Library Hours
Mon. - Thurs.: 9AM - 9PM
Fri. - Sat.: 10AM-6PM
Sun.: 12-5PM
Closed Sundays from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend
Blue = Children's Program    Green = Young Adult Program    Black = Adult Program    Orange = Tween Program
Wednesday May 4, 2022 - Thursday June 30, 2022
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Community Service To-Go Kit: Food Bank Tote Bags

 

THIS IS A CONTINUOUS TO-GO KIT PROGRAM LOCATED IN THE YA SECTION OF THE LIBRARY.

Grades 6-12

If you need community service hours, and/or want to help decorate tote bags for a food bank in need, pick up this to-go kit any time in the YA section of the library (next to the Teen Bulletin Board) during May-June. The kit will contain instructions, supplies, and an information sheet for you to fill out to receive your community service certificate via email.

These kits will be donated to a local food bank at a later date. Completing each kit is equivalent to 1 volunteer hour and you may take up to 2 kits per person.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit

 

THIS IS A CONTINUOUS TO-GO KIT PROGRAM LOCATED IN THE YA SECTION OF THE LIBRARY.

Grades 6-12

If you need community service hours, and/or want to help decorate tote bags for a food bank in need, pick up this to-go kit any time in the YA section of the library (next to the Teen Bulletin Board) during May-June. The kit will contain instructions, supplies, and an information sheet for you to fill out to receive your community service certificate via email.

These kits will be donated to a local food bank at a later date. Completing each kit is equivalent to 1 volunteer hour and you may take up to 2 kits per person.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit

Wednesday May 25, 2022

 

THIS IS A TO-GO KIT PROGRAM.

For Grades 6-12

Learn how to tie-dye and make colorful patterns on bandanas, scrunchies, and more.

All registrants will be able to schedule curbside pickup of these to-go kits, complete with supplies and instructions to do at home.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit

 

THIS IS A TO-GO KIT PROGRAM.

For Grades 6-12

Learn how to tie-dye and make colorful patterns on bandanas, scrunchies, and more.

All registrants will be able to schedule curbside pickup of these to-go kits, complete with supplies and instructions to do at home.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit


 

Learn the age old traditional game of Canasta from a Master player, Jacqui Palatnik.

By the end of this three week series, you will be playing!

LOCATION: Annex

Learn the age old traditional game of Canasta from a Master player, Jacqui Palatnik.

By the end of this three week series, you will be playing!

LOCATION: Annex


 
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7:00 PM
Thomas Germano presents Turner and the Modern World

The exhibition organized by the Tate Britain in 2021, traveled to Ft. Worth, TX (2021-22) and comes to The Boston, Museum of Fine Arts in Spring, 2022. This unique examination of JMW Turner (1775-1851) explores the English Romantic artist’s lifelong interest in the inventions, events, politics, society, culture and science of his time, which resulted in many of his most original works that guided his subjects, and transformed his way of painting. 

Professor Thomas Germano will present this visual lecture. 


 

LOCATION: Online
There are 69 spaces available.

The exhibition organized by the Tate Britain in 2021, traveled to Ft. Worth, TX (2021-22) and comes to The Boston, Museum of Fine Arts in Spring, 2022. This unique examination of JMW Turner (1775-1851) explores the English Romantic artist’s lifelong interest in the inventions, events, politics, society, culture and science of his time, which resulted in many of his most original works that guided his subjects, and transformed his way of painting. 

Professor Thomas Germano will present this visual lecture. 


 

LOCATION: Online

There are 69 spaces available.

Thursday May 26, 2022

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online
There are 88 spaces available.

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online

There are 88 spaces available.

Friday May 27, 2022

C'mon C'mon

When his sister asks him to look after her son, a radio journalist  (Joaquin Phoenix) embarks on a cross-country trip with his  nephew to show him life away from Los Angeles. (104 Minutes) 

Note:  Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT: ctrollo  516-759-8300  gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org
LOCATION: Annex

C'mon C'mon

When his sister asks him to look after her son, a radio journalist  (Joaquin Phoenix) embarks on a cross-country trip with his  nephew to show him life away from Los Angeles. (104 Minutes) 

Note:  Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT:
  ctrollo
  516.759.8300
   gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org

LOCATION: Annex


Monday May 30, 2022
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9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Memorial Day

The Library will be closed today in observance of Memorial Day.-

LOCATION: Library

The Library will be closed today in observance of Memorial Day.-

LOCATION: Library

Tuesday May 31, 2022
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Stitches and Stories Drop-In Program

Stitches and Stories offers patrons the opportunity to learn to crochet or knit in a warm, friendly environment. Come enjoy the comaraderie while learning a new skill or improving on the skills you already have. Work on your own or on a group project.

LOCATION: Annex
There are 18 spaces available.

Stitches and Stories offers patrons the opportunity to learn to crochet or knit in a warm, friendly environment. Come enjoy the comaraderie while learning a new skill or improving on the skills you already have. Work on your own or on a group project.

LOCATION: Annex

There are 18 spaces available.

 
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Inventor Hour

Grades 3-6

Design and build your own inventions with Mr. V, Using LittleBits and craft supplies. Little Bits is a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks that empower you to invent anything.

 

LOCATION: Room B

Grades 3-6

Design and build your own inventions with Mr. V, Using LittleBits and craft supplies. Little Bits is a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks that empower you to invent anything.

 

LOCATION: Room B


Wednesday June 1, 2022

Learn the age old traditional game of Canasta from a Master player, Jacqui Palatnik.

By the end of this three week series, you will be playing!

LOCATION: Annex

Learn the age old traditional game of Canasta from a Master player, Jacqui Palatnik.

By the end of this three week series, you will be playing!

