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MEET THE AUTHOR: Mac Griswold

Tuesday, April 22 7:00pm (refreshments at 6:30pm)
Meet author and historian Mac Griswold, author of The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island, this year's Long Island Reads selection.
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CHILDREN'S SERVICES:
New Mother's Discussion Group

Fridays, April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 at 10am
Are you a first time mother looking for a supportive group to share your feelings about this new experience? You and your baby are invited to join our discussion group, led by a certified counselor, designed to give you confidence in your parenting skills. Topics will range from infant growth and development to the way family dynamics change with the arrival of a child. You will also learn about the library and its services while meeting
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TEEN SERVICES:
DROP IN/D.I.Y. WORKSHOPS FOR APRIL!

No registration is required for these programs spaces are guaranteed to the first 20 teens (grades 6-12) or as long as supplies are available. Click "Read More" to view full schedule.  Read More...

ADULT SERVICES:
Meet the Filmmaker: Thom Hoffman

Shinnecock: A Documentary Film
Wednesday, April 23 7:00pm

The Shinnecock tribe has been living on Long Island for 12,000 years. This fascinating documentary portrait, filmed over a three-year period, presents the history and ongoing challenges of the Shinnecock people as told in their own words, as well as the larger story of all Native Americans on Long Island. Director Thom Hoffman and members of the Shinnecock Nation will be on hand for a discussion and Q&A.

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