June 1 - August 31 2018
Reading Takes You Everywhere
The Summer Reading Program reading log will expand this year to be an activity log that includes more than reading (such as attending programs, downloading eBooks, etc.). Different levels will be included so everyone can participate all summer, no matter what pace they read and learn. Prizes and activities will be announced soon!
June 3, 2018 2:00pm-3:00pm
Spirit Wind Trio
Adrienne Nims and Spirit Wind take you on a musical journey with lush harmonies, mystical melodies, and global rhythms. The band's music, performed on flutes, saxophones, keyboard, and percussion, is eloquent, earthy, and multidimensional, combining jazz, Latin, Asian, R&B, and many different styles from around the globe. The unique melting pot of musical influences are at the forefront of Spirit Wind's passionate and emotive songs which speak to hearts and souls of the listeners as their music transcends borders.
July 1, 2018 2:00pm-3:00pm
Pianist Joshua White is a remarkably gifted jazz performer, classical pianist, and composer. He began formal piano training at the age of seven and became the organist and pianist for the Encanto Southern Baptist Church by age 10.For the last several years, White has been in demand as one of Southern California's technically accomplished pianists as he interprets original compositions, as well as exploring the boundaries of collective improvisation.Joshua will be performing a mix of original compositions and selections from the Great American Songbook.
Photo by David Brooks, SDUT (January 2016)
August 5, 2018 2:00pm-3:00pm
The Jefferson Jay Band
The Jefferson Jay Band is funky, folky, fun made for and played by, friends ’n fam. Authentic, eclectic, original, inclusive, & optimistic. Music of Love.
Jefferson Jay - vocals, guitar
Paul Ruiz - trumpet
J, Kipling Forde - keyboards
Leanne Pearl - percussion, vocals
Michael Jones - bass, vocals
August 11, 2018 1:00pm-4:00pm
9th Annual Encinitas Library Japan Festival
Celebrate the Sister City relationship between Encinitas and Amakusa, Japan. Exciting cultural performances & demonstrations, refreshments, and more! The festival is free and supported by the generosity of the Friends of the Encinitas Library. All ages are welcome!