LOCATION: Annex


 
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7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Glad Scientist Book Discussion

Moving to Higher Ground: Rising Sea Level and the Path Forward

Ice on land is melting, and sea level is rising, both at astonishing rates never seen in recorded history. Are you, your property, investments, and family ready for these unprecedented changes? Read Moving to Higher Ground and…

Learn how Sea Level Rise (SLR) is unstoppable for many centuries due to excess heat already stored in our oceans - and how soon our shorelines will go underwater…

Understand how disastrous SLR will profoundly affect more than 10,000 coastal communities as soon as 2050, both in the U.S. and around the world.

What will happen where you live? How much will the water rise? And when?

Find out why extreme weather events, forest fires, and flooding share the same causes as catastrophic SLR, but weather disruptions are temporary and SLR permanent. Devastatingly so.

Discover what industries and properties will feel the greatest, and earliest, impacts. Learn what all planners and coastal property owners need to know now to urgently begin to move and adapt.

Examine the unique problems faced by the military, Infrastructure planners, architects, flood managers, policy planners, banks, insurance companies, and real estate businesses. And some unique solutions.

Find out how and why government policy makers have been completely ineffective delivering any successful strategy for climate change and sea level rise.

Answer the questions, WHAT SHOULD WE DO NOW?, And what does THE PATH FORWARD look like?

In time of great financial and environmental peril, WHO WILL LEAD US? Prepare to be surprised at the answer.

John Englander is a renowned oceanographer and expert on climate change and sea level rise. His best-selling first book, High Tide on Main Street, was published in 2012.

LOCATION: Annex
There are 25 spaces available.

Moving to Higher Ground: Rising Sea Level and the Path Forward

Ice on land is melting, and sea level is rising, both at astonishing rates never seen in recorded history. Are you, your property, investments, and family ready for these unprecedented changes? Read Moving to Higher Ground and…

Learn how Sea Level Rise (SLR) is unstoppable for many centuries due to excess heat already stored in our oceans - and how soon our shorelines will go underwater…

Understand how disastrous SLR will profoundly affect more than 10,000 coastal communities as soon as 2050, both in the U.S. and around the world.

What will happen where you live? How much will the water rise? And when?

Find out why extreme weather events, forest fires, and flooding share the same causes as catastrophic SLR, but weather disruptions are temporary and SLR permanent. Devastatingly so.

Discover what industries and properties will feel the greatest, and earliest, impacts. Learn what all planners and coastal property owners need to know now to urgently begin to move and adapt.

Examine the unique problems faced by the military, Infrastructure planners, architects, flood managers, policy planners, banks, insurance companies, and real estate businesses. And some unique solutions.

Find out how and why government policy makers have been completely ineffective delivering any successful strategy for climate change and sea level rise.

Answer the questions, WHAT SHOULD WE DO NOW?, And what does THE PATH FORWARD look like?

In time of great financial and environmental peril, WHO WILL LEAD US? Prepare to be surprised at the answer.

John Englander is a renowned oceanographer and expert on climate change and sea level rise. His best-selling first book, High Tide on Main Street, was published in 2012.

LOCATION: Annex

There are 25 spaces available.

Thursday June 2, 2022

Ages 3-24 months
 Sing and play with your baby as he or she delights in finger play, nursery rhymes, music, and movement.

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 3-24 months
 Sing and play with your baby as he or she delights in finger play, nursery rhymes, music, and movement.

LOCATION: Annex


 
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11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Play Hooray Kids

Ages 25 months - 4 years
Play Hooray Kids is a 45-minute interactive class filled with fun, music, movement activities all done to a theme.

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 25 months - 4 years
Play Hooray Kids is a 45-minute interactive class filled with fun, music, movement activities all done to a theme.

LOCATION: Annex


Friday June 3, 2022

Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

A downed airplane is a motley group of men's only protection  from the relentless desert sun in this psychologically-charged  disaster epic. James Stewart is the veteran pilot whose Benghazi bound plane crash lands in the remote Sahara. As tensions simmer  among the survivors, they are forced to trust a coldly logical  engineer whose plan to get them out may either be crazy enough  to work or kill them all. (144 Minutes)

Note: Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT: ctrollo  516-759-8300  gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org
LOCATION: Annex

Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

A downed airplane is a motley group of men's only protection  from the relentless desert sun in this psychologically-charged  disaster epic. James Stewart is the veteran pilot whose Benghazi bound plane crash lands in the remote Sahara. As tensions simmer  among the survivors, they are forced to trust a coldly logical  engineer whose plan to get them out may either be crazy enough  to work or kill them all. (144 Minutes)

Note: Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT:
  ctrollo
  516.759.8300
   gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org

LOCATION: Annex


Saturday June 4, 2022

 

 

Grades K-5

Decorate a scalloped container with a Dad's face, then paint designs on all sides. Fill with a packaged snack. It’s a great gift for the special guy in your life

CONTACT: Jeffrey Vasconi  15167598300  jvasconi@goldcoastlibrary.org
LOCATION: Annex

 

 

Grades K-5

Decorate a scalloped container with a Dad's face, then paint designs on all sides. Fill with a packaged snack. It’s a great gift for the special guy in your life

CONTACT:
  Jeffrey Vasconi
  15167598300
   jvasconi@goldcoastlibrary.org

LOCATION: Annex


Monday June 6, 2022

Ages: 12 to 35 Months
Enjoy this 30-minute Circle Time session highlighting nursery rhymes, stories, and songs.

For Live Programs, the Library is following the CDC's "Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People." As many of our younger patrons cannot yet be vaccinated, masks are still required for all attendees over the age of two in Live Children's Programs.

