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Spring 2013

FRIENDS DONATE NEW VIDEO PROJECTOR We are happy to announce that the Friends of the Mineola Library have donated a new video projector for use with library programs. The library uses the video projector for movies, computer power point presentations and for the Tween Space afterschool program. Since the projector is used so much, and our old projector was over six years old, an upgrade was very much needed. Thank you to the Friends for this wonderful gift!

GREETINGS FROM OUR SISTER LIBRARY IN MINEOLA, TEXAS! We recently discovered that we are not the only “Mineola Memorial Library”in the United States. There is another Mineola Memorial Library deep in the heart of Texas! After corresponding back and forth, we and our sister library agreed to exchange materials for a display at both libraries. A display featuring items from the Mineola Library in Texas is now showing in our display case on the first floor. This display will run through the end of March. Meanwhile, a box of items from our library is on its way to Texas and will be featured in a display at their library later this spring.

FILM SERIES Best Films of 2012 Thursdays at 6:30PM and Fridays at 11:00AM

March 7 and 8—Argo. On November 4, 1979, Iranian militants stormed the American embassy inTehran and captured dozens of American hostages, sparking a 444-day ordeal. There’s a little-known footnote to the crisis: six Americans escaped and a midlevel agent named Antonio Mendez devised an ingenious yet incredibly risky plan to rescue them. “Argo is one of the best movies of the year.”--Richard Roeper March 21 and 22—Arbitrage. Robert Miller is a New York hedge-fund magnate who appears to have it all: money, power, a loving wife, and a devoted daughter working by his side. But behind the gilded walls of his mansion, Miller is running on borrowed time, trying to unload his crippled trading company before his frauds are revealed. A deadly error throws Miller’s life into a tailspin, raising the suspicions of a detective and threatening the future of his financial empire. “ moves swiftly and confidently...”--New Yorker April 11 and 12—Anna Karenina. In Tolstoy’s powerful tale of family passions set in Russia in the 1870s, Anna, the young and beautiful wife of a powerful older man, risks more than she can imagine when she runs away with the dashing Count Vronsky. “This is a sumptuous film - extravagantly staged and photographed...”--Roger Ebert April 25 and 26- The Master. A striking portrait of drifters and seekers in post-World War II America, Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master unfolds the journey of a naval veteran who arrives home from war unsettled and uncertain of his future, until he is tantalized by The Cause and its charismatic leader. “...a new American classic.”--Rolling Stone May 9 and 10—Lincoln. A revealing drama that focuses on the 16th president’s tumultuous final months in office. In a nation divided by war and the strong winds of change, Lincoln pursues a course of action designed to end the war, unite the country, and abolish slavery. With the moral courage and fierce determination to succeed, his choices during this critical moment will change the fate of generations to come. “A masterpiece.”--A. O. Scott May 23 and 24—Hyde Park on Hudson. As Great Britain faces an imminent war with Germany, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, invited the King and Queen of England for a weekend at their home in upstate New York. But during the first-ever visit of a reigning British monarch to America, international affairs must be juggled with the complexities of FDR’s domestic establishment, as wife, mother, and mistresses all conspire to make the royal trip an unforgettable one. “Funny, believable, historic and hugely entertaining.”--Rex Reed

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

A Celebration of Irish Dance Saturday, March 2 at 2:00PM The Mineola Library will feature students of The Donny Golden School of Irish Dancing in a sparkling and colorful performance. These multi-talented students will entertain you with their program of traditional Irish step dances accompanied by songs and lively Celtic tunes.

SCORE Employment Workshops 2013 Series* Saturdays: 10:00AM-12:00PM Volunteers from SCORE, a resource partner of the US Small Business Administration (SBA) will give you the help you need, plus free one-on-one counseling at this series of workshops. March 23—Starting and Growing Your Own Business— A program intended for people who want to start their own businesses, as well as existing business owners. Topics will include: the basics of setting up a business, legal structure, tax requirements, marketing financial management, what you need for a business plan and financing a business. April 6—Writing a Business Plan— Suggested attendees: People who already have a small business and others who have taken Course 1. Business Plan Topics: What needs to be included, budgets and cash flow projections, how to use a business plan to get financing and walk through example. April 13—Marketing For Small Businesses— Suggested attendees: People who already have a business and others who have taken Courses 1 and 2. Marketing Topics: Developing a Marketing Plan, performing market research, pricing, advertising and promotion, internet marketing and tracking results.

