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Autumn 2013

LIBRARY HOSTS TRAVELING EXHIBIT WAR OF 1812: A NATION FORGED IN WAR The Library is proud to host a traveling exhibit this September - War of 1812: A Nation Forged in War. This exhibit is on loan to us from the National Museum of the United States Navy in Annapolis, Maryland. The display commemorates the 200 year anniversary of the War of 1812 (fought between 1812-1815), and will be featured at nearly two hundred locations across the United States and Canada. War of 1812: A Nation Forged by War highlights the prominent role of the US Navy, US Marine Corps, and the US Revenue Cutter Service in bringing Great Britain to the negotiating table and forcing recognition of a truly independent United States. The exhibit tells the stories of heroic US Navy crews in battles on the oceans and Great lakes, as well as the contributions of sailors in celebrated battles from Canada to Louisiana. The exhibit will be at the Mineola Library’s Walter and Joan Hobbs Gallery for the entire month of September. In addition, we will be featuring two excellent programs on this era. On September 5, we will feature a lecture “From Battleground to Empire State: New York and the Legacy of 1812.” Then on September 19 we will host a musical show, “The War of 1812: A Musical Exploration of the Era with Frank Hendricks and Linda Pratt.” Please see the Adult Programs section of this newsletter for more information on these programs.

NEW MUSEUM PASS – OLD BETHPAGE VILLAGE We are proud to announce the latest addition to our Museum Pass Program. The library has partnered with the Old Bethpage Village Restoration to provide a museum pass for our residents. This pass will allow free admission for up to four visitors to the Restoration. Passes can be reserved online or at the Reference Desk, starting this fall.

NEW DVD SET – SAT PRIVATE TUTOR The library has added the complete “Private Tutor- SAT Course” to our collection. These DVDs represent a 20 hour comprehensive and interactive SAT preparation course. Features of the DVDs include: • • • • •

Complete course covers all aspects of the SAT Same approach and result as private tutoring Includes numerous practice drills with answer explanations DVD format allows learning and review at your own pace Unique one-on-one DVD instruction includes innovative animated visuals • Taught by UCLA alumna with 15 years of experience as an SAT Master Tutor There are 9 individual DVDs in the set, and all are available for free borrowing from our non-fiction DVD collection.

LIBRARY TO COMMEMORATE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS On November 19, 1863, the greatest speech in American history was delivered by President Abraham Lincoln in the small town of Gettysburg, PA. Lincoln was there to dedicate a cemetery for the casualties of the battle that took place in Gettysburg in July of that year. Lincoln’s short but moving speech became known as “The Gettysburg Address” and helped to heal the wounds of a divided nation. The speech still resonates today, both in our country and around the world. On Tuesday, November 19, 2013, at 12 noon, the library will host a reenactment of the Gettysburg Address on the front lawn of the library. Our special guest will be “Lincoln Presenter” Bob Costello, who appeared as Lincoln in 2009 at our special Lincoln exhibit. Following the reenactment, guests are invited into the library for refreshments. At 1:00PM, Mr. Costello (again appearing as Lincoln) will give a one hour program on the Gettysburg Address--the events that led up to it, its effect on the last two years of the war and Lincoln’s life. Please make plans to join us for this special event.

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Adult Programs Programs marked with an * require advance registration. Please inquire at the Reference Desk for additional information.

Tai Chi—Seven Session Program* Saturdays, 10:15-11:15AM—September 21, 28; October 5, 19, 26; and, November 2, 9. Join Andrea Albergo for Tai Chi, which brings inspiration, focus and clarity to your life.

The War of 1812: A Musical Exploration of the Era with Frank Hendricks and Linda Pratt* Thursday, September 19 at 7:00PM Listen to songs celebrating notable sea victories over the British, Lake Erie and Lake Champlain naval heroes, Philadelphia Patriotic Diggers, Andrew Jackson’s triumph at New Orleans, a waltz and minuet written especially for Dolley Madison, and the creation of our National Anthem.

Yoga Sessions at the Library* Mondays, September 9, 23, 30; October 7, 28; and, November 4, 25, 7:00PM. Rob Crowe will help you relax, meditate and reach optimum health. Chi Kung (Qigong) Meditation—Seven Session Program* Tuesdays at 11:00AM to 12:00PM: September 17, 24; and, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Chi Kung is a foundation of healing—physically mentally, emotionally and spiritually—easy to learn, always enjoyable!