 

Please note: This is part 2 of a 2 part series.  Registering for one event will register you for the entire series

LOCATION: Annex
The registration period has ended.

Ages: 12 to 35 Months
Enjoy this 30-minute Circle Time session highlighting nursery rhymes, stories, and songs.

For Live Programs, the Library is following the CDC's "Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People." As many of our younger patrons cannot yet be vaccinated, masks are still required for all attendees over the age of two in Live Children's Programs.

 

Please note: This is part 2 of a 2 part series.  Registering for one event will register you for the entire series

LOCATION: Annex

The registration period has ended.

 
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7:00 PM
History & Horticulture: Of Plants and Presidents - The White House Gardens Through the Years

History & Horticulture: Of Plants and Presidents - The White House Gardens Through the Years

 
Which president lied to his wife to prevent her from planting vegetables at the White House? Which first lady misappropriated funds from the gardener’s budget to pay for fine china? And which administration brought sheep onto the grounds in order to save on mowing expenses? Join garden writer Jessica Damiano on an eye-opening and inspiring historical tour of the White House gardens, from the founding of our nation to the present day.  

Jessica Damiano is an award-winning journalist, gardening coach, Cornell-trained master gardener and author of The Weekly Dirt email newsletter. Formerly Newsday's nationally syndicated, prize-winning Garden Detective columnist, Jessica enjoys helping local gardeners solve their horticultural problems in her newsletter and the hundreds of gardening presentations she gives around the US (and the world!) each year. The 2021 edition of “Jessica Damiano’s Day-by Day Gardening Calendar: 365 tips and chores to keep your garden on track all year long” was awarded the prestigious International Garden Communicators prize. Jessica lives on the North Shore of Long Island, NY, with her husband and dog, and a whole bunch of perennials, vegetable plants and weeds.

LOCATION: Online
There are 92 spaces available.

History & Horticulture: Of Plants and Presidents - The White House Gardens Through the Years

 
Which president lied to his wife to prevent her from planting vegetables at the White House? Which first lady misappropriated funds from the gardener’s budget to pay for fine china? And which administration brought sheep onto the grounds in order to save on mowing expenses? Join garden writer Jessica Damiano on an eye-opening and inspiring historical tour of the White House gardens, from the founding of our nation to the present day.  

Jessica Damiano is an award-winning journalist, gardening coach, Cornell-trained master gardener and author of The Weekly Dirt email newsletter. Formerly Newsday's nationally syndicated, prize-winning Garden Detective columnist, Jessica enjoys helping local gardeners solve their horticultural problems in her newsletter and the hundreds of gardening presentations she gives around the US (and the world!) each year. The 2021 edition of “Jessica Damiano’s Day-by Day Gardening Calendar: 365 tips and chores to keep your garden on track all year long” was awarded the prestigious International Garden Communicators prize. Jessica lives on the North Shore of Long Island, NY, with her husband and dog, and a whole bunch of perennials, vegetable plants and weeds.

LOCATION: Online

There are 92 spaces available.

Tuesday June 7, 2022

Join instructor Jacqui Palatnik for a Beginner or re-fresher Mah Jongg Program on Tuesday June 7,14, and 28th from 11-1.  This is the game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations.  This class will introduce you to the tiles and basic moves of this ancient game.

LOCATION: Annex

Join instructor Jacqui Palatnik for a Beginner or re-fresher Mah Jongg Program on Tuesday June 7,14, and 28th from 11-1.  This is the game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations.  This class will introduce you to the tiles and basic moves of this ancient game.

LOCATION: Annex


 
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7:00 PM
Genetic Genealogy - Beyond the Hype

 

“In this introductory DNA presentation, the basics of available tests and an overview of testing companies are discussed. DNA inheritance and how these tests can be used in genealogy research are covered. Suggestions will be shared on how to contact matches and collaborate in further research.”

 

 

Bio:

Glenn York is an avid genealogist with decades of research experience at numerous facilities across the United States. Glenn began researching by pouring over microfilm at the National Archives and reading books at the Library of Congress in the 1980s while living in the Washington DC area. Over the years, Glenn has gained extensive experience in genetic genealogy and works with tests at all major DNA testing companies. He was first tested in 2005, and he currently manages DNA tests for over 35 family members. Glenn facilitates monthly DNA study groups for two genealogical societies and has assisted many in discovering their biological families through his understanding of genetic genealogy.

*This program is brought to you courtesy of the Genealogy Collective and is sponsored by the Oyster Bay Library.

 

 

 

 

 

LOCATION: Online
There are 99 spaces available.

 

“In this introductory DNA presentation, the basics of available tests and an overview of testing companies are discussed. DNA inheritance and how these tests can be used in genealogy research are covered. Suggestions will be shared on how to contact matches and collaborate in further research.”

 

 

Bio:

Glenn York is an avid genealogist with decades of research experience at numerous facilities across the United States. Glenn began researching by pouring over microfilm at the National Archives and reading books at the Library of Congress in the 1980s while living in the Washington DC area. Over the years, Glenn has gained extensive experience in genetic genealogy and works with tests at all major DNA testing companies. He was first tested in 2005, and he currently manages DNA tests for over 35 family members. Glenn facilitates monthly DNA study groups for two genealogical societies and has assisted many in discovering their biological families through his understanding of genetic genealogy.

*This program is brought to you courtesy of the Genealogy Collective and is sponsored by the Oyster Bay Library.

 

 

 

 

 

LOCATION: Online

There are 99 spaces available.

Wednesday June 8, 2022

Ages: 3 to 5 years
Got ants in your pants? Come wiggle and shake them out!  Parents and children are invited to listen to great song classics and hear great stories read by Mr. V!