Employment Workshop: Job Search for Job Seekers 55+* Monday, March 4 at 2:00PM At this workshop, Sari S. Flesch, Department of Health & Human Services, will focus on instructing job seekers age 55+ on developing a resume, how to respond to questions at a job interview, and job search techniques. Defensive Driving Programs: Empire Safety Council Saturday, March 9 at 10:15AM–4:15PM Registration is ongoing for all age drivers--$35.00, payable by check only to Empire Safety Council at the Reference Desk. AARP Friday, April 5 at 10:15AM-4:15PM Registration, $17.00 for AARP members, $19.00 for all others by check, only payable to AARP, will begin Monday, March 4 at the Reference Desk. Chi Kung (Qigong) Meditation—Seven Session Program* Tuesdays at 11:00AM-12:00PM: March 12, 19, 26; April 2, 9, 16, 23 Chi Kung is recognized worldwide as a foundation of healing—physically mentally, emotionally and spiritually— easy to learn, always enjoyable!

Lecture: Online Introductions: The New Blind Date* Saturday, March 23 at 2:00PM-3:30PM Constance Hallinan Lagan will cover social networking in this new age of Online Introductions. Special Needs Planning Workshop* Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00PM Join Marie Cantone of Family Financial Services, at this workshop which is designed for families with children (regardless of their age) with special needs. Topics will include: Letter of Intent; Government Benefits; Guardianship; Wills, Health Care Proxies, etc.; and, Special Needs Trusts.

Art Lecture—Grandma Moses: Independent Person & Equality for the Sexes* Thursday, March 14 at 7:00PM An independent worker at the age of 12 and in favor of women’s suffrage, Anna Mary Robertson Moses began to study art at the age of 75 and became a well-known artist one year later. Celebrate the History of American Women as you Join Emilia Roberto Baer’s program on Grandma Moses.

Lecture: Introduction to the Bagpipes* Thursday, March 28 at 7:30PM Andrew McInnes of Clan MacDuff of Long Island along with The Gordon Highlanders Pipe Band will introduce you to the bagpipes in this lecture and demonstration. 2

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Adult Programs (Continued from Page 2) Lecture: Dressing a Window* Friday, April 12 at 1:15PM Lauren Spielholz, Certified Interior Designer, will help you to enhance the beauty of your home by becoming educated on how to decoratively dress your windows while staying within your budget.

Hiking Long Island in the Spring* Monday, April 22 at 7:00PM Discover the hiking opportunities on Long Island with Lee McAllister. A naturalist and author, Mr. 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.

Art Lecture: Children Having Fun as Seen by Major Artists* Thursday, April 18 at 7:00PM In this PowerPoint presentation significant art movements including Impressionism, Social Realism, Cubism, and Folk Art are presented. Artists included are Renoir, Picasso, Matisse, Norman Rockwell, Grandma Moses, and Jacob Lawrence. Childhood is a time of excitement, exploration, discovery, freedom, play, and fun. These inspired artists capture this spirit. Join Evelyn Silver, Docent, MCMA, to laugh, learn, and leave this entertaining program smiling!

Concert: Eranga & Prianga Songs of Sri Lanka and Around the World Saturday, May 4 at 2:00PM Natives of Sri Lanka, this singing duo blends rich, vibrant tones in a program of international songs and stories from their homeland and travels. Hear love songs from Sri Lanka, Africa, and Hawaii, Greek folk songs, traditional Hebrew and Yiddish melodies including some calypso favorites, and more.

Laurel and Hardy: Comic Greats* Saturday, April 20 at 1:00PM Larry Wolff will present a special film appearance of Stan and Ollie, the world’s most popular comedy team, in some of their funniest short subjects—Two Tars (a silent classic), Brats (a double dose of Laurel and Hardy) and their Academy Award winning, The Music Box. In addition, enjoy a lecture and viewing of their memorabilia. Bring your fez and be prepared for an afternoon of laughs and fun.