Tech Buddies* Saturdays, September 21, October 5, 19, 26, November 16, 23 at 3:30-4:30PM Trained teens will teach adults how to use their own precharged laptops, e-readers, iPads, tablets, smartphones, digital cameras, and any other devices. Must indicate needs upon registration (including preferred language).


The ABCs of Medicare Including the Part D Prescription Plan* Monday, September 23 at 1:00PM Carol Kaplowitz, Long Term Specialist, will cover Medicare topics. A Q & A will follow.

From Battleground to Empire State: New York and the Legacy of 1812* Thursday, September 5 at 7:00PM Alfred C. Ronzoni will explore the legacy of the War of 1812 in the creation of New York as the “Empire State.”

LECTURE All About Quilting* Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 1:15PM Emilia Rabito Baer will focus on the development of quilting to its recognition and popularity today. It can be a fine art to hang on the wall, wear on the body and, even create other objects.

A Concert with the New York Exceptions Saturday, September 7 at 2:00PM. Dave Scotti, Mike Nicolletti, Kevin Driscoll, Dominick Soldezzo, Wayne Kent and Steve Ward will be taking you back to the 50’s and 60’s and 70’s. Their Doo-Wop band will have you singing and dancing to your favorite oldies.

Safe Driving Courses*: Saturday, October 12 at 10:15AM–4:15PM The Empire Safety Council course is open to licensed drivers of any age. Registration will begin at the Reference Desk on Monday, September 9th when a fee of $35.00, payable by check only to Empire Safety Council will be collected. 2

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Adult Programs (Continued from Page 2) Friday, November 1 at 10:15AM-4:15PM AARP* Individuals 50 and over with checks of $17 for AARP members and $19 for all others payable to AARP may register at the Reference Desk, beginning Monday, September 30 for this course.

Medicare Annual Enrollment Period— Questions and Answers!* Saturday, November 16 at 1-2:30PM Join insurance agent, Marty Pereira, as he talks about the Medicare New Enrollment period. Find out which insurance options are available to you.

Hammer Horror: British Horror Films of 1960s Wednesday, October 16 at 7:00PM Keith Crocker’s lecture/film study is a journey through the career of England’s Hammer film studios. Keith will take you through their humble poverty row productions of the 1940s to international recognition as the masters of horror in the 1960s. Along with a vintage memorabilia presentation, view a digest version of The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)!

John F. Kennedy: 50th Anniversary of the President’s Assassination Friday, November 15 at 2:00PM Join Mr. Livingston for his presentation on the life of President Kennedy, the 35th President, and his untimely death.

Book Discussion Group

The Library’s Book Club meets one Wednesday night each month at 7:00PM. Come enjoy our relaxed atmosphere as we discuss great books. September 18 – The White Queen by Philippa Gregory


October 23 – The Children of Men by PD James

Hiking Long Island* Thursday, October 17 at 7:00PM A naturalist and author, Mr. Lee McAllister’s presentation encompasses the geology, history (natural and human), flora, fauna and topographical features that make LI such an interesting place to hike at any season.

November 20 – Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero by Chris Matthews

The Walter & Joan Hobbs Art Gallery: Artists’ Shows and Receptions Please join us downstairs in the Walter & Joan Hobbs Art Gallery. Each month, a different artist’s work will be on display for public viewing.

Blood Drive at the Library* The Long Island Blood Services will be hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, November 14 from 1:30-7:30PM. Please donate. Register at the Reference Desk, or call 516-746-8488 Ext. 2. Walk-ins are always welcome.

September 2013 War of 1812: A Nation Forged in War Exhibit This exhibit is on loan to us from the National Museum of the United States Navy in Annapolis, Maryland. The display commemorates the 200 year anniversary of the War of 1812 (fought between 1812-1815).

Healthy Lao Cooking* Saturday, November 2 at 2:00PM Ms. Penn Hongthong will demonstrate how to make simple, healthy Lao cooking. Enjoy a taste of delicious Grilled GingerChicken Wings, Lemongrass-Chicken Wings, Sweet and Sour Sauce and Roasted Tomato Sauce. Please bring your own soft drink.