 

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Ages: 3 to 5 years
Got ants in your pants? Come wiggle and shake them out!  Parents and children are invited to listen to great song classics and hear great stories read by Mr. V!

 

 

 

LOCATION: Annex


 
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7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Friends of the Gold Coast Library Annual Meeting

FRIENDS OF THE GOLD COAST LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING

Wednesday, June 8th, at 7pm

Library Annex

 All are welcome to join the Friends of the Library at an evening get-together. You do not need to be a Friends member to attend. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get to know the Friends Board while sharing ideas for events and  other outreach activities. This year’s meeting will include a talk by Nancy Benchimol, President of the Gold Coast Library Board and Friends member, about the current status of our new library and expectations for the project in the year ahead.

Message from the Friends:

It’s been over 2 years since we’ve been able to hold this annual event and we’re looking forward to catching up! Light refreshments will be served. Registration is not required but will be appreciated.

 

LOCATION: Annex
There are 26 spaces available.

FRIENDS OF THE GOLD COAST LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING

Wednesday, June 8th, at 7pm

Library Annex

 All are welcome to join the Friends of the Library at an evening get-together. You do not need to be a Friends member to attend. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get to know the Friends Board while sharing ideas for events and  other outreach activities. This year’s meeting will include a talk by Nancy Benchimol, President of the Gold Coast Library Board and Friends member, about the current status of our new library and expectations for the project in the year ahead.

Message from the Friends:

It’s been over 2 years since we’ve been able to hold this annual event and we’re looking forward to catching up! Light refreshments will be served. Registration is not required but will be appreciated.

 

LOCATION: Annex

There are 26 spaces available.

Thursday June 9, 2022

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online
There are 88 spaces available.

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online

There are 88 spaces available.

Friday June 10, 2022

Nightmare Alley (2021)

When a manipulative carnival man teams with  an equally deceptive psychiatrist to grift the  wealthy in 1940s New York society, he learns  that his new partner in crime might be his most formidable opponent yet. Bradley Cooper and  Cate Blanchett star. (150 Minutes)

Note:  Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT: ctrollo  516-759-8300  gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org

Nightmare Alley (2021)

When a manipulative carnival man teams with  an equally deceptive psychiatrist to grift the  wealthy in 1940s New York society, he learns  that his new partner in crime might be his most formidable opponent yet. Bradley Cooper and  Cate Blanchett star. (150 Minutes)

Note:  Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT:
  ctrollo
  516.759.8300
   gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org


Saturday June 11, 2022
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10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Green Meadow Farms Animal Show

 Jason Reilly from Green Meadow Farms makes learning about all kinds of creatures FUN... and gives everyone a chance to pet these amazing, live animals! Meet Stickers the Tree Frog, Tickles the Hedgehog, mice, hissing roaches, lizards, toads, bunnies, crabs, and baby animals, too!

LOCATION: American Legion
There are 39 spaces available.

 Jason Reilly from Green Meadow Farms makes learning about all kinds of creatures FUN... and gives everyone a chance to pet these amazing, live animals! Meet Stickers the Tree Frog, Tickles the Hedgehog, mice, hissing roaches, lizards, toads, bunnies, crabs, and baby animals, too!

LOCATION: American Legion

There are 39 spaces available.

 

 

Children of all ages are invited to live the dream and set sail for pirate school!  This madcap, swashbuckling, one-man family show is sure to satisfy your curiosity about the briney buccaneers of yore!

 
CONTACT: Jeff   15167598300  jvasconi@goldcoastlibrary.org
LOCATION: American Legion
There are 70 spaces available.

 

Children of all ages are invited to live the dream and set sail for pirate school!  This madcap, swashbuckling, one-man family show is sure to satisfy your curiosity about the briney buccaneers of yore!

 
CONTACT:
  Jeff 
  15167598300
   jvasconi@goldcoastlibrary.org

LOCATION: American Legion

There are 70 spaces available.

Monday June 13, 2022
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Stitches and Stories Drop-In Program

Stitches and Stories offers patrons the opportunity to learn to crochet or knit in a warm, friendly environment. Come enjoy the comaraderie while learning a new skill or improving on the skills you already have. Work on your own or on a group project.

LOCATION: Annex
There are 18 spaces available.

Stitches and Stories offers patrons the opportunity to learn to crochet or knit in a warm, friendly environment. Come enjoy the comaraderie while learning a new skill or improving on the skills you already have. Work on your own or on a group project.

LOCATION: Annex

There are 18 spaces available.

Tuesday June 14, 2022

Join instructor Jacqui Palatnik for a Beginner or re-fresher Mah Jongg Program on Tuesday June 7,14, and 28th from 11-1.  This is the game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations.  This class will introduce you to the tiles and basic moves of this ancient game.

LOCATION: Annex

Join instructor Jacqui Palatnik for a Beginner or re-fresher Mah Jongg Program on Tuesday June 7,14, and 28th from 11-1.  This is the game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations.  This class will introduce you to the tiles and basic moves of this ancient game.

LOCATION: Annex


Wednesday June 15, 2022

 

 

THIS IS A TO-GO KIT PROGRAM WITH A PRERECORDED VIDEO.

For Grades 6-12

To celebrate the start of summer reading, this kit will have all the supplies you need and a prerecorded video from the Baking Coach to teach you how to make and decorate your shark fin cake pops.

All registrants will be able to schedule curbside pickup of these to-go kits, complete with supplies and instructions to do at home.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit

 

 

THIS IS A TO-GO KIT PROGRAM WITH A PRERECORDED VIDEO.

For Grades 6-12

To celebrate the start of summer reading, this kit will have all the supplies you need and a prerecorded video from the Baking Coach to teach you how to make and decorate your shark fin cake pops.