Beginner Mah Jongg: Three Saturday Sessions at 10:30AM12:00PM on May 4, 11, 18* Learn to play Mah Jongg, a game that has fascinated people for so many years with its strategies, sequences, and combinations. This class will introduce you to the tiles, sticks, and basic moves of this ancient game. An Afternoon with Sheri Miller Saturday, May 18 at 2:00PM Singer and songwriter, who accompanies herself on both guitar and piano, Sheri Miller will entertain you with her newly released song, I Could Love you Still, featuring Will Lee, Paul Shaffer and Steve Cropper. Enjoy the Beatles, Patsy Cline covers and many more familiar songs.

iPad, iPhone, iTouch Basics* Saturday, April 20 at 10:15AM-12:15PM Learn all the basics on how to use your iPad, iPhone and iTouch devices by Sharper Training Solutions instructors. Bring your iPad if you have one. Kindle, Kindle Fire Basics* Saturday, April 27 at 10:15-12:15PM Get started with your Kindle and Kindle Fire! Sharper Training Solutions instructors will instruct you on how to use them. Bring your Kindle or Kindle Fire and your questions.

Art Lecture: Art of the Islamic World* Thursday, May 30 at 7:00PM Islamic art is often vibrant and distinctive. Art Educator, Ines Powell will take you on a fascinating journey through the beauty of the Arts of the Islamic World. Presented in conjunction with the American Library Association’s “Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys” Grant.

Poetry Workshops* Poems of Inspiration—Wednesday, April 24 at 7:00PM Narrative Poems—Wednesday, May 8 at 7:00PM Experience the joy of poetry with writer Linda Napoli who will share the structure and beauty of poems in these two areas of the genre. If you are a novice or an expert, you are welcome! 3

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• All programs require advance sign-up (unless otherwise indicated). Unless

• Registered participants must be present when the program is scheduled to

indicated, walk-ins are not permitted. • To sign up you must have a valid Mineola Library card (patrons with cards from other libraries will be put on a waitlist). Sign-up may be done in person, by phone or e-mail ( Please have your card handy when signing up for programs.

begin. After 5 minutes, your child’s spot may be given to someone on the waiting list. • Programs may be cancelled due to low sign-up.

Spring Drop-In Play Group Mondays: April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6 at 11-12PM Ages 4 mos. to 3 ½ yrs. (with caregiver) No Sign-Up Required Meet your friends and neighbors at this informal (not run by a librarian) play group. Toys will be provided.

Know of a great book you read and want to share it with other avid readers? Talk about any book, get recommendations from other readers, and learn about great authors and titles you may not have heard of yet! Get free food and drinks. Get your friends to sign up, too. *Food used in this program may contain allergens.

Storycrafters Both Storycrafters sessions begin the week of April 1 and end the week of May 6 Ages 2 ½ to kindergarten (with caregiver) Sign-up for both begins Monday, March 18 Storycrafters: Thursdays at 10:30AM Pajama Storycrafters: Wednesdays at 7:00PM Join us for exciting stories, favorite songs, and simple crafts.

Robotics Tuesday, March 12 at 3:30PM-5:00PM Gr. 5-12 Sign-up begins Monday, February 25 2 X-treme Entertainment will show you how to build and go home with your own mechanical, solar-powered robot! St. Patrick’s Day Tie Wednesday, March 13 at 4:30PM5:00PM Ages 2-K (with caregiver) Sign-up begins Monday, February 25 Decorate a fun St. Patrick’s Day tie for yourself or for someone else!

Adopt-a-Shelf Volunteer Program Runs throughout the year Entering 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-a-shelf ” 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.

Bunnies, Bunnies, Bunnies! Two Sessions: Thursday, March 14 at 4:30PM-5:15PM (Ages 2-5 yrs. with caregiver) Thursday, March 14 at 5:30PM-6:15PM (Kindergarten and up) Sign up for both sessions begins Monday, February 25 Instructor Judy Wilson will let children learn about, hold, and pet real, live, baby bunnies!

Tween/Teen Advisory Group Volunteers Wednesdays, March 6, April 10, May 15 @ 4:00PM5:00PM 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.

Junior Chefs: St. Patrick’s Day Pretzels Friday, March 15 at 4:30-5:00PM Gr. 3 & up Sign-up begins Monday, February 25 Decorate a delicious soft-baked pretzel with icing, green sugar, and green sprinkles! *Food used in this program may contain allergens.

