Happening at the Williston Park Library

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Happening at the Williston Park Library

From the Director

The Friends of the Williston Park Library are looking for adults in the community to volunteer for the organization. Some of our core members are “retiring” and we’re looking to fill those vacancies, specifically, that of President. If you’re interested, please call Carolyn Stalters (742-0412).  The Friends of the Llibrary sponsors many things for the library, such as the museum passes, Bookpage magazine and supplies for the summer reading program. Potential dissolution of the group would mean the loss of these services to the library.

We are suspending donation acceptance until further notice.  We are at storage capacity.  Please consider donating to The Book Fairies.  Their contact number is 516-557-6645.

The library is still distributing Covid-19 tests while supplies last.  Please ask at the Reference Desk.

New titles added to the collection:

Fourteen Days—Margaret Atwood

Drama Free:  A Guide to Managing Unhealthy Family Relationships—Nedra Glover Tawwab

Clover Hendry’s Day Off—Beth Morrey

Teacher—Freida McFadden

Desified:  Delicious Recipes for Ramadan, Eid and Everyday—Zaynah Din

Hidden Life of Cecily Larson—Ellen Baker

Lone Wolf—Gergg Hurwitz

Still Point—Tammy Greenwood

Mercury—Amy Jo Burns

Messy Life of Jane Tanner—Brenda Novak

Adult Programs

Reiki—March 28; April 4 & 18—6pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall.  $10 p/person; p/session.

Yoga—Saturdays—March 23, 30—Noon-1 pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall.  $10 p/person, p/session.  Please bring a yoga mat, water bottle and towel; Wear comfortable clothes. Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

Friends of the Library Presents: Spring Songfest—Sunday—March 24—2pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall.  Join guest performer Roberta Fabiano for an afternoon of Irish, Italian and other musical favorites.

Book Discussion—Wednesday—April 3–7pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall and via zoom.  Copies of Dark Matter by Blake Crouch are available at the Circulation Desk.  https://adelphiuniversity.zoom.us/j/96885670102?pwd=VGtSYnkyUW9acVJyV0tyNUtUZnMyZz09

Meeting ID: 968 8567 0102

Passcode: WPBookClub Or just call 1-929-205-6099 on your phone and it will ask for the meeting id and password above

Cactus Rocks Craft with Lisa Colon—Monday—April 29—6pm in the Library.  $10 material fee p/person due at registration.  Per vendor, limited to 20 participants.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

Empire Safety Defensive Driving Course—Thursday—May 16—10am-4pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for drivers of all ages.  $33 p/person ($35 p/person for Spanish workbook).  Registration forms are available at the Circulation Desk.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

Children’s Programs

Storytime with Miss Beth—Tuesdays—March 19, 26; April 2, 9 & 16—12:00-12:45 in the Children’s Room.  Please no walk-ins.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

Children’s Movie—Saturday—March 23—12pm in the Children’s Room for all ages.  Light refreshments will be served.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

Easter Craft Afternoon—Saturday—March 30—12-1pm in the Children’s Room. Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

Solar Eclipse—Monday—April 8—2-4:30pm in the Village Hall parking lot.  Glasses and activities will be available.  Cal the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register and reserve your glasses.

Children’s Movie—Saturday—April 20—12pm in the Children’s Room.  Light refreshments will be served.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

STEAM Craft—Saturday—April 27—12-1pm in the Children’s Room.  Learn about 2 & 3D printing and create your own mini Eiffel Tower.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

PEN PAL PROGRAM

The library is proud to work with Kayla, of Girl Scout Troop 1825 on her Gold Award.  She has established a Pen Pal Program for children in grades 1-8.  If any children are interested, parents are welcome to stop by the Reference Desk to complete a small registration form.  This is not a sponsored library activity; Kayla will be in charge of the project.  All information is confidential.

 

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