October 2013 Carol Bruder – landscapes in oil. Reception – Saturday, October 5, at 1:00PM-3:00PM. November 2013 Edward Kenny – color photography of nature and flora. His photography will also be on display in our display case upstairs on the main floor. 3

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Youth Programs

PROGRAM POLICIES: KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! • Registered participants must be present when the program is scheduled to begin. After 5 minutes, your child’s spot may be given to someone on the • To sign up you must have a valid Mineola Library card (patrons with cards waiting list. from other libraries will be put on a waitlist). Sign up may be done in person, by phone or e-mail ( Please have your • Programs may be cancelled due to low sign up. card handy when signing up for programs. • All programs require advance sign up (unless otherwise indicated).

The Mineola Children’s Department would like to thank the following organizations for their support during the 2013 Summer Reading program: The Friends of the Mineola Memorial Library, Adventureland, The Land of Make Believe, The Long Island Ducks, The Long Island Science Center, the New York Giants, Bronx Zoo, Long Island Children’s Museum, Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery & Aquarium, Cradle of Aviation Museum, Bounce U, McDonald’s, Applebees, Panera Bread, White Post Farms, Maritime Explorium, Oriental Trading Company, Inc., The Animal Farm, Barnes & Noble, Lakeshore Learning, Grasshopper Comics, Phoenix Comics & Collectibles, Medieval Times, and Mango Languages. The Mineola Memorial Library would also like to thank the seven organizations who attended for their help in making the Teen Volunteer Fair a success on Friday, July 19, 2013. They volunteered personnel to talk to over 40 teens in grades 8-12 about volunteering opportunities with their organizations: American Red Cross on Long Island, Avalon Park and Preserve, Island Harvest, Special Olympics New York, Operation Splash, Reading Reflections, and We Care Blankets.

Fall Drop-In Play Group Mondays: October 7 to November 4 at 10:30AM (NO PLAYTIME OCT. 14) Ages 4 mos. to 3 ½ yrs (with caregiver) No Sign-Up Required We will supply the toys while you meet your neighbors and their children at this informal (not run by a librarian) play group. Come for one or all of the sessions!

Tween/Teen Room Weekdays 3:00PM-5:00PM (contact the Library for dates) Our Community Room will be available as a Tween/Teen Room after school, from 3-5pm, for doing homework, reading, Xbox 360 gaming, playing board games, etc. (This room will be closed for special events and holidays at the Library. Dates are subject to change.) Baby Sign Language 1 Tuesdays at 10:30AM, September 10, 17, 24, October 1 Ages birth and up with adult Sign-up begins Monday, August 26 Discover the many benefits of signing with your hearing baby. Learn over 80 signs that will help your child to communicate more clearly. Expectant parents welcome. No experience necessary.

Fall Storytimes Both Storycrafters sessions begin the week of October 1 & end the week of November 5 Ages 2 ½ to kindergarten (with caregiver) Sign-up for both begins Monday, September 23 Storycrafters: Thursdays at 10:30AM Pajama Storycrafters: Wednesdays at 7:00PM (except on Oct. 16) Join us for exciting stories, favorite songs, and simple crafts.

Tween/Teen Advisory Group Volunteers Wednesdays, September 11, October 2, November 20 @ 4:00PM Gr. 5 & up Open registration Tell us what programs, books, music, video games, and movies you want @ the library! Refreshments will be served. Volunteer/Community credit will be given. Registration required.

Sensory Storytimes Saturday, September 14 @ 10:30AM Saturday, November 9 @ 3:00PM Ages 2 ½ to Kindergarten (with caregiver) Sign-up begins Monday, August 26 & Monday, October 21 Join us for an interactive storytime with books and activities involving the senses! *Ideal for children who have difficulty sitting still during regular storytime and children with special needs.

Pokemon Gaming Club Tuesdays, September 17, October 1, November 19 @ 4:00PM5:00PM Gr. 3 and up Sign-up begins Tuesday, September 3 Meet other Pokemon fans, trade cards, and battle Pokemon with them on your Nintendo DS!