Book and Cook Mondays, March 4, April 8, May 6 at 7:00PM Gr. 8-12 Sign-up begins Monday, February 4 at the Reference Desk


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Youth Programs (Continued from Page 4) Comics Club

Junior Chefs: Dessert Pizza Wednesday, April 3 at 4:30PM-5:00PM Gr. 3 and up Sign-up begins Monday, March 18 Make a dessert “pizza” with a cookie crust and sweet toppings! *Food used in this program may contain allergens.

Monday, March 18 @ 4:30PM-5:00PM – Bone by Jeff Smith Monday, April 29 @ 4:30PM-5:00PM – Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce Monday, May 13 @ 4:30PM-5:00PM – Squish by Jennifer L. Holm & Matthew Holm Gr. 3 & up Open registration Join our Comics Club by picking up a comic book or graphic novel at the Children’s Desk. Each month, we will talk about a different comic book, make a craft, and give away a raffle prize!

Flight Sim Tournament Thursday, April 4 at 4:30-6:00PM Gr. 5 and up Sign-up begins Monday, March 18 2 X-treme Entertainment lets players go head-to-head using flight controls to take to the skies for all out action!

Pokemon Club Tuesdays, March 19, April 16, May 14 @ 4:00PM-5:00PM Gr. 3 and up Sign-up begins Monday, March 4 Watch a Pokemon episode; make a Pokemon craft; meet other Pokemon fans and trade cards or battle Pokemon with them on your Nintendo DS. Also, get a chance to win a monthly Pokemon raffle prize!

Baby Sign Language 2 Tuesdays at 10:30AM: April 16, April 23, April 30, May 7 Ages birth and up with adult Sign-up begins Tuesday, April 2 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.

Baby Sign Language 1 Tuesdays at 10:30AM, March 19, March 26, April 2, April 9 Ages birth and up with adult Sign-up begins Tuesday, March 5 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.

Basketball Hoops Thursday, April 18 at 4:30PM-5:00PM Gr. 1 and up Sign-up begins Monday, April 1 Decorate your own basketball backboard and hoop with net; hang it on your wall!

Lego Club Wednesdays: March 27, April 24, and May 1 at 4:30PM Kindergarten and up Sign-up for all three sessions begins Monday, March 11 Create unique structures and meet other Lego enthusiasts!

Nature Jar Monday, April 22 at 4:30PM-5:00PM Ages 2-K (with a caregiver) Sign-up begins Monday, April 8 Decorate your own nature jar and use it for all sorts of treasures you find outdoors!

Bunny & Bird Picture Frame Kindergarten and up Wednesday, March 20 at 4:30PM5:00PM Sign-up begins Monday, March 4 Decorate a cute picture frame with a bunny and a bird on it!

Gymboree Play & Music Wednesdays: April 17, April 24, May 1 at 11:00AM12:00PM Ages 16 mos.-5 yrs. Sign-up begins Monday, April 1 Join Gymboree for circle time, movement, and music with bells and shakers! 5

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Youth Programs (Continued from Page 5) Gymboree: Just Babies Wednesday, May 1 at 12:30PM-1:30PM Ages 0-7 months Sign-up begins Monday, April 15 Join Gymboree for baby massage, lullabies, and tummy time!

Tales for Tots Tuesdays at 10:30AM: May 14, May 21, May 28 Ages 13 – 29 months with adult Sign-up begins Tuesday, April 30 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.

Mexican Chips ‘N’ Dip Thursday, May 2 at 4:30PM-5:30PM Gr. 1 and up Sign-up begins Monday, April 15 Julie Reilly of Chefs of D’Future will show you how to make homemade salsa or guacamole with nachos for Cinco de Mayo! *Food used in this program may contain allergens.

Spring Drop-In Craft Wednesday, May 15 at 7:00PM-8:00PM All ages No sign-up required. Take and make a small craft chosen from a variety of crafts in the Children’s Room!

Free Comic Book Day Saturday, May 4 at 10:00AM-5:00PM Stop by the Children’s Room to pick up a free comic book, and then get even more free comics at your local comic book store!

