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Williston Park Library news

From the Director

Nassau Library Tour 2023

The 2023 Nassau Library Tour is drawing to a close on August 12.  What a wonderful 2 months it’s been!  Over 1200 visitors stopped by the library!  It was wonderful talking with everyone about our library and town.  We’re so thankful for everyone that stopped by and we look forward to NLT 2024!

Our Summer Reading Program has also come to a close.  It was a fun-filled summer of reading, programs, music and crafts.  Thanks to the East Williston Library for wonderful program collaborations.  We also had wonderful student volunteers to help us at our programs and to create wonderful artwork for the library’s front windows in this year’s theme “All Together Now”.  Our volunteers are:  Natalie & Noah Chang, Darby & Darcy Lee, Sebastian Mendieta, Aarthi Palaniappan, Max Vitale, Peter Rolston, Sofia & Ronan Szap, Tommy Fortunato, Beatrice Denny, Olivia Allard, Melina Helgeson, Genevieve Breglio, Erin O’Sullivan, Nora Valentine, Thomas Connolly, Nellie Reynolds, Jason Boyd, Katie West, William Amante & Kara Mulhall.

New titles added to the collection:

Too Late—Colleen Hoover

9th Man—Steve Berry

First Ladies—Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray

Obsessed—James Patterson

Must Love Flowers—Debbie Macomber

Charlotte Illes is not a Detective—Katie Siegel

St. Ambrose School for Girls—Jessica Ward

Central Park West—James Comey

Summer of Songbirds—Kristy Woodson Harvey

An Evil Heart—Linda Castillo

  Adult Programs

Reiki—August 17—6 p.m. in the Assembly Room of Village Hall.  $10 p/person; p/session.  Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected] to register.

 

Children’s Summer Programs

Spoon Man—Thursday—August 17—6 p.m. on the East Williston Village Green for ages 3+. Remember to bring your chairs! Call the library (742-1820) or email [email protected]

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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