Adopt-a-Shelf Volunteer Program Runs throughout the year Gr. 6-12 Apply at the Children’s Desk Organized and detail-oriented teens are welcome to fill out an application at the Children’s Desk to be an “adopt-ashelf ” volunteer. Volunteers will be responsible for keeping a section of the Children’s book collection in order on a weekly basis. Hours are flexible and volunteers will earn volunteer/ community credit. 4

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Youth Programs (Continued from Page 4) Lego Club Thursday, September 12; Monday, October 28; and Thursday, November 21 at 4:30PM Kindergarten and up Sign-up for all three sessions begins Monday, August 26 Do you LEGO? Create unique structures and meet other Lego enthusiasts!

First-time volunteers must complete an Application and Parental Permission Form at time of registration, and attend the mandatory training session.

Gymboree Play & Music Mondays: September 16, 23, and 30 at 10:45AM Ages 14 months to 5 yrs. (with caregiver) IN PERSON ONLY SIGN UP begins Monday, August 19 *A $7.00, EXACT CASH ONLY, NON-REFUNDABLE MATERIALS FEE IS DUE AT SIGN UP. Join Gymboree for circle time, movement, and music with bells and shakers.

Gourmet Cereal Treats Wednesday, September 25 at 4:30PM Grades 1-4 Sign up begins Monday, September 9 Use different types of cereals to create a yummy marshmallow, caramel or chocolate treat with Chefs of D’ Future. *Food used in this program may contain allergens.

Back-To-School Peace Sign Mirrors Tuesday, September 24 at 4:00PM Gr. 3 & up Sign-up begins Monday, September 9 Decorate a “groovy” mirror in the shape of a peace sign to hang in your school locker or in your bedroom at home!

Craft Closet Cleanout (IN THE CHILDREN’S ROOM) Wednesday, September 25, at 7:008:00PM All Ages No sign up required. Missed a craft during a year? Drop by the Children’s Room and make and take a craft. All materials are while our supplies last.

Hand Crafted Homemade Pasta Wednesday, September 18 at 4:00PM-5:30PM Gr. 4 & up Sign-up begins Monday, August 19 Julie Reilly from Chefs of D’Future will teach you how to prepare the tomato sauce and watch the pasta get longer and longer as you roll out the dough with a hand crank pasta machine! Bring home the pasta and the sauce to be cooked for a delicious meal. *This program may contain food allergens.

Movie Making for Teens Saturday, September 28 at 2:00PM-4:00PM Grades 8-12 Sign-up begins Monday, September 16 Want to learn how to make movies? Learn from instructor Keith Crocker how to write a scene, how to light and shoot a scene, how to recruit talent and a crew, and how to put a feature presentation together without breaking your budget.

Minecraft Mondays Mondays, September 16, October 21, November 18 at 3:00PM-4:30PM Gr. 5 & up Sign-up begins Monday, August 26 Play Minecraft or Roblox, share tips, and show off your creations to others! Please bring your own devices (laptop, iOS or Android devices). Minecraft players must have their own account.

Big Digs, Little Digs Monday, September 30 at 4:30PM Ages 2-K Sign up begins Monday, September 16 From bulldozers to dump trucks children love big machines. Join us for stories and activities as we explore the construction site.

Tech Buddies Saturdays, September 21, October 5, 19, 26, November 16, 23 at 3:30-4:30PM Mandatory Training Session: Saturday, September 7 at 3:304:30PM Gr. 8-12 Open registration. Signed application required. Teen volunteers will get volunteer credit for showing adults how to use their own pre-charged laptops, e-Readers, iPads, tablets, smartphones, digital cameras, and any other devices.

Babysitting Training Course Thursday, October 3 at 4:00-6:00PM Gr. 5-12 Sign-up begins Monday, September 16 Learn about babysitting basics from Ilda Catuogno, M.S., an American Red Cross and American Heart Association instructor. Receive a certificate to add to your credentials as a possible babysitter or mother’s helper! 5

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Youth Programs (Continued from Page 5) with others, and the winner gets a special prize! *This program may contain food allergens.

Skittles Family Bingo Night Thursday, October 3 at 7PM Ages 3 & up Sign up begins Monday, September 16 Can you resist eating your BINGO pieces? Be the first to shout out BINGO and win some great prizes!

