English Conversation and Quick-Reads Group

Do you need practice speaking English in conversation? Would you like to improve your reading and listening skills? Come and join us to improve your English language skills in a relaxed & supportive environment.
Program Dates: Tuesdays – 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/22, 12/6, 12/20
10:00 am – 11:30 am – East Auditorium
Click on the “Full Article” link above for more information and to register.


Change to E-Magazines

The library’s subscription to Zinio will be ending on 8/31/16. The most popular e-magazines offered by Zinio are already available through the library’s subscription to Flipster. Many patrons are already enjoying the additional content and user friendly interface of Flipster. Click on the “Full Article” link above to learn how to create an account with Flipster.



Grounds for Sculpture: An Impressionist Oasis in New Jersey.
The bus will leave the Library at 8:30 A.M. The bus will leave the Grounds for Sculpture at 4:30 P.M.
Fee: $47.00 per person includes entrance to the grounds, transportation and driver gratuity.
Payment is due at registration. Lunch is on your own. This is a self-guided tour.
Click on the “Full Article” link above for more information and the registration form.


Slide Show Program on The Brush/Lens Project (Tuesday, August 23 from 7-9 PM)

Long Island is rich with artists whose creativity was inspired here. Little did South Shore photographer Holly Gordon know when she facebooked North Shore watercolor painter, Ward Hooper, that creative sparks would ignite into a magical collaboration and friendship. The Brush/Lens Project is a contemporary union of two artists. Ward’s on sight paintings and Holly’s painterly images of the same locations give the viewer a unique opportunity to see side-by-side creative interpretations of the same subject…and along the way they discovered that many of their locations for inspiration were rooted in the fertile ground of Arthur Dove and Helen Torr, celebrated early American abstract artists who lived and worked on the North Shore of Long Island 75 years ago. Join Ward Hooper and Holly Gordon for this informative and insightful visual presentation.


Baxter’s Pet Pantry Food Drive

The Library is currently hosting a pet food drive for Long Island Cares’ Baxter’s Pet Pantry, which makes free pet food and supplies available to pet-owning families in need in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. All pet food donations will be greatly appreciated, and can be made at the Library near the Circulation Desk.