All registrants will be able to schedule curbside pickup of these to-go kits, complete with supplies and instructions to do at home.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit


 

Ages 18 months to 5 years
Time for Kids presents a fun interactive adult and child educational experience that helps your child to gain very important school readiness and developmental growth skills.

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 18 months to 5 years
Time for Kids presents a fun interactive adult and child educational experience that helps your child to gain very important school readiness and developmental growth skills.

 

 

LOCATION: Annex


Wednesday June 15, 2022 - Wednesday June 22, 2022
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11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Snack & Study

 

FREE SNACKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM 11-2 P.M. ON JUNE 15, 16, 17, 21 & 22.

For Grades 9-12

Come to the Library Annex Room B during these hours for a free snack and a quiet space to study for your finals and regents exams! You will also have access to a portable white board to use if needed.

LOCATION: Room B

 

FREE SNACKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM 11-2 P.M. ON JUNE 15, 16, 17, 21 & 22.

For Grades 9-12

Come to the Library Annex Room B during these hours for a free snack and a quiet space to study for your finals and regents exams! You will also have access to a portable white board to use if needed.

LOCATION: Room B

Wednesday June 15, 2022
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Good Reads with Sarah Siegel

We Are Not Like Them by Christine Pride and Jo Piazza

 

A GOOD MORNING AMERICA BOOK CLUB PICK

Named a Best Book Pick of 2021 by Harper’s Bazaar and Real Simple

Named a Most Anticipated Book of Fall by People, Essence, New York Post, PopSugar, New York Newsday, Entertainment Weekly, Town & Country, Bustle, Fortune, and Book Riot

Told from alternating perspectives, an evocative and riveting novel about the lifelong bond between two women, one Black and one white, whose friendship is indelibly altered by a tragic event—a powerful and poignant exploration of race in America today and its devastating impact on ordinary lives.

LOCATION: Annex
There are 21 spaces available.

We Are Not Like Them by Christine Pride and Jo Piazza

 

A GOOD MORNING AMERICA BOOK CLUB PICK

Named a Best Book Pick of 2021 by Harper’s Bazaar and Real Simple

Named a Most Anticipated Book of Fall by People, Essence, New York Post, PopSugar, New York Newsday, Entertainment Weekly, Town & Country, Bustle, Fortune, and Book Riot

Told from alternating perspectives, an evocative and riveting novel about the lifelong bond between two women, one Black and one white, whose friendship is indelibly altered by a tragic event—a powerful and poignant exploration of race in America today and its devastating impact on ordinary lives.

LOCATION: Annex

There are 21 spaces available.

 

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Thursday June 16, 2022

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online
There are 88 spaces available.

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online

There are 88 spaces available.

Friday June 17, 2022
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10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Miss Alex's Under the Sea Storytime

 

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON PROGRAM THAT WILL MEET IN LIBRARY ANNEX ROOM A.

Ages 2-5

Join Miss Alex for a fun themed toddler storytime! We will read interactive books, learn fingerplays, dance, sing, and make a craft!

LOCATION: Annex

 

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON PROGRAM THAT WILL MEET IN LIBRARY ANNEX ROOM A.

Ages 2-5

Join Miss Alex for a fun themed toddler storytime! We will read interactive books, learn fingerplays, dance, sing, and make a craft!

LOCATION: Annex


 

Double Indemnity (1944)

Billy Wilder became a Hollywood A-List Director making this  adaptation of James M. Cain's pulp fi ction novel. When a slick  salesman (Fred MacMurray) walks into the home of a dissatisfi ed  housewife (Barbara Stanwyck), he intends to sell her insurance,  but winds up becoming entangled with her in a far more sinister  way. (107 Minutes)

Note: Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT: ctrollo  516-759-8300  gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org
LOCATION: Annex

Double Indemnity (1944)

Billy Wilder became a Hollywood A-List Director making this  adaptation of James M. Cain's pulp fi ction novel. When a slick  salesman (Fred MacMurray) walks into the home of a dissatisfi ed  housewife (Barbara Stanwyck), he intends to sell her insurance,  but winds up becoming entangled with her in a far more sinister  way. (107 Minutes)

Note: Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT:
  ctrollo
  516.759.8300
   gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org

LOCATION: Annex


 
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7:30 PM
Summer Reading Kick-Off

Bring your coolers! Bring your chairs! Bring your friends and neighbors!

Start the summer off right! Move to the groove of the fabulous sound of the sixties!

Just Sixties will be back rockin' on the lawn of the American Legion for a music-filled evening!

Be sure to join us!

LOCATION: American Legion
There are 195 spaces available.

Bring your coolers! Bring your chairs! Bring your friends and neighbors!

Start the summer off right! Move to the groove of the fabulous sound of the sixties!

Just Sixties will be back rockin' on the lawn of the American Legion for a music-filled evening!

Be sure to join us!

LOCATION: American Legion

There are 195 spaces available.

Thursday June 23, 2022

 

THIS IS A TO-GO KIT PROGRAM WITH A PRERECORDED VIDEO.

Grades K-2

Miss Alex will teach you how to be a pirate by doing an experiment to find buried treasure, puzzle out pirate code and make a rocking paper plate pirate ship!

Please only register for a to-go kit OR to attend the program in-person (see below), NOT both.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit
There are 4 spaces available.

 

THIS IS A TO-GO KIT PROGRAM WITH A PRERECORDED VIDEO.

Grades K-2

Miss Alex will teach you how to be a pirate by doing an experiment to find buried treasure, puzzle out pirate code and make a rocking paper plate pirate ship!

Please only register for a to-go kit OR to attend the program in-person (see below), NOT both.

LOCATION: To-Go Kit

There are 4 spaces available.