Baby Sign Language 2 Tuesdays at 10:30AM: October 8, 15, 22, 29 Ages birth and up with adult Sign-up begins Tuesday, September 24 Missed Session 1? Join us for a second session introducing over 80 signs (different from Session 1) that will help your child communicate more clearly. Newcomers and expectant parents welcome. No experience necessary.

1-2-3 Have Fun with Me: Family Place Parent/Child Workshop Wednesdays: October 9 to November 6 at 10:45-12:00PM Ages 1-3 ½ yrs. (with caregiver) Siblings 0-5 yrs. welcome with registered child only. Sign up (for all five sessions) begins Monday, September 23 This workshop series features toys, art activities, and one-on-one contact with early childhood specialists in the areas of early literacy, child development, speech & language, nutrition, and play. PLEASE NOTE: PREVIOUS WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS WILL GO ON A WAITLIST.

Zombie Halloween Party Tuesday, October 29 at 4:00PM-5:00PM Gr. 5 & up Sign-up begins Monday, October 7 Have a scary good time with zombie video gaming, touching and identifying zombie “body parts,” and winning raffle prizes, such as your own zombie survival kit! Refreshments will be served. *This program may contain food allergens. Trick or Treat in the Children’s Room Thursday, October 31 from 10:00AM-9:00PM Don’t forget to stop by the Children’s Desk on Halloween for your special treat (while our supplies last).

Creative Writing Workshop for Teens Wednesdays, October 9, 16, 23, and 30 at 4:00PM-5:00PM Gr. 8-12 Sign-up begins Monday, September 30 Program runs all four sessions long. Painlessly begin work on a new writing project of your own. Learn strategies to increase your skills in description, voice and character, dialogue, and the power of revision. Become part of a writers’ group. Workshop adapted from an advanced course developed by Megan Frazer Blakemore, author of The Water Castle (pub. 2013).

Glowga Wednesday, November 6 at 4:30PM Grades 2 and up Sign up begins Monday, October 21 Join Adele Arkin for glow-in-the-dark yoga fun! Tales for Tots Tuesdays at 10:30AM: November 12, 19, 26 Ages 13 – 29 months with adult Sign-up begins Tuesday, October 29 Are you too old for Baby Lapsit but too young for Storycrafters? This program is designed especially for you! It features songs, stories, movement, and more just for toddlers.

Halloween Candy Taste Test Thursday, October 10 at 4:30PM Gr. 1-4 Sign up begins Monday, September 23 Can you tell the difference between a Hershey bar and a Starburst? Put your knowledge to the test in this sweet Halloween candy challenge. *FOOD USED IN THIS PROGRAM MAY CONTAIN ALLERGENS.

Junior Chefs: Cheesecake “Mashed Potato” Cookies Tuesday, November 12 at 4:00PM Gr. 3 & up Sign-up begins Monday, October 28 Make Thanksgiving cookies that look like “mashed potatoes and gravy” using cheesecake filling and caramel sauce! *This program may contain food allergens.

Monster Mash! Thursday, October 17 at 4:30PM Ages 2-K Sign up begins Monday, September 30 Not all monsters are scary! Read monster stories, make a monster apron, and more!

Yu-Gi-Oh Card Tournament Wednesday, November 13 at 4:00PM-6:00PM Gr. 3 & up Sign-up begins Monday, October 28 Players must bring their own Yu-Gi-Oh card decks to face off with other duelists. Use your skills to win your way to the top!

Junior Chefs: Zombie Cupcake Contest Tuesday, October 22 at 4:00PM Gr. 3 & up Sign-up begins Monday, October 7 Can you make the spookiest zombie cupcake ever? Compete 6

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Youth Programs (Continued from Page 6) Tots at Night Wednesday, November 13 at 7:00PM Ages 18 months to 5 years (with caregiver) Sign-up begins Monday, October 28 Join “A Time for Kids, Inc.” for movement, music, stories, and crafts.

