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PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS
Virtual programs are presented online through Zoom.
For any questions about adult programs, email email@example.com
Adult Summer Reading Club
Sign-up begins Monday, June 28
As with previous years, each book you read will earn you chances to win some fantastic raffle prizes, many of which are gift certificates to local businesses. You will be able to submit your reading logs both in person and online.
iPhone Photography (Virtual) Thursday, June 17, 7:00 - 8:00 PM The days of having to bring the camera are over and we are taking tons of photos with our phones. So now let’s get the best photos we can! Instructor Kristine Thomas will cover all features of the iPhone camera including various capture modes, editing, and how to get those images off the phone and in a frame where they deserve to be. Click here to register.
Fourth of July Tie Dye Upcycle Kits
Registration & pickup begins Monday, June 21
Upcycle white t-shirts or other items with patriotic colors for summer. The kit includes red and blue dye powder bottles (add water), gloves, rubber bands, and instructions. Suitable for 3 small projects.
Enrichment Crafts for Adults with differing abilities
To register, call or stop by the Reference Desk with your library card.
Please let us know of any allergies or specific accomodations needed.
June Craft: Seashell Sensory Jars
Create your own calming sensory bottle, perfect for the summer.
Available through the rest of June,
while supplies last.
July Craft: Fairy Glow Jars
Capture some summer "fairies" with this
jar kit of glow-in-the-dark paint and glitter.
Available starting July 1, while supplies last.
Don't forget about our recorded programs on YouTube!
Are you missing our Savvy Sightseer Virtual Vacations? Want to get an extra session of Tai Chi in? How about learning more about genealogy? Click here for all that & more!
Social Work Services
Amy Baires is our social work intern from Stony Brook University. She can help with information, referrals, and paperwork for housing, treatment, social services, unemployment, food pantries, and more.
Are you looking for the links to resources from previous issues, or want to access the pre-September 2020 issues? Click here for our storage page (en español). This page will not be updated, so some resources are or will become obsolete.