 

Ages Birth -17 Months

Come meet your new library friends and join " A Time for Kids" as we engage your littlest learners in this program designed to introduce your little baby to the wonderful world of library programs. Activities include music, movement, fingerplays, fine and gross motor development, and circle time.

 

LOCATION: Annex

Ages Birth -17 Months

Come meet your new library friends and join " A Time for Kids" as we engage your littlest learners in this program designed to introduce your little baby to the wonderful world of library programs. Activities include music, movement, fingerplays, fine and gross motor development, and circle time.

 

LOCATION: Annex


 

Ages 18 months to 5 years
Time for Kids presents a fun interactive adult and child educational experience that helps your child to gain very important school readiness and developmental growth skills.

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 18 months to 5 years
Time for Kids presents a fun interactive adult and child educational experience that helps your child to gain very important school readiness and developmental growth skills.

 

 

LOCATION: Annex


 
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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
STEAM: Pirates!

 

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON PROGRAM THAT WILL MEET IN THE LIBRARY ANNEX.

Grades K-2

Miss Alex will teach you how to be a pirate by doing an experiment to find buried treasure, puzzle out pirate code and make a rocking paper plate pirate ship!

Please only register for a to-go kit (see above) OR to attend the program in-person, NOT both.

LOCATION: Annex

 

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON PROGRAM THAT WILL MEET IN THE LIBRARY ANNEX.

Grades K-2

Miss Alex will teach you how to be a pirate by doing an experiment to find buried treasure, puzzle out pirate code and make a rocking paper plate pirate ship!

Please only register for a to-go kit (see above) OR to attend the program in-person, NOT both.

LOCATION: Annex


Friday June 24, 2022

Marry Me (2022)

A betrayed pop star - slated to marry her pop star fi ance' on  stage - marries a stranger from the audience instead. Their sham  relationship develops into something real, but can it survive the  limelight? Starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson .  (112 Minutes)

Note: Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT: ctrollo  516-759-8300  gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org
LOCATION: Annex

Marry Me (2022)

A betrayed pop star - slated to marry her pop star fi ance' on  stage - marries a stranger from the audience instead. Their sham  relationship develops into something real, but can it survive the  limelight? Starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson .  (112 Minutes)

Note: Annex Room A will open at 1:40 PM

CONTACT:
  ctrollo
  516.759.8300
   gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org

LOCATION: Annex


 
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6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Friday Night at the Movies

Celebrate the End of the School Year  with Pizza and a Movie! 

Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) 

 

Spider-Man’s secret identity is revealed, bringing his Super Hero responsibilities into confl ict with his normal life and putting those he cares about most at risk. When he enlists Doctor Strange's help to restore his secret, the spell tears a hole in their world, releasing the most powerful villains who have ever fought a Spider-Man in any  universe. (148 minutes)

 

RATED PG-13

Note: Annex Room A will open at 6:00 PM   Pizza will be served at 6:30. The Movie will start at 7:00.

CONTACT: ctrollo  516-759-8300  gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org

Celebrate the End of the School Year  with Pizza and a Movie! 

Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) 

 

Spider-Man’s secret identity is revealed, bringing his Super Hero responsibilities into confl ict with his normal life and putting those he cares about most at risk. When he enlists Doctor Strange's help to restore his secret, the spell tears a hole in their world, releasing the most powerful villains who have ever fought a Spider-Man in any  universe. (148 minutes)

 

RATED PG-13

Note: Annex Room A will open at 6:00 PM   Pizza will be served at 6:30. The Movie will start at 7:00.

CONTACT:
  ctrollo
  516.759.8300
   gcinfo@goldcoastlibrary.org


Monday June 27, 2022

Ages 3-24 months
 Sing and play with your baby as he or she delights in finger play, nursery rhymes, music, and movement.

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 3-24 months
 Sing and play with your baby as he or she delights in finger play, nursery rhymes, music, and movement.

LOCATION: Annex


 
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11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Play Hooray Kids

Ages 25 months - 4 years
Play Hooray Kids is a 45-minute interactive class filled with fun, music, movement activities all done to a theme.

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 25 months - 4 years
Play Hooray Kids is a 45-minute interactive class filled with fun, music, movement activities all done to a theme.

LOCATION: Annex


 
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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Stitches and Stories Drop-In Program

Stitches and Stories offers patrons the opportunity to learn to crochet or knit in a warm, friendly environment. Come enjoy the comaraderie while learning a new skill or improving on the skills you already have. Work on your own or on a group project.

LOCATION: Annex
There are 18 spaces available.

Stitches and Stories offers patrons the opportunity to learn to crochet or knit in a warm, friendly environment. Come enjoy the comaraderie while learning a new skill or improving on the skills you already have. Work on your own or on a group project.

LOCATION: Annex

There are 18 spaces available.

Tuesday June 28, 2022

Join instructor Jacqui Palatnik for a Beginner or re-fresher Mah Jongg Program on Tuesday June 7,14, and 28th from 11-1.  This is the game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations.  This class will introduce you to the tiles and basic moves of this ancient game.

LOCATION: Annex

Join instructor Jacqui Palatnik for a Beginner or re-fresher Mah Jongg Program on Tuesday June 7,14, and 28th from 11-1.  This is the game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations.  This class will introduce you to the tiles and basic moves of this ancient game.

LOCATION: Annex


 
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7:00 PM
How to Research and Document Your Family History. A Tale of Two-Families

“The vast majority of our Jewish ancestors came to the United States during one of two great migrations; German Jews during the period 1820 - 1880 and a larger migration of Eastern European Jews between 1880 and the early 1920s. Starting with information that you know about yourself and your immediate family, our goal is to rediscover our ancestor’s history from the time our family came to the United States as well as trying to go back to the “old country.” 