Mineola Minute-To-Win-It! Thursday, May 16 at 4:30PM-5:15PM Gr. 3 and up Sign-up begins Monday, April 29 Complete one-minute challenges for prizes in this fun competition!

Mother’s Day Change Purse Tuesday, May 7 at 4:30PM-5:00PM Ages 2-K (with a caregiver) Sign-up begins Monday, April 22 Color and decorate a change purse for Mother’s Day! Mother’s Day Sandal Picture Frame Wednesday, May 8 at 4:30PM5:00PM Gr. 1 and up Sign-up begins Monday, April 22 Design your own picture frame in the shape of a sandal for Mother’s Day!

Book Discussion Group Wednesdays at 7:00PM March 20 – In the Country of Men by Hisham Matar*

Mommy & Me Breakfast Saturday, May 11 at 11:00AM-12:00PM Ages 2-K (with a caregiver) Sign-up begins Monday, April 29 Have a yummy breakfast for Mother’s Day with pancakes and sweet toppings!

April 17 – The Monster of Florence by Douglas Preston May 22 – 1916 by Morgan Llywelyn *Presented in conjunction with the American Library Association’s Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys grant.


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The Walter & Joan Hobbs Art Gallery: Artists’ Shows and Receptions

The Mineola Library is a proud recipient of the latest “Bridging Cultures” bookshelf grant from the American Library Association. Through this “bookshelf ” program, ALA awards a full bookshelf of 25 books and DVD’s to libraries across the country. Each “Bridging Cultures” bookshelf focuses on the immigration experience and history of a segment of American citizens. This year’s bookshelf is entitled Muslim Journeys, and focuses the struggle and history of Americans who emigrated from certain countries of the Middle East, including: Syria, Iran, Libya, Turkey and Lebanon. Books featured in the grant include classics such as The Arabian Nights, and modern bestsellers such as Snow by Orhan Pamuk, and Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. In addition, the Mineola Library will feature two upcoming programs on the subject. On March 20, our Book Discussion group will meet at 7pm to discuss the novel In the Country of Men by Hisham Matar. This book takes place in Libya in 1979 and tells the story of a family fleeing the oppressive Qaddafi regime. Our second program will be on Thursday May 30 at 7pm. On that evening we welcome renowned art historian Ines Powell as she presents “Art of the Islamic World”. Ms. Powell will take us on a journey through some of the art and artifacts featured in the recently renovated Islamic Arts galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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. March 2013 John Michaels – A photographer who works with the theme of “common objects.” Reception – Saturday, March 16, at 1:00PM-3:00PM.

April 2013 Nassau Art League – Roseanne Kaloustian, Vivian Hershfield, and Nancy Wernersbach, artists who work with oils, pastels, and watercolors. Reception – Saturday, April 6, at 2:00PM-4:00PM.

May 2013 Jo Anne Raskin – A photographer who works with color and black & white photos, with the theme of military K-9 heroes and their handlers. Reception – Saturday, May 11, at 1:00PM-3:00PM.

APPEAL TO LOCAL ARTISTS Local resident artists who work in oils, watercolors, graphic arts and photography are invited to apply for a one month showing of their works at the Mineola Library in 2014-2015. The Walter and Joan Hobbs Art gallery at the Mineola Library is one of the truly public free art spaces in our community. Every person who enters the library will view your work because it will exhibit in our open gallery, not in a locked, inaccessible room. We also offer you the opportunity to hold an artist’s reception in the same space. There is no fee of any kind for exhibit artwork. Please call Mary Parker at the library at 7468488 in order to set up an appointment to review your work.

LIBRARY HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday


Scott Strauss, Mayor

Paul Pereira Lawrence Werther

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE The Library will be closed on:


Terence Timlin, President Laura Kern Russ Sutherland

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

Michael Vezzi Mary Anne Warnecke

Saturday, May 25, 2013 – Memorial Day Weekend Monday, May 27, 2013 – Memorial Day

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


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Events Calendar - Spring 2013 *Pre-Registration Required