FILM SERIES Thursdays at 6:30PM and Fridays at 11:00AM September 12 and 13 - 42 - History was made in 1947, when Jackie Robinson broke the professional baseball race barrier to become the first African-American MLB player of the modern era. 42 tells the life story of Robinson and his history-making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers under the guidance of team executive Branch Rickey. “It’s a sports film nonsports fans can love; it’s a family film that never preaches...” - New York Daily News

Hunger Games: Catching Fire Challenge Friday, November 22 at 4:00PM-5:00PM Gr. 5 & up Sign-up begins Monday, November 4 Do you have what it takes to make it through the Hunger Games training camp? Learn how to tie knots, practice your aim, float down “tribute gifts” with parachutes, and test your knowledge with The Hunger Games trivia!

September 26 and 27 - Mud - Two boys, Ellis and his best friend Neckbone, find a mysterious man named Mud hiding out on a deserted island in the Mississippi. Mud tells the boys fantastic stories about his life, including how he killed a man in Texas and vengeful bounty hunters are coming to get him. He says he is planning to meet and escape with the love of his life, Juniper. The boys agree to help him, but it isn’t long until their small town is besieged by bounty hunters out for blood. “Mud is a lyrical coming-of-age tale that feels like a Mark Twain story in a contemporary setting.” - USA Today

Thanksgiving Corn Print Placemats Monday, November 25 at 4:30PM Ages 2-K (with caregiver) Sign-up begins Tuesday, November 12 Use corn on the cob to paint and create a unique placemat for the Thanksgiving table. *PLEASE COME DRESSED FOR A MESS!

October 10 and 11 - Admission - A Princeton admissions officer, Portia Nathan, who is up for a major promotion, takes a professional risk after she meets a college-bound alternative school kid who just might be the son she gave up years ago in a secret adoption. “Admission has some sublime moments...” - Chicago Sun-Times


Scott Strauss, Mayor

Paul Pereira Dennis Walsh


Terence Timlin, President Laura Kern Russ Sutherland

Michael Vezzi Mary Anne Warnecke

October 24 and 25 - Amour - A touching tale of a loving couple whose unbreakable bonds of marriage are tested by life’s greatest challenge. “In the history of movies about love, Amour shall last forever.” - Time Magazine.

Charles Sleefe, Library Director Newsletter edited by Meredith Minkoff and Vivian Yuan

Please note that this film will be presented in its original French language version, with English subtitles.

LIBRARY HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

10:00 am - 9:00 pm 10:00 am - 5:30 pm 10:00 am - 9:00 pm 10:00 am - 9:00 pm 10:00 am - 5:30 pm 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Closed

November 7 and 8—The Sapphires-- Inspired by a true story, it’s 1968, and four young, talented Australian Aboriginal girls learn about love, friendship, and war when their all-girl group the Sapphires entertains U.S. troops in Vietnam. “...a blast of joy and music that struts right into your heart.” - Rolling Stone November 21 and 22—Kon-Tiki-- Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific Ocean in a balsa wood raft in 1947, together with five men, to prove that South Americans back in pre-Columbian times could have crossed the sea to settle on Polynesian islands. After gathering financing for the trip with loans and donations, they set off on an epic 101-day-long journey across eight thousand kilometers, all while the world was watching. “...stunning to watch.” - Toronto Star.

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE The Library will be closed on: Monday, September 2, 2013 – Labor Day Monday, October 14, 2013 – Columbus Day Tuesday, November 5, 2013 – Election Day Monday, November 11, 2013 – Veterans Day Thursday, November 28, 2013 – Thanksgiving Day

Please note that this film will be presented in its original Norwegian language version, with English subtitles.


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Events Calendar - Autumn 2013 *Pre-Registration Required


Monster-Kids 430PM* Hiking 7PM* 19 Tai Chi 1015AM* Tech Buddies-Kids 330PM* 21 Playtime-Kids 1030AM* Minecraft-Kids 3PM* Library Board 7PM 22 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Chi Kung 11AM* Zombie-Kids 4PM* 23 Parent/Child Workshop-Kids 1045AM* Creative Writing-Kids 4PM* Book Club 7PM PJ Storytime-Kids 7PM* 24 Storytime-Kids 1030AM* Feature Film 630PM 25 Feature Film 11AM 26 Tai Chi 1015AM* Tech Buddies-Kids 330PM* 28 Playtime-Kids 1030AM Lego Club-Kids 430PM* Yoga 7PM* 29 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Chi Kung 11AM* Zombie-Kids 4PM* 30 Parent/Child Workshop-Kids 1045AM* Creative-Kids 4PM* PJ Storytime-Kids 7PM* 31 Storytime-Kids 1030AM*