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM MAY!

 

 

Bio:

 

Nolan Altman was bit by the “genealogy bug” when he was inspired to write his family history in 1996 in memory of his mother. After making use of the valuable information on JewishGen, he volunteered to do data entry on various projects In time, he was asked to become the Coordinator for JewishGen’s Holocaust Database and subsequently the Coordinator for the JOWBR (JewishGen’s Online Worldwide Burial Registry) project. Nolan works with volunteers from around the world helping to grow both databases for the benefit of family members and researchers. Nolan currently holds the position of JewishGen’s Director for Data Acquisition and focuses on growing the JOWBR, Holocaust and Memorial Plaques databases.

*This program is brought to you courtesy of the Genealogy Collective and is sponsored by the Glen Cove Library.

 

LOCATION: Online
There are 87 spaces available.

“The vast majority of our Jewish ancestors came to the United States during one of two great migrations; German Jews during the period 1820 - 1880 and a larger migration of Eastern European Jews between 1880 and the early 1920s. Starting with information that you know about yourself and your immediate family, our goal is to rediscover our ancestor’s history from the time our family came to the United States as well as trying to go back to the “old country.” 

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM MAY!

 

 

Bio:

 

Nolan Altman was bit by the “genealogy bug” when he was inspired to write his family history in 1996 in memory of his mother. After making use of the valuable information on JewishGen, he volunteered to do data entry on various projects In time, he was asked to become the Coordinator for JewishGen’s Holocaust Database and subsequently the Coordinator for the JOWBR (JewishGen’s Online Worldwide Burial Registry) project. Nolan works with volunteers from around the world helping to grow both databases for the benefit of family members and researchers. Nolan currently holds the position of JewishGen’s Director for Data Acquisition and focuses on growing the JOWBR, Holocaust and Memorial Plaques databases.

*This program is brought to you courtesy of the Genealogy Collective and is sponsored by the Glen Cove Library.

 

LOCATION: Online

There are 87 spaces available.

Wednesday June 29, 2022
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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Shrimp Pocket Pal

 

 

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON PROGRAM LOCATED IN LIBRARY ANNEX ROOM A.

Grades 3-6

Lisa Colon will teach you how to sew Swimp the Shrimp, a cute little pal for your pocket.

LOCATION: Annex

 

 

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON PROGRAM LOCATED IN LIBRARY ANNEX ROOM A.

Grades 3-6

Lisa Colon will teach you how to sew Swimp the Shrimp, a cute little pal for your pocket.

LOCATION: Annex


 

A Sailor’s Valentine is a term used to describe a piece of artwork made out of seashells, used basically as mosaics to create a design.  It is said that these works of art got their name from a tradition back in the Victorian 1800’s where sailors would collect seashells during their long voyages on whaling ships and pass the time aboard ship by creating designs out of the shells for their loved ones back home. These are considered maritime crafts, like scrimshaw, and are not specifically for Valentine's Day, they are for anytime of year!

Using shells and creativity, make a beautiful summer decoration that will look great on your patio or coffee table!

There is a non-refundable $5 fee due at the time of registration.

 

LOCATION: Annex

A Sailor’s Valentine is a term used to describe a piece of artwork made out of seashells, used basically as mosaics to create a design.  It is said that these works of art got their name from a tradition back in the Victorian 1800’s where sailors would collect seashells during their long voyages on whaling ships and pass the time aboard ship by creating designs out of the shells for their loved ones back home. These are considered maritime crafts, like scrimshaw, and are not specifically for Valentine's Day, they are for anytime of year!

Using shells and creativity, make a beautiful summer decoration that will look great on your patio or coffee table!

There is a non-refundable $5 fee due at the time of registration.

 

LOCATION: Annex


Thursday June 30, 2022

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online
There are 88 spaces available.

Practice Tai Chi under the guidance of Linda Cafiero either at home or at the Library. Imagine yourself rooted to the earth with your head holding up the sky. Imagine billowing clouds floating all around you. Imagine the whole universe alive within you.....tai-chi, a moving meditation. 

This is a virtual class via Zoom. Please register with a valid email address to receive sign on information.

LOCATION: Annex / Online

There are 88 spaces available.

Wednesday July 6, 2022
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7:00 PM
History & Horticulture: Old Westbury Gardens and The High Line

History & Horticulture: Old Westbury Gardens and The High Line
   

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? Or that if 500 New Yorkers hadn't died, there's a good chance The elevated Highline Park wouldn't exist today? Join garden writer Jessica Damiano as she explores the fascinating history behind these two gardens, and discover the beautiful plant selections that make them stand out.    

 

Jessica Damiano is an award-winning journalist, gardening coach, Cornell-trained master gardener and author of The Weekly Dirt email newsletter. Formerly Newsday's nationally syndicated, prize-winning Garden Detective columnist, Jessica enjoys helping local gardeners solve their horticultural problems in her newsletter and the hundreds of gardening presentations she gives around the US (and the world!) each year. The 2021 edition of “Jessica Damiano’s Day-by Day Gardening Calendar: 365 tips and chores to keep your garden on track all year long” was awarded the prestigious International Garden Communicators prize. Jessica lives on the North Shore of Long Island, NY, with her husband and dog, and a whole bunch of perennials, vegetable plants and weeds.

 

LOCATION: Online
There are 96 spaces available.

History & Horticulture: Old Westbury Gardens and The High Line
   

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? Or that if 500 New Yorkers hadn't died, there's a good chance The elevated Highline Park wouldn't exist today? Join garden writer Jessica Damiano as she explores the fascinating history behind these two gardens, and discover the beautiful plant selections that make them stand out.    