19 Storytime-Kids 1030AM* 20 iPad, iPhone Basics 1015-1215PM* Laurel & Hardy 1PM* 22 Playtime-Kids 11AM-12PM Nature Jar-Kids 430-5PM* Hiking LI 7PM* 23 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Meditation 11AM-12PM* 24 Gymboree-Kids 11AM-12PM* LEGO Club-Kids 430-515PM* Pajama Storycrafters-Kids 7PM* 25 Storycrafters-Kids 1030AM* Feature Film 630PM 26 Feature Film 11AM 27 Kindle Basics 1015AM-1215PM* 29 Playtime-Kids 11AM-12PM Comics Club 430PM* 30 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM*

2 Irish Dance 2PM 4 Employment Workshop 2PM* 6 TAG-Kids 4PM* 7 Feature Film 630PM 8 Feature Film 11AM 9 Defensive Driving 1015-415PM* 12 Meditation 11AM-12PM* Robotics-Kids/Teens 330-5PM* Baby Lapsit-Kids 10:30AM* 13 St. Pat’s Tie Craft-Kids 430-5PM* 14 Bunnies-Kids 430-515PM* Bunnies-Kids 530-615PM* Art Lecture 7PM* 15 St. Pat’s Pretzels-Kids 4:30-5PM* 16 Art Reception 1-3PM 18 Comics Club 430PM* Library Board Meeting 7PM 19 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Meditation 11AM-12PM* Pokemon-Kids 4-5PM* 20 Picture Frame-Kids 430PM* Book Discussion 7PM 21 Feature Film 630PM 22 Feature Film 11AM 23 Employment Workshop 10AM-12PM* Lecture: Online 2-330PM* 26 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Meditation 11AM-12PM* 27 LEGO Club-Kids 430-515PM* Special Needs 7PM* 28 Lecture & Demo-Bagpipes 730PM*


1 Gymboree-Kids 11AM-12PM* Baby Gymboree-Babies 1230-130PM* LEGO Club-Kids 430-515PM* 2 Storycrafters-Kids 1030AM* Jr. Chefs-Kids 430-530PM* 4 Mah Jongg 1030AM-12PM* Concert 2PM 6 Playtime-Kids 11AM-12PM 7 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Change Purse-Kids 430PM* 8 Sandal Frame-Kids 430PM* Pajama Storycrafters-Kids 7PM* Poetry Workshop 7PM* 9 Storycrafters-Kids 1030AM* Feature Film 630PM 10 Feature Film 11AM 11 Mah Jongg 1030AM-12PM* Breakfast-Kids 11AM-12PM* Art Reception 1-3PM 13 Comics Club 430PM* 14 Tales for Tots-Kids 1030AM* Pokemon Club-Kids 4PM* 15 TAG-Kids 4PM* Drop-In Craft-Kids 7-8PM 16 Minute to Win It-Kids 430-515PM* 18 Sheri Miller 2PM 20 Library Board Meeting 7PM 21 Tales for Tots-Kids 1030AM* 22 Book Discussion 7PM 23 Feature Film 630PM 24 Feature Film 11AM 25 Memorial Day Weekend CLOSED 27 Memorial Day CLOSED 28 Tales for Tots-Kids 1030AM* 30 Art Lecture 7PM*

April 1 Playtime-Kids 11AM-12PM 2 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Meditation 11AM-12PM* 3 Dessert Pizza-Kids 430-5PM* Pajama Storycrafters-Kids 7PM* 4 Storycrafters-Kids 1030AM* Game Tournament-Kids 430-6PM* 5 AARP 1015AM-415PM* 6 Employment Workshop 10AM-12PM* Art Reception 2-4PM* 8 Playtime-Kids 11AM 9 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Meditation 11AM-12PM* 10 TAG-Kids 4PM* Pajama Storycrafters-Kids 7PM* 11 Storycrafters-Kids 1030AM* Feature Film 630PM 12 Feature Film 11AM Lecture: Windowdressing 115PM 13 Employment Workshop 10AM-12PM* 15 Playtime-Kids 11AM-12PM Library Board Meeting 7PM 16 Baby Sign-Kids 1030AM* Meditation 11AM-12PM* Pokemon-Kids 4-5PM* 17 Gymboree-Kids 11AM-12PM* Pajama Storycrafters-Kids 7PM* Book Discussion 7PM 18 Storycrafters-Kids 1030AM* Basketball Craft-Kids 430PM* Art Lecture 7PM*


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Mineola Memorial Library's 2013 Spring Newsletter

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