Public libraries kept busy throughout the Covid-19 epidemic, and they haven’t slowed down as everything reopens. Here are a few of the events happening at libraries around Huntington.
Ready for the Olympics
The Northport-East Northport Public Library suggests that patrons go for the gold with these Olympic picks, with books about Usain Bolt, Amanda Beard and many others. https://libraryaware.com/2CE4XT
The South Huntington Public Library welcomes the Page Turner Animal Adventures this summer. Every weekday at noon storyologists will present Safari Stories. You can find the videos here: https://tinyurl.com/tnfhb9zm
Community Bags for Commack
Starting in August, every $2.50 Community Bag purchased at the @StopandShop located at 3126 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, will send a $1 donation to the Commack Public Library.
History and Horticulture on Zoom
The Huntington Public Library offers History & Horticulture: Old Westbury Gardens and The High Line • Wednesday, July 28 • 7:00-8:30 pm “Did you know that Old Westbury Gardens and its mansion were built in exchange for the acceptance of a marriage proposal or that there’s a graveyard on its grounds?” Learn lots of interesting facts with garden writer Jessica Damiano. Reserve your spot here: https://attend.myhpl.org/event/5083247
Remembering 9/11 Art Exhibit
Writing Your Personal Story
Learn how to captivate listeners with this program conducted by Terry Wolfisch Cole, founder and host of “Tell Me Another.” Personal Storytelling will be held on Thursday, July 27 at 7:00 pm. Register to reserve your spot on Zoom: https://attend.myhpl.org/event/5082940