 

Jessica Damiano is an award-winning journalist, gardening coach, Cornell-trained master gardener and author of The Weekly Dirt email newsletter. Formerly Newsday's nationally syndicated, prize-winning Garden Detective columnist, Jessica enjoys helping local gardeners solve their horticultural problems in her newsletter and the hundreds of gardening presentations she gives around the US (and the world!) each year. The 2021 edition of “Jessica Damiano’s Day-by Day Gardening Calendar: 365 tips and chores to keep your garden on track all year long” was awarded the prestigious International Garden Communicators prize. Jessica lives on the North Shore of Long Island, NY, with her husband and dog, and a whole bunch of perennials, vegetable plants and weeds.

 

LOCATION: Online

There are 96 spaces available.

Thursday July 7, 2022

Ages 3-24 months
 Sing and play with your baby as he or she delights in finger play, nursery rhymes, music, and movement.

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 3-24 months
 Sing and play with your baby as he or she delights in finger play, nursery rhymes, music, and movement.

LOCATION: Annex


 
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11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Play Hooray Kids

Ages 25 months - 4 years
Play Hooray Kids is a 45-minute interactive class filled with fun, music, movement activities all done to a theme.

LOCATION: Annex

Ages 25 months - 4 years
Play Hooray Kids is a 45-minute interactive class filled with fun, music, movement activities all done to a theme.

LOCATION: Annex


Saturday July 9, 2022
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Empire Safety Council Driving Class

Defensive Driving Course

 

Drivers who complete Empire Safety Council’s 6-hour Defensive Driving Course save 10% on their liability, personal injury protection, and collision insurance for THREE YEARS and may reduce up to FOUR points on their driving record. Course completion is transmitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles and recorded on each student’s driving record. 

Adventure into traffic safety awareness!

Course entails student participation, with an informative workbook, and three safety education films.  No formal testing.

 Masks are encouraged to be worn during the entire course. The instructor will not wear a mask to accommodate those who rely on lip reading, but all attendees must wear a mask at all times. 

 

Tuition - $ 30.00 per student payable by check only. Please make the check out to Impact Services.

LOCATION: Annex

Defensive Driving Course

 

Drivers who complete Empire Safety Council’s 6-hour Defensive Driving Course save 10% on their liability, personal injury protection, and collision insurance for THREE YEARS and may reduce up to FOUR points on their driving record. Course completion is transmitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles and recorded on each student’s driving record. 

Adventure into traffic safety awareness!

Course entails student participation, with an informative workbook, and three safety education films.  No formal testing.

 Masks are encouraged to be worn during the entire course. The instructor will not wear a mask to accommodate those who rely on lip reading, but all attendees must wear a mask at all times. 

 

Tuition - $ 30.00 per student payable by check only. Please make the check out to Impact Services.

LOCATION: Annex


Monday July 11, 2022
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7:00 PM
James Coll presents...unreasonable searches and seizures

"...unreasonable searches and seizures..."
The Constitution's Fourth Amendment protects us from unlawful intrusion
by the government. Yet how do we determine between reasonable and
unreasonable when simultaneously protecting public safety and ensuring
individual liberties? The issue, older than the republic yet complicated by
new technology, will be discussed by analyzing Supreme Court cases.

This is a hybrid presentation. Please indicate whether you will be attending in person or via Zoom. If you are attending via Zoom, please register with a valid email address.

LOCATION: Annex
There are 95 spaces available.

"...unreasonable searches and seizures..."
The Constitution's Fourth Amendment protects us from unlawful intrusion
by the government. Yet how do we determine between reasonable and
unreasonable when simultaneously protecting public safety and ensuring
individual liberties? The issue, older than the republic yet complicated by
new technology, will be discussed by analyzing Supreme Court cases.

This is a hybrid presentation. Please indicate whether you will be attending in person or via Zoom. If you are attending via Zoom, please register with a valid email address.

LOCATION: Annex

There are 95 spaces available.

Thursday July 14, 2022
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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Empire Safety Council Driving Class

Defensive Driving Course

 

Drivers who complete Empire Safety Council’s 6-hour Defensive Driving Course save 10% on their liability, personal injury protection, and collision insurance for THREE YEARS and may reduce up to FOUR points on their driving record. Course completion is transmitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles and recorded on each student’s driving record. 

Adventure into traffic safety awareness!

Course entails student participation, with an informative workbook, and three safety education films.  No formal testing.

 Masks are encouraged to be worn during the entire course. The instructor will not wear a mask to accommodate those who rely on lip reading, but all attendees must wear a mask at all times. 

 

Tuition - $ 30.00 per student payable by check only. Please make the check out to Impact Services.

LOCATION: Annex

Defensive Driving Course

 

Drivers who complete Empire Safety Council’s 6-hour Defensive Driving Course save 10% on their liability, personal injury protection, and collision insurance for THREE YEARS and may reduce up to FOUR points on their driving record. Course completion is transmitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles and recorded on each student’s driving record. 

Adventure into traffic safety awareness!

Course entails student participation, with an informative workbook, and three safety education films.  No formal testing.

 Masks are encouraged to be worn during the entire course. The instructor will not wear a mask to accommodate those who rely on lip reading, but all attendees must wear a mask at all times. 

 

Tuition - $ 30.00 per student payable by check only. Please make the check out to Impact Services.

LOCATION: Annex


Wednesday July 20, 2022

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Wednesday August 17, 2022

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Wednesday September 21, 2022

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Wednesday October 19, 2022

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Wednesday November 16, 2022

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

Wednesday December 21, 2022

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex

The Board of Trustees will meet in Room A of the Annex this evening.   

 

 

LOCATION: Annex


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