multiple branches; NIA: Non-Impact Aerobics offered once a month at SouthShore.
Lake County Library System – http://mylakelibrary.evanced.info/signup/Calendar – Preschool (Nursery) and Kids yoga offered on regular basis at Cagan Crossings Community Library and W.T. Bland Public Library.
Lee County Library System – http://www.leegov.com/library/events – Tai Chi and Yoga offered regularly at South County Regional Library and Cape Coral Lee County Public Library.
Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach – https://millie.wpbpl.com/iii/calendar/month – Pilates offered Thursdays at 10:30 a.m., Yoga offered Saturday mornings. Library also has “Healthy You” programming series: http://www.wpb.org/getmedia/72162d09-ed41-4dd7-8b13-a2382eb20537/healthy-you-flier-March-April_1.
Northwest Regional Library System – http://www.eventkeeper.com/code/events.cfm?curOrg=NWRLS – Foodie, Fit & Fabulous! An Adult Biblio-Club held Monday evenings at Harrell Memorial Public Library; Read, Rock, and Rhyme Time held at Bay County Public Library Thursday mornings for ages 3-5.
Palm Beach County Library System – http://www.pbclibrary.org/ – Tai Chi offered Tuesdays at West Boynton Branch; Yoga for youth and adults offered periodically at multiple branches; a variety of dance and movement-based programs for youth offered.
Pasco County Library – hosts the New River Library Community Garden.
St. Johns County Library System – http://www.sjcpls.org/ – Multiple locations have adult yoga, Zumba, bellydancing, stretching, and walking classes scheduled monthly. Multiple branches also offer childrens storytime programs that emphasize music and movement, as well as more structured dance classes and martial arts classes. Several gaming events offer “Just Dance” and “Kinect adventures.” Check branch calendars for details.
Volusia County Public Library – http://volusialibrary.org/VCPLcalendar.html – Chair, Gentle, and Hatha Yoga offered on multiple days/times and multiple locations in library system; Toddler and Preschool Movement Times offered Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
Winter Haven Public Library – https://www.mywinterhaven.com/library/give/fol/ – Jingle Bell Classic 5K Run held by Friends of the Library in December.
Winter Park Public Library – http://archive.wppl.org/info/checkout-bikes.html – Checkout bikes program.
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