2 LABOR DAY CLOSED 5 War of 1812 7PM* 7 NY Exceptions 2PM Tech Buddies-Kids 330-430PM* 9 Yoga 7PM* 10 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* 11 TAG-Kids 4PM* 12 Lego Club-Kids 430PM* Feature Film 630PM 13 Feature Film 11AM 14 Sensory Storytime-Kids 1030AM* 16 Gymboree-Kids 1045AM* Minecraft-Kids 3PM* Board Meeting 7PM 17 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Chi Kong 11AM* Pokemon Club-Kids 4PM* 18 Pasta-Kids 4PM* Book Club 7PM 19 War of 1812 7PM* 21 Tai Chi 1015AM* Tech Buddies-Kids 330PM* 23 Gymboree-Kids 1045AM* Medicare 1PM* Yoga 7PM* 24 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Peace Sign-Kids 4PM* Chi Kung 11AM* 25 Cereal-Kids 430PM* Drop in Craft-Kids 7PM 26 Feature Film 630PM 27 Feature Film 11AM 28 Tai Chi 1015AM* YA Film 2PM 30 Gymboree-Kids 1045AM* Big Digs-Kids 430PM* Yoga 7PM*


1 AARP Defensive Driving 1015AM* 2 Tai Chi 1015AM* Laotian Cooking 2PM* 4 Playtime-Kids 1030AM Yoga 7PM* 5 ELECTION DAY CLOSED 6 Parent/Child Workshop-Kids 1045AM* Glowga-Kids 430PM* PJ Storytime-Kids 7PM* 7 Storytime-Kids 1030AM* Feature Film 630PM 8 Feature Film 11AM 9 Tai Chi 1015AM* Sensory Storytime-Kids 3PM* 11 VETERAN’S DAY CLOSED 12 Tales for Tots-Kids 1030AM* Cheesecake-Kids 4PM* 13 Yu-Gi-Oh-Kids 4PM* Tots at Night-Kids 7PM* 14 Blood Drive 130-730PM* 15 President Kennedy 2PM* 16 Medicare 1PM* Tech Buddies-Kids 330PM* 18 Minecraft-Kids 3PM* Library Board Meeting 7PM 19 Tales for Tots-Kids 1030AM* Gettysburg Address 1PM Pokemon-Kids 4PM* 20 TAG-Kids 4PM* Book Club 7PM 21 Lego Club-Kids 430PM* Feature Film 630PM 22 Hunger Games-Kids 4PM* Feature Film 11AM 23 Tech Buddies-Kids 330PM* 25 Corn Print-Kids 430PM* Yoga 7PM* 26 Tales for Tots-Kids 10:30AM* 28 THANKSGIVING CLOSED


1 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Chi Kung 11AM* Pokemon-Kids 4PM* 2 TAG-Kids 4PM* PJ Storytime-Kids 7PM* 3 Storytime-Kids 1030AM* Babysitting-Kids 4PM* Bingo Night-Kids 7PM* 5 Tai Chi 1015AM* Art Reception 1:00PM Tech Buddies-Kids 330PM* 7 Playtime-Kids 1030AM* Yoga 7PM* 8 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Chi Kung 11AM* 9 Parent/Child Workshop-Kids 1045AM* Quilting 115PM* Creative Writing-Kids 4PM* PJ Storytime-Kids 7PM* 10 Storytime-Kids 1030AM* Candy Taste-Kids 430PM* Feature Film 630PM 11 Feature Film 11AM* 12 Defensive Driving 1015AM* 14 COLUMBUS DAY CLOSED 15 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Chi Kung 11AM* 16 Parent/Child Workshop-Kids 1045AM* Creative Writing-Kids 4PM* Horror 7PM* 17 Storytime-Kids 1030AM*


Chapter & Verse Autumn 2013  

Mineola Library's fall 2013 newsletter

Chapter & Verse Autumn 2013  

Mineola Library's fall 2013 newsletter