Building community by sharing the wonders of learning, creating, and connecting with one another.
PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS
Virtual programs are presented online through Zoom.
For any questions about adult programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tai Chi (Virtual)
Thursday, June 3, 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Jim Cummings teaches the 24 movements of the Beijing Tai Chi form. Learn the fundamental movements and theory; improve balance and overall health. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and soft-soled shoes. Click here to register.
Gardening by the Sea (Virtual)
Thursday, June 3, 7:00 - 8:00 PM
A garden by the sea requires additional attention. Which plants can tolerate salt spray, sand or sandy soil, and considerable wind? Discover the many attractive cultivars of plants, including perennials, shrubs, and grasses, which can withstand the challenges of the coastal environment. Click here to register.
The Road to Financial Independence (Virtual)
Wednesday, June 9, 7:00 - 8:00 PM Become an owner, not a loaner, of your money. Find out how the Rule of 72 can work for you.
Email email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.
Walk Safe LI: Pedestrian/Bike Safety (Virtual)
Friday, June 11, 2:00 - 3:00 PM Long Island is one of the most dangerous regions in the state for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. Cindy Brown, recognized leader in pedestrian safety, will discuss the pedestrian safety laws that walkers, cyclists, and motorists need to know.
Highlights include: How and why Daylight Saving Time affects pedestrian safety, HAWK pedestrian safety signals being installed in parts of Nassau and Suffolk, the dangers of distracted walking, and misconceptions about visibility. Click here to register.
Books & Bagels (Virtual)
Saturday, June 12, 10 – 11 AM
by Joseph O’Neill
Abandoned when his English wife and son return to London following 9/11, Hans, a banker originally from the Netherlands, struggles to find himself until he stumbles upon the vibrant NY cricket subculture and a charismatic Gatsby-like Trinidadian.
Chair Yoga (Virtual) Monday, June 14, 10:00 - 11:00 AM Join Kristen Orsini for a rejuvenating hour of chair yoga with breath work for mind/body tension and stress release. Click here to register.
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.
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.
Join our South Country group if you are recovering from addiction and looking for support.
The Library has a Notary Public
Call for our notary's availability: 631-286-0818
Fee: $2.00 per notarized signature
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.